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Pocket PC 2002 Self-test on iPAQ 3630

've just successfully upgraded an iPAQ H3630 from Pocket PC 2000 to 2002, including the suggested BIOS update for the new OS afterwards. The problem is that the Self-test utility is now missing for some reason. The "Special Features" upgrade manual which came with the CD clearly states, in the middle of Page 4 under the heading "Diagnose Problems" that you should be able to find the Self-test under the iTask section ("Tap the iPAQ Task icon, then Tap Self-test"), but no such feature exists, at least that I can discover. If anybody knows where the Self-test may be hiding (obviously not where the manual says it is) please pass along the secret location. Thanks.

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Have you looked into the Start-Settings-Systems and look for a Self-Test icon ? Normally Self-Test program reside there if it's on the Ipaq!

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