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Water damage Hi there very disappontingly I got my jornada 928 damp whilst out bush walking. I had it in the non waterproof part of my pack. It still shows some sign of lifeand gets to the hp invent sign and sometimes to the startup screen for the machine . But it always fails once i try to get past the first screen. At the moment it is sitting in the cradle and periodicly fires up to the white scren and the timeing circle or the tap the scrre screen. Is there anyway to resussitate it thanks in advance

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It is probably permanently damaged now. In general with electronic devices if you get them really-really dry before turning them on then a little clean water doesn't hurt. These never really turn completely off though so just getting them wet might be the end.

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