__/ [Meindert Sprang] on Wednesday 07 September 2005 06:02 \__
> "Jeff Fox" <fox2319@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I was removing my contacts and calender details from my Tungsten T,
>> I'd finish off with a soft reset.
That's not necessary. Resets are used in operating systems that leak memory
or spawn unnecessary tasks (see signature, 13 days up and still as 'fresh'
> Only problem is, it now appears to be
>> stuck in a soft reset loop. Anybody got any advice on what I can do to
>> fix this or find out if it's a terminal problem?
> Tried a hard reset (press reset while pressing and holding the up
I would second that. Failing that, consider hard-reset with data loss, which
is almost guaranteed to fix your problem.
Hope it helps,
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