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Ipaq Pda

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#1 donga11


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Posted 08 April 2008 - 01:52 PM

Hi all. my pda has messed up. it did connect to my internet at home via my linksys router but the battery went flat and i had to reset it all. I cant seem to get on line again with it. it is seeing my router and the internet icon is going from amber to green indicating that it is seeing it all but it wont surf and the pages are timing out. i have looked in the connection settings where it says wep, wpa etc and i have changed them all about but still no use. the network key is is known to me but it already has a number of stars in there indicating a password/network key. i have tried to delete it and re-enter my known key but it still wont work. any help would be great.

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#2 joester


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Posted 17 July 2009 - 11:48 AM

I have a couple HX2795's.

If your icon is going green, then it's connecting and is being assigned (unless you have programmed a dedicated) IP address.

The only way I've found to reset passwords is to delete the profile stored in the Settings page and create a new profile.
I suppose the profile could have been corrupted depending on what was "running" when the battery petered out. Keep in mind that switching it off (screen goes blank) does NOT mean the PPC is actually off. Programs are still running.

Common sense to some is the higher education others strive to attain.

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