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Wannabe Geek


# 5102 28-Sep-2005 19:21
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after the rom update i see the first screen (like after hard reset screen) and then stuck at the screen that says 'hp mobile printing' "tab anywhere to continue".
then i make tab at screen but stuck there one night. after i make hard reset and nothing again.Why?
the old version at my pocket pc was v.1.00 and the new says v.1.10!
a go to hp site and saw:
NOW I SAW THAT I MADE AN UPDATE FROM THE 1940 ROM.

HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1940 Series ROM Update ยป1.10

WHAT I HAVE TO DO NOW? HOW CAN I FIX IT?

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Wannabe Geek


  # 20853 30-Sep-2005 20:07
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i will try and explain how to do it step by step
go to boot loader secret menu by entering the 4 buttons the power and the reset all togeter!
then go to make:
firstly press start on your desk top then run then type in regedit
In HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ROMUpdateUtility\HB20
1) create a dword key called "ByPassBootloaderCheck" with the value 1
2) create string a key called UpdateFile, with the value
"C:\iPAQ\SP26263\H2B11020uo.nbf" (or whatever your rom file name).
then locate the file called H2B11020uo.nbf its in your rom update folder run your rom update program
now hopefully active sync will be bypassed and the wrong product id will also be bypassed and your rom should flash

the rom v.1.10 for 1945 is disaster dont make an update to that!
THE FIRST AND BEST ROM FOR IPAQ 1945 IS VERSION 1.00!!!!

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