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Rama

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#3878 16-Apr-2005 12:59
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The T3 is great. . . when it works, but both a friend and I have experienced our T3's reset themselves upon docking. He does it upon using the standard dock and mine happens with a portable docking station on a USB. It happens intermittently though mine had recently been doing it very often. Last Monday, it wiped out most of my appointments and crashed such that I had to use Freitasm's advice to do a hard reboot to get it running (which I would have caught if I'd read my manual!). It had locked up to the point that I was going back to my Palm Vx. My question is how do I and my friend stop our T3's from resetting themselves upon docking?

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craigbov
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  #14263 20-Apr-2005 10:12
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I had a similar issue when i first had my T3, after hard resetting and building a new image several times i figured out it was a piece of software i had ket from my old palm running OS3 that for some reason of another had issues with the T3's OS 5.
Hope it helps.

Rama

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  #14264 20-Apr-2005 10:44
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That sounds correct for both of us since we both used Palm Vx's before the T3. I had a tough time deleting the keyboard program that accidentally went into the T3.

Any idea how to verify which programs work well with the V5 series OS? I suppose I could start by finding the updates for all my programs on the web or deleting them if I don't need them. While the Palm can tell you which programs and the version of the OS are installed, it doesn't specify which ones 'play well' together.

 
 
 
 


craigbov
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  #14275 20-Apr-2005 16:16
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I'm afraid its just a case of trial and error!!

avibo
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  #14336 22-Apr-2005 22:00
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I had the same experience after installing the WiFi software. The T3 behaves so strange (resets itself on the cradle, when an alarm goes off, when I use the built in recorder etc.)

The only solution is to hard reset and use a backup software to restore everything (I use the free CardBkup which is simple but safe) the whole process takes only a few minutes).

As a result I only install the Wifi software when I need it and reset everything when I finish.
Unfortunately Palm do not offer any solution !!

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