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#7545 23-Apr-2006 01:33
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hi! i'm a user peruvian, please helpme, i have a pocket hp1940, I was sailing by the system of pocket and found a file called bootmode-exe, I opened it and appeared in the screen the HP logo and above I number 1,07, please, it wanted to know that it is what I can do now, I am very sad.

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#33685 23-Apr-2006 09:39
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Welcome to Geekzone. Have you tried a simple soft reset (poking the reset hole with a paper clip)? If this does not work then you might have to perform a hard reset.





 

 

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#33703 23-Apr-2006 13:52
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Thanks to respond, already try to do reset, but equal it appears the screen of white color, I even did a HARD RESET, tightening the button of reset with the ignition button, but equal it leaves that in the screen, apparently that program left it thus, but since I can do now so that it does not leave.
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#33719 23-Apr-2006 16:32
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It might exist another way of taking this Pocket PC out of the bootloader mode, but I think you have to send this back to HP for repair.





 

 

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