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> Hard reset does not work
Flowmoon
post Dec 19 2003, 06:14 PM
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OK, I want to reset my Z to factory settings because of lots of problems which I cannot solve (eg: the USB cradle connection is gone, the CF card is lost during a few seconds after each suspend, my new SD card does not mount etc etc) -but now the hard reset does not work either! sad.gif
After pressing the reset button in the battery compartment the Z reboots all right but everyting is still in place afterwards: time and installed applications, but also all problems.

Is there another way to restore the Z to factory settings? Eg, what does this "format" option in the maintenance menu do, would it help to use that?
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Greg2
post Dec 19 2003, 06:31 PM
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Is there another way to restore the Z to factory settings? Eg, what does this "format" option in the maintenance menu do, would it help to use that?


The format option should restore it for you

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Flowmoon
post Dec 19 2003, 06:52 PM
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yippee... it worked! I got a clean system back, and my SD card mounted bright and shining! Thanks Greg2, now I can start working on the other problems I was struggling with.
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post Sep 21 2005, 07:42 PM
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How do you get to the maintenance menu so that you can format as my reset does not work either.
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