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Sna
Hi
I've a little problem with my C760 running PdaXRom
When i'm on battery, no problem, the Zaurus responds flawlessly
but when i plug the AC cord, my keyboad seems to be mad, when i press a key once, it write 3 characters. when i keep a key pressed, the repeat stop after a little time. And some times, it event write characters without pressing any key

I first think that was a pdaxrom problem, but yesterday i flash my rom, and in the OK menu, the problem is the same, it seems then it is a hardware problem, but i don't have any idea how to avoid this :/

Anybody have the same problem?
speculatrix
QUOTE(Sna @ Mar 4 2005, 08:05 AM)
When i'm on battery, no problem, the Zaurus responds flawlessly
but when i plug the AC cord, my keyboad seems to be mad, when i press a key once, it write 3 characters. when i keep a key pressed, the repeat stop after a little time. And some times, it


might be a bad power supply, putting lots of noise on the power rails which is causing it to mis-read the keyboard?

does it happen with a sync/charger cable?
Sna
maybe it is the problem
i've still the first charger of my C700, a 110V charger on a 220V network
not the best idea maybe
i'll order a new charger next week, i hope this can save me smile.gif
speculatrix
QUOTE(Sna @ Mar 5 2005, 12:03 AM)
maybe it is the problem
i've still the first charger of my C700, a 110V charger on a 220V network
not the best idea maybe
i'll order a new charger next week, i hope this can save me smile.gif
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did this help?
Sna
I have no time to order for now, but i keep you informed smile.gif
Sna
I've just received my new AC Adapter, no more problems
the solution was the best smile.gif thanks a lot
speculatrix
QUOTE(Sna @ Apr 29 2005, 07:06 AM)
I've just received my new AC Adapter, no more problems
the solution was the best smile.gif thanks a lot
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thanks for letting us know.

it seems that Sharp need to learn a lesson or two from Sony about power management. Z's are way too easy to blow up with bad power, so you were lucky!
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