on 27/06/02 06:08, Matthew J Robinson at mjrobinson_at_genuity.net wrote:
> Hi all,
> This morning after a reset of my newton it wouldn't come back. Screen just
> flashed at me. A memory-wipe-boot brought it back. Should I be worried that
> something is wrong or have I just crashed it in a new and exciting way?
For some reason, your Newton thought there was not enough power to come
back. That's what I think did happen. I've read many times about those cases
where the Newton seems to fall in some coma. Sometimes, you just activate
the hard reset procedure but when ask if you really want to erase the
internal memory, you just tap "No". The Newton will be awake and you won't
have to restore from your latest backup...
I also read that in some cases this didn't work and the Newton needed the
full hard reset...
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