Re: [NTLK] 'this unit requires immediate repair...

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Wed Apr 26 2006 - 09:01:43 EDT

A search of the archives for "factory calibration" did produce some
interesting reading and leads (seems that Paul Guyot was working on
this a few years ago).
Seems that most were able to use Newton without problem but not
charge batteries, believed to be a hardware problem.

to delete all patches and brainwipe see Stephanie's hardware hacks.
be sure to read warning


On Apr 26, 2006, at 2:52 AM, simon wrote:

> the factory calibration has been lost. it will not charge batteries
> until this problem is corrected'
> is the message that my 2000 is showing me every time i turn it on. it
> has been doing this for the last couple of years, but the battery is
> charging fine. It all happened after a huge system crash when i was
> testing two internet browsers at the same time, (newtscape and
> anothe i
> forgot)
> i think a bit is set wrong somewhere and it could easily be corrected
> if i just new where to look..
> and btw, a full reset, clean whipe, cold reset, warm reset and over
> week without power did'nt help, so it is somewhere in flash i think...
> any ideas?
> --
> met vriendelijke groet
> Simon Claessen

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