[NTLK] MP2100 error message -- internal memory full??
woodysmith at me.com
Thu May 10 18:25:14 EDT 2012
You should be able to restart with stylus pressure at edge of display
and choose not to load internal applications.
Do Backup to card.
I have found that netscape cache can use a lot of room.
Is it a heap issue?
On May 10, 2012, at 4:21 PM, Lord Groundhog wrote:
> If anyone can help with this I’d be grateful.
> I’m away from home for an extended time due to an emergency. The
> worse news
> is that Newt has chosen NOW to have a problem. I have a MP2100.
> When I try to do something with Newt I get an error message telling
> me that
> either my internal memory or mydata storage card is almost full. It
> shouldn’t be the data card because there’s still about 15MB free on
> it, but
> the internal store shows only 152KB is still free. I didn’t see this
> Let’s see if I can give some useful preliminary information.
> I can’t find any sign of what is taking up all that space all of a
> sudden so
> I don’t know what to do about it. I’ve looked at all my soups and
> shows anything like enough to take up serious space. When I add up
> numbers I don’t get even quarter-way to the amount of space that’s
> to be used up.
> I have no idea how to check what kind of space is used by
> applications but
> this hasn’t changed in the last few years so I don’t know why it would
> suddenly make a difference now.
> I left home in a hurry: not only didn’t I back upbefore I left but
> I also
> forgot to bring my Keyspan with me so I can’t even back up now.
> the amount of writing I did on the plane and in the last week all
> this makes
> me nervous.
> It also doesn’t help that all the details for this trip and my
> are on Newt (where else?)
> Diagnosis and suggestions and any other soothing words of wisdom and
> (including “There, there, it’ll be alright”) are most welcome!
> Some way to
> salvage the situation and my peace of mind until I return home also
> will be
> gratefully received!
> ~~~ ~~~ ~~~
> “Any sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from a Newton.”
> -- ref.: Arthur C. Clarke
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