__/ [Rolf Marvin Bøe Lindgren] on Saturday 24 December 2005 11:02 \__
> Rolf Marvin Bøe Lindgren <roffe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> my newly aquired LifeDrife sort of froze - so I did a reset, and now
>> when I start it it never gets past the splash screen.
> suddenly I was able to do a hard reset. and as a bonus, it suddenly is
> able to connect to our wireless network and not just our neighbor's.
It's a Christmas miracle! *smile*
> but why did the mp3 files survive the reset, and neither the downloaded
> apps, Office documents, or images? what's the use of the hard drive if
> it doesn't store anything?
A hard reset with data loss, I presume. A soft reset if usually the better
solution. It is also worthwhile to back up your data and installed programs
regularly. Restoration is then just a snap.
Enjoy the holiday,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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