|Post 1 made on Monday March 2, 2009 at 07:16|
I searched and found some info but no answers... I have been using an IPronto for approx 3 weeks and things were going well until last night. I have lost the touchscreen calibration. It is so far off that I can not push the calibrate button to attempt to correct the issue.
Is there any way to force a calibration during startup.
What I have tried is a reset
a reload of the firmware with the default icf
any thing else to try?
|Post 2 made on Thursday March 19, 2009 at 22:48|
Thats pretty much the routine I usually inform people of.
- Reboot the iPronto.
- Reload the Firmware.
- Re-download the icf.
Have you searched this forum, I know this has been covered a few times.
|OP | Post 3 made on Sunday March 29, 2009 at 08:22|
Well I have recently downloaded the latest firmware (tried to do it yesterday again but the server seems to be down)
Used the method that forces the recreation of the 5 partitions
loaded the default ICF
and no luck.
the only "solution" I found via the search was to wait for the internal system battery to die so you do an initial setup.
The solution I opted for was to purchase another IPronto that was missing most of its accessories and use that
I plan on looking inside the broken one just for fun
|Post 4 made on Sunday March 29, 2009 at 08:32|
What do you meant by internal system battery? Just slide off the battery cover and unplug the main battery and you should be set. There is no other battery that I know of in the IPronto.
|OP | Post 5 made on Sunday March 29, 2009 at 08:50|
I have disconnected the main battery... but the system time is still staying correct. I am waiting for whatever is keeping that time correct to give out so I can sort of start from scratch
|Post 6 made on Sunday March 29, 2009 at 23:25|
Wrangler of Remotes
Could be a rechargeable or button cell battery, which means you could be waiting for years.
|Post 7 made on Monday March 30, 2009 at 17:15 |
My IPronto's have never kept time with the main battery disconnected. I think another thread has pictures of an IPronto taken apart. See if you see any battery in it.
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