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Post 3 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 14:24
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August 2004
On 08/17/04 09:00 ET, bassfiend said...
Not everyone's iProntos crash - mine has been
absolutely rock solid for the last couple of months
now. The first place to start is to ensure that
you have the latest firmware installed on your
iPronto - that sorted any locking up that I was

It only started with the latest firmware.
I believe that there is still a locking up issue
that Philips are still working on which (if I
understand correctly) is due to a problem between
the PCMCIA WiFi card and the iPronto when in sleep
mode but it doesn't seem to affect all iProntos
- hopefully Philips will have a fix for this soon.

I hope so, really can't use the remote because as soon as it goes to sleep within 10 minutes it will crash. I may try another WiFi card, it may not even boot though. I tried running it without the Wifi altogether but it would not boot. I had a feeling it was to do with Wifi that's why I tried without it.



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