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    I can do a hard reset and have 11MB of memory left. After a day or two of use I am back down to 9MB without adding any programs. Where does this memory go and how do I get it back? Please let me know if you have any information on this. Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2bum
    Where does this memory go and how do I get it back?
    Haggar is walking around the interstate in his bathrobe wondering the same thing.
    Freedom of some speech in the US, through someone in the UK.
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    I noticed a related problem ("issue"):

    I had the continuous reset loop after installing a freeware program
    ("JustChart" (See: http://www.freewarepalm.com/financial/justchart.shtml)
    if you must know)

    I hard reset and restored using NVBackup and the Storage Heap (Flash) is
    now at 11 MB. Before the unfortunate incident it was at 4.2 MB.

    Needless to say all my programs work just fine, no problems with serial numbers
    or lost Phone Logs, SMS or Versamail messages...

    Yeah, the media pix are gone.
    Game over!
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    You do a hard reset and without adding programs, you have only 11mb? Something isn't right. You should have about 20-22 after a hard reset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gapost
    You do a hard reset and without adding programs, you have only 11mb? Something isn't right. You should have about 20-22 after a hard reset.
    No, No, AFTER restoring ALL my software (and that includes some real
    heavy stuff, some 20 of 'em AND a sprinkling of smaller utilities)...

    - mvk
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2bum
    I can do a hard reset and have 11MB of memory left. After a day or two of use I am back down to 9MB without adding any programs. Where does this memory go and how do I get it back? Please let me know if you have any information on this. Thank you.
    Post your applications. Some suspects: Blazer cache, versamail folders, Xpressmail, Handmark Express, clean out deleted records from dbCache

    Use FileZ to see recent big files, post their creator ID's.
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