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    So, my Treo 650 went into a loop of not enough memory and rebooting itself.

    Issue 1. How do I break this loop of not enough memory...I'm going to reboot...not enough memory...I'm going to reboot?

    2. I don't have anything but contacts on my Treo. I have maybe 3 jpg's and the rest is on an SD card. What gives?

    TIA,
    John.
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    Hold up while depressing the reset pin. Hold up until the second Palm logo appears. If it boots, that means something that runs on start-up is causing the reset loop. You could also try holding the power button with the pin and performing a zero-out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersocialist
    You could also try holding the power button with the pin and performing a zero-out.
    Isn't that a hard reset? Doesn't a zero-out involve using the sync cable?

    Either way, the power button one will erase your memory, so make sure you do a backup if you're not willing to lose everything.
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    I've seen "hard reset" and "zero out reset" used in so many different ways that I'm really not sure what the proper explanation is. My anecdotal consensus so far is that a "hard reset" is triggered by the reset pin; it's the same as a soft reset except it's triggered by hardware. Zero-out, with the power button, reformats the NVFS system. I've never needed a cradle to do that.

    It's entirely possible that my terminology is off. I'm strictly amateur.
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    I believe the terms are defined in the manual. Here's some definations of a soft, hard, and zero-out reset...

    http://mytreo.net/treofaq/Treo650Resetting
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