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Pocket PC 2002 Bugs - Casio
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2000-2002

 Version 1.10  Revised 2/4/2002

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Introduction

Here is a list of bugs that people have reported with their Casio Cassiopeia Pocket PC 2002.  Whenever possible, I will list how the problem has been resolved.   This page does not address hardware issues where components fail due to mishandling.  Submit your bugs to [email protected] PC FAQ and I will add them here.

This bug list does not represent the views of Microsoft or the hardware manufacturers to identify or resolve issues with their products. The issues listed here may or may not be addressed by Microsoft and/or the hardware manufacturers as they see fit. All items listed are based on reports from users which may or may not be accurate.

Date Added Device Problem Description Resolution

Casio

2/5/02 E-200 Backlight stops working.  User may smell electrical burning. Contact Casio for repair / replacement.  A capacitor for the backlight burned out.
2/5/02 E-200 Programs that are stored in internal flash may not be run. Install the Casio service pack.

Submit your bugs to [email protected] PC FAQ and I will add them here.  Include the device you are using and the steps that you took to confirm the issue. Please indicate whether or not I may publish your name as the submitter of the problem.

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