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"Yerodin P" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am a user of a Palm Tungsten E unit, with a 128MB SD card.
> I have finally collected the trial software that is most useful to me, and
> except for updates I think my Palm is now fully loaded.... with approx
> 16.2MB of free internal memory left.
> The unit's screen is currently freezing upon each alarm that brings it out
> of the off state, requiring me to push the reset pin.
> I am certain that this is a result of a recent program I loaded called PDA
> Defense 3.1d and after this, Rapid Reader for Palm.
> I plan on doing a backup to my SD card and then a reload of all my
> software, & would like to know the optimal order in which programs on the
> list below should be installed.
> (i.e. so that older versions of files don't get installed last)
> If it is easy, to each line just add = A, = B, = C .....etc
> BackupBuddyVFS Professional v3.06
> Bonsai 3 v3.3.3
> Calendar Background Image Tool 1.1
> ClipPRO v1.7
> DateDiff v3.1
> EasyCalc v1.22
> Energy Dimmer v2.11
> FileZ v6.5
> Flash v3.0.1
> FM HiRes Icons v1.6
> Graffiti Anywhere v1.5.6
> LexSpell v1.2 new
> MemoLeaf v3.3
> MonthPlanner v1.7b2
> Palm Desktop HotSync Manager Update 4.1
> Palm PIM Support Update for Tungsten E
> Palm Tungsten E handheld SDIO Update
> PDA Defense Professional 3.1d
> Piano Sight Read v2.0
> Pocket Tunes Deluxe v3.0.6
> PocketLingo College Dictionary & Thesaurus
> Rapid Reader for Palm OS 3.5 up
> RepliGo v2.0 For Palm
> Science Manual v2.01
> Screen Prefs v 3.20
> Sleep for Palm OS
> Softick Card Export II v2.00
> TextPlus for Palm v5.5
> Uninstall Manager v2.60
> WomenDay v1.4
> Not installed:
> Adarian Money v2.5
> Chess Genius v2.1
> Converter v2.2
> MobileDB for Palm OS v4.1.3
> Planetarium v2.3.1
> Resco Viewer for Palm OS V1.80
> TomeRaider v2.88
Carefully re-reading the PDA Defense Manual, resolved my Tungsten's screen
freeze upon each alarm that brings it out of the off state, problem .....
which required me to push the reset pin.
So I didn't reload any software.
FYI here is what helped:
Disabling of Alarm Notifications
PDA Defense can be set to disable alarm notifications while the device is
locked. This will ensure that those databases with alarm notifications will
be encrypted even if they have alarms set. If this option is not activated,
PDA Defense will not encrypt any database that has an alarm set.
1. From the main PDA Defense screen, tap the Settings button. (If you don't
see the Settings button, see Encryption Options)
2. On the Protect Databases screen, tap the button marked Advanced at the
bottom of the window.
3. You will see the Encryption Setup screen, which includes the Disabling of
alarm notifications setting.
4. Select the check box next to Disable alarms to enable this feature, or
clear the check box to disable this feature.
The Tungsten now stays off during events set to alarm, but these show up
after I turn it ON.
I don't mind since I like the remaining features of the PDA Defense
May this info help other PDA Defense trial users.