QUOTE (dosada @ Aug 24 2006, 04:39 PM)
I have tried all of that with no luck. I have even reflashed the phone. It all goes fine untll after the last image. When i remove and replace the battery and try to jard reset it it does not do anything. I have to remove/replace the sim so i can charge it. I have used another memory card for the update.
I have found a few places which had the ROMs but no one does anymore. Not even the original. Anyone any idea what else i can try?
Which brand & size of SD card have you used so far?
I've tried both Lexar 256Mb SD card & Kingston 256Mb SD card & they worked fine.
1. Take out the SD card that you used in the two flashes that failed & see if there's any content in there.
I found out that I can pop in any FAT formatted SD card into the unit & it'll rebuild the system folders & files from ROM. This process takes awhile so that accounts for the delay between pressing the power button with the bootloader screen & the OS actually booting up with the MS Windows Mobile logo splashscreen.
If there are contents in the SD card, then chances are that your ROM image could be corrupted.
2. Compare the contents of the two cards & see if they match.
If one of the cards have more folders/files than the other, then the one with the lesser content would probably not be suitable for the MPx200. Many users in this forum has fedback about certain make & speed of SD card not able to boot the phone.
3. Format one of the SD cards in FAT format with default settings & pop it into the phone.
Start up & phone & wait for a while. If nothing shows on the main screen, then it a high chance your ROM image is corrupted. Did you connect the MPx200 directly to the PC or via a hub? Try connecting directly to avoid bus problems.
The fact that your Upgrade Wizard can detect the phone is some consolation..the phone is still alive.
Also, since the charging image on the front screen shows up when you charge the phone, that means the "BIOS" of the system board is still intact.
So...there's still hope...