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Old 07-10-2010, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

Last night I plugged my phone into this computer which doesn't have blackberry software on it and about 10 or so hours after taking it out, I get error code 543 (I think). So I take the SIM and bettery out, put them back in, same thing happens. and now its just a solid red light.

Anyhow, how do I fix it? If I have to do some funky code stuff, do I do that in the program on the computer which it is stored on?

Thanks in advance!

P.s I'm a bit simple when it comes to programming, please keep it simple.
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Hi,

Last night I plugged my phone into this computer which doesn't have blackberry software on it and about 10 or so hours after taking it out, I get error code 543 (I think). So I take the SIM and bettery out, put them back in, same thing happens. and now its just a solid red light.

Anyhow, how do I fix it? If I have to do some funky code stuff, do I do that in the program on the computer which it is stored on?

Thanks in advance!

P.s I'm a bit simple when it comes to programming, please keep it simple.
Search is your friend. So is the FAQ.

Both up top and i refuse to do the legwork since its that easy.
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'Error 543' appears on the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone.
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This is a previously reported issue that has been escalated internally to our development team. No resolution time frame is currently available.

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Complete the following steps to reload the BlackBerry® Device Software:
Open BlackBerry® Desktop Manager.
Open the application loader tool to uninstall and reinstall BlackBerry Device Software on the BlackBerry smartphone. For more information, see KB03621.
If the problem is not resolved, delete all data from the BlackBerry smartphone.
Use the application loader tool to reinstall BlackBerry Device Software on the BlackBerry smartphone.
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I attached it to my computer with BB stuff on it, BB doesn't think its connected. No PIN.

I'm thinking of doing a master reset, good idea?
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Are you using a BB cable? nothing should happen by plugging in a BB to a computer without DM on it. Fess up what did you attempt to do? It seems like you think the is a PC and attempted to play with the OS or memory. Als where di you ge tthe idea there is a "master reset". If your talking about a wipe, ok

Really what were you trying to do.
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I noticed that I didn't have my charger so I plugged my BB into a computer to charge it. I don't like changing OS systems because I know I could break it permanently.

Master Reset:
http://www.blackberryfaq.com/index.php/How_do_I_reset_my_BlackBerry%3F

"A master reset removes all user-installed applications and data, including BlackBerry Connect software. For more about master resets, contact your service provider."
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