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Old 05-05-2005, 02:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am attempting to reinstall the OS on this particular device (and I have successfully done so three different times) but everytime it gets to the boot phase (after OS install), I eventually et a JVM Error 203.

RIM tells me that this is "The application manager console process (usually the Ribbon) has died. This is likely due to an uncaught exception during execution."

The OS I'm attempting to install was downloaded from T-Mobile (Filename is: BB_6710_Handheld_3_6_0_73).

From what I understand, when the handheld is "wiped" like this, there should be no previous data placed onto the device. There is no backup for this device so I'm fairly certain it isn't anything corrupt being delivered back to the device. (This is by design, this is a test device we use to develop our BB software.)

Anyone have any clues as to what I can attempt?
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reload the software but DO NOT BACKUP data.. when you backup data and restore during the upgrade phase your eseentially puting corrupted data back on the device
causing your jvm 203
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Default I mentioned in my original post...

...there is no backup.
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your not understanding me when you reload your software it automatically backs up your data you must manually uncheck this option
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I don't think you are understanding me. ;) No backup of the device is being performed. As a matter of fact, the radio button choice for backing up is disabled (and not selected). The radio button that is selected indicates a backup will not be performed. I can show you screenshots if you like. It still errors out on boot-up after a succesful install of the OS image.
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