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Old 01-28-2006, 10:30 AM   #21 (permalink)
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When I try to execute it shows your program and after i press any key, it crashes and this message pops up:
" 16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem
jl_cmder v 1.8.1
c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and microsoft windows applications. chose "close" to terminate the application."

What I should do? I run windows xp with sp2

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PS I just loaded from MS DOS prompt javaloader.exe

I type this command c:\bberaser\javaloader.exe [-u] [-w<mypassword>] <wipe [-f]>

where I type wrong?

Let me know please

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When I try to execute it shows your program and after i press any key, it crashes and this message pops up:
" 16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem
jl_cmder v 1.8.1
c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and microsoft windows applications. chose "close" to terminate the application."

What I should do? I run windows xp with sp2

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Read the Microsoft Knowledge Base article Q324767 and see if this helps your situation any.
Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bit Windows-based program

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PS I just loaded from MS DOS prompt javaloader.exe

I type this command c:\bberaser\javaloader.exe [-u] [-w<mypassword>] <wipe [-f]>

where I type wrong?

Let me know please

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Start > Run > CMD (not command) to launch a command window. Try C:\bberaser\javaloader.exe -u wipe. Personally, I never use the password switch. It you need to enter a password, you will be prompted for it. Hope this helps
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Thanks works great. Much easier than using the digital camera. Appreciate this.
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Old 01-28-2006, 02:26 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Thanks for your answer, it finally wiped OS from my Blackberry 7290 and now it has an icon with this image of some circle and inside looks like a desktop and all over its crossed bellow it has number 507.

Now please excusse me for my ignorance. I went to Cingular and downloaded 4.1 application loader. How I install 4.1 OS on my blackberry?
I connected USB to my blackberry and application loader connected to blackberry without any problem and this message shows:

"No system software was found for your device.
Contact your system administrator or service provider
for information on obtaining device system software."

What I should do? Please help.

Thank you very much for your support guys!
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Install the desktop first. Then install the OS for the HH. Plug the BB back in, and it should recognize it and ask you if you want to install the OS. You need both the DM and the OS to make this work.

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Thanks for your answer, it finally wiped OS from my Blackberry 7290 and now it has an icon with this image of some circle and inside looks like a desktop and all over its crossed bellow it has number 507.

Now please excusse me for my ignorance. I went to Cingular and downloaded 4.1 application loader. How I install 4.1 OS on my blackberry?
I connected USB to my blackberry and application loader connected to blackberry without any problem and this message shows:

"No system software was found for your device.
Contact your system administrator or service provider
for information on obtaining device system software."

What I should do? Please help.

Thank you very much for your support guys!
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Old 01-28-2006, 02:37 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Thanks for quick reply!

I downloaded application manager from cingular version 4.1 and where I can get OS?? What is DM?

I think that after you answer this question I will be done! Also is it possible to load OS 4.0 designed for T-Mobile since my blackberry is unlocked and I am using T-Mobile sim card and their data service.

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This thread should have all the answers to upgrading the OS on the handheld.
BlackBerryOS 4.x Download FAQ - UPGRADE DOWNLOADS
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Old 01-28-2006, 03:03 PM   #29 (permalink)
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You gave me link to another thread, but it does not answer my question, I re-read all over again.

I installed application manager then OS for my blackberry. when I connect blackberry the application manager does not load OS on it. whats wrong? on other blackberries it does without problem.

Please help and I will be gratefull.

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You are trying to load the T-Mobile OS on a Cingular Blackberry. For this to work, you have to delete the vendor.xml file from your PC. Not sure where it exists on your PC exactly, search for it and either delete it or rename it. Then try to reload the OS again.
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Old 01-29-2006, 03:00 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Thanks for a great utility. Can you publish the known/complete command line switches for javaloader or are they all in JL_Cmder. I looked around for docs on this but no could find.

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Option 6 will list all the command-line switches for JavaLoader. Same results as doing JavaLoader /?.
Code:
Usage: JavaLoader [-u] [-p<port>|<pin>] [-b<baud>] [-d0|-d1] [-w<password>] [-q] <command>

-u		   Connect to USB handheld (default is serial)
-p<port>	 Specifies the serial port (serial handhelds only)
-p<pin>	  Specifies the handheld PIN (USB handhelds only)
-b<baud>	 Specifies the baud rate (serial handhelds only)
-d0		  Disables VM debug mode
-d1		  Enables VM debug mode
-w<password> Connects using the specified password
-q		   Quiet mode

<command> is of

  dir [-d] [-s]
	Lists modules on the handheld
	  -d	 Display dependency information
	  -s	 Display siblings

  deviceinfo
	Provides information on the handheld

  load <.cod file> ...
	Loads modules onto the handheld

  save <module> ...
	Retrieves modules from the handheld

  info [-d] <.cod file> ...
	Provides information on the specified modules
	  -d	 Display dependency information

  wipe [-a|-f]
	Wipes the handheld
	  -a	 Wipe applications only
	  -f	 Wipe filesystem only

  erase [-f] <module> ...
	Erases modules on the handheld
	  -f	 Force erase of in-use modules

  debugmode
	Enables VM debug mode

  eventlog
	Retrives the handheld event log

  settime
	Sets the time on the handheld to the current time

  radio on|off
	Turns the handheld's radio on or off

  enum
	Enumerates all USB handhelds

  siblinginfo <.cod file> ...
	Provides sibling information on the specified modules

  screenshot <.bmp file>
	Retrives the current screen contents and saves it as a BMP file
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Much appreciated. Should of done the /? myself. Thanks for the hand hold
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are there any known issues with this app locking up the BB device (8700c) when taking screenshots? It seems like every 3rd or so screenshot I take, my device locks up.
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are there any known issues with this app locking up the BB device (8700c) when taking screenshots? It seems like every 3rd or so screenshot I take, my device locks up.
None that I am aware of. I can personally claim over 60 screenshots, in a row, without any problems during my testing. My guesses, not in any particular order, would be 1) third party software on the BB, 2) custom themes on the BB, and 3) faulty or failing USB cable.
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Haven't done 60 but quite a few.
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are there any known issues with this app locking up the BB device (8700c) when taking screenshots? It seems like every 3rd or so screenshot I take, my device locks up.
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Hi,
I've got a 7100V, I've installed the JL_Cmder on my PC but when I select the option 4) ScreenShot, the PC open the file manager and I can't use the blackberry screenshot to create some documentations.
Could you please help me ???
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Please try the following suggestions.
  1. What BlackBerry OS is installed on your 7100v? It must be 4.0.2 or higher to work. Double-check by going to Settings > About.
  2. Do you have BlackBerry Desktop Manager or BlackBerry Device Manager installed on your computer? Was your BlackBerry connect to the PC during the install of either? If so, uninstall and reinstall with the BlackBerry disconnected.
  3. Are you getting a popup message stating the file or path can not be found? Is your USB cable damaged? Try using a different one if possible.
  4. Try opening a BMP file directly, right-click any BMP > Edit. What application did the BMP open in? This should duplicate the action taken immediatly following the screen capture.
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Hi,
about your first check, do you mean the Desktop Manager ? If yes, I've got this version: 4.0.0.30 and for the component: Blackberry Handheld Manager this 4.0.0.32. That's why it doesn't work !!!
I received the 7100V yesterday from Vodafone ...
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about your first check, do you mean the Desktop Manager ?
No, the Desktop Manager version shouldnt matter. When you connect your BlackBerry to the computer, is it detected as a BlackBerry device, or does it ask for drivers? You need to determine the OS installed on the BlackBerry itself. From the main screen, select Settings > About. The third line on this screen should list the OS version.

Do any of the other JL_Cmder options work? Try option 1 (deviceinfo) or 2 (eventlog). Both of these should open a text document populated with the requested info from the BlackBerry.
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