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Old 12-14-2005, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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First off, I love this place. Through reading the forums I have been able to recover at least 3 blackberry's from the grave. I just wish my clients would take better care of them.

Anyways, so on to my problem....

One of my guys said "he knocked it into the sink" when he was washing his hands. We're all speculating that he dunked it in the toilet, but there is no clear evidence.

Anyways, he said that it immediately began vibrating until he pulled out the battery. When he gave it to me it wouldn't even boot. So I took his SIM and battery and placed it in one of our loaners and that got him up and running again.

After letting it sit over night I tried it again and now I'm getting a multitude of errors. Only one which was 505 gave me the picture with the crossed out circle around it. All others have only given me the option to reset the device by pressing R, enter or the reset button in the back. After playing with it for a while most of the errors go away, but the latest error that I can not get by is "JVM Error 106."

I have tried JVLoader and JV_Cdmr but neither can find it on the USB port to try the Java wipe. Windows says itís an unrecognized USB device and it won't load the drivers from my CD or use the already installed drivers from my BB (same model and software version).

Do you guys have any ideas or is this one just gone? Nextel is taking forever to replace the 3 we have already turned in, because they are discontinued and they are harder to come by.
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