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Re: unable to boot N91

New Member
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unable to boot N91

I recently purchased the N91, which worked fine for the first two days. but after turning it off one day the phone failed to boot right away the following day. it took ten minutes for the password screen to appear! has anyone else had this problem? does anyone know why this occured?
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el_loco
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Re: unable to boot N91

What password screen?

640K Should be enough for everybody
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Advisor
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Re: unable to boot N91

Did you install anything new?
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New Member
Posts: 4

Re: unable to boot N91

I have installed the office suite, Opera mini, Opera (30 days trial version)& Mobile Anti-virus from the nokia website.
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el_loco
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Re: unable to boot N91

You may need to get rid of that stuff.

Also try installing them on the Phone memory and not the HDD, some applications seem to have problems when running from the HDD.

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New Member
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Re: unable to boot N91

Removed Opera trial version, Phone boots within 30sec each time. May have been a conflict between Trial and Mini versions of Opera. Thanks for your help

Andy
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talj
Posts: 168

Re: unable to boot N91

Try what el_loco sugested,

Mobile applications are generaly not stable (for now). Although the new Smartphones are smart, they have turned into micro computers.

Like when your computer crashes..same thing can happen to the new smartphones.

Also when you install more software on a PC, a few more seconds take it to start up. This is because it is running all the software that is set to run in registration (startup).

Samething probably goes to the smartphone.

Other then that, if you get rid of those applications, and it keeps happening..thats an issue for the Nokia Service Center.

The N91 is a very new mobile. It could have bugs/issues with firmware ect.

By the way,

..its an awsome phone!

Good Luck,

Tal
I own a 5210, 5140 and now..the new 3250. Symbian 60 Series OS 3.0 ..just the best.
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