Re: [NTLK] -10011 error

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Sat Oct 20 2007 - 01:56:27 EDT

I suspect that a Brainwipe (hard reset) is going to be your only
To make this as painless as possible, make an 'information only'
backup to a card.
Then move all other packages and extensions to that card. Hopefully
you have eeUnprotect installed.
Remove the card and perform the hard reset.
When the reset is complete and the initial setup is initiated, insert
the card and restore. If any of the information files are related to
that package unselect them.
Check the storage folder to make sure the related stores are gone.
Move everything back to the internal store and check memory
information, try to keep 25% to 30% free.

Good luck

On Oct 19, 2007, at 9:24 PM, Connor Wakamo wrote:

> Hello list,
> I have been a lurker for quite a while now. I have a problem with my
> non-upgraded MessagePad 2000. One day, while trying to delete a
> package, something messed up (unfortunately, this was a while ago so I
> cannot remember what exactly happened.) The end result is that,
> whenever I turn my MessagePad on (without deactivating the packages),
> it freezes at the (half-deleted?) package. When I deactivate all of
> the packages on the internal store and I tap on the routing icon to
> delete the package, I get a -10011 error which, according to the error
> database, is a bad object. Is there any way for me to remove this
> package (short of a hard reset)? Looking through the FAQ was
> inconclusive (it suggested that I delete the package while
> deactivated)
> and I cannot access the WikiWikiNewt or UNNA (for the error
> database, I
> used the Internet Archive.) Your help is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Connor

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