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Old 02-12-2008, 12:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok when i conenct my BB pearl to my computer, it gives me the Pop Up in my phone To enable MAss Storage mode and i click yes. It usually pops up a WINDOW on my computer BUT NOW IT DOESN"T anymore. Do u know how to fix this?
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Ok when i conenct my BB pearl to my computer, it gives me the Pop Up in my phone To enable MAss Storage mode and i click yes. It usually pops up a WINDOW on my computer BUT NOW IT DOESN"T anymore. Do u know how to fix this?

Well you probably clicked yes and don;t ask me again or something to the effect. If you enable mass storage you will be able to drag and drop things from windows to the PC. But you will not be able to use media manager as the Desktop Manager will not longer recognize your Media Card.

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Menu>options>advanced Option>media card (enable Mass Storage Mode = Yes/No)

Might skip the advanced steps on your model I think it might have changed.

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This might be a problem w/Windows Autoplay not running. It's pretty common for Autoplay to either get messed up, or you could have turned it off accidentally (each time it runs there is an option to set defaults, and users sometimes do so w/out knowing they have.

If you insert a CD or an SD card w/pictures, does a dialog appear?

If not, you may need to do this:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
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Also, I have Mass Storage Mode automatically enabled on my phone and I have noticed that when I plug in the USB and my Pearl's keyboard is locked (I use Autolock), then my PC recognizes it as a removable drive but when I click on it to open, it says "Please insert disk" or something similar. If that happens, just unplug the phone, unlock the keyboard, and plug the USB back in.
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Also, I have Mass Storage Mode automatically enabled on my phone and I have noticed that when I plug in the USB and my Pearl's keyboard is locked (I use Autolock), then my PC recognizes it as a removable drive but when I click on it to open, it says "Please insert disk" or something similar. If that happens, just unplug the phone, unlock the keyboard, and plug the USB back in.
Yes thats the problem i am having. But it doesn't say "pLease insert disk" it saids "Removable Disk, It must be formatted, Would u like to format now?" and it wont open my media folderand even My DM wont even recognize my Media card.
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