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Old 05-06-2007, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a problem wit my memory card. It's a 2GB SanDisk and sometimes (well actually most of the time) doesnt show up or read on my Desktop Manager so that way I'm not able to transfer my files form my comp to my 2GB. What am I suppose to do, any ideas?


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Enable Mass Storage mode, it will show up as a disk drive. Then just drag and drop files to it using Windows. I never use Desktop Manager to manage files on my card.
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Where do I find Enable Mass Storage mode?

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This is what it currently is showing when I go ">Options >Advanced Options >Media Card" but still Memory Card still not showing up on Desktop Manager...

Media Card Support: On
Mass Storage Mode Support: On
Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected: Yes


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I transferred some files last nite from my comp to my Pearl using Desktop Manager, and it seemed to be workin fine so I was exited.

But now only when I unplug my USB cables from Pearl, only than can I see those files, and that's when my Memory Card pops up under Media.

Any suggestions? I'm new to this so forgive me, Thx for your help J. Clark


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Enable Mass Storage mode, it will show up as a disk drive. Then just drag and drop files to it using Windows. I never use Desktop Manager to manage files on my card.
Goran - reread the post. It will show up in My Computer - not as part of Desktop Manager.
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If the card is set to mass storage mode it will not show up when plugged in to the computer. While it's plugged in go to Options > Advanced Options >Media card and scroll to the bottom. It tells you that the card media isn't accessible while the cable is plugged in. When plugged in you have to view it in windows.
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YEA thx John, I got it now. Thx everyone for help.


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