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Old 09-03-2007, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

I have small problem with my BB 8100. I want see my BB like removable disc in my computer. I can move MP3, pictures etc from and into Media card only through Desktop media manager :(

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Go through this process:

Menu -> Options -> Advanced Options -> Media Card.

Then, where it says Mass Storage Mode Support, make sure it is "On".
Underneath that there should also be an option for:
"Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected", make sure this says "Yes".

Now connect your BB to your computer.
If you have a password, your BB will prompt you for your password,
and the BB's SD card will show up as a removable disk.
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it doesn´t works

when I connect my BB I can hear only three times beeps from my computer and I can not see it like removable disc, only by Desktop manager
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Could be a drive letter conflict....
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I do not think so, it does not work on 5 computers. Where I can download some version of RIMUSB.sys ???
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Did you enable mass storage mode as was suggested above?
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yes, I did it. It is strange. When I have not install desktop manager, I can not connect BB and when I have install desktop manager I can connect BB, but data from media card I can see only via desktop manager. I tried put into system32/drivers RIMUSB.sys, but no answer
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