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Old 06-04-2007, 11:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is the roxio software a seperate cd from the blackberry desktop software or is it on the same one? Aso will this run on vista? I put a .3gp video file on my memory card and it didnt work for play back. Any ideas?
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All these readers on here any not one know the answer to this? Come on guys!
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:24 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Can't speak as to playback, but DM 4.2 SP2 works fine with Vista, including the Roxio manager. Haven't actually used it to upload anything to my Curve yet, though.
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how do you put videos and music on there then?
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I'm running Vista Ultimate 64 and I am using BD 4.2 from the CD flawlessly, including Roxio.
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Is the roxio software a seperate cd from the blackberry desktop software or is it on the same one? Aso will this run on vista? I put a .3gp video file on my memory card and it didnt work for play back. Any ideas?
It is on the same CD. From what I remember, it automatically installs it after the Desktop software is installed.
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It is on the same CD. From what I remember, it automatically installs it after the Desktop software is installed.
so any mac users with the curve...how do you get your music/video onto it? as with the pearl? it shows up as a drive and you just drag into the pics/music/video folders?

i know mac users won't be able to utilize the features of the roxio program but hoping it's still easy to get stuff onto the BB.
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It's definitely a memory hog on the PC - takes a while to open up and seems quite complex to just add media to the Curve - Initially I guess I am thinking its not real user friendly !
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