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What's the best way to transfer everything form nokia E71 (i.e. sms, contacts, music & videos) to BB 9000. This case has been eating my brain.

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If you have the sim card, then just but it in the bold, and the start up wizard will transfer everything (not sure about sms though), then for music and videos, I am guessing you have an sd card, just put the sd card in the bold and everything should be there. If it is a new sim card, then put your contacts in outlook and the sync them back to your bold via desktop manager (not sure about sms).
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If you have the sim card, then just but it in the bold, and the start up wizard will transfer everything (not sure about sms though), then for music and videos, I am guessing you have an sd card, just put the sd card in the bold and everything should be there. If it is a new sim card, then put your contacts in outlook and the sync them back to your bold via desktop manager (not sure about sms).
Here's the thing, we are not able to navigate through the BB to check where the files we transferred. However, if we put the BB through usb and check on the pc...we can verify that all that needs to be transferred is there. We're a complete "idiot" with using a BB. thanks for your help!
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First off, do this: options > memory:
media card support- on
encryption mode-none
mass storage mode support-on
auto enable mass storage mode when connected- either prompt or on

Then when you plug in the bold, go to my computer, if you have a media card it will either be removable disk or if you changed the name, whatever you called it. If you are using the device memory it should be called Blackberry1. Then transfer the music and videos into the appropriate folders. After you unplug your bold, open the media app, if you check for any changes to your media files. Wait for that to finish (you will know when the bar that says scanning is gone). Then your music should be in music and videos should be in video.

Now for your contacts. I'm assuming that they are in outlook (if they are in your sim card, just put the sim card in the bold, run the startup wizard and transfer the contacts into the bold). Open desktop manager ( I suggest you run 5.0 because it syncs faster). Go to synchronize > on the left under configuration click synchronization > synchronization. Select address book/ outlook (the third one from the top and make sure it is highlighted). Click setup > Select Microsoft Outlook > then select one way sync to device. Make sure you check, replace all data in target application. Then select the outlook profile you use. Finish and Click OK. Then in the main menu of device manager go to synchronization. On that page click synchronization. After it finishes, your contacts should be in your bold.
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