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Old 11-11-2009, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys...I am not sure if Ive done it right... I backup the 1gb file ( created a new folder on my desktop ) then copy paste the stuff on my 1gb to the new 2gb...

all songs were uploaded ok... same as the pics. But when I take a pic it wont auto save to new media card? why? please help.

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Hi guys...I am not sure if Ive done it right... I backup the 1gb file ( created a new folder on my desktop ) then copy paste the stuff on my 1gb to the new 2gb...

all songs were uploaded ok... same as the pics. But when I take a pic it wont auto save to new media card? why? please help.

Thanks

Bruce
I was unable to save the pic I took onto the media card. Why? also, I had a file name Blackberry on my 1GB card but was not able to transfer to my new 2Gb card.. there are some songs / pics in that file. Arrr... dont know why? Please help

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Bruce, open your camera > Menu > Options and make sure the auto save is set to the Media Card.

If you can't , does the device recognize the new card? Look at Options > Memory (or Media Card, I forget which on the Bold OS). Do you see the media card? Does it show the 2GB card?

If not, you will likely want to format the card in the BlackBerry, then reload your music and files again from the PC to the Media card.

Don't drop whole folders over. On the PC, go through each folder and delete the bbthumbs.dat files.
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Bruce, open your camera > Menu > Options and make sure the auto save is set to the Media Card.

If you can't , does the device recognize the new card? Look at Options > Memory (or Media Card, I forget which on the Bold OS). Do you see the media card? Does it show the 2GB card?

If not, you will likely want to format the card in the BlackBerry, then reload your music and files again from the PC to the Media card.

Don't drop whole folders over. On the PC, go through each folder and delete the bbthumbs.dat files.
I reformat the card and all ok now. Thanks... but I got your reply a bit late and I did not delete the bbthumb.dat files. Only a few of them... is it ok ?

Please advice

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