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Old 06-12-2008, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 4gig card installed, and mass storage mode is on. When I connect to my PC (I'm not using desktop mngr) all I see is a blackberry icon on the E drive. When I open it, there's a number of media folders (Pictures, Videos, Ringtones, music) but they don't include the media card. So how do I save media to the card from the PC under these circs? What am I doing wrong? In my prior phone the media card would be visible and I could drag/drop to it.

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Old 06-12-2008, 04:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What you see as connected as e: drive on your PC--that is your Media Card.

Do you have Mass Storage enabled on your Media Card: Options > Media Card.

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[quote=JSanders;968746]What you see as connected as e: drive on your PC--that is your Media Card.

Do you have Mass Storage enabled on your Media Card: Options > Media Card.

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yes I have Mass Storage enabled. What confuses me is when I go into options, media card, it gives me the total space available which is the same amount as the listed free space: how can that be if I've transferred music to the card?
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What you see as connected as e: drive on your PC--that is your Media Card.

Do you have Mass Storage enabled on your Media Card: Options > Media Card.

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yes I have Mass Storage enabled. What confuses me is when I go into options, media card, it gives me the total space available which is the same amount as the listed free space: how can that be if I've transferred music to the card?
Sorry for wasting your time, I think I just answered my question (confirmed your response). I opened the media browser, and looked the properties of my songs which disclosed they're saved on the media card.
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Yea, it will look like barely or none used until you get 100-200 MB loaded on there. I know I had about 90 mp3s on mine, and it wasn't a drop in the bucket.
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Not a waste, made you look! lol
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