Is there a way to get my 8820 to present the on-board memory as a mass storage drive instead of the SD slot in Windows XP?
Currently, when I try to open the drive, I get the "Please insert a disk into blah-blah drive" message because I don't have an SD card in my phone. I would like to load files directly onto the device memory. I don't like the Roxio media manager because it seems like an unnecessarily complex program AND because it filters filetypes that it will "see" to strictly media files. I recall with my old 8100 being able to use Desktop Manager to directly transfer files of any type to a specified folder on the phone. Is there a way to do this with my 8820?
I am not positive but mass storage is only for the card and not the internal memory. I do not understand why your computer keeps asking for a drive that is not there unless you had a card in there at one time and then removed it. DO you have mass storage turned on? If so turn it off to stop the message.
Last edited by greggebhardt : 11-27-2007 at 06:52 AM.
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I've never had an SD card in my phone. When I connect my BB to my computer, a new drive appears in "My Computer". When I try to access this drive, that's when I get the Please Insert Disk message. I distinctly remember using the Desktop Manager to access the internal memory of an 8100. There was no Roxio software involved...