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Old 03-01-2007, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I double checked to verify that I have this turned on in the 8800 - good there... but the drive doesn't show up in windows explorer. Does anyone know a way of resetting this functionality so I can use the MicroSD with windows explorer again?

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I double checked to verify that I have this turned on in the 8800 - good there... but the drive doesn't show up in windows explorer. Does anyone know a way of resetting this functionality so I can use the MicroSD with windows explorer again?

Thx,
Stac
I should mention that my Device Manager shows that the RIM BlackBerry SD USB Device is installed and 'working properly'...

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I should mention that my Device Manager shows that the RIM BlackBerry SD USB Device is installed and 'working properly'...

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Got it... changing the drive letter allowed it to show up again...

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