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Old 11-02-2008, 09:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Please help!! I downloaded the software that came with my Sprint BB 8130 and I hooked up my bb via the USB cable and now all my pics, music and videos are lost somewhere in cyber space. They are not in my laptop under the media manager file. I am techno challanged and would really like to recover these missing items. Please help!!!
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Do you have a media (SD Card) in your BB.
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Yes. I did locate them on the media card file on my laptop. Thanks! But how do I transfer some of the pics back to my phone. I had one of the pics of my children as my screen saver. Now I can't find it on the phone. I went into the camera icon and selected memory card, but there were only preloaded pics that came on the phone, but none of mine. And when I go to Sprint music store on my phone, it gives me an error M505 unable to read media card. But I know it's in there.

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Did you get my last reply?
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You might want to try and put it in your computer and run a chkdsk. When the media card is in you computer go into "My Computer" right click the Media Card and go to "Properties" head to the "Tools" tab and go to "Error Checking"

Or you could copy everything off the Media card to your computer and then re-format the media card.. Put everything back on the card, then place it back in your BlackBerry.. Maybe a battery pull after you put it back in so it re-scans the card.
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I'll try that! Thanks!
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OK, I when I took out the battery and turned it on again, it was all there. However, now I have another question... how do I get my calendar to work on my laptop? When I clicked on my windows calendar, it keeps telling me that it is disabled. Is there another calendar program I have to use now? And am I going to have to remove the battery and reload my phone everytime I sync in order to get my pics and everything back on my phone?

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And you have been syncing with the Windows Calendar not Outlook right or any other calendar?

No you shouldn't have to remove your battery everytime. Typically a battery pull forces the BlackBerry to re-scan the Media Card which is faster then letting the BlackBerry do it on it's on (which might be required when adding alot of files to the Media Card, I rarely have that problem anymore though, might be due to 4.5 ).
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