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    I just got me a Palm and was wondering why the programs I have on the SD card do not show up on the main screen like they did on my Prism/Memplug combination.
    I was also wondering what sort of backup options I have using an SD card.
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    Were you using PowerRun or PiDirect or Launcher III with your Prism?? If not, these can help you out on your Palm, anyway.
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    I was using PiDirectII, I thought it was just a memplug solution, though. I can run the programs from the card, they just don't show up in the all category, just the card category.
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    PiDirectII is not just a Memplug solution. You can use it on your Palm, though now you have to pay for it ($30): http://www.pitech.com/software/PiDirect2/PiDirect2.htm

    If you want a cheaper solution, try out Launcher III. It is $9, and does almost the same thing.
    Blue Visor Deluxe ~ Clie T615 ~ Zire 71 ~ Treo 650 ~ Palm Centro
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    Originally posted by dampeoples
    I just got me a Palm and was wondering why the programs I have on the SD card do not show up on the main screen like they did on my Prism/Memplug combination.
    I was also wondering what sort of backup options I have using an SD card.
    Which palm?

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    I saw that earlier today, seems like a nice deal. i would have gone that route too, except i gave my VDx to my dad, and am selling my Prism to a coworker, so it would have sat around.
    I got a m130 with a product replacement plan. i think the plan was for it to 'break' about the time the new devices are released.
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    Originally posted by terrysalmi
    PiDirectII is not just a Memplug solution. You can use it on your Palm, though now you have to pay for it ($30): http://www.pitech.com/software/PiDirect2/PiDirect2.htm

    If you want a cheaper solution, try out Launcher III. It is $9, and does almost the same thing.
    What are the advantages of using this program other than getting the apps placed on the main screen? I don't write anything directly to memory, as I mainly use it for contacts, schedule, then games. Wonder if a game was on SD card and I wanted to save my progress, would it be able to be read?

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