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    Have Missing Sync and a 1GB card in my 680. If I wanted to upgrade to an 8GB card, is there a way to dump all the contents, including playlists, subfolders, etc, into a folder on my computer desktop, and then transfer that bunch o' data onto a new, larger SD card?

    If it's done within the conduit settings of Missing Sync, which boxes to activate? Where then is the data stored on my Mac?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pighood View Post
    Have Missing Sync and a 1GB card in my 680. If I wanted to upgrade to an 8GB card, is there a way to dump all the contents, including playlists, subfolders, etc, into a folder on my computer desktop, and then transfer that bunch o' data onto a new, larger SD card?

    If it's done within the conduit settings of Missing Sync, which boxes to activate? Where then is the data stored on my Mac?
    I do not think that your treo 680 supports a 8GB SD card. I think that the max might be 4GB, because thats the limit of the SD card specification. The larger cards are called SDHC.

    To transfer it to a mac get a card reader and plug it in. Then the card should show up as a external drive in Finder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ion++ View Post
    I do not think that your treo 680 supports a 8GB SD card. I think that the max might be 4GB, because thats the limit of the SD card specification. The larger cards are called SDHC.

    To transfer it to a mac get a card reader and plug it in. Then the card should show up as a external drive in Finder.
    According to another thread in this discussion forum, the SDHC devices work fine on the 680.

    I use a software product called card export by softick that mounts the sd card on the macintosh desktop. It works flawlessly.
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    Softick is PC only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ion++ View Post
    To transfer it to a mac get a card reader and plug it in. Then the card should show up as a external drive in Finder.
    Perfection. Works perfectly. Perfect.

    Mazel Tov, meng.

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