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    This is one of those 'I hope you never have to do this" posts.

    I had sectors of my SD card go bad. Not a lot of data was lost, but it did affect SnapperMail's SD card storage, BackupMan archiving, and the ability for the card to be recognized via PC (with CardReader, Card Export II, etc.).

    Without the card being recognized by the PC, I had no way to back-up 1.6 gigs of data...that is until I remembered PFB. I rifled (electronically) through my archives and found the free app. I loaded it via a back-up SD card and I was connected.

    I backed up my card, and migrated to another card.

    Best of all, I realized that the transfer rate is blazing fast compared to CardReader and Card Export II. So, while I'll still use CardREader for editting in Word and Excel, PFB is my choice for raw data transfer.
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    would you mind posting it?

    Please!

    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
    There is no spoon.
  3.    #3  
    Here it is...
    Attached Files Attached Files
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    Thanks!
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
    There is no spoon.
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    I thought you were saying Pbffft! like expressing frustation.

    Doesn't PFB needs two parts, one one the PC and another on your device?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronbo2000 View Post
    I thought you were saying Pbffft! like expressing frustation.

    Doesn't PFB needs two parts, one one the PC and another on your device?
    LOL

    Yes, there are two parts. You launch filepc2pda on the Treo, then launch PFB executable on the PC.

    It brings up a "Windows Explorer" looking screen that allows you to navigate directories on both platforms--including the ram and SD on the Treo.

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