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    1. what is the brand of your sd/mmc card, if possible check the brand of chipset also using card info
    2. how much data in your ram to backup by backupman in sd/mmc card
    3. total time to backup

    I use a sd card with panasonic chipset, with 22 mb ram used in my treo600 my backup time is around 5 minutes
    recently i bought pqi brand with unknown chipset, my backup time now is less than two minutes
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    Quote Originally Posted by amenxyz
    1. what is the brand of your sd/mmc card, if possible check the brand of chipset also using card info
    2. how much data in your ram to backup by backupman in sd/mmc card
    3. total time to backup

    I use a sd card with panasonic chipset, with 22 mb ram used in my treo600 my backup time is around 5 minutes
    recently i bought pqi brand with unknown chipset, my backup time now is less than two minutes
    1 San Disk 256 mb card, not sure the chipset
    2 10 mb RAM used
    3. backup time less then 1 minute
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    512mb, about 4 minutes, about 9 mb used.

    BackupManager is a great program! It bothered me in the past to do a hard rest; but now, back it up and go at it. I do keep a known good backup available and then restore from various archives as needed.

    Ben
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    I use a 512 PQI. I don't know the specs on the card, but I know the Backupman has saved my sorry **** three times in about 6 weeks. I couldn't wait to give them folks my money.
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    1. Sandisk 512MB-SD512
    2. 11MB
    3. 1 minute or less
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    Sandisk 512MB
    8.3 MB (thanks to ZLauncher)
    between 1 and 2 minutes
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    - Sandisk standard 256 (will replace with a 1GB card sometime for more MP3 space)
    - 16MB free, so about 8MB to back up (most non-critical apps run off the card via LauncherX) (size of backups on the card is just under 7MB per set)
    - 1-2 minutes

    I dont really notice the backup, though, as it runs scheduled every night while I'm asleep. The app keeps the 3 most recent backups so I always have more than 1 restore point.
    - Fushigi
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    1. 256mb SanDisck
    2. >12mb
    3. <2 minutes

    After several close calls, Backupman has proven itself. I now have total confidence in it.

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