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    just bought a kinsington sd 512 card. When importing music thru hotsync system locks up. using mac os x and suggestion on the problem
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    Craig,
    I don't know if this applies to OSX, but I know that in Winblows, transferring files to the SD card during a hotsync is painfully slow. Going direct to the card through a card reader is much faster and easier.
    Zane
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    craig, try this:

    http://www.softick.com/cardexport/

    it will display your sd card on your desktop and allow you to copy items back and forth. it's money well spent since Mac syncing isn't the same as on a WinBloze machines.
    a dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste
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    Mac HotSync is notoriously prone to lockups if you move files >~2Mb. It may hang or it may just take an age.

    You are much better off paying about $15 for a USB card reader that requires no drivers. You will find it invaluable for being able to move files between cards and your Mac and your Treo and also to other PCs/Macs.
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    How do you view files on your card with out a card reader? I transfed a movie and cannot find it. It's not being deteched by Kinoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blak
    How do you view files on your card with out a card reader? I transfed a movie and cannot find it. It's not being deteched by Kinoma
    Install the program Filez on your T600. It's free.
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilities/filez.shtml

    You can then move the movie to the appropriate directory so Kinoma will "see" it. I believe hotsync by default places stuff in the Palm/Launcher folder.
    Last edited by scottymomo; 08/04/2004 at 06:12 PM.
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