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Topic # 6974 9-Mar-2006 07:22
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plz help i have a nokia 6255i nd u can put songs nd pics from ur computer nd i have a multimedia card nd it goes in wear the battery is nd wen i put it in my computer how do i get music nd pics on it so the main question is how do u get pics nd music on a multimedia card from ur computer!!!!!!!!!! thanks so much who will answer this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Reply # 30237 9-Mar-2006 07:32
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Reply # 30240 9-Mar-2006 07:45
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that didnt help me!!!!!!!

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Reply # 30241 9-Mar-2006 07:47
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Reply # 30242 9-Mar-2006 08:03
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I stopped reading your post about ten words in, simply because text language is -very- irritating to read on a PC.

Re-write your post in plain English, and you will probably get a lot of help here :-)



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Reply # 30247 9-Mar-2006 08:28
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im sorry i didnt no it wasnt in englis because when wrote it it was so im sorry ok is it better

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Reply # 30251 9-Mar-2006 08:53
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We are talking about "plain English", which means proper grammar, full length words, punctuation, and generally making sense.

It b-coms a lt mr irtating 2 read lnguge wrytn lyk ths, compared to reading language written like this.

Although you were writing in English, it wasnt plain English.

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Reply # 30265 9-Mar-2006 10:18
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Anyhoo....

Plug your MMC card into your PCs card reader, and just open it in "My Computer" as a drive (it should be there).

Then whip out the ol' copy n' paste and go hard like a hard thing at a hard festival.




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Reply # 30365 9-Mar-2006 15:25
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sorry, im used to writing like that because i am always on msn so now i know what you mean! ok



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Reply # 30367 9-Mar-2006 15:28
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ok what do you mean by drive because it doesnt say its under a drive

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Reply # 30368 9-Mar-2006 15:30
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I put my memory stick in my cardreader and it comes up as I:\ (Sony Memory Stick) in 'My computer'




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Reply # 30371 9-Mar-2006 15:43
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ok you might think im like weird but it isnt under anything in my computer! but when i hook my digetal camera up then it is under a file but i have one of the hp computers that has a mmc slot nd it wont pop up like my other memory cards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Reply # 30372 9-Mar-2006 15:50
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What other memory do you have popping up?




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Reply # 30374 9-Mar-2006 15:53
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I think i got it to work i restarted my computer nd now its working i got what drive nd everything thank you~!~!~!~!~



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Reply # 30375 9-Mar-2006 15:55
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but how do you get music on the chip?

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Reply # 30376 9-Mar-2006 16:25
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copy and paste




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