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Topic # 7112 20-Mar-2006 17:18
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SIR,
WHAT SOFTWARE I CAN BUY OUT THERE TO WORK ON MY PDA FOR VIEWING MY VIDEO FILES IN DVD QUALITY? AND SECOND WHAT SOFTWARE I CAN BUY ALSO FOR ME TO COPY MY DOCUMENTS LIKE ANSWER AND QUESTION THAT I WANT TO RIP FROM MY COMPUTER I NEED THIS BECAUSE I'M A STUDENT PLANNING TO REVIEW MY LESSONS USING MY PDA.PLEASE HELP 

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Reply # 31125 20-Mar-2006 18:10
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You will find some of these software for DVD backup in our Geekzone StorePocket DVD Wizard is quite good.

To copy documents from your PC to your Pocket PC, simply click the button "Explore" in the ActiveSync program on your PC and it will show the storage available on your Pocket PC. You can then copy and paste documents to that area.

And please don't write all in upper case BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE SHOUTING AT US!






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Reply # 31148 21-Mar-2006 06:56
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I went to your forsale software and want to purchase the Pocket dvd wizard but I can't find my pda model that is compatible with the software I have the Palm Lifedrive.let me know if this one is compatible ith my pda.thanks
James 

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 31150 21-Mar-2006 07:26
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Hey, you have to help us help you! You posted this thread on the Pocket PC forum, and your PDA is a Palm. The links I gave area all for Pocket PC. If you don't say exactly what you have you may ended up with the wrong programs.

Here is the link to Pocket DVD Wizard and this is the search for DVD software for Palm.

I am moving this thread to the Palm software forum.







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  Reply # 31370 23-Mar-2006 12:29
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Pocket DVD Studio for Palm is pretty much the bench mark standard for backing up DVD's for playback on palm.

http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=software.showsoftware&PartnerREF=&siteid=1&prodID=60686

Craig.

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