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Topic # 9211 30-Aug-2006 09:00
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Ive just bought a bigger SD card-2Gb to replace my 1Gb for my Jasjar.

Whats the best way to set it up to replace the old one and file structure??



Copy all of the folders and files onto PC then transfer to card??-using a Card Reader.

Or if I use SPB backup do a back up onto the new card and go from there.-this seems the simplest way

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Reply # 44986 30-Aug-2006 09:23
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Using a card reader is the best, safe and fastest way. Copy everything from the old card to a folder on your PC, insert the new card and copy back... Use, repeat when getting a bigger card.

Gosh - I have a 1GB card and can't fill it! What do you have there man?







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  Reply # 44987 30-Aug-2006 09:29
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Im sort of future proofing the system-didnt really need it yet!! Have a few media files that would chew it up-videos etc. Also have quite a bit of software /programms
Thanks for that-should be easy enough




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  Reply # 45140 1-Sep-2006 14:20
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My new card has just arrived so about to try this move




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