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Topic # 4338 3-Jul-2005 01:27
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I want to copy a file (260 MB .... yeah, I know ... it is rather large) from my client pc to the sd card on my Pocket PC (IPaq 4155) and thus bypassing the low ppc memory.

The connection works flawlessly but I do not see any progress in copying the file but after a while a message "timeout ....". Smaller files can be copied/moved without trouble.

Can anybody tell what's wrong there and how I can get the file on my sd card.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Reply # 16261 3-Jul-2005 06:57
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I tried to tackle the problemwith a different approach. In that case with creating a PAN and sharing a directory on my client ..... this worked, the copy process directly to the storage card started but after about 15% into the process it ceased for no obvious reason.

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Reply # 16263 3-Jul-2005 07:46
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I am testing this now, with a 120MB zip file - I only have 150MB available on a SD card around here. Will post results soon.





 
 
 
 


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Reply # 16265 3-Jul-2005 08:04
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Got an error at around 40MB... There's a limit on file transfer through ActiveSync. I will look for information to see if this is also applicable here...






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Reply # 16273 3-Jul-2005 16:53
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Thank you for looking into it, too.

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