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Is the LifeDrive multilingual??? I'm taking Spanish, and want to make my LD's language Spanish. I'm Drive Moding everything on HDD now to my computer, and will sync. But I dont remember if that dday I turned it on in June, there was a screen for me to choose my language....

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Re: Is the LifeDrive multilingual??? I'm taking Spanish,...

Palms sold in Europe are mulitilingual. The ones sold in the U.S. are not.

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It wont power on how do i get the palmone lifedrive to come on it dont even come on even when begin charged


Usually those symptoms mean a motherboard problem or a battery problem. Both are replaceable and worth doing if you use your LD.

You can try a power reset. Plug the LD in and hold the 5 way button down then reset the Ld using the reset button. You may need 3 hands to do this. Sometimes this will reset the power section and get you running.

Jul 17, 2009 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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Where can I find Lifedrive Hotsync software. I am out of town and don't have my original CD. I am trying to get the updated software for my LD. Thanks, Brian


Just go to the plamone website and download and install the dektop software for the LD. That will let you hotsync and upload to the LD

Jun 06, 2009 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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Docs and media onto a LifeDrive with Vista


The problem is that the Palm desktop sfotware that works with the LD doesn't work well with vista so you need to do things a bit differently.

I copy files to sdcards if they are say movies or music in otherwords big or lots of files as it is faster. If I want to copy my documents to the ld hardrive simply plug the LD into the usb data cable and then turn on drive mode. Vista will now recognize your ld as just another flash drive or usb drive device. Copy the files to the hardrive or even the sdcard if its in the slot. You can create your own directories in either place so it is easy to know where your files are.

May 14, 2009 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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Hotsync disconnects my LD


I've had this problem getting these set up in the past for customers.

What you want to do is go to your device manager and sync the palm while the window is open.

Look for a yellow triangle with an ! in the middle of it down towards the bottom by USB controllers.

If it pops up, double click on it and go to the drivers and try to reinstall your driver.

Sep 03, 2007 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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Dead LifeDrive


I would guess you bought a dud micro drive or its been cleaned off. You could try a hard reset and see if it fixes itself. Perhaps the fellow cleaned off his information but hopefully he left the restore partition alone. You can rebuild that if you extract the files from the 2.0 upgrade and so on. There are a few tutorials on how and what to do on some of the hardcore LD sites.

Hopefully you didn't harm the board itself with a static discharge. I've seen a few guys do the swap and end up with a dead LD but usually they don't see anything at all.

May 22, 2007 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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Lost files - due to soft reset?


just check your PalmOne folder, see if anything there, i.e., : C:\Program Files\palmOne\\Internal Drive Backup *********************** well, a hard reset should be able to restore to LD new-out-of-the-box state, if you don't need to save any corrupted files in LD drive... But if they are something really important, what you can do is to copy whatever files out to a PC (i.e., via drive mode on a PC), and see if you can recover it with data recovery apps, or better yet, do it straight on the LD drive - although the chance of success is slim. What you described on previous post, sounds like the FAT table has messed up, and seems very similar to a PC HDD failure.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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Lost files - due to soft reset?


hmm, just check your PalmOne folder, see if anything there, i.e., : C:\Program Files\palmOne\\Internal Drive Backup *********************** well, a hard reset should be able to restore to LD new-out-of-the-box state, if you don't need to save any corrupted files in LD drive... But if they are something really important, what you can do is to copy whatever files out to a PC (i.e., via drive mode on a PC), and see if you can recover it with data recovery apps, or better yet, do it straight on the LD drive - although the chance of success is slim. What you described on previous post, sounds like the FAT table has messed up, and seems very similar to a PC HDD failure.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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Wikipedia with lifedrive?


tr3 files are desktop PC files, they must be converted to .pdb files by the TomeRaider desktop program. Changing the file extention does not convert the data to Palm format, it is still PC data.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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Wikipedia with lifedrive?


tr3 files are desktop PC files, they must be converted to .pdb files by the TomeRaider desktop program. Changing the file extention does not convert the data to Palm format, it is still PC data.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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