I am looking for a freee download that would let the flash drive sync with the computer to back up files,since files (like pictures and music) change and grow a lot.I had heard kingston had a free downlaod that would do this..anyone help me out with finding where to download it from?
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I have a flash drive that has two detection programs. I downloaded it and put it on the flash drive for my parent's computer. (They have the same version of widows.) I'll get it back and give you the site(s) to try.
In the mean time, go to your Adobe flash player and see if there are up-dates. I had a slight glitch with that on my laptop. on up-date, it found a problem and I let it correct it. It's just a shot.
(I saved this in a folder. Weather permitting, I should go there tomorrow, I'll grab the flash drive.)
I think the function is actually "upload" but that's just perception. When I plug a memory stick in, it opens up a dialog box that lets mey "sync" the music files, or just open up the device to look at files. Since I know that most music has extensions of .mp3 .wma .wav etc, I can find and copy them to the hard drive on my computer with the usual copy commands.
It's pretty easy after you do it a couple of times.
connect your phone to computer, use cable data, chose mass storage option
insert the cd to the computer cd room
at computer open windows explorer, there must show hard drive, cd drive and phone drive
at windows explorer open cd drive look at the music that you want to download to your phone
right click at music file that you want to download then chose copy
open phone drive, and open music/sound folder then right click then chose paste
and you was do download music from cd to phone
I purchased my data cable for my A707 on ebay for .99c. It works great. You will have to go to the Samsung website and download the software for the Sync. Or you can purchase the flash drive look a like where you place your memory card in it and then you can put your songs on it. By memory card I do not mean your ATT sim card. Some people do not know the difference that it why I am stating that here.
You need to have the WD Sync program on your computer; you can get it from your WD Passport, or, over the Internet. Once you have the software on your computer, you can synchronize.
WARNING: Do not think that theyourWD Passport, using the WD Sync software, is a backup drive; it is NOT !
As per the documentation with this device: "synchronization software is intended to synchronize the data from a computer to the drive (WD Passport) and SHOULD NOT be used as backup software. To use this software properly, we advise that you do not wipe or erase the data from the internal hard drive (computer) and resynchronize, as this will cause the data that WD Sync stored to the Passport to be deleted."
This is why you are hearing so many people saying that they are deleting the WD Sync software, reformatting, and using the WC Passport as a true backup drive where you can actually see the files that you are backing up, rather than a bunch of unrecognizable sync files that likely don't have all thefiles that you thought you "backed up".
you should go into your computer to my computer. then file programs.look for palm then open. look for your user name open then look for backup file rename the back up file then hot sync the phone then use the same user name it will start up a new back up folder. you might have something on your phone that the phone do not agree with. this should work if you hot sync your phone to your computer.
If oyu want to download to your computer, you will have to find a software utility or run an apple script to do so. If you are looking to back your computer up to your hard drive, syncing... you may want to looking into products like retrospect or chrono sync, though I am not sure if I understand your question? Is what you what to download from the internet? Or are you looking for a scheduled back up?