I have completed set up and synchronization of my new E2 and thought I could insert the 512 memory card I was using in the old E2 (battery died). The new E2 doesn't seem to "see" any data on this card. I tried a hard re-set on the old unit but the card was removed before I did this as I feared losing the data. I bought a new device thinking I had protected the data by taking the card out and I could access it in the new unit. What can I do? Thank you.
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Re: Palm Tungsten E2
Before you waste anymore of you information you should send it to palm to have them recall any info on card this way will be garenteed to work take very little money and save time ok . its possible that if you install the palm software on your comp then with the right card reader then you might be able to read from but it depends on how it was saved to card goog luk with this project
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Palm Expansion Slot - Expansion cards can be added for extra memory, data back up or slot content such as reference and language translators, sold separately.
You can use SD, SDIO or MMC memory cards. Take your unit to Office Depot, or Best Buys and purchase one. You can probavbly try it in the store before purchasing.
The problem is simply that the Tungsten E2 cannot read SD cards larger than 1 GB. However, there is a solution that will enable it to read larger cards. A driver called PowerSDHC is available from PalmPowerups.com that will enable the E2 to read cards of any size. I'm now running an 8 GB SDHC card on my E2!
As the previous responder said, the Tungsten E2 cannot read cards over 1 GB. However, there is a wonderful solution available at PalmPowerups.com called PowerSDHC. This wonderful little driver will enable the E2 to read cards of any size! At $20.95, it's a bargain. I installed it on my E2 and now I use an 8 GB SDHC chip!
Synchronize your E2, then work on draining the battery all the way down in order to reduce the effect of battery memory. Memory happens when we repeatedly partially charge a battery. Over time the battery will forget how to keep a full charge, but will remember how to be partially charged. That's usually when users realize there's a problem. The first step is to drain the battery and FULLY charge it at least fully on the battery's indicator, but if you can, let it sit for 24hrs. The second step is to try to use the battery more before charging it and let it charge fully (ie-overnight) before using it when you need to charge it.