I download the update SDIO driver so that Tungsten E@ could use a expansion card 2G. After I did a hard reset as instructed then hotsync it the touchscreen remained stuck on the bullseye. Ouch Help. How do I fix it.
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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.
I suspect that you're in fact holding a Palm TX and not a T5 as the T5 does not have WiFi. If you're using the Palm SD WiFi adaptor, do a hard reset without the card.
(hold down the ON/OFF button whilst using the reset pin to press the reset button. You'll be asked if you are sure you wish to reset. You'll then be prompted to choose the language caliberate the screen etc..)
After that. Go and download all the updates and drivers from Palm Web site.
as far as I know the e750 supports the SD-Card I/O standard.
You can check your system seettings, go to START - SETTINGS - SYSTEM - SYSTEM INFORMATION - DRIVERS
There should be seen the SD/MMC Host driver, the SD/MMC Memory Driver and CF Card driver. Also if the gps card needs a driver, it should be installed also!
Perhaps a system reset helps you in the end!
Through the use of an SD or MMC expansion card reader, which connects to your desktop computer, you can copy the contents of your expansion card to your hard drive. Where can you get an SD card reader? Try your local electronics or computer store, or look online.