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Be-300 picture and music won't load

I just got a Casio BE-300 pocket manager. I can't figure out how to load music or pictures onto it. I have loaded both the picture viewer and the music program onto my plamtop PC. If someone could give me detailed instructions on how to do this I would appreciate it. I am running Windows XP on my computer. Thanks

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Re: Be-300 picture and music won't load

Be-300 is not the standard Win CE 3.0 It requires PCConnect software for communication. Download it from the following link. http://casio.monacocorp.co.nz/cassiopeia/

Posted on Sep 06, 2005

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The password is an easy thing to get rid of. The problem is, a full factory restore is required. First do a hard reset and then restore the BE300 to factory defaults. The password will be reset.

Hard Reset: Press and hold the Power Button. At the same time, press the rest button on the left side of the device with the stylus (pen). You will see a blue scroll saying Initializing. Press and hold the OK button. Once the Initializing is done, the BE300 will go into the Safe Mode screen. Press OK and follow the instructions to the Restore Screen. From here, you can perform a Factory Restore but you need the original CD or a download of the Factory Restore BIN file.

For full BE-300 support, go to www.be300.org It's dedicated to the BE300 and everything you will need is there.

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The BE300 uses PC Connect and will not work with Activesync. All the original software and upgrades are available at www.be300.org

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you should give up uploading music to your PDA and start to creat your own... Try Griff - I can't put mine down!!!

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I don't have the camera, but I would expect it will store those images in My Documents either in the Nand Dick area or (preferably) on the CF card. You would transfer them either through Copy and Paste with an Active Sync connection, or a PCConnect folder sync, or also with PCConnect using copy and paste within beXplore. Another method would be to remove your CF card and use a CF card reader connected to your PC, usually via USB. Or you could try a can opener ;-)

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Seeing that you are using a EM500 with only 16mb of RAM, you might want to get a SD/MMC Card. With that being said, let's do this, shall we? Connect your PPC to your desktop using ActiveSync, then press on the TAB "Explore" then "My Pocket PC". You are interest in the "My Documents" folder, that is where you will place your .WMA, MP3, OGG files. Just copy the music file from your desktop that you want on your PPC, and then paste it to the "My Documents" folder of your PPC. Now if you have a storage card (MMC/SD), you will have to create a folder on the storage card and name it to "My Documents". So you will then have 2 My Documents folders, one on storage card, and 1 on the PPC. If you want the Music file on the storage card to save space on your PPC, then do the following. Connect the PPC to your desktop using activesync, then press on the TAB "Explore" then "My Pocket PC". You then need to click on the "Storage Card" folder, there you will see your "My Documents" folder you created. Just copy the music file from your desktop that you want on your PPC, then paste it to that folder. To speed things up, you can also use a MMC/SD Reader. you can then copy and paste directly on the memory card, without going thru ActiveSync. Goodluck, and have fun!

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