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QuickInstall Won't Sync Photos - Why?

My quickinstall has always worked just fine...until now. I have some photos I'd like to transfer from my XP Home pc, but they just won't move. Does anyone have any idea why this is happening?

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Since you have been able to sync everything, I would try a hard-reset. This should place all of the Palm Photo files back on your Palm.

Posted on Sep 12, 2005

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Do you notice any change in the way the photos application works on your Palm (such as if you click on it it flickers then goes back to the "home" screen) Also it sounds like syncing other stuff through quick install works, but photos do not, Is this correct? If it is then I would suggest looking through the CD for the photo's application for your palm, and reinstalling just the photo's.

Posted on Sep 12, 2005

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