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05-16-2008 11:45 PM
05-17-2008 07:47 AM
I run XP SP3 with no problems, except with writing Data CD's/Dvd's...it fails to complete successfully.
Sayin that I do not run the Media Manager for anything else other than needing to writing dvd's or cd's...end up going back to XP writing the disc's.
Like other posts have eluded to, are you installing the Media Manager for anything else other then needing to transfer files to the device and from it? If so, installing the media manager is an unneccessary resource stealer...If the devices you have pre sd card then the media manager wil be needed for file transfer.
05-17-2008 10:41 AM
05-17-2008 11:17 AM
Well all I can say is goodluck at findng the issue....
On top of that, your best bet is to rather just cable the device and transfer in that way, it is quick enough and efficient what is required.
RIM have thrown out alot if big hype around Media Manager when the majority just want to do simple transfers, which can be done without it. 95% or so of Media Manager's functionality does not require a device.