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activesync folder to SD card.

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Now I got a new memory card I wanna be able to have a folder on my PC desktop that I can sync to the SD card (for mp3's).

Searched the site yet again but as always I never get any results from this search engine.

How can I do this - the default is the 'my documents' on the device itself.

I realise that I can just drag and drop the files accross, but I'd rather just plug it in and have it done automatically.

Cheers

debully

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oh just found the PPC reg hack:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows CE Services\FileSyncPath

this causes activesync to transfer the files at a ridiculously slow speed - normal?

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Activesync is considerably slower than using a card reader to copy files directly...

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