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HOWTO: make 'All Photos' start the photo viewer in your storage card.

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This is based on Mandt's work:

http://www.modaco.com/content/Pocket-PC-Ge...of-your-choice/

To make the All Photos link in the NEO interface start the photo program in your memory card instead of in \my documents\my pictures\:

In the registry:

Go to HKLC\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai\:MSPIMG

and change "1" from

pimg.exe

to

\Windows\pimg.exe -directory: "\Storage Card\DCIM"

A reboot should not be needed.

This part is totally optional but you might as well replace the start menu link for the same function:

To make a shortcut that opens the wm6 photo viewer in your storage card, create a shortcut with the following text:

57#\Windows\pimg.exe -directory: \Storage Card\DCIM?:pimgapp

The ?:pimgapp is what allows the icon to have the photo graphic instead of a generic one.

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This is based on Mandt's work:

http://www.modaco.com/content/Pocket-PC-Ge...of-your-choice/

To make the All Photos link in the NEO interface start the photo program in your memory card instead of in \my documents\my pictures\:

In the registry:

Go to HKLC\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai\:MSPIMG

and change "1" from

pimg.exe

to

\Windows\pimg.exe -directory: "\Storage Card\DCIM"

A reboot should not be needed.

This part is totally optional but you might as well replace the start menu link for the same function:

To make a shortcut that opens the wm6 photo viewer in your storage card, create a shortcut with the following text:

57#\Windows\pimg.exe -directory: \Storage Card\DCIM?:pimgapp

The ?:pimgapp is what allows the icon to have the photo graphic instead of a generic one.

thank u very much for this :( ... this may be noob question, but how do u create shortcuts?

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Use File Explorer to Copy, then Paste Shortcut.

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Use File Explorer to Copy, then Paste Shortcut.

And to edit the shortcut, just copy it to your pc, and drag-n-drop it onto notepad.

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Any ideas on how to make the Pictures & Videos in the start menu not only default to the storage card, but show the Camera choice in there? Thx

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Any ideas on how to make the Pictures & Videos in the start menu not only default to the storage card, but show the Camera choice in there? Thx

I was wondering the exact same thing. The camera icon only appears when looking at \My Documents\My Pictures\.

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Hello,

&nbs

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Hello,

Iknow this thread is so

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old. But can someone walk me

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old. But can someone walk me through on

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old. But can someone walk me through on how to

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old. But can someone walk me through on how to creat a shortcut on this? Im a total n00b sorry.

Thanks,

Andre

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Hello,

I know this thread is so old. But can someone walk me through on how to creat a shortcut on this? Im a total n00b sorry.

Thanks,

Andre

The very first post walks you through it, but it's kind of hard to offer help when I lose motivation after scrolling through 10 posts that say the same thing. Not to mention a word or two is changed proving you actually are that annoying and not simply overclick the heck out of the submit button.

Get a mobile registry editor

Follow steps in post one

Save changes and exit

You are now finished

Only thing I would like to add is it should really be \Storage Card\DCIM\100MEDIA if you don't want to have to open that folder every time you go to all pictures. As far as the camera issue, there is an option in the registry somewhere that allows you to enable and disable these, its not under the camera, but I think its under software\microsoft somewhere. Ill find it and get back to you.

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