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drbadami
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Installing applications on Palm Life Drive's hard drive??
      #21856 - 11/28/05 03:33 PM

Friends, this is my first post. I am a Doctor of Medicine and recently purchased Palm Life Drive (with the 4gb hard drive). Basically I wanted it to install medical applications and programmes on the 4 GB hard drive.But it does not give an option, so all the programs and applications go on the internal ROM. I have e Pocket PC (Imate Jam) which gives an option to install applications on the SD card. Is it possible to install applications on the 4GB hard drive instead of the Internal ROM? I have at least 35 medical programmes!

Appreciate any help from the experts. ---------- Dr.Badami


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Re: Installing applications on Palm Life Drive's hard drive?? [Re: drbadami]
      #21867 - 11/28/05 10:26 PM

Hi,

The best way to do it is to use Power Run. Its an application which can move apps from the "RAM" to an external card, or in this case, on the 4gb HDD. This will work only for non-alarm applications. This means that if the application you're moving checks the internet, or does something at a regular basis, it will cease to check the internet once moved to the external drive.

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