So then the 0 RAM bein used that I see from the
Extras Drawer and Dashboard reading has noting to do
with the built-in apps??
According to the Extras Drawer there is nothing on the
internal store-NOT EVEN THE BUILT IN APPS-However the
icons only appear in the card's store . But when I
try to file them on internal it says they are already
there. but they don't show up in the internal store.
Like I said I could do a wipe but I ponder that even
if the apps are Read-Only the icons migt be lost if I
wipe the card.
--- Laurent Daudelin <laurent_daudelin_at_fanniemae.com>
> On 20/03/02 12:32, "MuHammed Lonon"
> <mjl3781_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Well if the are soldered then the problem is worst
> > than I thought because when I take all the
> > off the internal store. Both the Extras Drawer
> > Dashboard say that there is nothing left-that the
> > memory is empty. So whatever they are getting this
> > info from is messed up as well. I am also
> > of "wiping". I have a back up of stuff but if
> it's on
> > the card what happens when i wipe the card???
> Hmmm, I don't know what's going on, but I think
> there is a bit of confusion
> about what you describe as what you're seeing and
> what we think you see.
> If you open Extras, there should be a few items in
> there. They're *NOT* in
> the internal store, although they look like they
> are, but they are *NOT*.
> They are in ROM and so far, I still have to meet
> someone who was able to
> erase a Read Only Memory.
> That being said, are you sure that Extras is set to
> show you *ALL* items on
> *ALL* stores? Check the popup menu at the top of the
> Extras window. If you
> tap the window title, a popup should appear. Make
> sure that "All icons" and
> "All Stores" are checked.
> Report back here with your findings and we'll take
> it from there...
> Laurent Daudelin Developer,
> Multifamily, ESO, Fannie Mae
> Washington, DC, USA
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