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Replacing the flash disk of a PDA

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Anonymous
June 17, 2004 7:07:06 PM

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I have a PDA with a built-in flash disk of 32 MB.
I would like to replace this with a flash disk of 256 MB.
Is this flash disk a piece of hardware like an SD card?
Can I open the device, replace the flash disk by a larger one, close
the device and be happy?
Or is this a "non user serviceable" part?

Thanks, best regards - tghytghytghy

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Anonymous
June 18, 2004 7:22:45 AM

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Bad News - this is a non user serviceable part.

Ok News - Depending on the PDA you have, it could be upgraded at Pocket PC
Techs - http://www.pocketpctechs.com/ - again, depending on the model you
have, it could be done, but it also may just be too expensive.

Hope this helps.


"tghytghytghy" <tghytghytghy@netscape.net> wrote in message
news:e88301ec.0406171407.ef644ed@posting.google.com...
> I have a PDA with a built-in flash disk of 32 MB.
> I would like to replace this with a flash disk of 256 MB.
> Is this flash disk a piece of hardware like an SD card?
> Can I open the device, replace the flash disk by a larger one, close
> the device and be happy?
> Or is this a "non user serviceable" part?
>
> Thanks, best regards - tghytghytghy
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