You have a TX ... use the standard PHOTO/VIDEO application, and switch to
card
or, if you have DocsToGo, it works as well...

"Andrew McMullon" wrote in message
news:13qqupu8m7tnga5@corp.supernews.com...
> Lefty wrote:
>> If you have a card reader which accepts the SD card and you pop the card
>> into the reader, Windows XP (assuming that's what you are running) should
>> pop up a menu after a few seconds with options for what you want to do.
>> One of the options will be to open the card in Windows Explorer. There
>> will be other choices and there should be an option to always perform
>> that action whenever you insert this kind of card.

>
> Of course, but I want to do this on my TX not on my PC.
>
> I've heard other people say that they can just tale the card out of their
> digital camera and view the photos direct on the TX.
>
> This doesn;t appear to work with my Canon SD card. I have to pop the Canon
> card into the reader on the PC and drag the photos into Quick Instal which
> puts them onto the card in the TX at the next hot sync.
>
> Why can't I view them direct from the Camera card in the field?
>
> Is there a filer program for the TX which allows you to view files on the
> card and load into the appropriate TX application?
>
>
>> Ryan wrote:
>>> i don't know about you, but i can take pics on my digital camera,
>>> plop the SD card in and view it in the MEDIA program.
>>>
>>> "Rick" wrote in message
>>> newsan.2006.11.20.12.26.39.255864@nomail.com...
>>>> Can anyone tell me if it possible to view photos/pictures on an SD
>>>> card in a TX without having to do a sync?
>>>>
>>>> Any and all help appreciated.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Rick

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