__/ [ bfgr@xxxxxxxxx ] on Wednesday 22 February 2006 11:21 \__
> I will definitely follow the progressive backup recommendation.
> As for:
>> Be very careful and double-check the validity
>> and integrity of your data as you go along.
> Is there a way to check the data integrity thru SW ?
> Thanks, Jorge
Under Windows or Mac OSX, you could probably look at the logs on the
desktop's end (or even the handheld -> Home -> HotSync -> Log). There is
usually a pop-up status message, but I wouldn't place much trust in it. I
had some inconsistencies when moving from an M130 to a Tungsten. I don't
think I received any warnings. If you abstain from using some of the 'new
features' there will be no conflicts between the two handhelds and the way
they handle (or 'extend') formats.
Hope it helps and good luck,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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