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    Exclamation Syncronising Music and DIVX

    I am wondering what applications people are using to sync files on the CarPC. I have a CarPC with Wifi and looking for a suitable application. Whats best?

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    There was some discussion, try searching... I know somepeople use Microsoft Offline Folders, but i'm not sure how it is setup... it is included in XP I believe...

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    I use a program called Replicator from Karenware.com which works wonders. Very very easy to use. You can either use it standalone or it's included with Frodoplayer.
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    Karenware replicator works great to get the initial load of stuff over... after that Offline folders work well although you do have a little more overhead on your system...
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    Quote Originally Posted by strohj
    Karenware replicator works great to get the initial load of stuff over... after that Offline folders work well although you do have a little more overhead on your system...

    how does this offline folder stuff work?

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    You might be fine for MP3's but you're going to have a heck of a time with divx. Well, that depends on the size. Mine are around 700-800 megs so your looking at 20-30mins a peice. A long time to sit with the engine running in your driveway.

    I use a removable HD that fits in a 5 1/4 bay. Slide it out and slide it into my home desktop, drag the files over then take the HD with me next time I leave and put it back in the car.

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    There is a program out there called "ghost files"

    made by http://www.lowrieweb.com/ghostfiles.htm ...it $30 but there is a trial.

    I have had this program for quite sometime and I use to use it to replicate stuff over to my webserver (for website back up purposes)

    all it requires is some drive mappings ...works wonderfully
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    Quote Originally Posted by camsgs3
    how does this offline folder stuff work?
    basically you have to have a mapped drive.... you then right click on it.. and say make files and folders available offline


    something like that

    do a search in help if you dont see it...
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    This is the program I use and I highly recommend it compared to M$oft's offline folders

    http://allwaysync.com/

    and its Free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bd3521
    This is the program I use and I highly recommend it compared to M$oft's offline folders

    http://allwaysync.com/

    and its Free.
    Thanks for pointing to allwaysync, i'm gonna try this now and tell you how it went

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