[Vrstream] Slickest Way to Transfer DTB's

Chris Nusbaum dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com
Fri Dec 23 18:01:31 EST 2011

Hi Max,

You could probably use Windows Explorer, as it will transfer even 
files it doesn't support onto a thumb drive.


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 ----- Original Message -----
From: "Max G.  Swanson" <swando99 at iphouse.com
To: vrStream at vrstreamusers.org
Date sent: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 13:30:41 -0600
Subject: [Vrstream] Slickest Way to Transfer DTB's

If restoring contents of my SD card doesn't work in bulk, what's 
the best
way to copy individual books to the new one?  In Windows 
Explorer, various
book names are listed under $VRdtb.  Eliminating the Bookshare 
ones, can
the files be transferred to a thumb drive?  (Don't see why not.)

Should I attempt to use Companion either way, or Windows 
Explorer?  I'll
report back on results too.
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