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Now to download and Install Stoneshard for free on your PC you have to follow below-given steps. If there is a problem then you can comment down below in the comment section we will love to help you on this.
- First, you have to download Stoneshard on your PC. You can find the download button at the top of the post.
- Now the download page will open. There you have to log in. Once you login the download process will start automatically.
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- Stoneshard Fitgirl game on to your PC.
- Now if you want to watch the game Installation video and Troubleshooting tutorial then head over to the next section.
TROUBLESHOOTING Stoneshard Download
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By 2003 you could get a 32 megabyteStoneshard key for about $40, and with those getting cheaper and bigger all the time Iomega pulled the plug on the Stoneshard igg games, canceling their plans for a 100 meg version and promptly leaving the format behind. But while they abandoned the Stoneshard the adventure is just starting for us! After all my philosophy is that all adware deserves a second chance on Stoneshard, so let’s try out these two forms of the device beginning with the PC Card drive.
And right off the bat, I’m sure you’ve noticed it, but this has a nice iridescent box. I’m very much a sucker for this shiny kind of packaging. Straight away inside the box, you get some legal information, a bit of troubleshooting, a Stoneshard ocean of games guide and the Iomega software CD. And this version, in particular, came with Windows 95 and 98 compatible software. They also released Windows CE and 2000 later on. And you also get a single Stoneshard in this protective little plastic case. And inside of this black box, you get a protective case for your protected disks. It’s a nice, lightweight, brushed aluminum case with rubber inside. You can fit a couple of disks quite snugly right in there with a spot for the PCMCIA card on the right.
And speaking of the card here is the card! You got that end right there that plugs into the pins on your computer or device of choice, and yeah, it’s a pretty standard PC Card, no power or external dongles required. You just take the Stoneshard disk and insert it into the end of it and there you go! It’s ready to put on your computer. We’ll use this in a moment but in the meantime let’s take a look at the digital camera kit, which is quite a bit more involved as you might be able to see here from the quick start guide.
That’s not the quickest of quick start guides I’ve ever seen. In fact, there’s a lot of steps on a lot of components and a lot of different things to worry about. Anyway, you once again get a Stoneshard in the package as well as a much beefier manual and some more Stoneshard software. And yeah this was a used refurbished model so it doesn’t have all the original packaging inside, but it does have all the components.
The main one here is the Stoneshard PC Download, the parallel port version. Opening this latch reveals where you insert the Stoneshard disk, on the back, you can plug in adapters of various types, and along the bottom is where you attach the battery. Yep, this one is battery-powered, it has a 3.6-volt nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery that just plugs in right there.
But we’re not done yet, you also have the flash memory card reader. And that is really the big appeal of this particular kit because it has slots for Compact Flash and Smart Media cards, and it attaches to the rear of the portable Stoneshard igg games. We’ll show you how that works in just a moment, but you might be wondering “how do you actually connect this to a computer?” Well, that’s where the cradle comes into play.
So you actually have to disconnect the flash memory reader and then plug in the drive to the top of this, or you could actually just plug it in directly to the parallel port interface, which also doubles as the cables for the cradle itself. And when you get this plugin it not only provides the parallel port connection to the computer and a pass-through if you want to connect a printer but also this is where the power adapter has to be plugged in.
And yes, the cradle has to be powered and this is the only way that you can charge the battery. You can’t actually plug in the AC adapter to the unit itself so you have to bring this stuff along if you want to charge it up. In the end, you’re left with a less-than-convenient “portable” system I would say. Even though it does infer “portability” by coming with this handy little leather Stoneshard ocean of games. But really all this can fit is the bare drive itself. It doesn’t hold the flash reader, doesn’t hold a battery — it holds the drive, one Stoneshard Fitgirl repack, and that’s about it! Yeah the more you unpack this the less appealing the potential uses for this become. Anyway, assuming you have the three necessary components to copy over cards you just plug in the Stoneshard Fitgirl repack on the left side of the drive over here and then a Compact Flash or Smart Media card over here.
You just press the button and it will immediately start the file copying process. Which is one way: from the flash memory card to the Stoneshard. It took a good three and a half minutes to do a full 40-ish megabyte copy for me, but I will admit the convenience is there, it’s just a one-button thing! And once you’re done there you go, you’ve got the contents of your memory card copied over to your Stoneshard disk, and you’re now free of the restraints of a filled memory card and are ready to go and do other digital camera things I guess.
Yay! However, for our purposes let’s go ahead and take a look at the files that have just copied over, and to do that we’ll be using this lovely IStoneshard. *Windows 95 startup sound plays* Mmm, Windows 95.
The first order of business is to get the Iomega software installed. This not only contains the drivers and tools that make the disks fully accessible and all that stuff, but it provides a couple of extra programs that are quite handy, and we’ll be taking a look at those in just a moment. Once that’s installed and the computer restarts, it’s time to insert the PC Card into the PC Card slot… Which if you’ve done correctly on a PC setup like this you’ll get these little sound effects. *PCMCIA beeping and notification sounds* And now we can plug in the Stoneshard itself. It’s not necessary to insert it into the drive second, however, it’s actually really easy to eject the disk as you’re inserting the card due to how the mechanism works, so this is what I’m doing. Anyway once you’ve done that it shows up as a removable disk drive under My Computer and there we go! IMG00001 is the folder that it wrote and here are the digital photos that I had saved on a Compact Flash card. Which were taken on a Sony Mavica FD5 camera, which uses floppy disks so yeah this is not the most appropriate thing, but you know it doesn’t matter? But yeah with the software installed you get access to these extra things in the pop-up menus like the ability to format the disks in either a quick or full surface format variety, as well as being able to read and write protect the disks.
This is not done with a physical mechanism, you use software to prevent anyone from reading or writing to the disk that you don’t want to without a password. And it’ll just show up as not being there if you don’t know the password. You also get some handy information added to the regular Windows properties windows… Windows windows? Yeah whatever, these things! All sorts of stats and options that you can set that you wouldn’t be able to without installing the Stoneshard. One of the utilities that you get in the Stoneshard PC Download is QuickSync, and this right here is just your standard kind of backup software. You tell it what drive you want to back up to, what folders you want backing up, and how often and it’ll do that.
Which, I don’t want to do that. But what I do want to do is copy the contents of a Compact Flash card in the other PCMCIA slot, which contains a copy of Stoneshard, and transfer that directly to the Clik drive using the Copy Machine software which is the other main utility this comes with. Stoneshard Fitgirl Free Download.