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Data Synchronizer

Dec
16
2015
by : Bupeko. Posted in : blog

Table of Contents
A. Data Synchronizer ………………………………………………………………………………………………1
A1. Set up your Data Synchronizer…………………………………………………………………….1
A2. Synchronize your data………………………………………………………………………………..5
A2.1 Synchronize My DataSync Folder …………………………………………………….5
A2.2 Synchronize My Favorite Folder…………………………………………………….. 10
A2.3 Synchronize My Document Folder …………………………………………………. 14
A3. Data Synchronizer Tips ……………………………………………………………………………. 18
A4. Eject Function…………………………………………………………………………………………. 21
Special Notice
All pictures shown in this manual are for reference use only. This manual will not be
updated if there is any version update of any of the Finger Printer software, unless the
method of operation of the software changes.
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Step 3 You will see the main screen of the Data Synchronizer. Click
“Setting”.
Step 4 You can see the following main setting screen with 5 options.
Option 1 Label of my DataSync
This function allows you to label your removable partition of your
Finger Printer, it applies to both the public removable partition and
secure removable partition, depending on which removable partition
are you in when you do the labeling. What ever is entered here,
you can see it when you right click on the removable drive of your
Finger Printer and select property.
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You can type in any name you want, but no longer than 11 characters
in length.
Option 2 Confirm Synchronize
Tick the box if you want a confirm message window to appear every
time before synchronization take place.
Option 3 Always on Top
Tick the box if you want the Data Synchronizer program windows to
stay on top of all other application program windows.
Option 4 Splash Screen
When you start your Data Synchronizer, you will see a fancy Data
Synchronizer logo showing on your screen.
Un-tick the box if you do not want to see this logo showing, every
time when you start up your Data Synchronizer.
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Option 5 Language
Select and change the display language.
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A2. Synchronize your data
From the Data Synchronizer main screen, click “Synchronize File”.
You will see the following screen.
A2.1 Synchronize My DataSync Folder
This option allows you to synchronize a selected folder on your hard drive
and the selected folder on your removable partition (public or secure) of
your Finger Printer.
Step 1 Click “Setup folder” button to set the folder that you
want to synchronize.
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Step 2 Select a folder from your hard disk drive. The folder on your
Finger Printer is set to a default folder “My Files”, you can
change this folder (if you wish) by typing in the folder name.
Remember, you must specify the drive too.
Click “OK” to finish setting up, or click to restore
default value.
Step 3 Click the “Synchronize my DataSync folder” button.
Step 4 You will see the following screen. The files of the folder that
you selected from your hard drive are shown as the “Source”,
the time of when each file was last modified also showed.
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Step 5 The Data Synchronizer program will auto detects and compares
the files of both the source folder and destination folder and
suggest the operation required (see following examples).
Example 1
The source files selected cannot be found on the Finger Printer, so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the source files to the Finger Printer, by
showing the “→” mark.
Example 2
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer. Since there are
no differences of the files, so Data Synchronizer suggested doing nothing
by showing the “X” mark.
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Example 3
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer, also found,
there is one file which was modified (because it had a later date), so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the file from Finger Printer to the source
folder and overwrites the same file in the source folder by showing the
“←” mark. Since there is no changes to other files, so Data
Synchronizer suggested doing nothing for other files.
Step 6 Once you have selected the operator for each file, click
the “Synchronize” button to start synchronize the selected files
on your PC and your Finger Printer.
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Step 7 A confirm message window will pop up and check with you one
last time that files have been selected, do you really want to
synchronize these files ?
Please note, this message window will only show, if you have
selected “Confirm Synchronize” in the Data Synchronizer
setting. (refer to section – “Set up your Data Synchronizer”)
Click “OK” to synchronize or to cancel the operation.
Note : Please also refer to section – “Data Synchronizer Tips”.
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A2.2 Synchronize My Favorite Folder
Step 1 Click “Setup folder” button to set the folder that you
want to synchronize.
Step 2 Select the “My Favorites” folder from your hard disk drive.
The folder on your Finger Printer is set to a default folder “My
Favorites”, you can change this folder (if you wish) by typing in
the folder name. Remember, you must specify the drive too.
Click “OK” to finish setting up, or click to restore
default value.
Step 3 Click “Synchronize my favorite folder” button.
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Step 4 You will see the following screen. The files of the folder that
you selected from your hard drive are shown as the “Source”,
the time of when each file was last modified also showed.
Step 5 The Data Synchronizer program will auto detects and compares
the files of both the source folder and destination folder and
suggest the operation required (see following examples).
Example 1
The source files selected cannot be found on the Finger Printer, so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the source files to the Finger Printer, by
showing the “→” mark.
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Example 2
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer. Since there are
no differences of the files, so Data Synchronizer suggested doing nothing
by showing the “X” mark.
Example 3
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer, also found,
there is one file which was modified (because it had a later date), so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the file from Finger Printer to the source
folder and overwrites the same file in the source folder by showing the
“←” mark. Since there is no changes to other files, so Data
Synchronizer suggested doing nothing for other files.
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Step 6 Once you have selected the operator for each file, click
the “Synchronize” button to start synchronize the selected files
on your PC and your Finger Printer.
Step 7 A confirm message window will pop up and check with you one
last time that files have been selected, do you really want to
synchronize these files ?
Please note, this message window will only show, if you have
selected “Confirm Synchronize” in the Data Synchronizer
setting. (refer to section – “Set up your Data Synchronizer”)
Click “OK” to synchronize or to cancel the operation.
Note : Please also refer to section – “Data Synchronizer Tips”.
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A2.3 Synchronize My Document Folder
Step 1 Click “Setup folder” button to set the folder that you
want to synchronize.
Step 2 Select the “My Documents” folder from your hard disk drive.
The folder on your Finger Printer is set to a default folder “My
Documents”, you can change this folder (if you wish) by typing
in the folder name. Remember, you must specify the drive too.
Click “OK” to finish setting up, or click to restore
default value.
Step 3 Click “Synchronize my documents folder” button.
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Step 4 You will see the following screen. The files of the folder that
you selected from your hard drive are shown as the “Source”,
the time of when each file was last modified also showed.
Step 5 The Data Synchronizer program will auto detects and compares
the files of both the source folder and destination folder and
suggest the operation required (see following examples).
Example 1
The source files selected cannot be found on the Finger Printer, so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the source files to the Finger Printer, by
showing the “→” mark.
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Example 2
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer. Since there are
no differences of the files, so Data Synchronizer suggested doing nothing
by showing the “X” mark.
Example 3
The source files selected was found on the Finger Printer, also found,
there is one file which was modified (because it had a later date), so Data
Synchronizer suggested copying the file from Finger Printer to the source
folder and overwrites the same file in the source folder by showing the
“←” mark. Since there is no changes to other files, so Data
Synchronizer suggested doing nothing for other files.
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Step 6 Once you have selected the operator for each file, click
the “Synchronize” button to start synchronize the selected files
on your PC and your Finger Printer.
Step 7 A confirm message window will pop up and check with you one
last time that files have been selected, do you really want to
synchronize these files ?
Please note, this message window will only show, if you have
selected “Confirm Synchronize” in the Data Synchronizer
setting. (refer to section – “Set up your Data Synchronizer”)
Click “OK” to synchronize or to cancel the operation.
Note : Please also refer to section – “Data Synchronizer Tips”.
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A3. Data Synchronizer Tips
Tip 1 Change the operator for all files
You can change the operator for all files together by pressing the
“Operator” button on the bar.
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Tip 2 Operators
Operator → : Copy from source to destination and overwrite existing
file.
Operator ← : Copy from destination to source and overwrite existing
file.
Operator D : Delete function. It will ask you if you want to delete
the source files one by one. If you delete the source file,
it will then ask you if you want to delete the destination
file. If you did not delete the source file, then it will not
ask you if you want to delete the destination file or not.
Operator X : Do nothing.
Tip 3 Select your own operator
You can select the operator you want for each file. Simply right click
the mouse button at the file’s operator and select the operator you want.
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Tip 4 Select multi-files
You can select multi-files by holding down the “Ctrl” key on your
keyboard, and then select the files using your mouse.
Tip 5 Change the operator for multi-files
Select the files that you want (see tip 4), then at any of the selected file
right click your mouse button to call up the operator menu. Select the
operator you want and all operators of the selected files will change.
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A4. Eject Function
The eject button acts like the Window’s “Eject” function. Clicking the eject button
it will safe remove your Finger Printer just like you are doing a safe remove from
Windows operating system. This step will ensure you that all the changes had been
made to your Finger Printer.
Please note, if you do not safe remove your Pen Drive, you may loss your
data.
Remarks – Windows Safe Remove
Double-click (Unplug or Eject Hardware) in the system tray in the lower right
hand corner of your screen. A message window will appear, select the name of
the device that you want to remove, and then click the “Stop” button.
Confirm the device that you want to remove by click “OK”, wait till the LED light
dimmed, then remove from USB port.
If you cannot safe remove the device, please try again later.

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