Don't even have a Droid yet. :)

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    My wife is on her way to the Verizon store to get my new Droid (she's the primary account holder, plus she gets a corporate discount).

    I played with the Droid yesterday and love it.

    So of course, any time I get a new gadget, I track down a user forum for it.

    So far, I can't get the Motorola Media Link software to install in Windows 7. I keep getting an error 1904. I'm sure I'll find a solution once I start sorting through all the forums.
     
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    :welcome: to the forum! We're glad you are here. You'll find lots of usueful information around here.

    Why do you want/need the Motorola software. Your droid will just dock as a usb drive by itself.
     
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    I was hoping the software would act like a Zune or iTunes "hub" to manage media.

    Is the Droid capable of subscribing to podcasts?
     
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    all you need to do is plug the droid into the computer and drag/drop all the music/videos/pictures right into the folder. i like it because it's way more straight forward.