I have been following the various discussions about possibly using the Clik (now known as Pocket Zip) PCMCIA card drive. This is the one that is fully contained in a PC card, as opposed to the one that just has a PC card interface. No one reported whether they had actually tried installing one.
I am happy to report that I have succesfully installed this drive on my epods, v.2.04. I followed the links in earlier posts to the cecity discussion boards where at least one person reported success on another WinCE device. Feeling empowered by this report I bid on a click PC Card drive at http://www.ubid.com
I won one for $29 plus $7(!) shipping. While I was there I bid on some disks,too.
Here's what I did:
1) Downloaded these drivers from Sharp's Japanese site to my epods:
2) Double-clicked on the Clik!PCCard.CAB file.
3) Clicked OK to all the dialog boxes. They are mostly gibberish,
presumably because they are encoded in Japanese.
4) Did a soft reset.
5) Inserted the Clik! drive.
6) Inserted a Clik! disk.
The Clik! disk appears as a storage card. And an icon appears in the lower, right-hand corner. Clicking on this icon launches the TOOLS.EXE application that was installed on the epods. Thankfully this app is in English.
I hope this helps you all. I'm very excited since these disks run $7 - $12 each and are 40 mb each.
(Wireless from my epods, of course.)