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File Folders I have somehow managed to create 2 folders for my photos when I go into view my photos. I have deleted the contents of the folders but I cant seem to delete the folders...?

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You cant delete the folders as the camera makes them to store photos , when you just connect the memory stick without the camera into a card reader you can delete the photos .However the 2 folders are there because 1 is used to store the internal memory pictures and the memory stick or you might have created another folder by changing the path of storage

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How do I remove a duplicate "My Documents" folder in Windows 7


Rename the folder you want to remove, then delete.

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Not found music player


im sorry about that!!

 

i went to

http://nds1.nokia.com/phones/files/guides/Nokia_3110_classic_UG_en.pdf

 

 

Your device includes a music player for listening to music tracks or other MP3 or AAC sound files that you have downloaded from

the web or transferred to the device with Nokia PC Suite. See "Nokia PC Suite," p. 40.

Music files stored in the music folder in the device memory or on the memory card are automatically detected and added to the

music library during the startup of the device.

To open the music player, select Menu > Media > Music player.

 

 

to manage the songs and stuff like that:

Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other content from being copied,

modified, transferred or forwarded.

Manage images, video clips, music files, themes, graphics, tones, recordings, and received files. These files are stored in the

device memory or an attached memory card and may be arranged in folders.

Your device supports an activation key system to protect acquired content. Always check the delivery terms of any content and

activation key before acquiring them, as they may be subject to a fee.

Folders and files

To see the list of folders, select Menu > Gallery.

To view the list of files in a folder, select a folder and Open.

To see the available options of a folder or a file, select a folder or a file and Options.

To view the folders of the memory card when moving a file, scroll to the memory card, and press the scroll key right.

****

****IF ITS MISSING ALL TOGETHER:

To reset some of the menu settings to their original values, select Menu > Settings > Restore factory sett.. Enter the security

code.

The names and phone numbers saved in Contacts are not deleted.

 

I hope this helps!!!!

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Unable to download folders (photos, personal documents, etc) from 5 y/o Pentium PC to IBM TravelStar 2.0 USB External Hard Drive with following message appearing... "Cannot create and replace (folder)...


Can you "read" any files from the external disk-drive?
Can you "delete" any files/folders from the external disk-drive?
Can you click 'File' and 'New' and 'Folder' to create a new folder on the drive?

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What ever i push in the main menu, it says file sys err


It sounds like something has become corrupted in the main files. If you have all your photos, music and videos STILL on your computer - YOU DID SOMETHING RIGHT!

STEP ONE:

In order to not loose the Coby MANAGER FOLDER

1. Go into "My Computer" Coby will show up under "Removable Drive/ Storage"
2. Double Click the icon to open the Coby player.
3. Save ALL the system folders to a folder you create on your desktop.
(You might want to save everything including your music, movies and photos also! That makes it easier to restore them later.)
A. Right Click and Hold the Mouse on each folder -
B. Drag to the desktop folder you created
C. Release the mouse button
D. Select "COPY HERE" on the pop-up screen
E. Double check that your properties for the desktop folder is the same size, # of folders and # of files - as the ones on the player.
1. Go to EDIT /Select ALL in folder
2. Go to FILE /Properties
3. Choose "Properties"

If the same size, # of folders, # of files are both on your computer and in the player, Close out all opened folders (that you're using to view the contents of the player)
F. Disconnect the player from the computer using the Coby Manager or Safely Remove Hardware.


STEP TWO:

1. Go into Coby Manager the program is still on your computer unless you've changed computers or computer drives. (See Below STEP THREE)
2. Go to Device Tab
3. Make sure the Coby Player is TURNED OFF ! ! !
3. Attach player to Computer
4. It will show up in the Device Tab of Coby Manager
5. In the lower right hand corner you will see a button "FORMAT"
a. Take a deep breath, gently click on format, squeeze eyes tightly shut... Pray LOUDLY NO WAIT!!! That's not right... I digress...
a. Click on FORMAT
b. Let the program re-format the drive -

THIS WILL MAKE YOU LOOSE
ALL INFORMATION ON THE PLAYER ! ! !

That's why you COPIED all the information above to your computer, right???

STEP THREE:

The player will now be re-formatted, and will no longer have the Coby Manager PROGRAM on the PLAYER. You can download a new copy from here:

CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

(But, you DID save it in the first steps, didn't you??) You will need it if you change computers, or computer drives...

6. Start re-synchronizing your music, movies, photos to your player. You can use the folders you originally used under the "Music" Tab, "Movies" Tab and "Photo" TABs.

OR

You can use the folders from the folder you created in STEP ONE.

ENJOY!

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Error 8E5E05F6: You can't sign in to Windows Live Messenger


Hi, If you are receiving Error 8e5e05f6 when you sign into Windows Live Messenger 2009, please try the following:

1. Enable Hidden Files and Folders:
1. A. Windows XP :
1. a.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer”
1. a.ii. On the “Tools” menu, click on “folder options”.
1.a.iii. On the “view” tab, locate “Advanced settings” and then follow these steps:
Check the option “Show Hidden files and folders”
Clear the option, “Hide protected operating system files check box”.
Clear the option, “Hide file extensions for know file types check box”.
1. a.iv. Click ok and close the window.
1.B. Windows Vista :
1.b.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer”
1.b.ii. In the Explorer window, click “Organize”
1.b.iii. Choose “Folder and Search Options”.
1.b.iv. In the folder options window, click on “View” tab
1.b.v. Select the option “Show hidden files and folders” click “ok”.

2. Delete Windows Live Contacts folder :
2. a. Click on “Start”; double click on “My computer”
2. b. Browse to the location
Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\<Your Windows logon name>\Local settings\Application Data\Microsoft
Windows Vista:
C:\Users\<Your Windows logon name>\App Data\Local\Microsoft
2. c. Delete “Windows live contacts folder” completely.
Note: Ensure to exit Windows live Messenger from the task manager before deleting Windows live contacts cache folder, otherwise you will get an error prompting that you can’t delete the folder .
2. d. Try signing into Windows Live Messenger.

Sep 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Live Messanger

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How do I fix Error 8E5E05F6


Try the following:

1. Enable Hidden Files and Folders:
1. A. Windows XP :
1. a.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer”
1. a.ii. On the “Tools” menu, click on “folder options”.
1.a.iii. On the “view” tab, locate “Advanced settings” and then follow these steps:
Check the option “Show Hidden files and folders”
Clear the option, “Hide protected operating system files check box”.
Clear the option, “Hide file extensions for know file types check box”.
1. a.iv. Click ok and close the window.
1.B. Windows Vista :
1.b.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer”
1.b.ii. In the Explorer window, click “Organize”
1.b.iii. Choose “Folder and Search Options”.
1.b.iv. In the folder options window, click on “View” tab
1.b.v. Select the option “Show hidden files and folders” click “ok”.

2. Delete Windows Live Contacts folder :
2. a. Click on “Start”; double click on “My computer”
2. b. Browse to the location
Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\<Your Windows logon name>\Local settings\Application Data\Microsoft
Windows Vista:
C:\Users\<Your Windows logon name>\App Data\Local\Microsoft
2. c. Delete “Windows live contacts folder” completely.
Note: Ensure to exit Windows live Messenger from the task manager before deleting Windows live contacts cache folder, otherwise you will get an error prompting that you can’t delete the folder .
2. d. Try signing into Windows Live Messenger.

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PSP X2 Ultimate Not Responding


Hi, I got a fabulous response from Corel and it fixed my same problem! Here is what they sent me. The first step did not work alone, but may have been necessary for the second step to work properly. Good luck!
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We are working on a permanent fix for this issue. Use the following workaround to allow launching of Paint Shop Pro Photo versions X1 or X2:
Delete or rename the Paint Shop Pro Photo XI database file: ImageDB.db.
Database file locations
On Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Corel On Windows Vista: C:\Users\<username>/AppData/Roaming/Corel Here are instructions to easily delete the ImageDB.db file.
  1. On XP systems, Go to Start | Run. On Vista systems, Click on Start button and then highlight the "Start Search" field.
  2. Type %appdata% and click Ok (or push Enter on keyboard on Vista systems).
  3. Double-click on the Corel folder.
  4. Delete* the ImageDB.db file and then close this window.
You should now be able to successfully run Paint Shop Pro Photo. *NOTE: if you receive a message that the file cannot be deleted or is in use, Restart the computer, then immediately try deleting the file. It should delete fine after a restart.
If Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 still hangs or is slow responding, try the following: Do the following to delete the Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 Database files. The program will recreate the files upon next launch. First Close Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 if is it running.
  1. Go to Start | Run, Type %temp% and click Ok. (on Vista, click Start button, then highlight Start Search. Type %temp% and then push enter on keyboard)
  2. On the Windows® Explorer Tool bar, Click the Up Folder button. The Up Folder button looks like a folder with a green arrow pointing up. If you don’t see it, Click View | Go to | Up one level. (On Vista, click Organize | Layout | Menu bar. Once displayed, go to View | Go to | Up one level).
  3. Double click on the Application data folder. NOTE: The Application Data folder is a hidden folder. Make sure you have enabled viewing of Hidden files and folders to see this folder. We have included instructions* below for enabling this view.
  4. Double-click on the Corel folder.
  5. Delete all content in the Corel Folder and then close this window
  6. Try running Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 again and note how it functions.

* To enable viewing hidden files and folders do the following:
  1. Go to Tools | Folder Options.
  2. Click on View tab.
  3. In the large white area marked Advanced settings, check the "Show Hidden Files and folders" radio button.
  4. Click OK to accept this setting. You should now see the Application data folder as described above.


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Please help


Hi

The camera creates its own folder named " DCIM " during the initial Format process
New folders would be created in this folder. To recover your lost images

Try removing the memory card and connecting it via a card reader/usb adapter to browse the contents of the card. Save all pictures elsewhere on your PC.


But chances are when you created the new folder the camera may have deleted the contents of the default folder. (the previous existing photos)

Save any photos you can find & re-format the memory card using Camera settings menu.

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