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The data transfer is slow and when it eventually gets a file onto it its a read only file, very stressed!

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  • carolaman Sep 27, 2008

    its a kingston data traveller 8gb usb 2.0

    model DTI/8GB

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What kind of file is it, and what is the size tel me in detail i can help you

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  • syed mujahed
    syed mujahed Sep 27, 2008

    connect the pen drive in onboard usb and transfer your data if not install the xp service pack3 from microsoft.com and check it that your file is infected with virus or not reply me

  • syed mujahed
    syed mujahed Sep 27, 2008

    connect the pen drive in onboard usb and transfer your data, if not
    then install the xp service pack3 from microsoft.com. and also check it that your
    file is infected with virus or not reply me


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While i am coping file in computer it display a message file intigrity violated and file are not being copied


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#2. The transfer wizard has an option to copy "settings only", "Data Only", Settings and Data". Transfer only the settings and then transfer the data. It will go much smoother.

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SECURE FILE TRANSFER


With?

What are transferring from computer to computer?

Please describe more..

Thanks,
Cam

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