Since a few dayas ago I'm receiveing windows delayed copy failed each time I try to write some files to any flash memory. I 'm aware that it is not a hardware issue as the very same hardware works fine on Live Cds as Bart PE, ERD Commander, Knoppix, and Ubuntu. I have not made any hardware changes and the only mayor thing I have done before was to install the out of cicle MS critical security patch. No matter how long I wait the flash memories stays as copying something, but then I can eject them. I am using Windows XP SP2 Any help as I can avoid reinstalling. Thanks in advance
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Dont worry if you are missing help files...........just follow these steps...:-
1) get to someother computer which have windows vista premium running. try to find help files in c:/windows directory.
2) Once found copy it into usb and copy those files in your system at the same location from where you have copied them in other computer.
3) Restart system and its done.
Other way is to use vista recovery disk to copy system files ...
Hope it works well for you.........
I found this quite interesting, so I did a search to see what I can find. Everywhere I looked came up with the same conclusion: Nothing. Which is amazing. The only thing I could find was to update the drivers. Which seems pretty moot. The hard way is to reinstall the OS, which sucks. I did find the drivers you could use. But I get the feeling you might have checked it out.
turn off ready boost and see if this improves it either
Click on the Start button.
Click on the Control Panel menu option.
Click on Performance Information and Tools
Click on Advanced Tools in the left hand navigation bar.
Click on Configure my Windows Ready Boost device select option donot use ready boost for this device then try Control panel ... Administrative tools ... Services ....
Find the ReadyBoost service and right click and disable it.
Your problem is in the virtual basic script. That is the language that Windows has supported since Win 98 came out. It is most helpful on internet explorer. Somehow your boot file has been corrupted. There is a way to edit this in your registry through Regedit, but you need to be very familiar with the Registry before attempting that alone. I recommend finding a virus protection software package to help you debug your computer.