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Problem in copying of files from system to usb device

When i attempted to copy files from pc to my usb *** mp3 player, the system is displays that files can't be copied.plz tell me what to do to come over this problem.

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Have you check you usb? maybe its lock, or try checking your files, maybe its write protected

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When the memory circuit starts to fail it goes into lock mode: it only allows you to copy the files already in, no writing since they will be corrupted anyway and in the process damage the ones already in.
That is an age related defect - the memory chip inside your player has a limited number or write operations available and the chip has reached this number : basically the memory chip is dying of old age.
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Ok. here is what you need to do.

1. Hook your flash drive to any of the usb slot in your computer.
see image below bcfce55.jpg

Wait for the system to read it. A green arrow icon will appear in the taskbar to show that a new removable hardware device is connected. After it successfully recognized, It will display a message " The device is installed and ready to use" at the lower right portion of the windows taskbar.

Click on My Computer a new drive will appear. It is usually designated as removable drive. On this drive you will paste the copied doc files. It is the assigned drive for your flash drive.

So go on., copy all the files you need to carry and paste it in the flash drive.

Be reminded also that before you unhook the flash drive from the computer, right click first on the green arrow icon on the taskbar and stop the operation. Click stop on the flash drive. This will turn off the remaining applications / readings in the flash drive and will prevent it from crashing and file corrupting.

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I'm using a 1gb sandisk sd memory card to sync mp3 song on it. THe mp3 songs go on it fine and play on the computer and on the mp3 player ok. The problem is I have about 533mb of space used and have about...


You may have reached the maximum number of files allowed in the root directory of the file system. If you already have a folder on the card, try moving some of the MP3 files into that folder. If you can copy 1 new MP3 file onto the card, that is your problem. Hopefully your MP3 player supports folders!

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What program do i use for moving music from my computer to my mp3 player?


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Moving music from your computer to your mp3 is a simple way. You do not require a program to move. All things you should do is to plug your mp3 player to your computer. Once your mp3 player is recognized or detected, you just copy your music from your computer and paste it in the folder of your mp3 player.

After you are done copying close all the open folders in your computer.

Note: Do not remove your mp3 player directly it will cause a file corrupted. You need to safety remove.

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The "other PC" needs to have the same application installed that created the files. It sounds likely that is the problem for the other PC. If the files are failing to open using the PC that originally copied the files, then try formatting the USB drive (formatting deletes all data). Before you copy the file again, make sure the same file opens from your computer prior to copying it. Now copy the file to it the USB drive again.

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False write protect on an EMPREX 8GB Flash Drive


hiii martin....
dis type of problem comes when sm files inside d folder which iu want to copy restricted allowing files to copied...
u can copy it by fallowing procedure....
first open urs folder and select some of urs files not all of them and copy it to flash drive by makin a new folder....and similarly copy other files in that new folder..
if u do like that u can copy all files eaisly......

if it creates ore problems ask me.......
also available for live chat....
thankss

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It sounds like your memory card is formatted with a FAT16 filesystem. FAT16 has a limitation where you can only put 255 files in the root directory, no matter how much available space you actually have. Try placing your files in a folder on the card rather than into the root directory.

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Backup your MP3 player's Files into your computer then Format the Mp3 player using Windows.

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