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Like many things, this used to work fine, but now on one of my computers I can open Windows Explorer and view the files on the device, and I can delete files, transfer them to computer, etc., but I cannot transfer files from computer to device! I get an error message saying the device has been disconnected, although it has not, and I can still navigate the folders and files through explorer. Evidently, this is a problem with this particular WinXP computer, not the device (since this all works fine on my other WinXP computer). Any clues?

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Transferring files via Windows
Explorer (Drag-and-Drop)
In Windows XP (with Windows Media
Player 10 or above installed)
In Windows XP and when Windows Media Player10 is installed, the player is connected to the
computer in MTP mode. In the Windows Explorer,when the player is opened, the “Data” and
“Media” views will be displayed for the player.The Data folder is used to manage data content
on the player, such as text files. The Media folderis used to manage media content supported by
the player for playback, such as mp3 and wma.You can copy files to the player through Windows
Explorer (drag-and-drop). Picture files should be copied to the “Media” folder for viewing while
video files can not be dragged and copied to the “Media” folder directly as only .SMV files are
supported. The video files must be converted and transferred via RCA Video Converter for playback
(refer to page 19). Alternatively, you can transferthe converted video files to the "Data" folder via
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