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Can transfer FROM but not TO...

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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I Suggest Trying To Upload Them Using Some Program Such As Windows Media Player (Even Though It Is Slow If Nothing Else Works It Is A Resort)

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