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It seems the files have become corrupted, try to reformat the hard drive then put some movie file and check
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So, if you move the file that won't load onto your laptop it then loads? If so can you plug it into another mac and see if it works on that one (if it works it an issue with your macs firwire ports and an os re-install may be needed or your card has been damaged) or can you try another hardrive with your mac (if this works you need to reformat your mybook)? I've bined a HD this year already, not good.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I had the same problem before. Unfortenatly this has to do with owner permissions set on on your old device and not recognising or accepting this permissions on the new.
If you still have your old device working then change the permissions for all files to "full control" for "everyone" and then copy. this is will solve the issue.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
> these files play fine on Windows Media Player
Then, continue to use Windows Media Player.
Or, tell us what alternative program that you use that gives "sound-and-no-picture" or "picture-and-no-sound".
What version of that program?
Windows XP? Vista? 7?
Any more "possibly-relevant" details ?
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
Does it have its power cable attached also? You could try to remove the harddrive from usb port, restart computer and try again.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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First you will have either copy and pate the movie or download it to your usb drive
One of the benefits of putting files on a USB flash drive is that you can make any type of file portable.
This includes not only documents, spreadsheets and photos, but also media like video clips and movies.
If you have movies saved on your flash drive that you want to view, watching the movies directly from the USB drive is a simple process and can be achieved on almost any computer.
Connect your USB drive to the device on which you want to watch your movies.
This includes all USB-compatible computers, as well as some select television-compatible devices (like the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Sony Media Extender).
Launch the file explorer application on your device.
In Windows, access this utility by accessing the "Computer" application and then double-clicking the USB drive to display the files.
If you are trying to watch the movie files on a compatible television device, look for a "media," "device" or "USB input" application or button to bring up the file explorer.
Select the movie file you want to play.
In Windows, do this by double-clicking on the file.
The appropriate media-handling program should automatically launch and begin playing the movie automatically.
If you are using a television device, select the file from the list of compatible files in the device's internal explorer system.
hope this helps
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