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Can not transfer wma,wmv

I get the following error message:
Unable to transfer the selected title because [Insert] returned 0xC00D2779 (I used zero's, might be capital letter o). I transfered a video one time and since then can not transfer.

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  • maidk_64 Mar 02, 2009

    I understand the lic. part, but what about mwv's that are supposed to be for handheld or mp3 players. A download from the public library which says for mobil device (mobile version). I was able to transfer one time (from the Public Library), but not since then. They use OverDrive Media.

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The exact description of that error message is: "The file could not be transferred because the device clock is not set."; NS_E_DRM_LIC_NEEDS_DEVICE_CLOCK_SET

It is related to a DRM license that is on the videos that you are trying to transfer - either the video you are trying to transfer has a DRM license that does not have transfer rights, or does not allow reencoding.

Basically, the video you are trying to convert is copyright-protected, so you will not be able to use it on a GoGear, only because the GoGear's require re-encoding first. Sorry.

The only solution is illegal - you would have to use a DRM-Stripper such as Tunebite to remove the license from the video. I would not recommend it.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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    Corey Knoettgen Mar 03, 2009

    This player does not recognize wmv format directly - you have to run the video through the Philips Media Converter - and you may still get an error message if it is DRM-encrypted. Some Go Gear's recognize DRM-encrypted wma's, but none of them accept DRM-encrypted videos, even though those videos will work on other mp3 players.

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