I'm trying to transfer files from our library (books on CD) and I'm getting the following error message:
error message "Unable to transfer the selected title because Insert 3 returned 0xC00D2772"
I used to be able to do it with no problem.
I followed the advice on here about getting into the DMR file, and renaming it "old", then clicking on format, and effectively wiping out everything on my player.
I still cannot download from the library software -- I could last week, then I got that "synchronize" message, follow the above, and now I get the error message aforementioned -- with the OX C00D etc.
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Re: Can't transfer data files
I was afraid of that. The file that you are trying to load has a DRM license on it that has a fixed-term license. It will play on your player for about a wekk or so, and then it is unusable except on the computer itself.
Most mp3 players that claim to support audiobooks don't really support most audiobooks - or don't play them correctly. Audiobooks that are in mp3 format (as in, NOT Overdrive) will give you the fewest problems.
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This error may happen when you have eBooks
that you borrowed from the library in both Adobe DRM-protected ePub and
PDF formats on the Reader digital book at the same time. Follow these
steps to correct this issue:
1. Delete all borrwed books from the Reader digital book. 2. Verify
that all borrowed books are in the same format (either ePub or PDF)
before transferring them back to your Reader digital book.
Yes, just plug in the iPhone into the computer via USB that you have the iTunes on and you sync it by clicking "sync" and a message will pop up asking if you want to transfer your purchases to your library and at that point you click "yes".
I report a solution from Portable player FAQ, let me know if it works: 1. Delete the title in the Overdrive Media Console program. 2. Then log into the Audiobook site at http://e.hbpl.org and click on My Account, My eItems Checked Out, and click the Download button the website to re-download the book. 3. Transfer the newly downloaded parts to your player.
I am not expert, but I had the same problem using OverDrive Media to transfer audio books and music to my SanClip 2mb. So, here is what I did, I hope it will help you.
On my mp3 player I went to "Settings" -> "USB Mode" - > and then I selected "MTP", whereas "AutoDetect" was what was previously selected by default. This seemed to solve my problem. I hope it helps you!
I have this problem too. Found that if you go to the folder that has the music file in it, right click on each problem file and select 'open with -> " and choose Sonic stage, then it will import the file. Next problem may be that it imports it with 'unknown' as the file name but if you then right click on the file within SonicStage and select 'Get CD info' it will find it. Tedious if you have several dozen/hundred files that won't import I'm afraid...
Before we try blaming a faulty cd/dvd unit lets check out faulty Windows Media Player Software.
Is Media Player up to date? Try installing iTunes set as default. That will force the cd/dvd association to iTunes. See if the player works or what the error is...If it works...Then re-open Media player make it the default again and see it what it does.
This is from the Microsoft site:
Windows Media Player cannot find the file. This error message usually indicates the link from an item in Media Library to its associated digital media file is broken. Items in Media Library are links to digital media files that are stored on your computer, a network drive, a removable storage card, an Internet server, or another location. Links can be broken for one of the following reasons:
* A link to a temporary file from the Internet cache (for example, a file from the Temporary Internet Files folder) was added to Media Library and that file was later deleted.
* A link to a digital media file was added to Media Library and the file was later deleted.
To repair a link
Do one of the following:
* If you deleted or moved the file, replace it to its original location.
* If you moved the file, right-click the item in Media Library, click Error Details, and then enter the new location of the file.
To delete a link
Do one of the following:
* Right-click the item in Media Library, click Error Details, and then select the Remove file from Media Library check box.
* Right-click the item in Media Library, and then click Delete from Library.