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I thought I was transferring files from the Olympus WS110 to windows media player, but now I get "No file" in each folder, meaning I must have deleted them. I did a search and they aren't on the computer. Any way of retrieval ?

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  • Ron Fox Apr 13, 2009

    Had already checked the recycle bin. The only WMA files I could find there were older files. So I guess I'm out of luck. I re-checked each folder on the Olympus recorder. They all read "no file" when I hit "play."

  • Ron Fox Apr 13, 2009

    Yep. Went to my docs/my music. The DSS_FLD "A" "B" "C" and "D" are all there, but contain only older files.

  • Ron Fox Apr 13, 2009

    Yes re-played all WS files. All were older. Since the device was plugged into the USB port, I still can't figure out how I deleted the files. This wasn't my 1st time doing this. I've never had a prob b4. But with "no file" reading on the device, I'm afraid I am out of luck.

  • Ron Fox Apr 13, 2009

    Well, I wasn't successful in retrieving the deleted files, but got some great tips for trying to locate. I'm the one who made the screw up, so any assistance was beneficial.

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Hi there,

Try to see if you still have the file deleted on the recycle bin folder, there you you can able to restore again the file.. That the only way/chance you can retrived it.

Also be sure that you thoroughly search and scan the file on each folder.

Hope this initial info helps.

Let me know if you still need more further assistance

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    micromaster Apr 13, 2009

    did you also check the media player library? the default destination folder was on my documents/my music, try to check on it..

    i


  • micromaster
    micromaster Apr 13, 2009

    have you check every one of it, it is possible that it overwrite a file.

    If there's still no luck, well the chances for the retrieval is not possible.


  • micromaster
    micromaster Apr 13, 2009

    this can be corrupted or interrupt transmision/copying of file, the unit will autmatically delete if you confirm sending it copy it into your pc.

    or.

    possible misplaced of the file.

    there no way you can retrieve the file if it is deleted.

    but i keep my finger cross, just keep searching on your computer i was only thinking that you misplaced the destination folder.




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4.1 About Windows Media Player 11
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It is so easy to transfer music files, videos and pictures to a Sony Walkman using Windows Explorer. Of-course, it is almost same for other manufacturer products as well. You can use theWindows Explorer to transfer files (music, images and videos) to a Walkman Player. Once you connect the Walkman Player to the Computer, it will display asan additional storage media under My Computer. Please follow the below steps toaccess the Walkman Player using Windows Explorer.

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Make sure your device is under MTP mode...to do that go under the menu settings, usb and device mode and change it to MTP

Assuming that you have windows media player 10.
1. Creating a selection in Windows Media Player
Launch Windows Media Player 10. Click on the Library tab then Add to Library > Add folder and select a folder (e.g. compilation of favourite songs, converted CD, folder of downloaded songs, etc.) from your hard drive (See Image 1). Click OK to confirm your selection. Your folder data will appear in the main window. Repeat the procedure for your other albums.

You can also do this by clicking File > Add to library > Add folder.

When your folders are ready, click-hold to select all your songs and then drag them to the window on the left, as indicated. Select the entire list again and click Now Playing List and select Synch List (See Image 2).

2. Transferring your selection to your MP3 player
Click on the Synchronize tab. Connect your MP3 player to your computer, your player will be automatically recognized by the computer and synchronization (that is file transfer) will begin immediately.

3. Transferring your MP3s to flash memory
Insert the memory card from your MP3 player or MP3 phone into your computer's card reader and open My Computer. Windows XP will automatically recognize your memory card and its icon should appear next to the other icons.

Click on its icon to open your memory card.

Select the MP3 file to transfer. If you want to transfer several files at once, control-click each individual file. In the File Manager window, click Copy File and select the destination folder.

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Transferring files via Windows
Explorer (Drag-and-Drop)
In Windows XP (with Windows Media
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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
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supported. The video files must be converted and transferred via RCA Video Converter for playback
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the Windows Explorer (drag-and-drop).
You can copy files to / delete files from the player through Windows Explorer (drag-and-drop), but
you cannot open or edit the files directly from the player. If you want to edit the files, you will
need to copy the files from the player to another location (drive) in the system.
I was able to locate the manual for you...It will provide you with more information for your device..I hope this helps...
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