Downloaded Frostwire to a memory stick, can't delete folder.
Hello. Two nights ago I downloaded Frostwire version 4.17.2 to my PNY 2GB memory stick to scan it for viruses before putting it on my computer. When it downloaded, the FW program and an Incomplete folder were present on my memory stick. I successfully deleted the FW component after it was scanned and installed on my computer, however, I can't delete the Incomplete folder from my memory stick.
Everytime I scroll over it for details and look in the folder, it has several weird symbols and file names, and tells me that it's 54 GB? I tried deleting the folder from the memory stick, but it's telling me that it can't read from the source file or disk. I have right clicked on the removable drive to see how much space it's taking up, but it doesn't appear to be taking up any despite its claims. I can download without a problem, no ''low memory'' messages, etc. Have scanned the file, no virus. Now, how the heck do I get rid of it? I'm trying not to have to resort to reformatting the memory stick seeing as it's a pain to put 221MBs of stuff back on there. Thanks for your help!
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I would suggest you "NOT" to copy anymore files on your SD Card to prevent data loss or data corruption. Stop using it immediately. Download an undelete program such as Undelete Plus. I think its a free download. and run the program to recover your pictures. If you attempt to continue to use your SD Card you are at higher risk of loosing your data.
if you are the admin of the computer..you should be able cut it destroy it...but we are talkin about a 2 gb flash drive..if nothing is on it format the drive (if some files are on it click & drag files to pc...this is less then 10 min job and format the drive, then reinstall the data back onto the flash)...for future downloads and to avoid downloading to flash then pc...always check http://download.cnet.com/mac/?tag=hdr;snav
here you can review software, download software....this site will tell if what you about to download is worth the try or not.....frostwire and limewire are good and was no need to download on flash... my goal was to help 300 people with selected problems...you are the 3 0 0 th (and final)..i hope this is helpful to you ...keep the cnet link...thanks for being on FIXYA......(my closing to all those i've help) final line that i type here is .......Feel free to rate the help
I tried copying music to my PNY 2GB, too, and it stopped accepting after about 720 MB. I deleted all the music I had on it, created half a dozen new folders, renamed them, then put as much music as I wanted on the SD. I haven't tested it on my phone yet but at least it let me copy all the music I wanted.
Before using Frostwire, understand that it is a very virus-prone site - make sure you have anti-virus software on your computer before trying to use. You can't transfer songs directly to your mp3 player through Frostwire, but you can download the songs into the "My Music" folder of your computer - you will have to go into the Frostwire Properties toolbox, and change your download folder from "Frostwire Downloads" to "My Music" in order to make this happen. Once the songs are downloaded onto your computer, open up Windows Media Player - use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs from your "My Music" folder to your Zen. (alternatively, you can change your Library --> Add to Library folders in Windows Media Player to include the "Frostwire Downloads" folder). Good luck - I could probably write an entire page elaborating on each sentence that I have given you here - but Fixya has word limits. :-) Let me know if you need extra help.
Download itunes (http://www.apple.com/itunes/) Make an itunes account (itunes store) insert mayment info enjoy,download the music then drag it into "windows explorer"
1)go to http://www.frostwire.com and download the latest version of frostwire....
3)launch frostwire,set up wizard (very easy!)
4)go to the music tab (insert song name)
5)A list will come up (click the song you wish to download
6)Once download, from the download box (drag downloaded song into the mp3 players folder!)
7)enjoy listening to great music!
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Fixed it. All I needed to do was update the software drivers on my laptop. I have a sony vaio, so I looked up the software drivers they had online and downloaded them. After I installed them it worked flawlessly.
1) First of all you check that you had copied games in the same folder structure of 4gb memory card as it was in 2gb memory card.
2) If you are using the top red strip memory card as shown in image it is the reason for not opening the downloaded games on the 4gb memory card. you can try the other one type which is shown below in the image. this will work fine.
Note:In image 2gb is shown as example.