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How do I transfer the files from the MODEL: MB2054 to my computer?

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Search for *.WAV files stored at your hard drive, took me a minute to figure out.

My *.WAV files recorded with Olympus VN-3100PC were stored by Digital Wave Player to "c:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\<My documents>\Digital Wave Player\Message\FolderA\ folder

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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you can copy the file you want (not move) and then erase it using the buttons on the device itself.

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SOURCE: I am trying to transfer files from my Hotmail account to Olympus

If they are files that someone has emailed to you, they need to first be saved in your C drive somewhere and then you can import them to the DSS software to be able to play them. They cannot be imported directly as an email attachment.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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Error transferring files


Hi Darren! What files are you trying to transfer when you get the error message?

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What sort of problems are you encountering ?

Since newer versions of hardware, computers and operating systems like Microsoft Windows frequently hit the market, most of us are tempted to upgrade our computers. While upgrading your computer or new version of Microsoft Windows, you may find it a hassle to move all the files and settings to the new computer. Transferring files, user settings and applications to a new computer takes days if done manually. There are, however, a few ways of transferring files and settings successfully.

Windows Easy Transfer Wizard Transferring files between computers or operating systems is a long process and some files may not be fully transferred if you lack technical expertise. Windows Easy Transfer Wizard helps simplify the process for transferring files to new computers. It is a built-in migration tool within Windows. This tool provides an interface for such migration and does so with a comprehensive wizard that takes you on a guided tour of the process. It can be accessed by clicking on the "Start" menu, then "Accessories," then "System Tools" and then "Windows Easy Transfer." All files transferred will be restored in a similar way as they were on your old computer. This method is only useful for solving problems with transferring files, not settings. b> Laplink PCMOVER b> The migration of settings can be more of a problem than that of transferring files. Settings like registry values, user preferences or activation keys are difficult to move without a transfer tool. Laplink's PCMOVER is a tool used for the transfer of files and settings from PC to PC. This software application has a comprehensive wizard that allows you to transfer user settings, personal files and programs with settings. It can be used with any Microsoft Windows-based computer and you can also use it while transferring between operating systems. A PCMOVER will create a backup-type image file that can then be moved by a CD/DVD or USB flash drive. It provides a fast and efficient file and settings transfer. b> Other Transfer Methods b> There are other ways to transfer Windows files and settings to avoid leaving data behind, as well. One is by the means of an Easy Transfer Cable, which is a USB-to-USB bridge cable that connects two computers together. You can also use a USB flash drive, an external hard disk drive or a CD/DVD for transferring files and settings -- though all these means are time consuming. Most users also use a wireless network for migrating files and settings. Software applications are preferred over all these methods, however, because they are cost-effective and they take less time in transferring. b> Solutions for other Transfer Problems b> While transferring files and settings with the help of software applications, other problems may arise. There are solutions for these problems as well. One of the problems commonly faced by users is that some settings may not be transferred. To prevent this problem, you must install that program before you run the Windows Easy Transfer. Another problem faced is some files transferred are unreadable on the new computer. This occurs when a program for that file type has not been installed in the new computer yet. At times, users may see files or settings not being transferred at all. This will occur only when the files are not compatible with that version of Windows. Hope this helps.

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Cannot transfer files from usb to hard drive but ok other way


Hi,

Since you did not mentioned how many files or how big is the files you are transferring I will just assume you are transferring several files or several folders. You best shot is to transfer files by batch or transfer it little by little. This way you will know which of the files are not transferring to your hard drive. Please note get all the files that are not giving errors. After doing that you need to scan your USB for errors.

If your Operating system is WINDOW 7 / windows xp

- Go to my computer
- Right click the USB drive then properties
- Click Tool tab
- Then Click check now
- After that try copying the files again.

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I want to add video songs via sonic stage but they are not added..


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The NWZ-S616F Walkman Player is not transferring the music using the SonicStage Software. Sony old Walkman player was using the SonicStage Software for transferring the files. You can use Windows Media Player 11 or higher, Media Manager for Walkman, Content Transfer Software or Windows Explorer for transferring the files to the Player.
Click here and select the operating System to download the Software for transferring the files.

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I'm transferring files and after a few files are transferred, maybe a gig. The transfer gets hung up and when I push the try again button, it freeze explorer. This happened when I first bought the item...


It sounds like your transfer is hanging up in the middle, if you are transferring over a network (without wires) you are loosing your connection. I would recommend that you try and transfer a small amount of the files at a time instead of many gigabytes. If you are transferring in the above manner, I would strongly recommend that you try and connect your device directly to the computer you are transferring from. If it is connected and you keep dropping connection. It may be some kind of RAM (random access memory) shortage in your transfer PC or a problem in the connecting wire. I would try transferring from another PC so that you can isolate the problem. If the connection keeps getting lost it may be a problem with your my book.

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4gb Sandisk Cruzer USB drive on Windows XP SP3 When transferring over large files (1-3gb) I get an error message after about 3-4 minutes of transferring (roughly halfway through or near the end of...


WinXP uses its own driover for USB drives like this so as long as you have the latest updates installed that should be OK.

Make sure you are doing nothing else with the computer when transferring the file.

Check and make sure you have at least double the amount of free hard disk space as you are transferring.

Reformat the flash disk completely and tyhen run a checkdisk on it specifying to report and fix all errors.

Try defragmenting the hard drive so temporary files can be laid down contiguously.

See if there is a BIOS update for your motherboard.

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How to transfer video files in Sony NWZ-E438E walkman


Support for Sony NWZ-E438F:
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=NWZE438F&LOC=3

Drivers and software on this page:
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=NWZE438F
Select your Operating System running on the computer: all software will
show up. See under "File Description" what the download is meant for.

Use the "Content Transfer Software" for converting video before transferring to the player.

Media Manager is for transferring files from computer to the player.

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Sony Ericsson Z750a


good day,

you have the option of transferring musinc files to you phone memory or to your memory card. however, it is recommended that you use the memory card when storing large files like mp3s.

when transferring files from your pc to your memory card, you can use a bluetooth connection (note: you need a bluetooth donggle to do this), or via a data cable (should be included in the package when you bought the phone - just follow the instructions in the accompanying cd when installing the software). with these two options, you can now transfer your music files to your phone.

another option is by directly transferring the music files to the memory card using a card reader that is attached to your pc. your memory card will be detected as a removable drive when doing this. you can easily click and drag (or copy) your files to your memory card.

i hope this helps

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