I can't open a bundle file from one computer to another
I copied a bundle file to a disc and tried to open it into the same software (guitar tracks pro 2) on another computer. It says it cannot read file. I have tried it three times, each time repeating the copy on a new disc and the same thing happens. Both computers have the same operating system (windows XP 3) and both have guitar tracks pro 2 on them except one of them never received the updates. Chris
Re: I can't open a bundle file from one computer to...
1) after copying it to the new computer, right click and hit the properties tab. Make sure that you UNcheck the read-only tab and press apply when your done. For some stupid reason GT-pro 2 will not open read only files. I had this problem many times when backing up to cd since the files on the cd were read only.
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Insert a writeable CD or DVD into your computer's CD or DVD recorder.
In the dialog box that appears, click Burn files to data disc.
In the Burn a Disc dialog box, type a name for this disc, and then click Next.
might take several minutes for the disc to be formatted in the default
Live File System format. When the formatting is complete, an empty disc
Open the folder that contains the files you want to burn, and then drag the files into the empty disc folder.
You can copy files to the disc folder by dragging them to the disc icon or to an open disc folder
As you drag files into the disc folder, they are copied automatically to the disc.
But I recommend you to use any CD or DVD burning software like Nero, BurnAware etc. There are lots of free burning tools available on Internet too.
Why I recommend third party software is because you can select burn speed plus minimum disc burning error.
Before you Begin
Make sure there is no program runing that has opened any file on the original disk. You cannot run the Disk Copy procedure if any file on the original or destination disks is in use by any program. For example, if you were editing a document in MS Word, saving to the disk in Drive A, and now want to copy it to another disk: FIRST quit the MS Word program, then execute the Disk Copy procedure.
Caveat LectorThis Disk Copy procedure will make an exact copy of the original disk on the copy disk. It will completely overwrite the copy disk, replacing anything on it with the contents of the original (source) disk. That means that if there are any files on the copy (destination) disk before you begin, those files will be destroyed. You might want to take a look at the destination disk before beginning to be sure there's nothing on it you want to save.
Copying a Disk
Double-Click on the My Computer icon on the Desktop. The My Computer window will open.
In the My Computer Window, click once (not the usual double-click!) to select the icon for 31/2 Floppy A:
Click on the File menu and select Copy Disk. The Copy Disk window will open onscreen.
In the Copy Disk window you will see the option:Copy from 3 1/2 Floppy (A:) to 3 1/2 Floppy (A:)Click on the Start button.
A new window will open prompting you to Insert the disk you want to copy from (source disk). Insert the disk and then click on the OK button. The program will begin "reading" the files from this original (source) disk. You can watch the progress in the little "progress bar" in the Copy Disk window.
Once the original disk has been read into memory you'll be prompted toInsert the disk you want to copy to (destination disk)Now remove the original (source) disk from the drive and insert the copy (destination) disk into the drive. The click the OKbutton. You can watch the progress as the computer "writes" to the copy (destination) disk in the Progress bar in the Copy Disk window.
When the copy is completed you'll see a new, small window popup that will report:The copy completed successfullyNow remove that copy (destination) disk. You are finished!
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It looks like from error codes that yoi may have a hardware error, or a disk format problem, if this is only burning problem you have on pc and it worked before, then uninstall and reinstall Nero, info gathered from here, http://www.isobuster.com/help.php?help=305
sense code 5 ASC 2c= 5 / 2C / 00 COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR
5ASC2700=5 / 27 / 00 WRITE PROTECTED Please give good rating if this helps you or points you in right direction, thanks
Usually a disc with audio files is not encoded with MP3's, but, rather, audio files. You can check this by manually opening the disc (right click on the player when the disc is in it), and looking at the files. If you only see marker (files of a few kilobits) in "MP3" format, then the disc needs to be "ripped" into MP3 format.
The ratio for audio to MP3 is 10 :1--this means a CD of 700 MB size with 10 tracks will become an MP3 collection of 10 tracks approximately 70 MB in size (this is a standard 128kbps audio quality CD) If the encoding is less (64 or 32kbps), the size of the resulting MP3 is smaller.
The hands down best ripping software to convert your audio CD to MP3's is called Goldwave. Although Nero and Winamp have functionality on a limited basis for this task, Goldwave is a far superior software package to not only rip, but also edit your creations. Once you have installed Goldwave, you use the OPEN CD button to read your files---then save them to your hard drive (in what CODEC or quality you want---MP3, Apple AIF, OggVorbis, etc.etc
The software that your looking for is the Cyberlink Solution Bundle.
This bundle is comprised of Power Producer, Power Director, Power Cinema and can be found on Cyberlink.com. You can download a free 30 day trial from the website. But until you get your software you can try the following steps:
1. Connect you usb to you computer and camcorder 2. Camcorder ask do you want to playback, backup, create dvd, direct print.... Choose playback 3. Option pops up on your computer.. Select "Take No Action" 4. Go into My Computer and open the E: or Everio_HDD 5. >>For movies- Select SD-Video - Folder PRG002 or PRG001 are where your movie files is located Drag and drop .MOD files to your desktop **.MOI files are indexes of the .MOD files and will not convert **
>>For Pictures- Select DCIM - Folder 101JVCSO or 100JVCSO - Drag and Drop to desktop - NO FILE CONVERSION NECESSARY
6. Change the file extension to .MPG
** If you find yourself having issues changing the file extension, open my computer... select tools... go to folder options.... un-check "Hide extension for known file types", check it back when your finished if you have kids.. I do for my computer.***
**You are simply creating copies of your files when you drag and drop you movies and pics***
These step will allow you to view back you movies using Windows Media Player until you get your software.