Question about UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

Transfering my music from my card reader to itunes

I can not figure out where to put them so they will transfer to itunes - I know I am a female and a blond but I am not dumb! Could you please help me?

Posted by on

1 Answer

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points


    An expert that got 10 achievements.


    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Brigadier General:

    An expert that has over 10,000 points.

  • Master
  • 6,966 Answers
Re: transfering my music from my card reader to itunes


May I suggest that:
1. You copy the music from your card reader to a folder in your C: or main drive (say My Music\frmCardReader);
2. In your iTunes add the new folder in your Music library.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back should you need anything else.

Good luck and kind regards.

...never would think you are...

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

Add Your Answer

0 characters

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add


3 Points

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Liebert gxt3 1500

staticbypass is actvated by the main control card via the press button swith,to transfter back to online mode its still the control card that do the timing for the transition to take place so i would suggest you test with another control card or try and be patient and see if it takes longer time to transfer back to online mode.

May 13, 2014 | Liebert UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

4 beeping sound every 20 seconds, even when there is no gadget attached to it.

This alarm indicates that the UPS has transferred from On Line operation to On Battery operation. The Battery Power Supplied outlets are now battery powered.

- If the input voltage is determined to be unsafe for your computer equipment, the UPS will transfer to On Battery. The alarm will stop once the unit returns to On Line operation. Please refer to the technical specification section of your user manual for the acceptable voltage window. Occasional transfers to On Battery should not be a matter of concern, but rather, should be considered normal operation. The UPS is trying to provide clean, safe, and reliable power. If your unit shipped with APC management software it may be possible to change the default acceptable voltages that the unit shipped with. Please see the help section of the APC management software for instruction to do this.

- If the Frequency deviates + or - 5 % this will also cause a Back-UPS product to transfer to battery power. Frequency distortions are most commonly caused by generators that are undersized. Always make sure a generator is 3 to 5 times the size of the total load attached to unsure it can maintain a steady output frequency. There is no way to change the +/- 5% deviation.

- If the shape of the incoming power is considered "too dirty", some Back-UPS products may transfer to battery power. This is most likely the problem if you have already confirmed that the input voltage is within the acceptable limits. Most Back-UPS products have the ability to change their sensitivity to the shape of the input power from high to medium or even low. Please see your user manual for details as to how to adjust this setting.

Jun 27, 2011 | APC UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

Hi, I bought a 1500va APC UPS. Its not charging when connected to the mains power supply. It still beeps and stays on battery. I have set up the transfer voltage and sensitivity adjustment to no avail....

Hi, I am a licensed Master Electrician with 27 years exp.
Need more info. Did it work before? Are you positive your incoming voltage is correct? I will assume all of them things as yes and see what I can think of to fix ya up.
I would connect it to a load and let the batteries totally deplete, like a small drill or something that pulls close to the 12.5vac (1500va). Disconnect the load and unplug it for a minute, then plug it back in and then see if it charges. If it does, leave it alone til it completes charging then put a load on it. It shouldnt charge with a load on it if the battery is already fully charged. Then unplug it from the wall receptacle (main power) and see if it transfers and the batteries take over. If it does it should not charge again. A UPC should only charge when your load is being supplied by the main power, i.e., the UPS is plugged in and not transferred to the battery state.
I hope I have helped with what info I had, if not then get back with me, their are other issues, like internal fusing on the main power supply coming in as well as battery charger internal fusing. NOTE: If you ever replace an internal fuse on a UPS be absolutely sure, without a doubt that it is of the same type as in voltage, ac or dc, and most importantly the amp rating. BTW in case you didn't know, to get the amp rating of something rated in VA, as in 1500va, you divide 1500 (the va) by 120v. (supply voltage) that is assuming it is 120v. if any other voltage just adjust your divisor to match the voltage. 1500va/120v = 12.5 amps. Good luck!

Nov 06, 2009 | APC Back-UPS® ES UPS System

2 Answers

Is there a way to put pics on a windows vista dell without a cord

Dell laptops are supposed to be equipped with a card reader. However if not then you can get hold of a multi card(memory) reader with a USB port from where it will take the images from your camera memory to the hard disk for further action. This gadget is cheap & easily available in the market..................................sodeep

Aug 01, 2009 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

Multi card reader

connect the card reader to your pc thro the cable provided or thro usb port on the cpu...
insert the card in the reader...
go to my computer , there you ll find the removable device option to browse your card...
you can copy and paste the files needed into that drive..


Apr 02, 2009 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

Need to copy an iTunes library onto another iPod

It is better to just copy the music to her computer and dowlad and insatall itunes. If she wants all the music just burn a back up and just open i tunes on the other computer and insert disc which will be copyed to computer.

Dec 16, 2008 | Cybernet Systems CyberPower 625AVR...

2 Answers

Down load music from computer

if its an ipod you need to download itunes from if not then you can prob use windows media player. if you cant figure out how to put music in these shells then you need to search for all you music which you can do in the search icon in start. then click on search for music. then drag all that music in you my music folder or make a folder of your own and highlight all the music you want and drag it to the specified folder. when all the music is in the folder drag the folder onto the itunes or windows media icon and the music will be routed to the music player. from the simply make a playlist or sync all to put the music onto your mp3 player. its the best i could do considering you didnt specify what kind of mp3 player it is.

Dec 03, 2008 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

USB Card Reader

Threre should be no problem if u know that the USb card reader is not copying anything

or is not in use (i.e) the green light or what ever indicator you have on your card reader has stopped lowing

but it is always advisable to use the safe to remove hardware or remove it after
closing the computer

Nov 14, 2008 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

What files do I copy???????????

I'm assuming you are using the memory stick for extra storage to free up space on your hard drive (or your C drive) or as a drive to back your files up on. A memory stick, when used the way you are describing, is nothing more than another drive to store stuff on (think of it as a smaller version of your C Drive) You can put any file type you want on it and then see it again as long as it is inserted in your computer.

If the purpose of the memory stick is to provide extra storage in order to free up space on your hard drive then yes, you will need to delete whatever you drag on to it from your hard drive. Otherwise the files will remain on your C drive/hard drive and continue to take up space. If you are only using the memory stick as a "just in case" backup drive, I would not delete them the files you copy from the source drive.

Let me caution you about doing this however, memory sticks are classified as "removable media". Media like this can sometimes be unstable or undependable. A more stable way to backup or store files long term is to copy them to a CD or DVD-ROM. In order to do that you need a CD or DVD writer. Most newer (within the last 3 years) computers come standard with this technology.
You may or may not have that capability.

The Itunes question is a whole 'nother line of answers. You can use your memory stick to back up your Itunes library but it will only be a back up. Because your Itunes software is linked to the files on your hard drive, all of your music files would still have to reside on your hard drive where they were originally.

If you want your Itunes library to reside solely on your memory stick (which in my opinion is not a good idea due to the instability of the memory stick) you would need to reconfigure Itunes to make it point to the library on your memory stick. It's definitely doable but gets kinda sticky in the transfer. Let me know if this is what you want to do with it and I can walk you through that.

Hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions and good luck!

Jan 21, 2008 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

1 Answer

Transfering pictures

Try posting this under card readers, not UPS systems. This aint no UPS system problem

Jan 04, 2008 | UPS Battery Backup Systems

Not finding what you are looking for?
UPS Battery Backup Systems Logo

Related Topics:

61 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top UPS Battery Backup Systems Experts

Jax Planet
Jax Planet

Level 2 Expert

921 Answers

Donald DCruz
Donald DCruz

Level 3 Expert

17129 Answers

Sudeep Chatterjee
Sudeep Chatterjee

Level 3 Expert

3267 Answers

Are you an UPS Battery Backup System Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides