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How would you create a directory called JUNK at the root use relative references

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SOURCE: Create a directory named WORKING

Here is the code that you have to put in the command line:
md h:\WORKING
xcopy h:\LEVEL-1 h:\WORKING

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Jensen MP3 Capacity issue


As the root directory is already full, you will first need to move or delete some files from your root directory before creating new folders in the root directory.
Hope it helps. Let me know how you go.

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I'm told the directory or file canot be created when I try to drag a picture to the pandigital folder even though I've already copied about a 100 images using the same method.


I have a Pandigital too and although I don't think the users guide mentions it (major oversight on their part), the root directory on this thing can only hold a limited # of files/folders (mine is limited to 108) If I understant it correctly, it's due to the fact that the pandigital uses a FAT (file allocation table) storage method - not that the reason matters. The solution is: make folders in the root directory (you could have up to 108 folders on my pandigital) and I believe each subfolder can have an unlimited number of files in it. I just call my subfolders "Dec 2009 additions, Jan 2010 additions, etc). The Pandigital will randomly cycle thru files in each of these subfolders just as if they were in the root directory. Hope this helps.

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Cruzer micro 2GB - "Directory or file cannot be created"


In all likelihood, your SD card is formatted FAT and you are hitting the limit on number of objects in the root directory. Check the format type and if it is FAT, I would recommend reformatting as FAT 32 which has more lenient restrictions.

ALTERNATIVE: If you really do not want to reformat the card, you might try to remove a few pics to free up space in teh directory and then create a subfolder to store picture in. Object in this subfolder should not be counted at the root.

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Workloc directory is invalid or cannot be created (server 2003 install of p3.1)


I have 2 suggestions based on my assumptions since you did not elaborate on what environment you are having your P3, network or single user.
1. If you are logging on a network before you open your P3, it is most likely that you don’t have a read and write access to the P3WIN directory or any of its subfolders. So, first you have to log into your computer as an administrator, we call it local administration, and go to windows explorer, right click the P3 directory and choose sharing and security on the pop-up. Add your Network ID or make sure your network ID has all the access enabled for these directories. Then you can go back to the network and restart P3.
2. If it is single user, check your P3.ini located on Windows directory and see if the WORKLOC directory is beyond 54 characters from the root directory. P3 was created in the 90’s when DOS was still one of the reigning OS. So it means it follows the 8+3 rule of filenaming and other limitations. Make sure that the directory listed is as near as possible to the root directory, that is from C:\ Many errors in P3 are caused by these limitations since we’re already used with the new Windows OS’s wherein you can almost create a folder with endless description. My suggestion is, in using P3, try to minimize your folder names to 8 characters, same goes with filenaming.

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Active directory


An application directory partition is represented by a domainDNS object with an instanceType attribute value of DS_INSTANCETYPE_IS_NC_HEAD combined with DS_INSTANCETYPE_NC_IS_WRITEABLE. This domainDNS object represents the application directory partition root (NC head), and is named similar to a regular domain partition, for example, "DC=dynamicdata,DC=fabrikam,DC=com", which corresponds to a DNS name of "dynamicdata.fabrikam.com". An application directory partition can, therefore, be instantiated anywhere a domain partition can be instantiated. There is no NetBIOS name associated with an application directory partition.

It is possible to nest application directory partitions, that is, an application directory partition can have child application directory partitions. Searches with subtree scope rooted at an application directory partition head will generate continuation references to the child application directory partitions.

An application directory partition replica can only be created on a domain controller that is running on Windows Server 2003 and later and only while the Domain-Naming FSMO role is held by a Windows Server 2003 and later domain controller. In a mixed forest that has both Windows Server 2003 domain controllers and down-level domain controllers (Windows 2000 domain controllers or Windows NT 4.0 primary domain controllers), an attempt to create an application directory partition replica on a down-level domain controller will fail.

An application directory partition also has a corresponding crossRef object in the Partitions container of the configuration partition. The crossRef can be pre-created manually before creating the domainDNS object. The pre-created crossRef object must have the attribute values shown in the following table or the partition creation will fail. If the crossRef object does not exist, the Active Directory server will create one when the application directory partition is created.

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There are two ways...u can either have it thru WiFii for which you should have a friend who not only has a psp but has the stuff you want on your psp...The other way is to connect your psp to a pc with a usb data cable.for music,open the folder that says 'PSP'...if you find a folder sayinf 'MUSIC' add mp3 to this folder.If not just create a folder of that name.For video,make a 'VIDEO' folder in the root directory itself.U may need a software like psp video9 to convert your videos to psp playable.For games,you need to check your firmware.

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Psp


you need to have the videos as a mp4 file then what I do is get the memory card from the psp, put it in my pc and copy and paste the files to the video folderon the memory card. or you can drag and drop the files to the video folder in the memory card thats what I do with mine and it works fine

Mar 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP


(1) It may depend on the firmware version of your PSP.
1. If the version is before 3.0, it seems that you have to make a directory named “MP_ROOT\100MNV01” under the root directory. Before you put your videos into that directory, you need to rename them like “M4V*****.MP4” (***** means five random numbers).
2. If the version is after 3.0, putting the videos into “VIDEO” document under root directory is OK. If there were no “VIDEO” document, just create one.
Actually if the videos you want to put into your PSP are not MP4 format, you need 3rd party software normally called video converter to do conversion. I prefer to use Aimersoft PSP Converter Suite to do that job for it supports various video formats to be converted. You can find it on:
http://www.aimersoft.com/psp-converter-suite.html.
Hope it helps.

Dec 29, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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