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File not opening-Disk Network error

I shifted my files from another system to my system by cutting & pasting it after which I am not able to open my file. It is showing Disk Network error.

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There are several ways to achieve this, below I've listed two.
  1. Purchase an external USB CD/DVD Drive.
  2. Create a disk image of the CD, transfer the image to your new machine, then use a virtual disk to mount the image and use it as you would a normal CD drive.
Obviously, the first option is going to be the easiest to do. However, it'll cost you, on average, about $40 dollars.
The second option is time consuming and confusing to a novice or someone who may not have done it before. I'll go ahead and explain how to do it, in case you're looking to save money.
First, we need to create the image file.

  1. Download and install MagicISO on to a machine with an optical drive. (The free version has all the features you'll need, there is no need to purchase it.)
  2. Insert your Quark XPress CD into the systems optical drive.
  3. Under the start menu, find an open MagicISO
  4. With MagicISO open, click on Tools > Make ISO from CD/DVD-ROM
  5. In the Make ISO from CD/DVD-ROM dialog, click the drop-down menu next to CD/DVD-Driver and select the device that has your CD in it.
  6. In the Make ISO from CD/DVD-ROM dialog, click the icon of a folder next to the Output File input field, browse to your Desktop and enter an appropriate file name. (eg. Quark XPress 8.1.6.uif)
  7. Click OK
Now that we've created the image file, we need to transfer it to your new computer. If the Quark XPress 8.1.6 was in-fact a CD and not a DVD, the disk image shouldn't be any larger than 700MB. Therefore, if you have USB Thumb Drive 1GB or larger, you can use it to transfer the image.
Alternatively, if you connect them both to the same LAN (Local Area Network) and transfer the files over the network. To do this:

  1. On the machine with the disk image, go to click Start then type "sharing" and open the Network and Sharing Center
  2. In the left column, click on Change advanced sharing settings
  3. Now ensure that Public folder sharing is turned on.
  4. Browse to your Desktop and select the image file, press Ctrl + X to Cut the file.
  5. Next, browse to C:\Users\Public\Downloads and press Ctrl + V to Paste the image file.
  6. On your new laptop, ensure that you're connected to the network.
  7. Now, open My Computer and in the left column click on Network
  8. The other system should appear, click on it, then open Users > Public > Downloads.
  9. You should now see the image file, select it and press Ctrl + C to Copy it.
  10. Browse to the Desktop on and press Ctrl + V to paste it and wait for it to transfer. Depending on your network speeds, and wireless signal quality, it may take several minutes.
Lastly, you need to be able to install the software. Therefore, we'll create a virtual disk.

  1. Download and install MagicDisk (Freeware)
  2. After it's installed, it will automatically run. You will find an icon of a hand holding a disk in the Windows Taskbar (next to the clock).
  3. MagicDisk should automatically create one virtual disk. However, to make sure, right-click on the icon and hover over Set Number of Drives then click 1 Drive in the sub-menu.
  4. Now, right-click the icon again, hover over Virtual CD/DVD-ROM. One item should appear as a sub-menu, it should say something like E: No Media. Mouse-over the sub-menu, then in the 3rd-tier menu select Mount.
  5. A new dialog will appear, browse to your Desktop and select your image file. Click Open
  6. Your virtual drive should now auto-play the disk image. If it does not, you can launch it manually under My Computer.
As a final note, if you are not on the same network and don't have any physical medium to transfer the files, you can always upload the file to a free file sharing or data backup service such as DropBox (provided that the file is not too large). However, this will likely take a long time as it's dependent on your internet connections speed.

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I bought a Kingston Datatraveler 32 GB but when copying files of 5 GB or more I got a Message that the file destination on the datatraveler is too small


You might need a bigger drive ?
In the Microsoft Windows operating system, you can copy and paste 5 GB files as long as you have enough disk drive space. The disk drive to which you're pasting the file must be formatted using the New Technology File System (NTFS), which supports the copying and pasting of very large files.

Purchase a large capacity USB external hard disk drive from a reputable vendor. Make sure that the hard disk drive is at least 100 GB. Connect the external hard disk drive to a spare USB port in your computer. Wait for the Windows operating system to recognize the hard disk drive. Double-click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, after which a window will appear listing all of your disk drives. Establish the letter of the new hard disk drive you have just installed. For the purpose of this article, the drive letter is assumed to be "E." Right-click on drive "E," click on "Format," change the file system to "NTFS," then click on the "Start" button. Wait for the process to complete. Click on the 5 GB+ file to select it, then press "Ctrl" + "C" on your keyboard to copy the file to the Windows Clipboard. Click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, then double-click on the "E" drive. This will open the root folder of the hard disk drive in the same window. Press "Ctrl" + "V" on your keyboard to paste the 5 GB+ file from the Windows Clipboard to the new hard disk drive. Wait for the process to complete, which will take several minutes.
File transfer software http://www.filebuzz.com/findsoftware/High_Speed_File_Transfer/1.html http://download.cnet.com/Fast-File-Saw-Joiner/3000-2248_4-10388628.html When e-mailing or archiving huge files, it sometimes helps to cut them into smaller pieces. Fast File Saw & Joiner does exactly that, and puts the pieces back together, too.

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What format is the drive

In the Microsoft Windows operating system, you can copy and paste 5 GB files as long as you have enough disk drive space. The disk drive to which you're pasting the file must be formatted using the New Technology File System (NTFS), which supports the copying and pasting of very large files.

Purchase a large capacity USB external hard disk drive from a reputable vendor. Make sure that the hard disk drive is at least 100 GB. Connect the external hard disk drive to a spare USB port in your computer. Wait for the Windows operating system to recognize the hard disk drive. Double-click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, after which a window will appear listing all of your disk drives. Establish the letter of the new hard disk drive you have just installed. For the purpose of this article, the drive letter is assumed to be "E." Right-click on drive "E," click on "Format," change the file system to "NTFS," then click on the "Start" button. Wait for the process to complete. Click on the 5 GB+ file to select it, then press "Ctrl" + "C" on your keyboard to copy the file to the Windows Clipboard. Click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, then double-click on the "E" drive. This will open the root folder of the hard disk drive in the same window. Press "Ctrl" + "V" on your keyboard to paste the 5 GB+ file from the Windows Clipboard to the new hard disk drive. Wait for the process to complete, which will take several minutes.
File transfer software http://www.filebuzz.com/findsoftware/High_Speed_File_Transfer/1.html http://download.cnet.com/Fast-File-Saw-Joiner/3000-2248_4-10388628.html When e-mailing or archiving huge files, it sometimes helps to cut them into smaller pieces. Fast File Saw & Joiner does exactly that, and puts the pieces back together, too.

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What is wrong with the files?


This error message could be generated by any of the below reasons.

  1. During the transmission of the file it became corrupt or bad
  2. The file was sent inappropriately
  3. The device being opened from is bad or contains errors
  4. The file itself is bad or the program attempting to open the file is bad.
Solution

Network / Modem transmission issues

If you are attempting to open the file from a network / modem it is likely the network either is encountering collisions or other errors during the data transmission. Note: if the file is being sent through a session such as FTP or Telnet it is possible that it may not be sent properly. If the file is a text file, the file must be sent as either ASCII or TEXT mode. If, however, the file is a program or non-text file, it must be sent as a Binary file.

  • Re-send the file.
  • Try Alternate method of sending the file.
  • Verify the file was sent properly (ASCII / TEXT / Binary)
  • Verify with Network Administrator that the network is not experiencing issues.

Removable media issues

If the file is attempting to be opened from a removable media such as a Zip disk / Floppy diskette it is possible data corruption is being encountered on the diskette itself or when coming from the removable media.

  • Try an alternate diskette or media

CD issues

If the file is being opened from a CD-ROM it is possible the CD is dirty or scratched causing read errors. If the CD was burned it is possible that it was burned improperly.

  • Clean the CD-ROM
  • Re-burn the software

File is bad or program attempting to open the file is bad

Finally, if the file is being opened from the hard disk drive or other media, it is likely that the file is corrupted or the program opening the file is corrupted.

  • Download the file again.
  • Reinstall the program being used to open the file
  • Open with a different program
  • If the file is on the hard disk drive, run scandisk / defrag
Assume the file is bad and cannot be recovered

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Method 1: Add the Volume icon loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); To add the Volume icon to the notification area of your computer, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: mmsys.cpl
  3. Click to select the Place volume icon in the taskbar check box.
  4. Click OK.
If the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area of your computer, you are finished. If you cannot add the Volume icon or if you receive an error message when you try to add it, the Sndvol32.exe file might be damaged or missing. Go to method 2.


Method 2: Save a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file on your hard disk loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); If the Sndvol32.exe file is damaged or missing, you must extract a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk. Prerequisites loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); This method requires you to have your Windows XP installation CD.

Note If you do not have access to the Windows XP CD that contains the installation files, ask the network administrator for help if the computer is at your workplace, or contact Support. To contact Microsoft Support, visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/ (http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/) To extract a copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk, follow these steps:
  1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your computer's CD drive or DVD drive. Press and hold the SHIFT key as you insert the CD to prevent it from starting automatically.
  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: cmdThe command prompt opens.
  4. Type the drive letter of the CD drive or DVD drive, type a colon, and then press ENTER. For example, if your computer's CD drive is drive E, type the following, and then press ENTER: e:
  5. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: cd i386
  6. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ system_root\system32\sndvol32.exeNote system_root is the path and folder name where the Windows system files are located on your computer. This is usually C:\Windows. If the folder that contains the Windows system files on your computer is C:\Windows, type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ c:\windows\system32\sndvol32.exeNote There is a space between "ex_" and "c:\windows" in this command.
  7. Type exit to exit the command prompt, and then press ENTER.
  8. Verify that you can start Volume Control and that the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area (if you selected this option in method 1).

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Hdown load pictures from samsung sl420 to my computer


 Downloading stored images
You can download the still images stored on the camera to your PC's
hard disk and print them or use a photo editing software to edit them.
1. Connect the camera to your PC with the USB cable.
2. On your computer's desktop display,
select [My computer] and double
click [Removable Disk DCIM
100SSCAM].The image files will then
be displayed.
3. Select an image and press the right
mouse button.
4. A pop-up menu will open.
Click the [Cut] or [Copy] menu.
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- [Copy] : copies files.
5. Click a folder where you want to paste the file.
6. Press the right mouse button and a
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Click [Paste].
7. An image file is transferred from the
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you can also find the info on page 93 of manual. If you do not have manual you can get here.

http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/200910/20091007130902250/SL420_English.pdf

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Hey hi there,
Try this.

1.Open Internet Options>Security tab and highlight the "Internet" icon, click the "Custom Level" button and under "Miscellaneous" tick "Enable" for "drag and drop or copy and paste files"
click OK/Apply/OK.

2.Go to WORD > Tools > Options > Edit
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