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Re: i having the same problem
Yeah, they have this annoying habit of putting the hidden/crucial files in the same folder where you add music. If you try to delete songs in bulk, you can end up accidentally deleting crucial system files. It sounds like the computer is recognizing that something is plugged in - you may want to see if there is a firmware upgrade available for that player - the upgrade might re-add those missing files. Call Nextar also to see if they have any bright ideas - if they can't fix it, and you are still in warranty, then they can replace it for you. Best of luck!
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You will want to check in Device Manager to see if the device is even detected by the computer. Right Click My Computer, Properties, Click Hardware Tab and Device Manager. If it isn't recognizing the DVD drive then it is most likely bad.
It is just possible that your computer cannot handle (read/write) HC (High Capacity) types of memory. Test it in another (newer system) and check again. Otherwise, you can buy an USB cardreader which can handle SDHC cards.
If you are not able to read the memory card in your computer or your camera, it is possible the card has been damaged or expired. Memory cards have a useful life, the number of times you can write/format them. If this card has been used heavily then its quite possible it is expired.
If you are able to read the card on your computer and not your camera, it is possible that the camera is damaged. Alternatively if the card does not work on the computer but does work in your camera, the drive that reads the card on your computer might be damaged.
Hi there. If this is a floppy drive then the heads will be dirty and need cleaning just like the old tape player did. I'm not too sure nowadays but you used to be able to get head cleaning kits for floppy drives. Also i would suggest that when the drive reads the disks transfer your rare pics to the computer and also back them up to a flash drive or CD.
see my friend you first need to install msxml4.0 which you have within cd pack 1 open and see it . install full game and then copy all files from crack folder. 2 paste in folder you installed it. now u can play . NECESSARY INSTRUCTIONS 1 YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR DRIVERS INSTALLED. 2 YOUR AUDIO DRIVERS SHOULD BE INSTALLED. ENJOY THE GAME . (ARKANTOS IS GOOD PLAYER.)
There are several USB recovery programs available. While I don't
endorse any one in particular, I tend to stay away from "free" ones,
since I believe in the axiom "there's no such thing as a free lunch"
since you don't know what's in it for them.
You could try this company, which advertises a free download (but I
suspect they are really a shareware company so it's possible that they
will want money for a more expansive version) which may make it
possible to fix your drive in one instance at least.
If this data is important to you, it's probably worth spending 30 or 40
dollars to avoid a repeat.in the future, because USB drives get
corrupted from time to time.
Anyway, here is the link:
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You state a problem here that is going to need a lot more info before a suggested fix could be provided. is this a new drive you added to your computer or a "factory installed" drive? If a new drive, did it come with "driver files" to be installed into Windows and did you install them? During installation, what questions were you asked and how did you answer them?
By the way, my DVD drive shows up as a "CD Drive" in My Computer too, but it still reads & writes DVDs. Try right clicking on the drive in My Computer, click on "Properties" and then click on the "Hardware" tab. When the hardware screen opens, try clicking on "Troubleshoot" and follow the directions. This might work if you are in Windows XP.