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Get ffdshow - it is the most outstanding codec software that I know. I have also heard reports that downloading the latest version of Quicktime (and its attendant codecs) has solved this issue for some people. Also,if the file you are trying to convert is too large, you may get this error. All of the current media converter software used by the Mp3 manufacturers is eerily imprecise. To make matters worse, companies like Arcsoft charge for tech support.
Just had the same issue today. The Olympus Helpdesk told me that the fact I had printed one of the picture from the Xd card in directly inserting the card in the printer slot for Xd created the problem....
The guy from the Helpdesk strongly recommended to transfer the pictures from the camera to the computer exclusively using the USB cable of the camera.
In the end I have saved all my 505 pictures in using the Smart Recovery from PC Inspector but why the hell this problem only happens with Xd cards?
When you try to transfer a large number of files (or a single large file) from a PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) device, such as a Sony Memory Stick, you may receive an error message saying that your computer cannot detect your camera or that, although it has detected the camera, the current picture cannot be copied. This happens because in older versions of WinXP the PTP driver limits file transfer to 2,048 files at one time and those files must be less than 210MB. If you update WinXP with Microsoft's latest service pack you should eliminate the problem.
you got a cd whit when you did buy your mp3 rigth? so install sansa....converter and you can pull your pictures and smaller videos in (read the manual) and its two modes if u go menu/settings/usb mode 1 mode makes it easy to transfer files betwen your computer and mp3 and the other makes it easy to explore the partitions on your mp3... one good software for both download musik and pull songs in to many diffrent mp3 players are bearshare you can get it at www.bearshare.com
That software only works with the non-Rhapsody versions, hence the error message.
You can call technical support and they can walk you thru the fix. Its too much to type.
SanDisk Technical Support 1-866-726-3475
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