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Cannot copy video onto memory card

Hi there, I am trying to copy video onto a Canon compact flash card from an Everfocus DVR and it's saying "cannot copy file" We've had this problem before and I remember someone saying that the flash card had to be formatted?? Any ideas?

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You should try Long Path Tool to copy data to external devices.

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I have a sandisk 2.0 gb conpact flash copies ok but can take 45min to copy 5 mins of suvalience

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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