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File Loading Hi there whenever i try to load an Exel Worksheet onto my memory stick it says "The directory or file could not be created"

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    I'm trying to load photos onto my USB Drive so I can place them on my Digital Picture frame. My Memory stick is only about 1/8 full of it's 2 GB but it tells me that I can't fit... WHY

  • ejones61 Jan 02, 2009

    I have the same problem with a 2 GB PNY SD card when copying files onto it for a digital frame. I get the error even though there is plenty of free space.

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First save the waorksheet and later try copying it to your memory stick

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