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    Copying files more than 10 MB raises error in Panasonic notebook on Windows 7 Professional

    I use Panasonic Notebook on Windows 7 Professional System. I have some files and want to copy from the server. I connected to the server and tried to copy files which are on size 10 MB. When I tried to copy, I got an error which is stopping to copy. What might be the problem? Please, help me!



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    kranthi Array
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    Re: Copying files more than 10 MB raises error in Panasonic notebook on Windows 7 Professional

    If you use the panasonic notebook it is not a problem with the windows application OS.SO you can have the solution here in this forum :
    If you want to copy the files which are greater than the 10 MB size then you can copy with out any problem but the problem is that all the files must be of different names and also in the destination folder.
    So if you follow up that procedure you can easily transfer the files of any memory in your notebook.
    You can rename all the files which are existing in your notebook.

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    sivaditya Array
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    Re: Copying files more than 10 MB raises error in Panasonic notebook on Windows 7 Professional

    your problem is different. i can suggest you to download tera copy.. tera copy is an application which allows the user to copy and move the files...
    not only that you can rename those files when you get a error like folder or file already exists..
    you can also regulate the speed of copying while functioning with multiple files..

    here is the link to download it http://codesector.com/files/teracopy23beta2.exe
    so dear friend download tera copy and have fun

    happy to assist you

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