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    Getting error 0x80070052 on Windows Vista

    My PC running on Windows Vista is not recognizing the product key code. It is showing Windows Photo Gallery error 0x80070052 while trying to download some photos from Picture folder into 2GB SD card. Please suggest me a way to avoid this error.



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    Re: Getting error 0x80070052 on Windows Vista

    Locate the ‘My Computer’ icon on desktop and double click on it. Once you find out the memory card, right click on it and wait until a menu pop up on the screen. Choose ‘Format’ from that menu so that you can view File System list. Then, click on either FAT32 or NTFS format. After that, press the ‘Start’ button visible on the screen. Start up the formatting process by clicking the ‘OK’ button. Once this process get finished, click the ‘OK’ button again.

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    Re: Getting error 0x80070052 on Windows Vista

    Locate the ‘My Computer’ icon on desktop and double click on it. Once you find out the memory card, right click on it and wait until a menu pop up on the screen. Choose ‘Format’ from that menu so that you can view File System list. Then, click on either FAT32 or NTFS format. After that, press the ‘Start’ button visible on the screen. Start up the formatting process by clicking the ‘OK’ button. Once this process get finished, click the ‘OK’ button again.

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    Re: Getting error 0x80070052 on Windows Vista

    Hello

    This is an copy file error generated by Windows Vista when you attempt to copy file into your system from data card or other removable disk. Sometime this error encountered by system heavy Loading. I suggest you put your system in clean boot mode and than try to copy after booting. To put system in Clean boot you just need to follow some steps..

    >>Click on Start button and type "msconfig" into the search box and press Enter key.
    >>After Entering you will get System Configuration prompt box in this click Service tab.
    >>Than click on Disable All button located at the bottom of window.
    >>Now click on Startup tab and than click Disable All button.
    >>Restart your computer and now try to copy file again this time you will get proper response.

    Good luck

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    Re: Getting error 0x80070052 on Windows Vista

    Cause of the Error

    There can be many causes of this error message and the resolution method usually depends on the type of SD or USB card and its features. Some of the common causes of Windows Vista 0×80070052 error are:

    1 You do not have the latest Windows Vista updates installed on the system.


    2. Your SD or USB card does not support more than a said number of folders in the root folder.


    3. The file system on the card is not compatible with your Windows operating system or does not comprise the features you want to use.



    Solution Methods

    Some of the tasks that are known to resolve this error message are discussed below:

    METHOD 1


    If you are using an SD card, ensure that Windows Vista KB936825 update is installed on the system. This update helps in adding several features to enable you to work with SD cards and also helps in resolving several errors that are generated when you attempt to access or copy files to your SD card using your Windows Vista PC

    METHOD 2


    At times, you cannot copy or access files if the file partition on your SD or USB card does not match with your computer file system. Many USB cards come with FAT (or FAT16) partition that lacks several features. For instance, you may not be able to access your SD or USB card to its full storage capacity if it is formatted into FAT16 partition. Similarly, if the card is formatted into NTFS, you may not be able to access it on operating systems that do not support the NTFS file system, such as Windows 98. This is the reason why, while working with Windows, the safest file system to use is FAT32. So, if you are having problems, you may try to format your SD or USB card into the file system you would like to use and then start storing data on it.

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