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    Problem with transferring Media contents via USB to Windows XP PC

    Hi, some of files canít transferred via USB to my PC. When trying to send them all getting an error message that cannot read from the source file or disc. Why i am getting this message. Is there anyone who can solve the issue? help me!!



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    Vishant Array
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    Re: Problem with transferring Media contents via USB to Windows XP PC

    If you are facing this with certain files or folders in your PC then this is due to the following reasons:-

    1) Either the file you are transferring can be corrupted or the usb drive is corrupted.
    Sol.:- You can format the usb drive using "Fat32" or "NTFS" and again try to transfer the files.

    2) The copies file is not copied correctly that is why your computer is unable to read those file and giving error.
    Sol.:- Delete those files and copy again correctly to your computer.

    3) The pen drive have some malware or viruses in it, that has eaten your files and the windows is not able to read it.
    Sol.:- Run a "Virus check" with any anti virus and remove those viruses.

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    kumar12337 Array
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    Re: Problem with transferring Media contents via USB to Windows XP PC

    Hi, Dear friend

    To resolve the above issue follow the below instructions

    Generally the above issues occured When the Data corrupted So, first of all verify whether the DATA is copied in to USB .. properly or not

    And the Same issue arises whenever there is any problem with the connected USB port or USB drivers too

    So, also verify the USB port first ..after that press windows key+R and type dxdiag and click OK

    Then tap on INPUT tab and check the NOTES box ...and if you have any issues with the USB drivers... simply it will show in the NOTES depending on the issue will go for the further steps

    AND I HOPE WHICH MAY HELPS YOU TO GET THE SOLUTION

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    maruthidevi Array
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    Re: Problem with transferring Media contents via USB to Windows XP PC

    Hi, Dear friend

    To resolve the above issue follow the below instructions

    Generally the above issues occured When the Data corrupted So, first of all verify whether the DATA is copied in to USB .. properly or not

    And the Same issue arises whenever there is any problem with the connected USB port or USB drivers too

    So, also verify the USB port first ..after that press windows key+R and type dxdiag and click OK

    Then tap on INPUT tab and check the NOTES box ...and if you have any issues with the USB drivers... simply it will show in the NOTES depending on the issue will go for the further steps

    AND I HOPE WHICH MAY HELPS YOU TO GET THE SOLUTION

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    bonomali Array
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    Re: Problem with transferring Media contents via USB to Windows XP PC

    Hello Friend,

    Well, there is some issue with your USB drive. You should format the drive based on either of the following methods,

    1. FAT 32
    2. NTFS

    Now, after formatting check whether you can transfer data to your USB drive or not. If you face similar problem this time you have to update your USB driver and check the system once again. If you are not being able to move data then either the data is corrupted or your USB medum is corrupted. You have to visit near by Computer store and talk to the authorized technician about this issue.

    Bye,

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