IX4 - 300 d - cannot copy files between actions or the ext disk. USB
I can't work for the life of me how to move files between the shares on the NAS. I can access my computer fine actions. I have a USB HARD drive connected to the front USB port and I want to copy some files from the HARD drive to a shared folder on the NAS, but when I'm in the content browser that I have no option to copy, and there is no functionality of drag - move. That I going nuts or something blatantly obvious lack?
I want to copy data from USB directly as it is a few TB of data and copying on the LAN will take ages. It's going to be a regular thing, but I can't really put in place a copy job, because it is not the same type of data or file locations every time.
You will need to map the actions:
And move the data in this way, the Ext HDD will appear as its own share, but can be mapped as others.
The content in the UI Viewer is not designed to move data.
You can find documentation and downloads for the ix4 - 300 d here:
You can download the Storage Manager Lenovo via the link above, and which should help you to map actions.
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I have a wireless network at home. How can I copy files between computers?
You have access to the files on each computer in the another computer - can you open and read them? In other words, the network connection is working properly and you have the permissions of files and folders? If this isn't the case, after return and we will address this as a separate issue.
If so all you need to do is open Exploere Windows on a machine, and map a drive to the C:\ drive on the other machine. Here's how to map a drive to another computer: http://www.vista4beginners.com/Map-Network-Drive. You "got to do thi on the other machine if you want to share files in the two directios.
Once done, open Windows Explorer and go to the drive where, the file to be copied, right-click on it and select copy. Then go back to Homepage Windows computer and select the drive where you want to copy the file (in this case, the mapped network drive). Go whenever you want to copy and click the folder where you want that he stored and right-click and select Paste. The file will be copied. That's all there is to it. Once the mapped drives copy really works exactly as it does if you have just one computer that you are handling.
I hope this helps.
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Windows XP SP3, corrupted registry. Corrupt / missing windows system32\config\system - restore via Recovery Console cannot copy files of origin of the system32 folder. Please help.
When my husband's computer was incorrectly stop we met the ' Windows XP didn't start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM "error message. I understand that the registry is written on the judgment and that it is not rare that the registry damaged during the power failure or abnormal stop. Checking the bandages for details on how to proceed, and begin the process of recovery appearing in theArticle ID: 307545 of http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545/en-us below:
«First part in the first part, you start the Recovery Console, create a temporary folder, back up the existing registry files to a new location, delete the registry from their existing location files and then copy the registry files in the repair folder to the folder System32\Config.» When you have completed this procedure, a registry is created that you can use to start Windows XP. This registry was created and saved during the initial setup of Windows XP. Therefore, any changes and settings that took place after Setup has finished are lost.
The full, first part, follow these steps:
- Insert the diskette of starting Windows XP in the floppy drive, or insert the Windows XP CD into the CD-ROM drive and restart the computer.
Click to select all of the options required to start the computer from the CD-ROM drive if you are prompted to do so.
- When the "Welcome" screen appears, press R to start the Recovery Console.
- If you have a dual-boot or multiboot, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
- When you are prompted to do so, type the administrator password. If the administrator password is blank, just press ENTER.
- At the Recovery Console prompt, type the following lines, pressing ENTER after you type each line:MD tmp
copy c:\windows\system32\config\system c:\windows\tmp\system.bak
copy c:\windows\system32\config\software c:\windows\tmp\software.bak
Copy c:\windows\system32\config\sam c:\windows\tmp\sam.bak
copy c:\windows\system32\config\security c:\windows\tmp\security.bak
Copy c:\windows\system32\config\default c:\windows\tmp\default.bak.
There was no administrator password prompt, but the console began without incident. I was unable to copy these files to a folder. (Yes, I checked my spelling and made certain that the commands, parameters and syntax are accurate.) I created another directory and tested the console by copying the files to repair to the secondary directory. These copied without any errors. I was able to discern that there are no problems with the console itself. At this point, I'm not sure how to proceed. There is data that has not yet been backed up and must be recovered where it is suggested to do a new/factory install. Therefore, I need to know if there is another way to proceed to the recovery or if I do a fresh install. In addition, any suggestions on its disk data recovery, if the new installation is the only way to move forward, also would be appreciated. Thank you.
Just to be clear, when you have tried, for example, to run this command:
copy c:\windows\system32\config\system c:\windows\tmp\system.bak
You have an error message (please report it to full) or maybe nothing happened.
But you did another directory (say 'c:\windows\otherdir') managed by running the following command:
Copy c:\windows\repair\system c:\windows\otherdir\system
If this is the situation in which you are in, you are essentially impossible to create a backup copy of the current registry damaged. This is not the end of the world, because as you can see by reading the full article, you never use these files master anyway. This step is just included "on the side of caution" so that you can restore the original registry files, corrupted, if for some reason you wanted to.
Because you cannot start the system anyway, you might as well begin the process described in the article without creating these master files.
You can either make the step remove first:
or just try to copy the files in the directory of repair on the files in the \system32\config directory and answer 'Yes' when asked if you want to replace the existing file.
Note that the success of this procedure assumes that you run the system restore. Otherwise, you'll find yourself with the registry as there was when Windows installation - which certainly won't be compatible with the State of your machine today.
Essentially, what you are doing are the following:
1. While in the Recovery Console, restore the registry to its state when you first installed Windows. This allows you to start Windows - but do not try to use any application program.
2. in Windows, copy of the registry that is saved in a recent restore Point to a location that are accessible by the Recovery Console - but not by using the restore application from the system itself, because with the 'original' registry, System Restore is not aware of these restore points.
3. While in the Recovery Console, restore the registry using the files you made available at step 2.
I don't really know what's the point of the stage of section 4, unless it is to use system restore to restore to a different restore point.
If you can't make things work by following the steps above, or if there is no recent restore points to use in step 2, then you are correct: you must backup your data, do a clean reinstall of Windows, then reinstall your applications with original media and restore your data from backup.
If you are able to do step 1 and start Windows with its original register, you should be able to use the native Windows tools to backup your data. I would not use NTBackup, but rather just copy (do not use the 'move' command) data on an external hard drive. Alternately, you could boot from a live CD of Linux (for example, Knoppix) to access your drive and copy the data. Or if you have a bootable CD from a like Acronis Disk Imaging application, you can use it. If you would like more information in this sense, after return.
- Insert the diskette of starting Windows XP in the floppy drive, or insert the Windows XP CD into the CD-ROM drive and restart the computer.
I am trying to copy files from my old Mac G5 tower (about 10 years). But my copy fails with an error message when trying to copy a file name that includes a special character. Is there a way to get around this?
To clarify: when it runs in a file with special characters, it gives me the error message that the file name is too long or contains special characters. The problem is that when I click 'OK' to confirm the error (not), the copy is aborted.
Oh! Well I guess you will have to wait for someone with a Mac experience for you then help. I do not have one. I'm sorry.
BTW, you should post your question on Apple/Mac forum. Many experienced people who can help you. Good luck. :-)
When you try to update to service pack issues 2, then 3, I get always the same, the Setup program cannot copy the file... After recently trying to update my computer XP home plant and installation of service pack 2, I came across the following issues.
"Setup cannot copy file 'nslookup.exe'" follow by "Setup cannot copy the file"winlogon.exe"
leaving 'Cancel' as the only choice the program then deletes all the installation files, crashes and gives me no alternative but to re - install windows.
Is there a simple solution to this problem? I am sick and tired of not being able to properly update and reinstall windows. the only time where service pack installed successfully he eventually make my useless Control Panel.
Error message during the "Complete Installation" when you try to upgrade to Windows XP: "Setup cannot copy the file.
FYI - problem solver Windows XP Service Pack 2
TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2010 - Update Services
Inequality on the what, why, how do to the error message "cannot copy file: path is too deep." I would like to know the causes and possible prevention and or all of the information available on this issue. The problem occurs when copying large files and sometimes small files on external hard drive to the top.
Even though the file itself may become a 9-character file name extension, it could be buried inside several files. Thus, when you step on your external USB drive and it appears as, say, M: drive, the number of characters in the complete path to the file starting with "M:\. "and including all of the directories in the path to the file as well as the number of characters in the name of the file itself must not exceed 255 or Windows refuses to handle.
Robocopy is a command line program. You must type in the command from a command prompt window (start-> Run-> "cmd"). It works by accessing the file using a set of routines to copy the different library that does not have the limit of 255 characters. A documentation file must accompany Robocopy explaining how to use it.
Another method that might work for you is to take the folder that your .wmv file is in (or maybe both files above) and to temporarily move to the root directory of your external hard drive. This shorten the path to the file and allow a normal copy of work.
Original title: not accessible - incorrect function.
Cannot copy files from HD to CD by using wizard. Have been able to do for a long time. Without warning is no longer possible.
HelloThe format of the files you want to copy basically described what kind of files they are. Word documents, of .mpg, jpeg, etc.However, it seems that the problem is with the drive itself, not individual files.You happen to have any installed Roxio program? Specifically, Roxio Easy CD Creator?If so, you should remove this program, restart the computer and try again.I hope this helps!
I'm trying to transfer pictures on my old XP computer on an external hard drive. After performing a backup on the drive hard seagate WD I went looking for pictures on the external hard drive, and they aren't there. I went back on the XP machine and tried to copy the files to a CD but I get the message cannot copy file: cannot read the source code or the player. I can open images but cannot move it to another folder or copy and paste pictures anywhere. The photos are saved in an outdated version of microsoft's digital imaging software. Help, please.
(1) is the specific question of the images?
(2) where the images are on the computer?
You can try the following methods and check the status of the issue.
Configure the computer to clean start State to check software conflicts. See the following link on how to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Note: When the diagnosis is complete, don't forget to reset your computer to normal startup. Follow step 4 of the above article.
If the problem is specific to the pictures folder, then it might be a problem with permission. You can try to take ownership of the folder and check if you can transfer it. read the following article.
How to capture a file or a folder in Windows XP?
I am upgrading of Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit) for Windows 7 Home Premium (32 bit) - but getting stopped everytime I try, I end up with a dialog box stating: "Windows cannot copy files required for installation. The files may be damaged or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error Code Ox80070017.
What should I do to resolve this problem and allow full of Windows 7 installation? (my computer is a Compaq Presario V6000).
What installation media you are using?
Error 0 x 80070017 translates "CRC error" which means that the files that are copied from the disc are not making it to the hard drive with the same structure, which means that the 'original' the disk files are modified/changed/corrupted while being copied to the location of the 'destination' on your disk during Setup.
This usually means a bad DVD, or an error reading on the DVD player.
I suggest you follow the link and check.
Upgrade Windows Vista to Windows 7
Temporarily disable the antivirus on the computer running software and check if you are able to install the software.
Disable the anti-virus software
WARNING: Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you need to disable temporarily to install other software, you must reactivate as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or a network, while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.
Enable or disable Windows Firewall
WARNING: There may be loss of data through an analysis using firewall to eliminate the virus as appropriate
I also suggest you to follow the link and check.
Check your hard drive for errors
Important: When running chkdsk on the drive if bad sectors are found on the disk hard when chkdsk attempts to repair this area if all available on which data can be lost.
I have problems copying files between hard drives on my computer. I was having this problem on Windows 7 and Windows Vista, but never met him on XP. It seems that there are several similar topics, but I think I've noticed a few oddities in my own experience...
I have several drives, between 500 GB ~ 1 TB. Problems arise when I try to copy a folder with a large number of files (pictures, records about 4 GB in size, typically). Initially, the transfer rate would be HD burst speed, somewhere between 90 MB to 150 MB. Speed would be reduced to about 30 MB, or even lower. The transfer ends by becomes so slow that the operation would take hours to complete. If I try to cancel, it would take minutes to do. The computer run slowly for a long period of time, with an offset of intermittent until I have to reboot the system. This occurs regardless the source and destination drives.
On some Samsung drives, this problem is actually lead to the corruption of data on the source and destination drives and i/o error messages. CHKDSK runs at startup, try to solve the problem, but the data would be lost or unreadable disc. I have since thrown the Samsung WD drives, do not have IO error, but the file copy problem persists. I also disabled chkdsk at startup for all readers.
My drivers and Bios are up-to-date. Computer is free of viruses and malware. I have no more trouble with Windows 7. Curiously, if I compress my folders/files in one RAR file, I have no problems copying (transfer rate remains stable at 30 ~ 50MB). This leads me to believe that this is not a hardware problem, but a problem with the Explorer of solutions, and that respect more particularly with the number of files transferred rather than size. (But unpacking these files also lead to poor performance sometimes...)
Is this a known issue that will be corrected? I really like Win7, but because I work with large number of files and many backups all the time, stability during the file copying is a must. I have perhaps to go back to XP, or use another OS entirely...
I had the same problem;
Windows 7 Pro 64
Core i7 940
7200 RPM dual 500 GB SATA
Gigabit ethernet switch
Buffalo NAS 1 TB, RAID 0, Gigabit Ethernet
I was getting speeds of transfer of a maximum of 500 / 600 KB/s between the hard drive and network storage drive. I went through a number of * fixed * on the web without success, however, I disabled "TCP AutoTuning" and "RSS" rebooted and voila, I now get speeds of transfer of 9-10 MB / s and from the network drive.
It should be noted that, in addition to this, I have updated to the latest updates for Windows and off the DRC in the Windows Options under programs/features.
How to disable TCP AutoTuning and receive scalability side
- Open a prompt with administrator rights.
- Type the following commands, and press enter (the second command on RSS is optional):
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel = disabled
netsh interface tcp set global rss = off
- Restart the computer.
I had a lot of trouble trying to install the 64-bit version of windows 7 Home Premium on my 64-bit vista, and my question is multi-part. If it is relevant, it's my 2nd copy of windows 7 I have tried. Initially, I had the problem of not being able to run the installation on two copies with the error "'autorun.dll' could not be found or is damaged. Error code is [0x7E]. "However, I managed to get into with my 2nd copy installation after restarting my computer. Once in Setup, I got another error that stopped the installation that says "windows not could create an installation folder. Error code is 0 x 80070017. "Again, I rebooted my computer and started the installation again, this time following installation was decently through but stopped when I got the error"Windows cannot copy files required for installation. The files may be damaged or missing. Error code is 0 x 80070241. "I then backed up and restarted my computer and then tried to use the option to install custom but then got the error"E:\sources\autorun.dll is not designed to run on windows or it contains an error. Try to install the program using the original media, or contact your system administrator. "coupled with the error"the file 'autorun.dll' could not be loaded or is corrupt. Error code is 0xC1"again once I restarted and tried the custom option but got the error" Windows has no load the required file WinSetup.dll.» The file is possibly corrupted. To install windows, restart the installation. Error code is 0x3E6. "I restarted my computer and tried the custom triple option more and still have the error"Windows cannot copy files required for installation. The files may be damaged or missing. Error code is 0 x 80070241. »
I understand that my problem is very complex, but it seems to be built around a missing or damaged file. Thanks if you can tell what's wrong or what to do.
Tips for solving common problems when Windows 7 won't install troubleshooting
1. start Windows Upgrade Advisor to see if there are known issues that might affect the installation and correct them.
2 disable any security software, including anti-virus programs and firewalls.
3 make sure that your computer has the BIOS and latest drivers.
4. disconnect all external devices except the keyboard and mouse before installing.
5. If your computer/motherboard integrated video use and remove the dedicated video card.
6. If you have a large amount of RAM (memory), try to reduce the amount of RAM installed. 1 GB if 32-bit installation, 2 GB for 64-bit, then replace RAM if the upgrade was successful.
7. If you have downloaded Windows 7 and it burned a DVD test burn again at the slowest speed possible. It is also possible the download may have errors, you can try to download it again.
8. check your RAM (memory) to find errors. This can take some time.
(A) Insert the Windows 7 DVD and restart the computer.
(B) start from the Windows 7 DVD.
(C) select your language, and then click Next.
(D) click on "repair your computer" then select the operating system to fix it.
(E) click on the link of the Memory Diagnostics in the system recovery menu.
(F) the computer will restart and your memory is checked for errors.
9 turn off startup programs:
(A). Click Start, type MSCONFIG in the search box and press ENTER.
OK the authorization of user account control and password if necessary
If you are using XP: click Start, run, and type: MSCONFIG and click OK.
(B) on the general tab, click Selective startup.
(C) just below the selective startup, clear the checkbox "Load Startup items".
(D) click the Services tab, check "Hide all Microsoft Services", and then click Disable all.
(E) click OK, and then restart the computer.
(F) try the upgrade again.
(NOTE: If the upgrade fails and you continue to use your rear security software, then also go back into MSCONFIG and under the general Tower XP/Vista tab, click "Normal startup", and then click OK to exit.)
Questions about installing Windows 7?
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions from Installation Windows 7 & responses
When I go to several virtual desktops using VMware View 4, I am able to copy files between virtual machines. Virtual machines are located in various isolated networks. It is a security problem in my organization and how do I disable this feature? I am not able to find any related configuration in sight connection to the server. Thank you!
I assume you are using RDP as the Protocol currently, correct?
In this case, you will need to implement some GPO:s in the workstations to avoid copy and paste.
Look in the 'Extras' folder on the view connection server, there are a number of ADM files that you can implement to restrict all sorts of things.
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I have 2 computers ethernet under XP Home SP3. They are of type ethernet connected behind a router wireless Airllink 101 a Vista laptop is connected on the wireless (the Vista laptop cannot access files either). At the same time as I had a third ethernet PC connected without SP and I was able to access his files for at least one of the other PCs. I tired remove firewalls (temp) and Virus check without success. In the network section, I can see the computers and shared files on the PC but when I try to open directories is said I can't have permission to use this network resource. Memory: server to process this command. Server? Here is the esentiallly peer computers back-to-back. I have 50 + GB on each PC. I believe that this has happened after that I installed SP2 or SP3.
See the article in the Knowledge Base Microsoft Antivirus software may Cause Event ID 2011 for a likely solution.
Hello. I use VM Player 3. My host computer is Windows 7 and VM is Oracle Linux 5. I used to copy files from the virtual machine host successfully machine. But now, when I copy a virtual machine host machine zip file, the error message appears:
"Unable to write file in Virtual Machine.Aborting the copy file operation."
The virtual machine's memory is 2 GB, and the file is about 900 MB. I think that there is enough memory to hold the file.
My question is:
Any folk can help solve the question above?
Thanks in advance.
To be able to copy this file in your virtual machine, you need about 2 GB of free space on the disk in the virtual machine on the disk that has the temp folder.
The size of the RAM to the virtual machine is not really important.
After the update the new version cannot determine file downloads. In the eyes to determine the file, but download files go in C / documents and settings even if I chose another folder
Hello, there is a general regression in firefox 27 allowing any files to upload directly to a root drive. Please try to create a subfolder (like D:\Downloads) and set as the default location for downloads...
See also bug #958899.
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