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Old 2004-01-26, 12:08   Link #1
Rhia
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Send and recieve..

Im not sure if this is the right place to post this but, the other day i downloaded guardian hearts and now when ever i go into my anime folder that send or recieve message comes up i think u know it, well i dont wanna have to delete the download so is there anything i can do??
taskette onegaishimasu!!
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Old 2004-01-26, 12:34   Link #2
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Im sorry Im not sure what "Send and recive" message your talking about. Mabey its just me but could you try to clarify a little more?
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Old 2004-01-26, 13:18   Link #3
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does that help?

well umm how do i put it it says windows explorer has encounterd a problem there are 3 buttons with the options debug send error report or dont send its quite hard to explain.. does that help??
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Old 2004-01-26, 14:05   Link #4
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can u access that folder using the command line ?
( start, run, "cmd" )
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Old 2004-01-26, 16:49   Link #5
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let me try..

hmmm let me try..
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Old 2004-01-26, 16:49   Link #6
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can u?

Yea i can do it but i dunno how to use all of that sorta stuff.. can u talk me through it?
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Old 2004-01-26, 16:57   Link #7
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well well
here are the most basic commands:

dir
show a listing of the items in the current folder

cd <name>
changes your current path to that folder, remember to use " " if the name has spaces

cd ..
come back up of one level

copy <1> <2>
copy the file one to the path <2>
ex: copy a.avi d:\temp


this should be enough
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Old 2004-01-26, 17:12   Link #8
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hmmmm

oki
Thanks let me just try something, im really no good at this stuff my step dad is the ict man but hes busy..
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Old 2004-01-26, 17:13   Link #9
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ugggggg..

ugggg im having difficulties...i'll just get my step dad later but thanks for the help anyways...
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Old 2004-01-26, 17:25   Link #10
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I'm presuming you're using XP and not 2k here, if not you can laugh at the following...

Hmmm. As usual, one of the most evil parts (and unfotunately critical) of Windows rears its head 'explorer.exe' . For some reason it loves to crash when parsing certain avi files to produce those thumbnails on the left side in the 'common tasks' area. It restarts without problems (thankfully), but you loose your windows and some task bar icons...

IF this indeed the same problem then I think the quick solution if you don't like the command line (which can be very dangerous if you're not used to it and slip up!) is to go to 'Tools' -> 'Folder options' (in an explorer window - assuming you can get one to appear) - then changing the 'tasks' option to 'Use Classic Windows Folders' - simpler, but simpler = less likely to fail

Since, this kills the 'extra' bar on the left, you shouldn't crash it (although if you are set to view thumbnails it may still - just use the list view instead)

Bah!!.... Or just stick to SirJeannots method.... the command line interface can't be bested in times of crisis.
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Old 2004-01-26, 17:30   Link #11
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copying your files (copy *.* d:\temp) using the command mode is sure to work
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Old 2004-01-27, 12:49   Link #12
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yup i am

Yup im using xp.
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Old 2004-01-27, 12:50   Link #13
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thank u..

Quote:
Originally Posted by EtherNEZ
I'm presuming you're using XP and not 2k here, if not you can laugh at the following...

Hmmm. As usual, one of the most evil parts (and unfotunately critical) of Windows rears its head 'explorer.exe' . For some reason it loves to crash when parsing certain avi files to produce those thumbnails on the left side in the 'common tasks' area. It restarts without problems (thankfully), but you loose your windows and some task bar icons...

IF this indeed the same problem then I think the quick solution if you don't like the command line (which can be very dangerous if you're not used to it and slip up!) is to go to 'Tools' -> 'Folder options' (in an explorer window - assuming you can get one to appear) - then changing the 'tasks' option to 'Use Classic Windows Folders' - simpler, but simpler = less likely to fail

Since, this kills the 'extra' bar on the left, you shouldn't crash it (although if you are set to view thumbnails it may still - just use the list view instead)

Bah!!.... Or just stick to SirJeannots method.... the command line interface can't be bested in times of crisis.






Thanks a million...
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