From: yuppicide on 1 Apr 2010 16:56
Just thought I'd chime in once more that the software you suggested totally
cleared the problem. I've been using both drives since then with no issues
what-so-ever. I copied over a bunch of video I recorded from a live concert,
etc. Everything I've tried works.
<trashcan(a)xrex.us> wrote in message
> On Thu, 18 Mar 2010 16:52:42 -0500, philo <philo(a)privacy.invalid>
>>> What does "Delay Write Failed" for a flash drive plugged into a Windows
>>> Pro machine?
>>It's probably failing
>>Considering their price...
>>I'd just toss it
>>> I'll tell you my problem.
>>> I also have a memory card reader from Vivitar that I got at Staples. It
>>> reads SDHC cards and I have a 4GB SDHC card. This one is probably a
>>> old and had only a few MB's of files on it. I use it in a device that
>>> into my Atari 2600 (old video game system from 1977). I can design games
>>> test them right on a real machine... but anyway it's hardly got any use.
>>> I have a flash drive of unknown brand.. I got it for my Girlfriend free
>>> buying a special edition of the newest Sims game. It's 4GB. This one is
>>> little older.. got it when the new Sims came out. This one only had some
>>> pictures on it and got very little use as well.
>>> Originally I brought my reader and 4GB card to a computer and copied
>>> files. When I got to home I wanted to copy those files to my home
>>> It would not copy some. I believe it popped up an error message about
>>> parameter incorrect.
>>> I thought maybe it had to do with large filesizes, such as video, so I
>>> smaller files, mp3 music. Same error, but only with some of the stuff.
>>> will play the music just fine off the memory card, but won't copy to my
>>> I also tried moving the reader to the rear port on the computer, no
>>> Thought maybe it was the memory card or reader being bad, so I tried the
>>> flash drive.. same problem.
>>> Computer I am getting files from is XP Pro, computer I am copying to is
>>> Media Center 2005. Both all the latest updates.
> This ia a known problem....If you read this article and use the
> SysIntennals 'Cache Set' it shoud get you straightened out. It worked
> for me!
> Eddie in Loveland
> "Personally, I don't trust weathermen. They change their story every
> day!" - Tia Carmen
From: trashcan on 1 Apr 2010 21:42
On Thu, 1 Apr 2010 16:56:46 -0400, "yuppicide"
>Just thought I'd chime in once more that the software you suggested totally
>cleared the problem. I've been using both drives since then with no issues
>what-so-ever. I copied over a bunch of video I recorded from a live concert,
>etc. Everything I've tried works.
><trashcan(a)xrex.us> wrote in message
Great...glad to hear it.
Eddie in Loveland
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