Solved Error Code 0x8007007-Camera Chip to 32mb Flash Drive Transfe

June 22, 2017 at 21:26:52
Specs: Windows 10
I am trying to copy pictures from my digital camera chip to a flash drive of 32mb. It does nothing for a long time then says 'semaphore timeout period has expired.' I did a search and different results want me to download SmartPCFixer and Repair Tool. I am doing this on my NuVision Windows 10 tablet.

Derek helped me with something but I don't recall what it was.

Thanks,

Jeanine


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#1
June 23, 2017 at 00:06:47
Run chkdsk in Administrator mode on the flash drive.

Drive Error Checking in Windows 10
http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...
How to Scan & Fix Hard Drives with CHKDSK in Windows 10
https://www.tekrevue.com/tip/fix-ha...


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June 23, 2017 at 00:18:35
"Derek helped me with something but I don't recall what it was"
When you can't recall, click on your name & you will see your posts.
Same applies for anybodies name.
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#3
June 23, 2017 at 09:11:01
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Hello again Jeanine.

Unless someone reliable has suggested it DO NOT install things like Smart PC Fixer, some are scams and others can cause more trouble than they are worth. If you have installed it uninstall it now - it is not directly related to any specific issue you are having.

If the suggestions already given have not fixed the problem go through these:
https://appuals.com/how-to-fix-the-...
It seems this is a USB 3.0 issue. Another transfer method, if possible, could fix this. For example if you are using a camera card use a cable or vice versa.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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#4
June 24, 2017 at 17:48:01
Derek - Good to hear from you. I'm not sure I understood, completely, the link you sent. But, the part I did understand was something about 'slow wired links'.
This is what I have figured out...
I am using a hub. That hub holds the camera chip in a reader, as well as, a 32gb flash drive. My intent is to copy the images from the camera to another area in case something happens to the camera pictures. I am attempting to transfer 672 pictures at a total of 356mb.
On my Dell Laptop, at home, I am able to do this with one copy and paste from the chip to the flash drive. But, when I attempt the same thing on my NuVision Windows 10 Tablet I had the following issues.
First, when I attempted to copy all of them at once...it took over 18 pictures and
locked up.
Then, I tried it again, and only tried 100 pictures...it said 15% OK; then at 45% it
locked up and actually got 43 of the 100 pictures.
Then, I tried 30 pictures and that worked fine; tried 40 and that didn't work.

So, what I'm thinking now is that this poor, little tablet just can't do that much at one time. If I'm going to transfer pictures from my card reader with the camera chip to a flash drive I can only do it in sets up to 30; which is fine.

Does this sound like I have discovered what the issue was. I don't think I need to the stuff noted in your link cause I don't think the tablet is capable of doing so much at once anyway.

Thanks for your assistance.

Jeanine


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#5
June 24, 2017 at 18:34:41
Yep, it seems like you've unearthed a clue. Is there only one USB socket? What I'm wondering is if you are sharing the same cable for the chip and the flash drive (if that's what you mean) it could well cause issues.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#6
June 24, 2017 at 20:16:15
The tablet has only 1 usb port so I need a hub to attach both the camera card reader and the flash drive I want to move it to. I also did think the hub could cause the problems too; but, I sue 2 hubs hooked off each other on my laptop and it worked fine.
I think I will just transfer over 30, or less, pictures each time. I take the tablet on vacations and want to be sure I don't lose my pictures. I read somewhere that people have had a camera chip go back and they lost all their pictures.

Thanks so much for your help.


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#7
June 25, 2017 at 05:23:27
Glad to hear you managed to work around it and thx for letting us know.

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June 25, 2017 at 10:30:57
Thank you...what a wonderful service you are...

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