I need some help again lol...I put an episode of the Simpsons on the memory
stick on my phone. I plug it into the school computers, but only the
phone's internal memory is recognized. I created a shortcut to F:\ (the
memory stick) and the computer recognizes it, but when I go to open it, I
get this error (attached). Kinda hard to explain lol.
Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance :thumbs:
The admins probably blocked the users using USB drives probably due to the fact that they don't want students to put viruses or dodgy shit onto the school's network. They probably won't let you access it even if you ask them unless you can someway make them believe that it's for media studies or something partly academic.
Your school computer probably has it blocked due to security issues.
Edit: Yeah what fudge said...
yeah, that sucks. Is your internet restricted as well? I know this website
that lets you stream full episodes of Family Guy, American Dad, and I think
the Simpsons. I'm in class right now but as soon as I get home, I'll post
*EDIT* NVM, I found it but it's been shut down. DAMN!
No...the thing is, the phone has internal memory (only 20MB) and a memory
stick. The computer recognizes the internal memory (and lets me look at
pictures and video clips), but not the memory stick.
There are sites that are blocked, but the only reason I want to watch videos is because we're not allowed on the internet at all in one of my computer classes (but we can do anything else) and most of the class finishes their work with like 2 or 3 days left lol.
How does an episode of the simpsons fit in 20MB or storage?
No...The Simpsons are 86mb and I put them on the memory stick (512mb). I use the phone's memory just for pictures and stuff.
F:\ drive is the default for flash drives so your admin must have blocked access to it. Anwyay why not watch the SImpsons on your phone?
Is there a way I can change the memory stick to be read as E:\ and the phone's internal memory as F:\? If there's no other way, I will just watch the episode on the phone...It's just not the same with a 2" screen though lol.
The drive names are incremented with each hardware componet installed. E,F,
plug in another you'd have G, another you'd have H, ect.
Chris_Knows - got it now.
Burn a video file and put it on DVD or, as a data file file on disk. Your CD/DVD drive should still work.
I was thinking of that, but I know the CD/DVD drives on some computers are
blocked...The one I'm using is pretty new though so I'll try it on
Thanks for the help everyone :thumbs: