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Can I just use Rekordbox?? That has the locate function. Are their limitations with RB to Denons? If Denon decide to wake up on this, can I then just import the RB data files and hit the ground running?

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I have created a small windows forms application to upload the file to one of our client's ftp site. But the problem that I'm having is that when I run this application on my local machine it uploads the file successfully. But if I run this program on our server, I get this error message;

I found the solution. The problem is the Current Working Directory of the ftp user. If you type a url like it is used as a relative path ro the working directory. For example CWD is /test then the used path is /test/path/test.txt. If you want to use an absolute path, you have to type the url like Then the file is uploaded in the folder /path/test.txt, without exception.

The server usually returns a relevant error message with the 550 code. But the FTP implementation in .NET framework translates all FTP status codes to its own (localized) message. Particularly code 550 is translated to "File unavailable". That, in many cases, hides away the real problem.

Just to throw my hat in the ring, I was getting the same error. When the FTPRequest was requesting files from the FTP Service on the same computer (same IP). In the request I was using the IP address of the machine but once I changed that to it worked. interestingly enough, requests from other IP addresses were being processed and files downloaded, just not from itself.

I too had this problem recently. What I found is that when I use ftpUploadFile the routine is trying to put the file in the root ftp folder. Normal command line ftp worked fine. However issuing a pwd command from the command line ftp revealed that this particular server was setting a different current directory upon login. Altering my ftpUploadFile to include this folder resolved the issue.

I have an annoying problem preventing me to get a file I need in an FTP. This file may have differents names so I need to access the folder first and list files inside to do a request directly to the file then.

Though chances are that you do not have overwrite permissions on the FTP server. (At least some) FTP servers return FTP status code 550, in such case. FTP implementation in .NET framework translates all FTP status codes to its own (localized) message. Particularly code 550 is translated to "File unavailable". That, in some cases (like probably this one), hides away the real problem.

4. Reload the Google Form page and check if the file uploading issue has been fixed.Use Incognito/Private Browsing ModeIf you frequently use extensions on your Google Chrome browser, a recent installation might have triggered issues with file uploading on your Google form. To avoid this issue, you can try uploading your file using incognito/private browsing mode, which disables all installed extensions by default.

In addition to these file types, the form creator can restrict the upload file size from 1 MB to 10 GB. A single Google form, however, can store up to 1GB of response data by default. You should adhere to the listed file types and sizes for a successful upload on Google forms.Use Individual Google Account to Fix the Google Form File Upload IssueIt is often noticed that users filling out the form using a shared Google account are more prone to receive file upload issues. To prevent this from happening, you should always sign in with your individual Google account to fill out a Google form and upload files to it. To achieve the same, you can switch to a different Google account inside your form by clicking the Switch Account button next to your email address.

In one of the test environments, the Index files are getting corrupted often and it causes issue with SEARCH in the portal. The test environment has 20 jvms and index node is setup in 4 jvms (out of 20). Each time when it is corrupted, we are performing the following steps -

This workaround is time consuming and the issue repeats often. Also the re-indexing takes hours and users cannot use SEARCH functionality until it is fixed. We are looking to fix this permanently so that index file does not get corrupted.

When you see Error Code 28 during a transaction, it means that the file is temporarily unavailable. When this happens, a blip occurred either during the first part of the transaction process or during authorization. During authorization, the cardholder presents their credit card to the business. This may be done by entering the number on an eCommerce site, swiping a POS terminal, or giving the card number to the merchant over the phone. The merchant then sends a request for payment authorization.

For example, I tried creating a blank new db and uploaded it. It opens fine from all computers. I then imported a db, and the result opened fine from the server. But as soon as I imported another db, the resulting database refused to open from the server. Always with the (450) file unavailable error. It would open fine from the local computer.

I had the same problem and frustration (other than my error now says "Unable to load file" rather than "File unavailable", but that's probably just because it's been almost 2 years and they've changed their message). Solved for me by unchecking "Aggregate column A" on the Chart types tab of the Chart Editor.

You get the error message - location is not available in Windows 10 when your system denies you access to any files or folder. This post will guide you about the situations when you get this error and the different methods to fix this error.

Begin the all-around scan to allow the software to look for the lost files. You can see all the recovered files when the scanning is in progress. You can stop or pause the scan in-between if you think your required data is recovered.

If this happens, your system files have been damaged or corrupted in some way. The system crash can occasionally occur while the computer is shutting down or during a Windows update, so you will be completely baffled when you first encounter this error. The full error reads as follows:

"C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\Desktop refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer, or on a network. Check to make sure that the disk is properly inserted, or that you are connected to the Internet or your network, and then try again. If it still cannot be located, the information might have been moved to a different location."

To solve C:\windows\system32\config\systemprofile\desktop refers to a location that is unavailable you must reset the path that your computer defaults to on startup. This can be done by moving your desktop to C:\windows\system32\config\systemprofile\ so the path that is taken reaches your user desktop. Alternatively, you can restore to the default path, or manually enter the correct path for the system to take to your desktop.

Since the error prompts an incorrect and unavailable desktop location, simply find the desktop folder under Users, and then copy this necessary folder to the path: C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile so your system will pick up on your desktop.

If none of these solutions worked, the issue must not be only the path setting, but that your Desktop folder is missing or damaged. If this is the case, you might need to check further and try other solutions, including to create a new user account, fix a corrupted user profile, go back to a previous Windows build, or repair the Windows system with an in-place upgrade.

If losing data during the troubleshooting course, you can use EaseUS data recovery program to recover lost system files from your hard drive. This version is completely free for recovery under 2GB, so it is worth scanning to see if it picks up on any critical files. Use the software and look for your Desktop Folder or other relevant data.

So what do you do if your data was on one of these apps and you want access to it? There are two approaches for getting files from discontinued apps: using "File Sharing" to access directly on the iOS device, and by rootling through an iOS backup.

The File Sharing interface doesn't show files from every app on your device: only the apps that support File Sharing. If the app you need doesn't show files here, there's another option: looking at a backup.

If you need help recovering files from a particular app, please reach out to us, and we'll do our best to help you. Don't forget to check out the guides we have in our support section on recovering files from a number of specific apps.

Your CTB plot styles (for example, LFX.ctb) are missing or unavailable, and you can't see them in the Plot Style Table pull-down menu in the Page Setup dialog box.

CTB, or color-dependent, plot styles are settings for how the 256 available colors in AutoCAD will appear when you plot them, including the lineweight assigned to each color. Each CTB style is stored in a separate file in your Land F/X / Admin folder. When you use CTB styles, you are essentially adapting some or all of the colors 0 through 255 to meet your office standards for plotting. You can use Color Plot Styles to plot in black and white or color.

No matter you are using Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 or Server 2016, you may be annoyed when having this issue. Fortunately, you can fix unavailable desktop location by following these methods below.

Now, we have a suggestion for you that is backing up your Windows system at once. You know, fixing the unavailable desktop location is really troublesome and a bit complicated. If you have a system backup previously, you can directly restore the system to an earlier state to help you out, without spending much time on the troubleshooting fix.

How can you back up the PC system? Take it easy! MiniTool ShadowMaker can assist you. As reliable and professional backup software, it can easily back up the Windows operating system, disks, partitions, and files & folders. 041b061a72


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