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Error: 0x80070570 but can still watch the video?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jacer_racer, Aug 1, 2011.

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  1. jacer_racer

    jacer_racer Thread Starter

    Aug 1, 2011
    I need help with my computer... Well, I think it's my computer. Basically, I video'd something the other day on my panasonic camera, and when I went to turn it off, it said something like "Could not save file as speed of SD card is not available" or something like that...
    But when I went to put the rest of my videos on my computer that file was on the SD Card, so I tried to add it to my computer...
    This was when the error code 0X80070570 and it said "The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable...
    But I tried to play it on Windows Media Player and it plays fine... THe only thing different is on the seek bar thingy it comes up with 00:00 so you can't go forward or backward, but it still plays fine...
    If possible I would really like to fix the error, because the corrupted video is something that I'd ideally like to have. Is there any way of fixing this?
    I know you may not be able to help, because of it starting off on the camera, but if you can I would be hugely greatful!!!
  2. Stamp101


    Aug 1, 2011
    Backup all files from the card, then reformat the card. The directory is corrupt and will continue to corrupt files because it cannot properly save them. As for saving the video if it works it works. Download a free video converter and try to convert it to flv or mp4 and see if that fixes anything but create a copy first, it's a corrupted file so it could become unreadable if you tamper with it.
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