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file transfer access denied HELP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mshabsovich, Jul 27, 2006.

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  1. mshabsovich

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    Hi. i am trying to transfer a program from my laptop to my TI 84 Plus Silver Edition calculator. i put in new batteries in to the clac. when i press transfer it says that

    Access is Denied

    and gives me the error message
    80070005


    isnt this because of some setting in XP? i tried disabling my fire wall and antivirus but sill same thing.

    i googled 80070005 and found that i cannot transfer the file because of this:


    Cause
    Lots of error 80070005 messages occur when DCOM settings on the remote machine weren't correct.

    Solution sent in by Norbert
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Ole]
    "EnableDCOM"="Y"
    "EnableRemoteConnect"="Y"
    "LegacyAuthenticationLevel"=dword:1





    i checked the first 3 and found that my settings are right so far. but i was unable to check LegacyAuthenticationLevel"=dword:1


    how do i access this directory or registry entry?

    any other ideas of why i cant transfer files from my PC to calc? i tried reinstalling TI Connect 1.6. this is the software used to access the calculator via a pc. Thanks
     
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