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When I play a .M4A, .MP3, or .MP4 file in OneDrive, it is echoing and playing the file like I have two tabs open. So say the file sounds like, "waaaa", the OneDrive will say, "waawaaaa." Please help.
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Remember SkyDrive? Well for some reason or an other my laptop won' let it go away. So on my phone, Laptop, and Surface Go 2, I see SkyDrive Camera Roll when I look at OneDrive. No Camera Roll. The only time I see Camera Roll is When I pull it up in File Explorer, and I do that quite often to swap files around. Besides trying to figure out the why's of this, I would also like opinions on renaming SkyDrive Camera Roll to Camera Roll. I see your gears turning folks, but keep in mind that SkyDrive Camera Roll Does Not show up in the File Explorer! The ultimate goal is to get a group of photos and videos to my phone. I already have access to them via the File explorer on my Surface Go2, but the phone is a dead end. I'm listening
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Issues w/replicating to OneDrive
I need some help understanding this new (to me) feature that requires all data on my hard drive to be replicated on the OneDrive. Not sure when this became standard practice but I recently became aware of it when I replaced my old desktop with a new desktop and noticed that there was no difference between the folders and documents on my hard drive and the ones on the OneDrive. I don't think I like this feature for several reasons: 1) As someone mentioned, you need an internet connection for it to work, not always the case for me and others. 2) You can really screw up your records if, say, you shut down your computer before OneDrive has completed the upload. 3) It's not clear to me how it manages the documentation on my desktop vs my laptop. I like the syncing with browsers but not with my hard drive. They have two different purposes. So what have I done to correct this? I turned off the OneDrive app on my desktop and I use the OneDrive web to access the files on OneDrive and I manually move specific files from my desktop to the OneDrive so I have access to them on my other devices. I still have the OneDrive app active on my laptop, I guess it's hard drive is all replicated on OneDrive. So, I'm not sure if I'm looking for help or just want to vent. I'll always welcome comments, pro or con, w.r.t. my approach but this was a major disruption for me and I never saw it coming. Not good.
As seen this morning https://www.thurrott.com/cloud/microsoft-consumer-services/onedrive/248915/onedrive-for-windows-is-finally-going-64-bit
OneDrive - Delete and Restore issue
Hi, I recently selected "free up space" in OneDrive folder in my device after I sync the files to Cloud OneDrive. I then received a message from OneDrive notifying me that I have recently deleted x number of files from Device OneDrive and ask if I want to delete the files from Cloud OneDrive. The only option given to me is either to Delete or Restore files. I am puzzled as I have already sync a copy to Cloud OneDrive. Does by selecting Restore create duplicate copy in Cloud OneDrive? Does Cloud OneDrive replaces files of the same name automatically? Can I not take any action? If I don't, the message keeps appearing. Can someone please advise? Thank you
Backup external drive files to OneDrive
Hi I need to back up files held on an external drive. This used to be possible with OneDrive, but now it seems that only files resident on the C: drive can be synchronized to OneDrive. That will not work for me; my C: drive isn't large enough to accommodate all the files I need to back up. Is there a way to backup files from drives other than the C: drive, or was that capability removed for good? Thanks,
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