Having problems with Content Manager

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User Info: Albinosquid

Albinosquid
3 years ago#1
I havn't ever had problems before but for some reason it keep on coming up with "Could not connect to the server".

I'm using the USB cable method, and when I plug it in it keeps on connecting and disconnecting randomly. And if it does 'connect' it just gets stuck on the "Please wait" screen.

I tried reseting my computer and no dice. I honestly have no idea whats going on. Anyone got any clues?
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User Info: TinyTim123

TinyTim123
3 years ago#2
Perhaps check to see if there's a newer version of the Content Manager Assistant for the PC? Is there an update function in the program, perhaps?
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User Info: filanimetor

filanimetor
3 years ago#3
Albinosquid posted...
I havn't ever had problems before but for some reason it keep on coming up with "Could not connect to the server".

I'm using the USB cable method, and when I plug it in it keeps on connecting and disconnecting randomly. And if it does 'connect' it just gets stuck on the "Please wait" screen.

I tried reseting my computer and no dice. I honestly have no idea whats going on. Anyone got any clues?


Are you sure it's not your cables having an issue..?
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User Info: Albinosquid

Albinosquid
3 years ago#4
Ugh, I finally got it to work by rotating it through all four of my USB ports on my laptop until it finally decided to connect. Hope It doesn't do that again.
Squids' a Canadian.

User Info: huyi

huyi
3 years ago#5
the content manager is kinda buggy, it took me a while for the software to detect my vita aswell.
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User Info: MrFwibbles

MrFwibbles
3 years ago#6
Albinosquid posted...
Ugh, I finally got it to work by rotating it through all four of my USB ports on my laptop until it finally decided to connect. Hope It doesn't do that again.

Why not set it up to connect via wi-fi instead of USB?
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User Info: jmtstan

jmtstan
3 years ago#7
MrFwibbles posted...
Albinosquid posted...
Ugh, I finally got it to work by rotating it through all four of my USB ports on my laptop until it finally decided to connect. Hope It doesn't do that again.

Why not set it up to connect via wi-fi instead of USB?


This ^

Its more convenient this way, while your PC is on, you can just go content manager and select via wifi. no need USB cable.
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User Info: kabutokouji

kabutokouji
3 years ago#8
jmtstan posted...
MrFwibbles posted...
Albinosquid posted...
Ugh, I finally got it to work by rotating it through all four of my USB ports on my laptop until it finally decided to connect. Hope It doesn't do that again.

Why not set it up to connect via wi-fi instead of USB?


This ^

Its more convenient this way, while your PC is on, you can just go content manager and select via wifi. no need USB cable.


because if he is using a laptop, which he is, the laptop is using the wireless connection from the laptop to the router to get internet, so wont be able to connect from laptop to ps vita. just like Xlink Kai, he will either have to connect a CAT5 cable from the modem to the laptop, or use a desltop that has a wireless and wired connection.

User Info: defunct32

defunct32
3 years ago#9
This internet connection requirement just to transfer files is really ... Annoying, I see CMA like iTunes and while the latter is full of it too at least iTunes always work and doesn't require internet.
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User Info: BahamutBBob

BahamutBBob
3 years ago#10
MrFwibbles posted...
Albinosquid posted...
Ugh, I finally got it to work by rotating it through all four of my USB ports on my laptop until it finally decided to connect. Hope It doesn't do that again.

Why not set it up to connect via wi-fi instead of USB?


This was nice. Until it stopped working. I can't get my Vita and PC to see each other over wifi anymore, and nothing changed when it stopped working. (maybe a FW update, but I updated CMA after)
XBL / PSN: BahamutBBob
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