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G50-45 - Recover Disks

Q: G50-45 - Recover Disks

Hi. Unit no longer under warranty. Gift from friend. Can I still get those Disks? NOVO didn't work Maybe I'm doing it wrong. Thanks. Couldn't find agreement.

Preferred Solution: G50-45 - Recover Disks

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

A: G50-45 - Recover Disks

support center. $50, if available.

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After doing the 'f' option to format the hard drive the computer consistantly reboots after the screen flashes a "NTDETECT failure" error after the restore partition is prepared. What am I missing?

A:hp nx9420 can't recover from disks.

The "'f' option" from where?

IF you can get into BIOS Setup, see what hard drives it finds. Sounds like your HD is dead & not seen by the BIOS. This would cause the NTDETECT failure.

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I'm trying to run a recovery disk that came with my Toshiba Satellite laptop running XP. The operating system is giving me a lot of grief and I just want to revert back to the day I bought it.
To run the revocery disk I should put it in my CD-ROM drive (d and start up the laptop while pressing key C (and then follow the instructions)
However the DC-ROM drive has been removed and I have no access to it but am instead running my CDs on an external CDRW (Archos). The problem seems to be that the laptop does not recognise this external drive during start up (called E: on my laptop) and does not autostart the recovery CD.
Is there any way to tell my laptop to look for the recovery CD on my E-drive instead.
According to the text on the CD case this revocery disk can only be run on this laptop.
Thankful for any tips (as I am trying to sort out my son's computer before he goes back to uni!)

A:Running recover disks in CD ROM drive

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A friends PC's motherboard has packed it in. He had 2 hard drives in Raid 0 configuration in the PC. Is there a way of getting the data off the drives with out having to set them up in Raid 0 again? Can I connect them both to a PC via USB and reconstruct the striped data from both drives?


A:Recover data from disks in Raid 0

Raid 0 places data at great risk of total and unrecoverable loss due to the fact that if one disk fails, all data is a total and absolute loss.

The answer to your question is "No". Even if someone comes up with a way to do this, I think you would find that rebuilding the raid would be far easier.

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Hi all,
I have inherited a Qasmio Model PQF65A-00Y002 and am trying to revert the computer to its out-of-box condition. I have had to replace the system board with a second-hand one 'guaranteed to work'. There was a slight difference in the boards even though they had the same P/No in that there was nowhere on the replacement board to allow for the TV Connection Board. (Which I have no use for anyway!)
I can get to the stage where it says "HDD RECOVERY MODE" by holding zero or tapping F8, but it stops loading just as the "Loading windows coloured flag" starts to appear. This happens with booting from HDD or Recovery disks.
I have tried using 'ultimate boot CD' and 'gparted live' with no luck. I have tried the Windows repair disk but it only loads the files and then hangs on a black screen with no HDD activity displayed.I have searched for a copy of the "backup media" but it appears to be only available in Europe. Has anyone got any other actions that may allow me to recover this laptop,
Thanks in advance,

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I made 3 recovery disks for my hp laptop and ever since i posted the "my laptop wont turn on" ive been having problems with system recovery.
i want to system recovery, put the first disk in, formated the hard drive, let the recovery manager put the disk files on the laptop, and let it restart. now what do i do, there are 4 options. i need to do the other 2 disks, and if i try to use the computer, a popup says "system not fully installed. run setup again." Now what should i do? my parents hate windows vista and i dont want to put factory installations and stuff back on it, because it had vista.

A:Solved: Why Cant I REcover My hP Laptop With Multiple Homemade recovery Disks?

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Can any kind person explain the difference between a

Boot disk and Restore disk?

The reason I am asking is my Hard disk appears to be on its last legs and when it finally goes I will have to buy and install a new one.

I have a Restore CD (actually 2 that came with my computer) and I have read a little about Boot disks.

so .... When I start my computer with the new Hard disk what do I use? (as it will be blank)

a Boot disk?
or a Restore disk?
or both?

many thanks

A:Boot disks and Restore disks?

A boot disk is a disk that your computer can use to boot. A restore disk is a disk that contains some sort of restore information.

A boot disk may contain restore information and a recovery disk may be bootable.

In your case, you should just boot from the restore CD and follow the pretty on-screen instructions.

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I have just purchased Partition Magic 8 and installed it on my comp. without any problem,my new120GB HDD. was formatted and partitioned into three using my Windows XP Pro.instalation disk,now when I try to use PM.to change the size of the partitions nothing happens ie:- when I click on PM. in programs my comp.just hangs and I have to switch it off at the mains.I have read in the PM.Quick Start Guide "Quote" Windows XP uses Basic Disks and Dynamic Disks you CANNOT Perform PM Operations on Dynamic Disks "Unquote"Does anyone know if this is the problem I am having,and if so is there any way to resolve it? Any help on the above subject appreciated.
regards CallMac

Since I posted this Query I have gone into disk management and it has the partitions as TYPE Basic so I dont think that this is the problem,I also tried to open PM. again but the computer just keeps hanging with the little hour glass showing as if it is trying to do something but eventualy I have to switch it off at the mains.Can PM.be uninstalled?

A:Dynamic Disks/Basic Disks (help please)

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Hi all, a while ago I had the idea to start from scratch to clean up the system and gain more performance. But I have not done yet because I have some doubts.

On the PC I have Acronis True Image Home 2011
--> In the part where it says My backups I see the image that I have saved.
--> When I click on "Explore and recover" :To the right I see 2 items to recover: "Reserved for System and Local Disk (C)"
Therefore, the partition (D)will remain intact. Right ? But if I want to restore everything, both partitions, i have to use the option "Files and folders" ?

Extra info : I did not create the image, other person is who created it :P

A:Difference between recover partitions or recover files and folders.

How long ago was that Acronis image made?

I guess I don't understand your intent. You talk about starting over to clean up and gain more performance, but then express interest in restoring "everything".

Was that image made at a time when your system was running perfectly? How has your system changed since that date? If you restore, you will have to reinstall any applications you've acquired since the image was made. And that image won't contain any personal data acquired since it was made. Maybe it contains no personal data at all?
If you are going to "start from scratch", I assume you mean you want to do a clean install of Windows.

If you were to do that, the only thing in that image file that might possibly be important to you would be personal files---pictures, videos, mp3s, Word documents, browser bookmarks, possibly email, etc. And that would be personal files as of the date of that image, not your current personal files. And not Windows itself.

If I wanted to "start over", I would:

1: back up all current personal files to some other drive, probably external. I would NOT use an image for this. I'd just copy them with the mouse.

2: reinstall Windows.

If I did those 2 things, the contents of the Acronis image would be irrelevant.

You should forget about Acronis if you don't understand it or know whats in any images you have. Particularly if you didn't make the image yourself. Images can fail you anyway. I'd never rely on them exclusi... Read more

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My other computer with Win 7 Pro has died, and I didn't have any back up disks or recovery disks.
I realised I needed to back up this laptop that runs Win 7 home edition.
I went to the back up bit via the control panel and picked the 'let windows choose what to back up' as clearly I haven't got the knowledge to pick and choose what to back up.

My understanding was that choosing this will back up everything on the laptop. All my photos, videos and files etc, along with the operating system.

I had lots of DVD disks so decided to use them. The back up started then it told me it needed to format the disk. I let it do that. I also picked at the beginning to back up data as opposed to videos. So away it goes. Anyway 9 hours later and 8 DVD disks later it tells me windows had finished the back up successfully bar one file. I look at what that file is and it's just some old folder of mine with probably nothing in it. It didn't look important.

Today I put the disks in the lap top to see if I could see my folders of photos etc. But all I can see is this (Pic attached) all the disks have this on them. When looking at the properties of the disks they are all totally full.

Is this normal? Is this what it is meant to look like. How do you use the disks? I'm too scared to click anything in case I do something wrong.
Please advise, thanks so much.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home ... Read more

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I was installing a fresh copy of Windows, when I wasnt paying attention and accidentally deleted the wrong partition(which was my full 80g hard drive that has everything on it!!). Luckily, I noticed what I had done BEFORE I formatted it. So now the partition is an unpartitioned 80g, and I installed a fresh copy of xp on the RIGHT hard drive i meant to install it on in the first place! Can anyone help me? That hard drive is very important to me, and I know there has to be a way to get it back. For right now I am leaving the unpartitioned drive alone until I get some feedback. So if anyone can help, suggest a EASY to use program, or give any support, IT WOULD BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED! Thankyou very much!

A:Help me recover....?, Partition Deleted, Help Me Recover It


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I was installing a fresh copy of Windows, when I wasnt paying attention and accidentally deleted the wrong partition(which was my full 80g hard drive that has everything on it!!). Luckily, I noticed what I had done BEFORE I formatted it. So now the partition is an unpartitioned 80g, and I installed a fresh copy of xp on the RIGHT hard drive i meant to install it on in the first place! Can anyone help me? That hard drive is very important to me, and I know there has to be a way to get it back. For right now I am leaving the unpartitioned drive alone until I get some feedback. So if anyone can help, suggest a EASY to use program, or give any support, IT WOULD BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED! Thankyou very much!

A:Help me recover....?, Partition Deleted, Help Me Recover It

Partition undelete

Have a look at TestDisk

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My hard drive is failing on my HP envy m6 and I need to install my windows 8.1 OS over to a new drive. The computer will not boot completely and I have bad sectors affecting the c: drive. Windows tries to fix them but it ran for over 24 hours and never finished. I have been able to copy over the recovery partition to a new drive, but an OS transfer using partition software does not work. Is there any way I can recover the OS to the new drive using just the recovery partition? Any way to start this from a USB drive or other methods? Thanks, RGecy

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Please help me, I have had my computer for about a year now and up untill recently has just given me a problem, My disk drive for some reason unknown to me has just 'given up the goose' so to say, and refuses to read disks with data. I have tried reading a disk with no data and it seems to read that just fine. I done know what is wrong with it but any help would be much abliged.

A:Disk Drive will not read disks with data but will read disks with NO data

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About a month ago I bought a new Pavilion 17-g153us from Office Depot as an open-box unit for a reduced price. Unit works great so far. There was no disks or user manual whatsoever in the box. Shouldn't there be at least a Windows 10 disk included as well as others like motherboard and/or various drivers. I see that there is a recovery disk set available for purchase. Shouldn't have this been included with the notebook? Want to get this taken care of before something does go wrong!

A:No disks

You can order Recovery Media or make it yourself using HP Recovery Manager software:http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04758961#AbT5

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Q: disks

I have a bunch of disks (floppy 3.5) and am starting to go through them. I open them up and it uses image expert to open them ............. can I change what program it uses to open them ??


I have just installed xp pro and ever since nero will not recognise a RW disk anyone any suggestions Thanks

A:RW Disks

It's unlikely, but try opening 'my computer', right click on your CD Rom drive, select 'properties'. On the 'recording' tab, select 'enable cd recording on this device'.

If it's already checked, make sure your Nero is installed correctly, and you have the latest firmware and updated drivers for your optical drive. Also maybe try another brand of RW, they're so mass produced nowadays a bad disc isn't uncommon.

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Q: 2 disks

Hello there !!

I have pentium 3 processor on my system.
My master Hdd is a 40gb disk.
When I try to connect a 5.3gb, it is not detected by the system.

Please get me far.

A:2 disks

"not detected by the system" means what?

When you connect ATA devices then they have to be either slave or master. On one cable there should be one slave and/or one master. The master/slave setting is done via jumper(s) on the devices.

In BIOS setup set all the IDE devices to be auto-detected.

In Windows you may have to partition and format the newly added drive.

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I have spent a lot of time editing my camcorder output on DVD-RAM on my Panasonic DVD Recorder. Now I find it to be a near pointless operation because I can only share my epic with other Panasonic owners. On my computer I have Ulead Video Studio SE which produces a parameter error when I try to import the files (although it displays them). I think I can do the transfer by connecting up leads to the outputs on the DVD recorder but I suspect I shall lose quality. I think someone with a hard drive DVD Panasonic Recorder could convert it to a finalized DVD-Video disc. Surely there should be a simpler way. Desperately need an expert here.

A:DVD-RAM disks

Let's back up here...

What recording mode was used on the DVD-RAM made in the Panasonic? 2-hour SP? (or 1-hour XP)
If so, this will be easy.

If not, maybe harder to work with.

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Goodday Folks:

I've got a problem with my burning system for RW disks. This thing has always been finicky telling me it didn't format a disk when in reality it did. The problem has gotten worse. It will not format RW disks. It will read disks to which I have previously loaded data, it will allow me to add data to those disks, and it will erase data from disks, but it will not format either erased or new disks. In fact it is now at the point where, if I attempt to format a disk my computer freezes and I have to do a system restore.
In the tutorials there is an item entitled "Removable Hard Disk Drives-Allow or Deny Read and Write Access." Is this the appropriate procedure for resolving this problem.
For response by e-mail: my new address is REMOVED

Powell Lucas

A:RW Disks

I tried Nero InCD years ago. I never found it to be reliable. Anything that works like that, I would get it off your system. If you want to burn data to erasables, format the disc using Imgburn. Then burn all the data on at once as if it was a DVDR or CDR. The "Big Floppy" idea is a big flop. If you want to add or remove stuff from the disc, copy to a folder on the HD. Add or remove stuff to/from the folder. Make an .iso image. Burn with Imgburn. (A quick erase before burning is advisable if you are using the erasable discs on more than one PC or if they were formatted on a different machine.)

Even then, there's no guarantee it will read back using a different drive on a different PC. I had a bunch of erasable CDs I burned this way. I updated to a newer similar computer. It didn't like the discs. Fortunately I had another copy of the files on a different medium. You should use erasables only for expendable data, like a movie test burn. Any files you really need should be stored on something more reliable.

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I have some Memorex CD-RW disks that say they are "music cd" "for use in home audio cd recorders". My wife bought them at kmart.

Can they be used for data cd-rw storage? I haven't tried them yet, but I can't imagine why not. Does anyone know? Thanks.

A:Best cd-rw disks

You just pay a little extra for royalties with the ones for use in entertainment recorders. There is a code imprinted on them that the entertainment recorders must find to show the royalties were paid. They work fine in any burner.

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i was wondering if it matters which zip disk one should use (talking about PC and MAC disks). i know this is probably a stupid question but i've got a 250mb zip disk on an ibm laptop. does the non-mac zip drive not read mac disks?

A:zip disks

It's not the zip drive that won't read mac disk, it's the operating system.

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I noticed that on unused zip disks, there are already files on them:


Should these be left there or can I delete them without causing the disk to become unusable?

A:zip disks

This looks like they were formatted to make them boot disks.If they are supposed to be bootable disks and you delete these files the disks will no longer be bootable.

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A friend of mine dropped off his "new" computer that he got from his brother. It doesn't have sound. First I installed Everest Home, AVG Free, and ZoneAlarm Free. Then I scanned his computer for viruses and found 35 Trojens (oh yeah).

Instead of messing around with HiJacking the computer to remove the viruses I figured that a clean install of XP Pro (Current OS) would be best and then update to SP2 but he doesn't have the disks. Any Ideas???

A:Win Xp Pro Disks

As long as you have the 25-digit license key, you can use any XP Pro disks as long as it's not an upgrade, unless it's a proprietary computer like Dell or something and you'll need the drivers for everything, like motherboard and so on.

I'd check what all the hardware is (Device Manager) first, then try to get all the drivers before I reinstalled.

But if sound is the main problem, it might be wise to troubleshoot that first. If it turns out to be a hardware problem, reinstalling isn't going to fix it. Check the Device Manager to see if the sound card is showing any problems. (Windows Key + Pause/Break key, Hardware Tab, Device Manager button)

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I just finished completing my photo story with music. I was wondering which type of disk I should burn this to so I can view it on my dvd player recorder? I tried some dvd disks but I can't seem to burn to them. will a regular cd-r work?
thank you

A:Cd Dvd Disks

A couple of questions:Does your DVD player, play VCD/SVCD disks?VCDVCD stands for 'Video Compact Disc' and basically it is a CD that contains moving pictures and sound. If you're familiar with regular audio/music CDs, then you will know what a VCD looks like. A VCD has the capacity to hold up to 74/80 minutes on 650MB/700MB CDs respectively of full-motion video along with quality stereo sound. VCDs use an encoding standard called MPEG-1 to store the video and audio. A VCD can be played on almost all standalone DVD Players and of course on all computers with a DVD-ROM or CD-ROM drive with the help of a software based decoder / playerVCDSVCDSVCD stands for 'Super VideoCD'. A SVCD is very similiar to a VCD, it has the capacity to hold about 35-60 minutes on 74/80 min CDs of very good quality full-motion MPEG-2 video along with up to 2 stereo audio tracks and also 4 selectable subtitles. A SVCD can be played on many standalone DVD Players and of course on all computers with a DVD-ROM or CD-ROM drive with the help of a software based decoder / player.SCVDWhat format is your photo story with music (AVI, MPEG, etc.)?

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Hi,can someone tell me the difference between blank disks DVD+R & DVD-R


A:dvd disks

First hit on Goo Goo http://www.videohelp.com/dvd

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Hello my dvd burner says i can do double layer to dvd disks so it has 8.5GB instead of 4.7 and i went to burn something 5gb onto the disk and says there is no room

any ideas?

A:Dvd Disks

The first question i would ask since you have a dual layer dvd burner. Are you using dual layer dvd's? Duel layer dvd's are pretty pricey compared to normal dvd's. I have seen them going for around $25 for 5 pack.

My second question is......What software are you using to burn your dvd's?

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Dear all,

I'm running vista ultimate. Each and everytime I shut down (or restarts) the PC, its telling me that "one of your disks needs to be checked for consistency". If I do not hit ESC, it runs CHKDSK, but finds no problem. Vista performs normally after the scan has been done.

This has resulted in me e.g. not beeing able to defrag the disk.

Has anyone had the same problem as I?

A:One of your disks needs to ....

See if this pertains to youhttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/831426/en-us

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Q: Disks?

Hi Guys!!

Could someone please explain the difference between a startup disk and a boot disk? which one has fdisk on it where you can look at the partitions etc?




will a floppy and a zip disk both hold the same types of files? (so is it just that the zip holds a lot more?) and where do you insert them in your computer, do they go in the floppy drive?

A:Zip disks

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I have always heard that an OEM disk can only be active on 1 machine only.
I have purchased 2 identical machines from the same company off of eBay.Both were refurbs and exactly identical(model,cpu,OS).I call them my twins.
Didn't realize how accurate that was until I looked at the System Information for Windows reports.The OS code key AND serial numbers match exactly.
Machines were purchased 2 1/2 weeks apart.Both were refurbed prior to sale and shipped with XP Pro pre-installed.
Seller has an eBay rating of 99.8% with over 11k in sales.At the time of my second purchase, they still had more than 90 identical units on sale.All were listed as being "off-lease" units.
No telling how many other machines are running with the same key code.

A:??? about OEM disks.

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I recently purchased a pack of RW- CDs. It came w/o any directions. My question is, "what do I do when a CD is full?" Is there some routine which restores a CD-RW's ability to again store data? Thank you for kind replies to this conundrum !

A:DW-RW Disks

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I have two Dell computers with "Zip" drives. The older of the two has Zip 100 while the newer has Zip 250. It has become hard to find Zip Disks anymore here. I though the Zip Disk was excellent for quick back up of data. What has happened?, has it been replaced? If so with what? I had rather not use a CD to back up Quicken each time I work in it.

A:Zip Disks

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I have read where OEM WIN7 disks are tied to the original computer and can never be reinstalled to another motherboard. Out of curiosity is this a just "licensing issue" or will the activation key simply not work on a second install.

Will the same thing occur on disks labeled "intended for distribution with a refurbished PC"?

A:Win 7 Pro OEM disks

A Windows 7 install disc/dvd (not disk) can be used on any PC you want, if the key is a retail key it can be used on any PC you want, as long as the reatail key that came with that disc is only used and activated on 1 PC, it can not be used on more then 1 PC at a time.

An OEM key is tied to the motherboard it is 1st used on, it can be used over and over again as many times as you want on that motherboard.

If that motherboard dies, you are supposed to buy another key.

But if that happens you can always call Microsoft, explain what happened, and see if they will issue you another key.

A Windows 7 install disc/dvd is not tied to any PC, it`s just an install disc.

Branded install discs (HP, Dell) etc are meant to be used on the PC they are sold with for automatic activation purposes.

PC manufacturers stopped giving out discs with their PC`s a long time ago.

Not sure if they came with a Vista PC as I bought Vista retail (Twice)

But seriously, I Loved Vista

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Are OEM disk important if I want to repair other peoples computers? If so why?

A:OEM Disks

I would say they are important to use because if you have to use the COA product code a retail version wont work when it comes time for it to be activated.it wont accept the product key thats on the computer.if you are working on a dell then use a dell oem or if its an hp an hp oem etc because it recognizes the unique motherboard configuration of each computer.thats the way ive always understood it anyway. if someone has a better explaination im sure they will have a better answer.

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I thought the idea of RW was you could write some files today and some more tomorrow. It is not allowing me to add file.

In that case, how is it different from CD-R?

A:CD RW Disks

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Well I tried to download an anti-virus, that ended up giving me a giant virus, I've gotten that off but I can't get to my hard disks, c drive, and it shows only my floppy drive and no CD drive, I've tried system restore but the vrius made the restore point set to when it started its lovely route to killing this machine, please if you could help I'd love it.

A:Can not get to hard disks.

Hello TessaLeigh

Can you access the drive from Start/Run and typing the drive-letter?

If so Download Tweak UI

Install and run Tweak UI
Click the (+) sign near the My Computer section
Select Drives
Put a checkmark near the drive-letters that you want to unhide
Click Apply, OK

If you still have problems your machine might still be infected.
Please follow our 5 Step process outlined here:


After running through all the steps, please post the requested logs in the HijackThis Log Help forum.

If you have trouble with one of the steps, simply move on to the next one, and make note of it in your reply.

Please be patient when waiting for a reply. This forum is very busy and someone will help as soon as possible.


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Good Morning John, please excuse my query, but how would you do a slipstream in that case? Or is that impossible. I am referring the the method of having the SP-2 file sitting on the desktop. I haven't seen one of these versions of W-XP.

By the way I originally stole the slipstreaming idea from one of your posts and there are a lot of people found it also solved their problems. I have not been doing any simple direct installs since, on any athlon or duron system in the 1900 to 3000 area, you really started something! It certainly makes a difference!
Of course I don't pass the credit to you! (LOL)
Cheers, qldit.

A:Slipstreaming O/S Disks

You can take a upgrade or retail copy of XP, use Autostreamer to slipstream SP2 onto it, and then burn the upgraded XP. It'll then install just like any other XP version.

I don't know what you're talking about with SP2 on the desktop, why would you want it there, I want it integrated into the release.

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Hello guys, I have two hard disks, both have separate operating systems. I have to attach and deattach both hard disks with the system to use other operating system, Is there a way that I don't have to do this, just use 1 hard disk that I want without deattaching other.
For detail
I attach both hard disk with my system, If I want to use 1 hard disk, other hard disk should not be available, so if I use 2nd hard disk 1st should be unavailable.

A:two hard disks

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when i pass my exam i hope to be a IT technician but i need to know how do i install the correct drivers for a computer/laptop that dont have any hardware disks.. i found that some programs like everest home and ultimate edition are next to useless and the windows find driver was a complete waist of my time and caused me to have to reformat. is there any little secret that computer technicians use to put on the right drivers on?

A:Install without disks

You do to the manufacturer's website and download the correct drivers.

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So, peeps,
It may be a stupid question, but since there are 2 disks in my Windows 7 box, can I install both a 32 bit AND a 64bit version, on 2 separate computers?


A:2 Disks in Windows 7 Box

Only if you have two activation codes as the same one can't be used more than once at a time

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Hi,I have tried to use XP (winmedcene, actually) backup in Control panel to backup my C drive because I need to run the system recovery disc ( neither PCWorld nor M$ would give me Windows!) as the machine is now very slow and cranky.

Fine except that the app tells me I need a floppy! But this pc like almost all others now does not have an A drive (shows up in CP tho'!).
So, how does one proceed please?

This next bit does my head in! The C drive is 70G and 44G are used. I wanted to copy the whole SM to a spare 71G partition on another physical drive ('cos I can't backup!). Won't do it! After a few minutes I am told there is not enough space on the (Q) drive, but it is bigger than the C! And I only need 44G of that anyway!???


A:floppy disks???

Use a disk imaging software like DriveImage XML to make an image of C: on the other drive.

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I have 3 hard disks. 1 sata II and 2 old hard disks. 1 of the old hard disks is a master hard disk, the other is a slave hard disk. I would like to install win xp on the sata II hard disk, and start the pc with the sata II hard disk, as this gives best performance to the pc ( am I right?)? Is this possible, as one of the old hard disks is a master hard disk? On what hard disk will the pc start up?

A:using 3 hard disks

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Is there ANY product out there that will allow a PC to accept Mac formatted disks (zips, floppys, etc.)?

A:PC accept Mac disks?

Chris286 said:

Is there ANY product out there that will allow a PC to accept Mac formatted disks (zips, floppys, etc.)?Click to expand...


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That pretty much sums it up. How do I know which ones should I order?

A:Difference between DVD -R and DVD +R Disks

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