Most likely there is another device that has the drive letter that the USB drive wants to use already assigned to it. The link below will show you how to change the drive letter in Computer Management.
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That is correct, it was not installed correctly. Try running setup and choosing FULL and if you get a note that says "Has already been installed" then look for an option to 'reinstall anyway' If that should fail, contact Dell.
You need to make sure that your user account has permission to delete the folders. If you right click the folder, go to properties, you should see a security tab. This should display a list of account names and the security properties. Make sure your account name is in there. It may be that this particular has been moved from a machine that has different accounts.
Have you tried navigating past your homepage? I would open your browser and change your homepage. Your browser could have been hijacked and something changed within the browser itself. Start by trying to go to another page, see if anything loads. I will attach a link to download a spyware cleanup software called Malwarebytes, it's free, run that and restart. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will see an option to download and an option to buy, click on download that is the free version. Free Anti Malware Malware Removal
From the Start Menu, User Accounts: "Remove your password" - is that what you meant?..
If you'd like a more *advanced* version of this, you can right-click on the "Computer" icon (which CAN be present on the Desktop) and select "Manage" from the menu... Then, go to: "Local Users and Groups".
You can use the "Windows key" + "R" to open up the Run... box and type in: "lusrmgr.msc" (without the quotes) to access "Local Users and Groups" directly, btw.
Dmg file is the disc image file which is widely used by Mac systems. Most of Mac operating systems and applications are distributed in dmg files. On Windows PC, it is very convenient to manipulate dmg files with PowerISO. You can open dmg file, convert it to iso file, or burn it to a CD / DVD disc. To convert it to iso file, please follow the steps,
As soon as you start your computer, begin to repeatedly tap the F8 key until the startup menu appears. It may beep at you, ignore that and keep tapping until you have a black screen with several choices.
You have a set amount of time to choose safe mode before the computer automatically does a regular startup.
Tap your up or down arrow and that will stop the countdown. I recommend you Choose boot into safe mode with networking.
You should from there be able to navigate and perhaps figure out why it is failing.
If all else fails, restore the computer to factory settings after backing up anything you might have on it.
Could be it was for sale because it won't function consistently.