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Monitor goes into 'Power Saver Mode' on boot up!
You need to upgrade your motherboard BIOS to the latest version (V.5a) to support your DUAL CORE 2.5Ghz processor... that's the problem.
on Jan 07, 2009
Convert usb raw drive to fat drive
The Fat32 (FAT) format is used to format disk drives on Windows-based computers and can also be recognized by the Mac's OS X operating system. You can format a flash drive with the FAT format so that it can be used on both PCs and Macs. The procedure is straightforward, if different depending upon the operating system being used to do the formatting. You do not need to purchase any additional software to format the Flash drive in the FAT format. http://www.supermediastore.com/article/u/how-to-format-usb-flash-memory
Format USB flash drives with FAT, FAT32, or NTFS partition types. Plug the Flash drive into a USB port on the Mac. Double-click the "Applications" folder inside of the Mac's hard drive. Scroll down to the "Utilities" folder. Double-click the "Utilities" folder. Scroll down to the Disk Utility program. Double-click on the Disk Utility program to launch it. Click once on the icon of the Flash drive that is in the left column of the Disk Utility program's main screen. Click on the "Erase" tab at the top of the window of the Disk Utility program's main screen. Name the Flash drive in the "Name" column at the center of the Disk Utility program's main screen. Select "MSDOS (FAT) from the "Format" menu beneath "Name." Click the "Erase" button at the lower right corner of the Disk Utility program's main screen. Click the "Erase" button in the pop-up confirmation window that appears. Wait as a progress bar at the bottom of the Disk Utility program's main screen fills in from left to right. Click the "Eject" button at the top of the Disk Utility program's main screen once the progress bar is completely filled in. Quit the Disk Utility program. Remove the Flash drive from the USB port of the Mac. b> Format Flash Drive in FAT on a PC
b> Plug the Flash drive into a USB port on the PC. Go to "start," "My Computer." Right-click on the icon of the Flash drive in the center column of the window that appears below "Devices with Removable Storage." Select "Format" from the pop-up menu. Select "FAT32" from the "File System" drop-down menu in the window that appears. Click the "Start" button at the bottom of the window. Click the "OK" button in the confirmation pop-up window that appears. Wait as a progress bar fills in from left to right at the bottom of the window where you had selected "Fat32." Click the "OK" button on the "Format Complete" pop-up window when it appears. Right-click on the icon of the Flash drive that is on the desktop. Select "Erase" from the pop-up menu. Remove the Flash drive from the USB port of the PC. Hope this helps.
on Dec 23, 2012
I have loptop asus window
DVD movies are usually copy protected and cannot be copied without a DVD copy program that removes the copy protection.
You also need a DVD burning drive installed in your ASUS.
DVDFab is one of the best DVD burning programs available, I use and recommend it.
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8 hours ago
Goes straight to burn and doesen't copy
Which Program? There is a difference between Burn and Copy.
Copy means you have a CD or DvD that already has something on it such as a music CD or a movie DvD and you want to copy it. The system normally reads the CD or DvD and copies the contents to disk then asks you to put in a blank CD or DvD to make the copy.
Burn means you have Data Files, Documents or Music that is already on the disk drive and you want to put it on a Cd or DvD. Normally you just put in a blank CD or DvD then either Drop and Drag, Browse or Copy and Paste the files you want on the CD or DvD.
8 hours ago
How do i make a
this depends on what you want to copy if its a cd or a dvd you will need the burning software that will support this if you just want to copy a file click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to the file select it right click select copy then you can copy it to another place on your computer
hope this helps
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8 hours ago
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