I have another drive (d) in my computer that I have all my music on. It just disappeared when I go to my computer. I was going to take off the cover to see if maybe it came unplugged. I also need to clean the inside real good, it's awfully dusty.
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You cant delete anything once files are burnt to a disk. you will have to copy the music to a folder then delete the music files that you don't want then you can add more music files then burn them to another cd/dvd
start click on computer to open you should see your drives C: and your other
drives cd dvd and your phone E: or F:
Right click on the the music disk to open
you should see your music
there you select the music files right
click on the music file/s select copy navigate back to the drive right click
select paste or hold the mouse cursor the music file/s drag them to your
and paste them in usually in my
documents my music.
Your computer will only accept ATA hard drives according to the web site. When looking at hard drives make the drive IDE ATA and not the newer SATA drives. You can also speed up your computer by maximizing your RAM Memory. Your user manual covers all this. You can also access the computer specs and upgrade possibilities at their web site.
The most-common cause is a computer-virus that DELIBERATELY has "hidden" those icons.
Take your computer to a computer-store, and get them to remove the disk-drive from your computer, attach it as a "slave" disk-drive in one of their computers, and then run a "deep" virus-scan of your disk-drive, to "clean" your files.
This means your epson printer has card reader slot. If the is the case you will it listed as a drive under My Computer. Once that done, go to where your music are, select them and grag them into it (memory card drive listed under My Computer). Or right click on your music file and select "send to" and click on the memory card drive (it should be the last on the pop out list).
it's easy to burn music into a cd first make sure that your computer has a cd-r or cd-rw drive second insert a blank cd-r or cd-rw into the drive third find the music files you want to burn onto the cd forth open my computer and start dragging the files onto the cd icon on my computer
once you have finished dragging your files open the cd on my computer and click on write files to cd,
Click on "My Computer", select C drive then File "New Folder" then type in a title for the folder such as "My Music" then when ever you download tell the download site to download to this folder. This will make it so you can easily find your music folders. If you have the music on a Cd then open "My computer" select the drive with the Cd icon by right clicking on it and then selecting "explore" this will give you access to all the music files on the drive. Click on one of the files to select it, as indicated by a solid color change, then hold down the "shift" key on your keyboard and press the "down" arrow to select the rest of the files, then click "edit" "copy" then go back to My Computer and select the "C" drive and highlight the new "My Music" file and then click "edit" and "paste". This is just one method, a harder one in some ways, to copy files from a disc to the hard drive. From here you have the source of all the files for your "you tube slide show"
does it just disappear on its own? Or is it possible that its disappearing after you plug in other USB devices and the driver letter gets nabbed? Or if you're in a office with network drives they could be taking the driver letter.
Waiting for 10 or 15 or even 30 minutes doesn't make much sense to me.
What kind of flash drive or drives do you use? .. USB Thumb/Pen/Flash drive? ..
If your flash drives in "My Computer" folder just happen to disappear, does the computer still working or freezed state?
When you say your computer does not want to start on AT ALL.' the machine is not running at all or just that the operating system is not booting up?