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A search of the Oracle Metalink site ( http://metalink.oracle.com/ ) for the ORA-27063 and ORA-19502 errors returns Oracle Document ID 271511.1. This note indicates the hard drive of the Oracle server is full.
Proof of purchase in extremely reasonable. How would you likeit if someone stole your machine and it was easy to break into your bank details?
Did you pay by credit card? Use that as proof of purchase.
The only way is through your Sony Service Centre.
Time on most flash games is based on the RTC and/or Windows time. make sure your computer is set to sync with an NTP server right click the clock in the bottom right hand corner and click change time settings. and make sure you're set up to sync w/internet time
Try looking on the underside of the notebook directly above the factory OEM sticker that states what version of windows you are running. I the sticker has rubbed off so that you cannot see the information there you will have to contact the manufacturer with the point of sale that you purchased it at so they can find the information on the standard warranty paperwork.
Depending on how long ago you purchased your laptop, you should have been prompted to burn Recovery Discs when you initially set it up after purchase. These are easy enough, just open your drive and insert the discs in order, they'll easily prompt you to do the rest. If you didn't burn these, or have them made by the store... you can always contact the manufacturer and purchase them.
An alternative method (depending on the age of the computer), but one that requires a bit more tech savvy would be to perform a factory restore during the initial boot up. Instructing you how to do this would require a bit more information, though... such as the manufacturer and what type of operating system you're using.
It sounds like the boot section of your hard drive or just the windows software has become corupted. Depending on how much date you have on it that has not been backed up elsewhere? You are probably going to have to run restore on the machine which will wipe it back to the way it came from the factory. If you don't have a set of disks you can purchase them form HP. Good Luck.
hi, yea you may, but make sure that you have already created a *Ghost* image of your current setup.
All you need is a bootable CD with some utilities which will help you out.
Try "hiren's Magic Disk 9.5" : it is bootable disk with proper menus and lots of utilities to make you king of your system.
This disk is usually used by System professionals (including me) :)
Instructions: 1. Boot your system with this magic disk 2. Goto Clone Disk option (Ghost disk) 3. Choose Best compression version 4. utility will start Symantec Ghost which will ask you for the source partition and destination partition for making images. 5. proceed with proper answers. 6. once the ghost imaging is complete, store this ghost image in your external storage drive 7. again boot your system with this magic disk 8. goto Partition utilties 9. Select Acronis Partition manager 10. You'll love to use this software for hard disk maintanence.
The first link is for server campitablity from Oracle for the correct version of jinitiator, and the second in for a Java plug in that some are using and is said to work better. If you can't get the jinitiator to work, try the Java and see if it will work for what you need.