When i switch on pc,the letters are overlapped with one another and it is all mixed up..
then after that an error comes in blue screen..that c:\drivers\system32\........these kind of files are corrupt...and so a repair is needed...
i tried to FORMAT my pc,after which it was all well for few days.but after that,again all of a sudden,same problem occurred..now,even i cannot format my pc..when i switch it on,it starts and after some time,cpu automatically gets off...what to do??(while paying minimum cost...)
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Step 1: Click the "Start" button and choose "Control Panel" from the start menu. Click "Folder Options" and navigate to the "View" tab. Scroll down and place a mark next to "Show drive letters," then click "OK." b> Configuring Drive Manager b> Click the "Start" button to launch the start menu. Right-click "Computer" and choose "Manage" from the menu. Click "Storage" in the menu on the right side to extend the section. Click "Disk Management" under the "Storage" header. This will show you a list of drives and removable storage on your computer. It will also report the status of the drives, such as "Healthy." If the removable storage does not have a drive letter or has a drive letter in conflict with another drive, you can assign it a new letter. Right-click the icon of your removable storage drive and click "Change Drive Letter and Paths." Click the "Change" button, then choose a drive letter from the drop-down menu. Select a letter that is near to the end of the alphabet to prevent drive overlap issues. Click "OK" to allow the changes to take place. You should now see the removable storage listed with your other drives on the "My Computer" screen.
please check the memory timing settings. if your mixing up ram they may not have the same memory timings and require you to go either higher or to the supported settings that either memory can use. for example if corsair runs at 8-8-8-14 and kingston runs at 10-10-10-16 then you will need to bump the settings to 10-10-10-16 since the computer is trying to set the timings for kingston to 8-8-8-14 which it does not support.
Try the card on your PC and if not detected then it is possible that the memory is damaged. Check if there is dirt on the contact tracks, clean if needed. If not the card must be replaced. If under warranty contact SanDisk for free replacement.
check to see if the drive letter is assigned in computer management. to do this simply go to start, right click on computer(windows 7/vista) my computer(windows xp/2000) and select manage. on the next screen you will have a list of possible commands. the one we are looking for is disk management. click on disk management. after a few seconds you should see a list of your drives. if you come up with an error such as a read error, your hard rive in question will need to be replaced as it has partition problems. i say replaced because once you get any error in this utility your hardrive is on its last legs. im not saying this is your problem but if you get an error then this is your problem. it can be fixed with a partitioning program but eventually the harddrive will fail anyway; bringing you back to here again...so ......
if no errors
you will have disk 0 and disk 1. depending on which disk it is....the one without a drive letter assigned to it....you can right click on the drive 0 or 1 and select change drive letter. under that next window you must assign a letter in the drop down box, in your case drive f will work. although you can choose any letter you like. if you installed any programs on this drive you must use the letter originally used for this drive. i suggest try "d" first and see if that makes your programs work, then if not do this one letter at a time up in the scale to see which one works. after you finish this process..click ok and close all windows. restart the computer and should b fixed.
Flash drives come in different amounts up to 32Gb as of yet. They are called Thumb drives, USB Drives, and USB Sticks. They all use the same parts and operate just about the same . Do not be confused with Flash Memory as they use the same NAND memory chip, but interface with a PC in different ways. see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_flash_drive
If you are referring to a Flash Memory, then they come in several formats CF, SD, and Mini SD.
If you are referring to the problem of not being recognized by your PC, then that is because they have stopped having an identity Drive letter, due to being re-formatted, and a drive letter was not assigned. Therefore, "My Computer" cannot see them.
to correct this go into Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Computer Management/ Disk Management. you will see your Flash Memory with out a drive letter. R.click on your drive, Click on add, click on one of the drive letters. I use F to remind me that it is a flash drive.
Plug in a Memory Card, in the Card Reader, then Right-Click on My Computer Icon, Click on Manage, Then go to Disk Management, If you can find the Memory card Detected there but without a drive letter, then right-click on it and Give it a distinct(New) Drive letter and apply, but if it already has a drive letter assigned, then change it to a new one...i.e, assign to it a new Drive letter.
first insert your pendrive.Now right click on my computer.Go to manage option . select disk management. From that you must select your drive letter for your pen drive.Go to Action menu near to File menu.Fromthat select all tasks and select formatting.Then again goto all tasks and select change drive letter and paths.select the drive letter and your problem is solved. thanks for asking your problem.
try pressing the FN key at the same time as the number key.
The FN is a modifier key and when pushed the same time as another key, it changes what the button does usually. Many of these alternate functions can be found on the F buttons along the top of the keyboard.