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.
When this happens, usually it's because it is trying to use a drive letter that is already in use (usually D,E,F) You need to change the drive letter that it is trying to use:
Just to be certain it is not seeing it try this.
Right-Click "My Computer" and then Left-Click "Manage".
Select Disk Management.
Look on the right-hand side and see if you have a 4GB hard drive with no letter.
If you do, Right-Click the drive and select "Change Drive Letter or Path". Give it whatever drive letter you like.
Now, if it is not shown within Disk Management, you probably have a defective Flash drive.
there is no requirement of driver to format any external memory card you may format the card by following this step:
First connect you memory card to the PC and check the drive letter of your memory card Start - run - (type) cmd - (press enter) a black window will come write the command
format (drive letter followed by :) for example if your memory card has a drive letter as "K" then you may write like this c:\format k: (press enter) you may also use the command c:\format /s k: (press enter)
Letters are limited but you can always use the letter for other drive without removing/disabling/getting rid of other disks. You can manage your disks by accessing the disk management utility. Right-click My Computer and click Manage (Disk Management) or open up Run dialog box (START menu->Run) and type in "diskmgmt.msc"
Next you can remove the drive letter from the drive which you are not using at currently by right clicking the partition and click on "Change Drive Letter and Paths" and click remove. Finally assign the letter to the desired disk/partition. It will appear on My Computer now.
If you go to control pannel, you should see an icon called administrative tools. From there select computer management and on the left hand side you will notice it says storage. Open it and click on disk management. There simply select the drive and its letter and right click to choose "change drive letter and paths"
Do you get an error message? If you get one about access denied, make sure the WRITE PROTECT switch on the card itself is NOT in the LOCK or PROTECT position. You may also NOT be able to copy music if the SONG is COPY PROTECTED. refer to microsofts web site about direct license management
You need Administrator privileges, which I can guess you have, then follow this walk through:
Right Click My Computer Select Manage Select Disk Management
See if some other drive, like a memory card or CD or DVD drive is using G. If it is right click that drive and select (words to this effect) change drive letters and from the drop down list change it to Z for the moment.
Right click the drive partition you want to change. A dialoge box comes up with a drop down list of letters available to you. Change your drive from G to F. If F is not displayed and you have reassigned F to Z you may have to reboot and repeat the above until you can assign a new letter and F should be available now.
Often times PCs today and especially Laptops have built in memory card readers. I always start by assigning the first memory card slot in the list to M for memory card and then assign subsequent letters (there are usually only three) as N and O, and so on.
For your CD/DVD drives I assign a new letters a few letters down from the last Hard Drive partition.
If you need further explanation or instructions comment back to me and I'll work with you until you get this resolved.