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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Erasing hard drive
What u have to do is take a bootable windowsXP CD boot u r system with that CD it will automatically boot the system with that CD if the system not booting with that CD then u have to go in BIOS
now go to the boot option then select 1st boot device CD drive. save it and exit from BIOS now it will restart the system no it will boot from CD then follow the instruction shown in the screen and format the C drive then it will install the fresh windows XP. Now u r hard disk get erase and u also get the fresh Operating System I hope this information will going to Help u out.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
SOURCE: imac problem starting up
Reinstall Mac Os X, this should fix the problem.
Do a backup of all your files before reinstalling the OS.
If you do not know how to reinstall Mac OS get it safely done at any Mac shop, it is not an expensive operation.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
the resolution set by default when you load your graphics driver is outside the range of your monitors capability.
try starting in safe mode then adjust your resolution to 640 by 480 then restart.
if this works, adjust upwards to 1024 by 768
then up again till the screen blanks.
when it does, dont panic, wait 20 seconds and the settings will restore - you then have the optimum settings for your monitor.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Check your CD-rom for any Installation CD in there, normarlly you go to bios to set which drive to boot from,. Ok when restart, press delete to go into bios. choose boot from HDD.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Think I might have solved it myself. Here's how:
Open Disk Utilities and select the external hard drive. Select the "Erase" tab. Hit "Erase" at the bottom right.
That's all. Just dragged a folder onto it and it worked.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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