PC OR VIDEO PLAYER
HOW TO Firmware upgrade
To upgrade your pc video card firmware you have to go to the manufacturers site that applies to the graphics card you have installed and there should be a section for you to download the latest firmware or supply me with the details of your parts installed and i will tell your where to find them or post a link
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yes you can. i suggest using a program called acronius true image. add the new hard drive. be sure to turn on the sata or ide option in the setup bios. then use the true image software to clone your operating systems to your new hard drive. your source drive will be the original drive, and the destination drive will be your new drive. once the operation is complete , youll need to enter setup again and suggest that the new drive be your first boot device. just follow the on screen directions to complete the new setup. NOW... you can keep your old drive for a backup drive , or... you can format that drive and use it for a secondary storage drive. the hard drive can be accessed by my computer then open the drive and simply drag and drop or choose the drive from a save file drop down selection location popup window. this will allow you to save important files that can be accessed at anytime if your system main drive were to ever fail. another option you have is to place your old hard drive in a external hard drive enclosure that can be purchased via ebay and will allow you a large storage device that is mobile and hold mass data unlike a flash drive. this can be a very valuable tool and wont cost more than 20.00 here is a link for an ide hard drive enclosure with free shipping. if you need a sata enclosure, change the search results to (3.5 sata hard drive enclosure) the choose buy it now and choose PRICE+shippind:LOWEST FIRST. hope this was helpfull.
Whatever parts you're going to get now it will be obsolete in 4 years and useless in 8 (unless of course you plan to keep all the software as is, without any updates). On the present parts:you will need to upgrade the memory very soon, the hard disks are ridiculously small - 2 of 1TB is the minimum, the video card is way to feeble (i know that personally, i own one) - you need one at least from the 4xx gen if you don't want to replace it next year and the Windows is the wrong type - 64bit is the future.
I had the same problem with an MP3 player once.
What causes it is the connection between the Pc and The ext Hdd.
What you need to do is either find another plug for the hdd, dont replace the hardrive just the USb cable, or muck about with the cord untill your computer notices it