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MotherBoard Problem when I turn on my computer appears the icon safetly remove hardware and there is my hard disk and rom but i have istalled all drivers.pls help me =(=(

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This means you can safely remove some hardware device like something plugged into the USB port.
but to safely remove the hardware deviceyou haeto right c

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

  • jason Oct 09, 2008

    sorry my keyboard has a bad connection, had to fix it

    but if you right click on it the devices you can safely remove will be listed , just click on the device that you want to safely remove , like when you want to disconnect it or if shutting the computer down

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Same problem here.........clicks n all...... After smacking the external hard...


My hard drive was dead and wasn't recognized by the computer, it didn't even start, just a few clicking noises, which according to some of the experiences is the same as a DEAD Hardisk. Anyways, as I read that sometimes this happens as a result of a hit, well, I wacked my HD as a last hope for it to recover its "memory" (as in the movies) and believe me or not, it worked! I don't know if this might help yours, but it saved mine! 
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When i connect my wd 500 gb external hard disk to my pc windows notifies me with an error reporting "problem occurred during hardware installation.your new hardware might not work...


  1. Restart the computer in Safe Mode.
  2. Rename the Driver.cab file that is in the following folder:
    C:\Windows\Driver cache\i386
    For example, rename the Driver.cab file as
    Driver.old.
  3. Insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
  4. When the Welcome screen appears, click
    Perform additional tasks.
  5. Click Browse this CD, and then double-click the I386 folder.
  6. Click the Driver.cab file, and then on the
    Edit menu, click Copy.
  7. In Windows Explorer, open the following folder: C:\Windows\Driver cache\I386
  8. On the Edit menu, click
    Paste to paste the Driver.cab file in the C:\Windows\Driver cache\I386 folder.
  9. Remove the device that you tried to install.

    For example, if you received the error when you tried to install a printer, follow these steps to remove the printer:
    1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Printers and Other Hardware.
    2. Click Printers and Faxes (or the icon representing the type of device that you want to remove).
    3. Right-click the printer that you want to remove, click
      Delete, and then click Yes to confirm deletion of that printer.
    -or-

    Use Device Manager to remove the device. For example, if you received the error when you tried to install a modem, follow these steps to remove the modem:
    1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, click Manage, and then click Device Manager.
    2. Expand Modems, select your modem, and then press DELETE. Click Yes to confirm.
  10. Restart the computer. Your new device should be detected and automatically installed.

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- remove all pci card. ide or sata cable and all connection from cd rom, hard disk, floppy drive.
- check your ram. ( scrub with rubber and broom your ram slot with brush.( or troubleshut with new one) and then restore to ram slot.

if that problems still appear.
- troubleshut your buildin display with the good display card(new display card)

if that problem is still appear.
- troubleshut your power supply with the new one.

if that problems is still appear.
- troubleshut your processor with the new one but speed of your processor must be same.but if your dont have same speed processor, your can try useing the processor supported by motherboard.

If your was do all the tip but your computer still no display.

i recomended your change to new motherboard support by all your hardware.

hope this tip can help your problems....

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his behavior may occur if any one of the following conditions is true:
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  • Your CD-ROM drive is not working correctly or the CD-ROM might be vibrating too much for the laser to accurately read the data. For more information about this problem, see your hardware documentation or contact the CD-ROM manufacturer.
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