Version 188.8.131.52 -- not writing to disc for backup?
Help. I've tried twice to backup two different items (1st - all pics on our system; 2nd - all files in 'my docs') and both times Nero BackItUp says completed but with problems. When I try to see the files on the DVD-R it's blank. The first time I tried, I'd left the house & upon return the computer had shut down. When I rebooted it didn't recognize the E: drive & I couldn't eject the DVD. I used the 'paperclip' method, after turning it off and was able to remove the DVD. I've only burned a couple of times, over a year ago so am a total novice at this whole thing. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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1st possible solution: Check your hard drive(s) and partitions for errors. You can do this by going to My Computer > right click on a drive > Properties > 'Tools' tab > Check Disk or Check Now 2nd possible solution: You may have backed up your files from an NTFS system and are trying to restore to a FAT32 system. If so, convert your computer to NTFS by right clicking on 'My Computer' > Manage > Storage > Disk Management> Right click on your primary drive > and select convert to NTFS.
The CMOS/BIOS Settings backup cell is like the yellow button cell in the 1st pic. It plugs into a tiny white connector shown at position G7 in the 2nd pic. The cell MAY be blue. Usually has one red & one black wire. These are series 600 mobos but may be different from yours. However, my experience with Thinkpads generally gives the
location of the little white plug near the battery connector as in pic 2.
If the mobo is in situ, generally cell is accessible from battery compartment with battery out.Good Luck.
there so so many reason why does not detect a blueray disc after you switching windows 7
1st may be your cd/dvd driver have a problem,
(solution) try to use other cd/dvd driver
2nd may be the window 7 installer you've use have a missing file.
(solution) try to re install the o.s but dont use the same cd you've use try other installer.
3rd your blueray disc is the problem
(solution) use your blue ray disc in other p.c window xp if running in xp try to use other pc using a window 7, if running in other unit may be your pc need to upgrade.
Hello You can try 2 things Restore factory settings(if you had a 2nd partition,it depends on laptop some have special restore partitions on the hard drive. Usually you press alt+F10,F10,F11 or F12 after powering on the laptop, and it goes into a restore program that wipes your drive clean and returns the laptop back to the way it was when you first purchased it. Note all your programs and data will be WIPED clean if you restore the computer.
Or try to repair your windows like this
1st option Place the installation disc in the drive. Restart the system. When the prompt appears on the screen, press any key to start Windows from the installation disc.
*Note: If your computer is not configured to start from a CD or DVD, check the information that came with your computer. You may need to change your computer's BIOS settings.
Choose your language settings, and then click Next. Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE2.jpg Click Repair your computer. (Lower left of the screen) Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE3.jpg Select the operating system you want to repair, and then click Next. Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE4.jpg
2nd option On the System Recovery Options menu, click a tool to open it. You will have Startup Repair and System Restore. Depending on the version you have, you may also have Complete PC Backup that you can use to restore from a backup. Screenshot: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa86/rvmv/RE6.jpg
I saw this a couple of months ago...let's see if I can remember:
In our case we even added a third nic (pci) and it wouldn't work
First, it is possible that the new mainboard has a different chipset on the nic than the last one. Check the driver d/l site for alternate drivers or Contact Dell support to be sure the right driver is in place.
Regardless of how secure your systems may be, please scan with the following three free excellent products: malwarebytes antimalware superantispyware asquared free
Also, does the nic work if you slow it down or on auto?
I think it was malware in my clients' case. Get back to me if still ng and I'll ask their sysadmin if she remembers.
1st step; Acquire/buy a cd/dvd rom drive cleaning tool kit from your local pc store.
2nd step; Install a dvd coder/decoder software, try Power DVD player software it has a trial version
3rd step; After installing the DVD coder/decoder from Power DVD player try playing a dvd movie rom disc it should work/play... hope these tips help ;-)