My laptops D & E drive is not opening on double click. When I double click it appears "open with" option. and my CD rom drive sometimes detected and sometimes not detected...I mran appears. Please help me out. I am using Windows XP SP3. My laptop is acer travelmate 4150
WHILE MY SYSTEM C DRIVE IS OPENING NOW OTHER 3 DRIVES ARE NOT OPENING AND BOX APPEARS WITH THE CAPTION APPLICATION CAN NOPT BE RUN IN WIN 32 MY SYSTEM HAS WINDOWSXP OS
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Run a time machine backup. Then the easiest way would be to find a photo that you are willing to delete in iPhoto.
Jot down the name of the photo file, delete it. Then empty the trash.
Then go into time machine, try to search for that file, when you locate it, restore it. If you can then there is probably a good chance that you time machine backup is good.
To be on the safe side why not create a manual backup.
You'll find the iPhoto Library at:
"username" will be your name that appears when you login to the computer.
To get there, double-click the icon for your hard drive to open it, then double-click the Users folder. Double-click your Home folder, which is identified by a house icon and your username, and then double-click the Pictures folder to open it.
Inside the Pictures folder you'll see a file called iPhoto Library. Copy the iPhoto Library file to a location other than your hard drive, such as your Maxtor external hard drive.
Click on the Start menu button. Then click on Settings and then on ControlPanel.
Double-click on the Display icon ortext link. This will open a window named Display Properties.
Click on Background if that tab is not selected. Click on one of the itemsthat appear in the box labeled Wallpaper.
Inspect the preview that appears above the Wallpaper menubox. Use theDisplay menu to the right to experiment with tiling, stretching or centeringthe picture that you are previewing.
Click on Browse to use an imagestored elsewhere on your hard drive. Locate the image and click Open.
Click OK to change your background, or wallpaper. Click Cancel if you decideto maintain your current settings.
Just plug into your laptop and find the drive for it, then enter into the files that you want to put on your laptop. Copy and paste these files into your laptop hard drive, don't cut and paste just copy and paste them.
That way you will always have them incase your laptop should go down.
Your camera should be off. Plug the cable into your camera and then the computer. Turn on your camera. One of the following should happen:..Windows offers to open the pics in various programs, an icon appears on the desktop(double-click on it and you can copy and paste the files into a folder you create on your desktop)...open "my computer" and it may appear as a removable drive...do the double-click from above.
Note...you may have to put your camera into play mode...it differs with some cameras.
You need to update the printer application driver, please follow the steps given below:
1. Insert the Lexmark CD and close the installation window.
2. Go to "Start" and "My Computer."
3. Double click on the CD-ROM drive letter (for example, D:Lexmark 3400).
4. Double click on the "Applications" folder to open it.
5. Double-click on the "Setup" icon to update the drivers completely."
6. Please wait for few minutes and then try to open the applications again.
I just spoke to WD support...here is how to solve your problem:( I had the same problem and it works great now) 1. Connect your WD ext. drive. 2. Click open Computer. 3. Double click open the WD blue icon. 4. Double click open WD_Windows Tools. 5. Double click open WD drive manager. 6. Double click open the Setup icon for Vista 64 (the other icon is for x86 windows) run the setup and it will take care of your problem. enjoy!
I had the same problem.This worked for me. Insert the disk When the install window appears click cancel click Start>My Computer> Right click on the drive with the disk in, and Open Open Applications (left double click) Open LaunchPad (left double click) Double click the icon LXCRlpx Go back to Applications and double click on Set Up (the disc icon) from there and then follow the install instructions. This worked for me, I hope it does for you.