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Re: problem in open drive
Its a simple virus problem which makes the drive autorun and cant be open directly by double click.So if you have some good antivirus than scan your system and i will prefer macfee for this problem. or u try this also go to --> tools -->folder option-->view-->so hidden files and folder and than remove the any auto run files from the disk except system files.
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C drive will show at least 2 partions; one will be about 32mb in size;others will be larger...install windows on one of larger partions; go to dell.com/drivers and download in proper order drivers for your version of windows onto same HDD as windows...if a driver file is not on drive, dell with ask if you want to create one;YES
Hp have a utility that allows a user to format a usb stick and create a partion on the drive which will act like a hdd or it can also make the drive bootable to dos limited. you can find it in the workstation bios downloads which name is (hpdkbu.exe)
How much empty space do have on your C drive? Shift all storable media in the other partions keeping C drive as empty as possible. When the buffer memory finishes it has a resrved portion of the HDD for this purpose. If that space is not left on the C drive then it will shut down if left on its own. Like the ripping job. Defragment your HDD for better performance.............sodeep
Not quite sure if the partion is the primary or secondary. If it is secondary and you are running Vista, go into the Admin Tool in the Control Panel, select Computer Management, select Disk Management under the Storage tab. Select the partion you want to erase from the bottem partion of the screen, right click on the partion, and choose Delete Volume.
If you are deleting the primary, you will need to use the upgrade function to get a clean deletion of the old info.
It sounds like you need to format the drive/partition. Right click on MyComputer, choose manage, click storage, click disk management. Find the unpartitioned space. Right click on it and choose format and give it a drive letter.
This the normal way since you have converted your PC to dual boot, so everytime it starts it will ask which OS you want to use. It does not make any difference if the other OS is on a different partion, BUTS ITS ON THE SAME HDD.......sodeep