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when installing XP to a blank HDD, that has no existing partition, If windows detects other drives (another HDD that has a partition, USB Thumbdrive, zip drive ot media card reader (I suspect your system has a 4 in one card reader) then XP install will see those drives and assign them drive letters and then assign the new partition created C: To avoid this, the simplest step is after creating the new partition on the new hdd in the XP install process, reboot the system and start the XP install again, this time it will see an existing partition on the new HDD and assign it drive letter C:
If you have already installed XP., I have found no SUCCESSFUL way to change the drive letter of the boot drive other than re-installing Windows.
Using Logitech's mouse and keyboard
software called SetPoint, you can configure and customize your devices
to perform specific tasks with a simple keystroke. Depending on the
available features of your device, Some examples of SetPoint
customization options are:
Configure specific button behavior
Configure button functionality in specific applications
Customize scroll wheel options
Adjust pointer options
Assign preset keys to perform specific tasks
Assign F keys to perform a specific task
HERE is a link to the SetPoint software. Remember to select the correct Operating System
ther is no need for a raid array. connect hdd assign priority to the new hdd. install 7 on new hdd,
just connect hdd , boot to xp , put windows 7 dvd , instal it on new hdd while u r in xp
if ur new hdd is not detecting just clear c-mos settings
It could be that the OS is not assigning a drive letter to your
removable drive. To do this, go to disk management and assign one.
Assuming OS is Win 2000/XP/Vista
Right-click My Computer then Manage Click on Disk Management Right-click the removable drive and click on Change Drive Letter Assign a drive letter and click OK Your drive should now show up on My Computer
Windows does not see it because there is nothing there yet.
You need to partition the drive, format it and assign a drive letter.
To do this, right click on My Computer (or just Computer if this is Vista)
Now click on Manage
Next click on Disk Management
In the botton right hand window you should see Disk 0 and Disk 1
(with Vista you may have more if you have a SD card installed)
You are probably interested in Disk 1 - look fr a drive with unpartitioned space.
Right click on it and activate the drive, then created the partition(s) and frmat the drive.
Finally assign it a drive letter.
Windows should see it now.
right click on the 'My Computer' icon, go to 'Manage', then click on 'Disk Management', and see if you need to either format the drive, assign a drive letter, or if it's recognized correctly. Most of the time, you'll find the drive in here just needs to be formatted, or it needs to be assigned a specific drive letter.
Check the user rights on the folder you are making? Also check if that folder is shared or not? Are you logging into both machines with the same username?
I would assign full rights to the username trying to access that particular folder from both pcs. Let me know
The E-Studio 65 comes in 3 configurations. Print controller GA-1140 (no scanning). GL-1020 (San to File, Scan to Email, Scan to internet Fax) No HDD and GA-1140+HDD+Scan accelerator board. This configuration gives you Scan to Email, Scan to Mailbox) With the mailbox option there is a public box and you can create mailboxes with pin protection for individuals. As far as I know that is the only configuration that will allow you to do what you want to do.