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I use an online PC back up service.It is automatic and will back up your files periodically. You can back up all your photos, music and data for free here, http://goo.gl/3VahX
Posted on Feb 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Courtesy of the MagicJack website, try these steps located here to resolve the problem:
Its the first message that is closest to the top of the page that gives you the instructions.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: sata hdd not detected.
Check the bios to see if it made the pata drive primary. If it did the system will try to boot off of your backup drive and you could think that it is not seeing your sata drive. If that is the problem you must go into the drive configuration and make the sata primary.
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
Due to the nature of the problem you describe, it appears that you could be experiencing an issue with the hard drive and/or the external USB case. Below I have listed 2 possible solutions to help resolve your issue.
A. External USB Case 3rd-party Driver
USB cases (depending on manufacturer and/or OS) will sometimes require a device driver to be loaded before the device (in this case, an external hard drive) will function at its maximum potential. From Windows XP and on, this has not been the case as the OS will provide its own driver but if you are using an older OS, this maybe required. If the external case brought a driver CD, perhaps installing could shorten the time to access your data on the drive.
B. Hard Drive Corruption/Failing
When a hard drive has become corrupt or is failing, the device tends to become sluggish and overtime completely unresponsive. When this occurs, the best solution is to backup your data as soon as possible and replace the failing hard drive before it dies completely and you cannot retrieve your data.
This is a common scenario and unfortunately, due to the manufacturing process of hard drives, the inevitable end to all hard drives once they have met their end of life.
SSD (Solid State Drives) are hard drives that are not manufacturer using metal platters but rather flash memory (such as that of USB flash drives, digital camera memory and cellular phones). These drives feature no moving parts, hence their failure rate is extremely low. Also, their lifespan is typically rated for tens of years with some industrial products rated with lifetime warranties and are able to withstand drops, falls and extremely low/high temperatures.
The trade off on HDD vs SSD is the cost, with HDD prices hovering around $.30-.50 per GB while SSD prices (while falling) are still around $1-4 per GB.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
I used to have internet wireless connection problems and finally realized that F761usa front wirless swich was changed frequently, even I believe I never touch there.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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