I bought this laptop new with Windows Vista Home Prenium but
hard disk partition did not suite me so I deleted partitions and
made new partition. I didn't make backup or recovery disk.
Now problem is my web cam is not working but it shows in
device manager device is working properly.I did not install
web cam application because I don't have one.
I need to make it work guide me
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This is generally how your format the hard diskand install Windows. First you need a Windows XP or Windows Vista installation CD and the productinstallation code, which is printed on the Windows label on the bottom of yourlaptop. Boot up with the Windows installation CD start and follow the instructions toinstall Windows. Next Delete the existing Windows partition. Next Create a new partition. Next format this new partition - Format the partition in NTFS not a quickformat. This will prepare the Windows for a clean install if you want to proceed otherwise quit or turn off the computer after format has been completed.
Formating the disk deletes EVERYTHING on that disk partition and sets it up for the installation of an operating system (XP, VISTA, LINUX etc).
If that is what you want, you will need your operating system disk. It will have the option to delete the current partition and install the "new" system. When you delete the partition, again, all the information on that partition is deleted.
Follow the instructions on your recovery disk and it will lead you thru these steps.
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check your boot setting first in the cmos/bios of your laptop, look for the boot order from there choose your cd/dvd rom as your first boot device then the hard drive 2nd, you will need to this because in order for you to install xp, when you are done save the setting that you have made then restart the machine, insert your windows installation disc, it will prompt you to press any key to boot from the cd rom, from it will check you system config, then just follow the instruction given to you by the installation process read it carefully then it will be easy as 123, windows will guide you thru the installation process and will ask you for the lincense key, just make sure that you use a genuine copy of window if not you wont be able to register your o.s and you wont get the updates from windows
its because of sata hard disk
you have to download sata driver from the website
and copy in to one floppy
connect floppy in to the computer
during boot from the cd
select which version
follow installation steps
Hi there. Use the Vista CD to create the new partition, but first you have to delete the old partition first, (the 220GB partition not the 10GB one because that will be the recovery partition). Get a calculator and work out your new partition, for example 50GB is 50x1024MB so that will be 51200MB. When you have deleted the 220GB partition select NEW and input your newly worked out partition and carry on from there, to activate the other partition just format it.
Please post back with the results and for anymore help if needed.
You must be logged on as an administrator to perform these steps. To create a partition or volume
(the two terms are often used interchangeably) on a hard disk, there
must be either unallocated (empty) space on the hard disk or free space
within an extended partition on the hard disk. If
there is no unallocated space, you can create some by shrinking an
existing partition, deleting a partition, or by using a third-party
partitioning program. For more information, see Can I repartition my hard disk? For more information about reformatting a hard disk, see the "What is reformatting?" section below.