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well the options i would suggest u before u format it would be try changing the usb cable and also the usb port where u connect the hdd but if still that doesnt work than u may have to format the hdd but there are 3rd party softwares which will help u to get the data back ... software like unerase , undelete, recovery etc these are some tools with which u can get ur data back and also there are people who can recover the data but before u format the hdd i would suggest to keep the backup plan ready
Likely the drive is out of alignment, and head position changes each time that you insert a disk. You might try reading the disk on a different machine and try to get the data off. But, if the drive is too far out of alignment, even this won't work.
This is also a sign of 1) Drive motor turning too fast / slowly (likely), or a viral infection of your computer.
I also have the same drive that you do, and began getting a few read / write errors when making bootable disks. Problem ultimately ended up being worn out media. Resolution was to start using USB memory sticks, but harder to boot on machines that don't have BIOS support for this.
Hi When you set the wireless profile you set the SSID, WEP, IP etc. Which I'm sure you already know. Now you want to make them persist through either a cold boot or when the terminal has been left without a battery for a substantial amount of time. This can be done 2 ways. When the profile has been set up highlight it by holding down the stylus on it and from the menu select export. This saves the registry key to the Application folder; a folder which persist through a cold boot. When it does cold boot it takes all the registry keys from the Application folder and builds 1 complete key. The other way is to close the WLAN profile and selection options, from the pull down menu select export and save all profiles. Hope this helps. If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- http://www.biastechnology.com/ or TEL 01202 620955
You have to unistall the program that is inside unit you purchased and load one you are using. I can help you during this configuration. You can always contact me by phone or email 630-622-2024 email@example.com Please visit our website www.legacyglobal.com
you have to change it to IBM handheld mode and install opos drivers from symbol. then use pos.net to connect to them. Some computers requires to create some config files to connect through hardware address. It took me like 6 month to figure out but now it works