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Re: webcam image storage
No it doesn't. There is a button on your webcam that will store the image when it is pressed but it will let you know that an image is being saved. try looking in My Documents > My Pictures this is mostly the default spot where images are stored. look also in My Documents > My Videos this were this is mostly the default spot where videos are stored.
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As RAID uses block for block copy, a re-sync when adding in a new mirror on RAID 1 will take some time, and system performance will be affected during that time period. There is no indication in windows if the rebuild is complete as this is being done on a hardware level by the controller. Both Raid 5 and RAID 10 have added benefits , but alos require more storage (a lot more in case of RAID 10 as you will have effectivly 3 spares for 1 data.) Raid 5 has the best space/protection pay off, but will be slightly slower than both RAID 1 and RAID 0 as parity has to be calculated for each write. As caffineshark states your best option is to use a combination of the methods we have described:
1) Use the two SATA disks as RAID 0 for performance and reliability. 2) Make backup images of the boot volume using Drive Image / Ghost and store on external USB IDE drive, and then offsite.
If you make an image in the USB drive, make sure you run a verfiy of the image after creation to make sure it's valid.
This should allow you to restore in a DR sutuation, but also give you some decent HDD crash protection.
did u checked the free space/space used.... go for a through scan with an updated, fully featured n licensed anti-virus..i'll prefer AVG/Kaspersky..it may b due to virus/malware..!! download 'microsoft malicious software removal tool', install n run.. see how ur "virtual memory" is set..click on start menu->run->write "sysdm.cpl" and press enter->(system properties will open)->click on the 'advanced' tab->now click "settings" under 'performance' therein->(performance option will open)->click on the 'advanced' tab->(there u'll find Virtual Memory option, somewhere a place below)->click open the 'change' tab->(now see in the list, if ur virtual memory/Paging File Size is set to D: )->select D: from the menu by single click on it->press the radio button as "No Paging File"->press 'Set' submit button->press OK->OK->OK->restart ur pc n see, if the problem is solved.... clear recycle bin, temporary files.. uninstall all virtual drives if so present or daemon tools like software, which usually read from an image n place an additional mirror imaged virtual drive.. ..try contacting ur system admin/vendor....
Pictures taken on a built in web-cam are normally saved in your documents folder specific folder for the software that you are using to take the pictures..If you navigate to the folder you should be able to delete the pictures. Also if the software using for example (YouCam) to interact with the web-cam, they allow you to delete pictures taken with the web-cam. Just click on the image and hit delete or right click the image and choose delete.
Cick browse after you have chosen to save and your external drive should show up on the pop up menu.The image you are trying to save may be of a format that is not recognizable by your external drive.Or you may have to choose which format you want to save it as from the source.
If the images were downloaded automatically (browsing the web), they will be in the Internet Temporary Bin. Go to Tools>>Internet Options and Delete your Browsing History. If you did purposefully download any images and not want it residing on your computer, highlight image and press delete on keyboard and ensure you empty your trash bin.
Unless I am mistaken, the D drive or partition is the partition that contains the restore feature for yor laptop. This may or may not be hidden system files. As far as the available free space on your C drive, you WILL need to either delete files and/or backup and delete files. Image files, music files, cookies temp files take up a lot of disk space. Try this and I think you will find more free space. BPCS