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How i can transfer oprating ane drive to anhother drive

Change drive of oprating system

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You cannot move the OS from one drive to another without a means to edit the boot track of the Hard Drives.
However, you can install the OS on the second drive and transfer settings and documents via Microsoft's 'Settings and Documents Transfer Wizard' which can be found in Windows XP and above.
Look for support on the Microsoft Website for more information.

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Taken a photo on my mobile and now want to tranfer to my computer


whicht handset ur using and which oprating system

solution is hare

use mermory card reader and locate tha path of ur pic and copy


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connect the usb cable in phone and select mass storage option in phone after computer will detect and u will see drive im my computer locate tha path and copy file

Sep 23, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Drive can,t open on double-click


hi there,

many times user face this type of problem.

first ,of all open -my computer > open tools tab > then folder option >then view tab click on "show hidden files"and uncheck "hide protected oprating system files" then ok

second , click on folder button (standred button) "it is up to address bar or next to search button"
now click on drive in left side explorer window now you can see folders in drive "delete" autorun.inf file in drive.

third, go in drive properties by right click on drive in explorer window,
click on "tools" tab click on "check now"
mark on automatically fix file system error and click start

it will start checking file system and fix it or it will ask fix it on next restart (it checkdsk command in windows gui mode )
after restart chkdsk start and your drive will again open on double-click.

on Jan 27, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Is it possible to down load from a CD to a flash card?


Hi tanyainscotl,

Do you mean transfer files from CD to Flash drive?

Yes, but you need to reap first the CD before transfering the files or Music files to Flash drive. If you transfering movie files from CD to Flash drive, it is possible, just open the files from CD then COPY the movie you want to transfer to Flash drive.


Hope this helps.

Thank you for using Fixya.

Sep 20, 2011 | Operating Systems

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How to install many oprating system in one pc.


windows.microsoft.com/.../Install-more-than-one-operating-system-multiboot - United States
technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749051(WS.10).aspx -

www.thespinningdonut.com/how-to-run-multiple-operating-systems-on-one-computer/ -
Read above links they will teach you how to do it.
Basically, partition up hard drive, install a "Boot Manager" install Each Operating system, at boot time, PC boots to a "Menu" where you choose which one to start.
OR Use Vmware or Virtual PC, Install on Windows, and you can add as many "Virtual OS's" that you need..

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My pc will not boot


Hi,

There ane issue with No display.So please check the SMPS ,RAM chip and Motherboard.So pls replace it one by one and check .

Nov 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

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Winload.exe problem


is this ur oprating is on other than c:\ drive if yes then then u r not able to do to stop this error simply move ur data then install on the c
: drive then after u can create the clonr without error


please vote for me

May 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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After install xp professonal any drive cannot work properly


u change ur oprating system than the all soft and data are caraptted. u change the opsystem ur data save to disc and other sourse.........

Apr 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Transfer operating system to new hard drive


You can't transfer an operating system to a new hard drive, you must install it. When you install an operating system, it makes specific files depending on all of your hardware, including your hard drive. Your restore disks should be fine to reinstall Windows on your new hard drive. Just use a backup program to backup all of the data you want to keep since it won't be there on your new drive. Good luck.

Apr 29, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition...

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Change my oprating system


You don't need to do anything to the BIOS (unless it isn't set to boot from CD, but it probably is).

You will need to purchase a CD with XP (http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=672&srkey=windows%20xp) unless your computer came with a free downgrade. If it did, then follow the instrucations that came with it.

Please note that buying and installing XP will reformat your hard drive and you will lose everything, including both personal files and Vista.

If you want to dual boot, check out this website:
http://apcmag.com/how_to_dual_boot_vista_and_xp_with_vista_installed_first__the_stepbystep_guide.htm

Mar 05, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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