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How do you know something is taking up space on your hard drive? What is your operating system? First thing you should do is check your waste basket. Is it full? Then check your cookies and temporary internet files. Delete all you do not need. Then if you go to your Windows Explorer, you can check the size of each file on you hard drive. Go to Local Disk C:. Open all folders by clicking on each + sign to the left of each folder. Then start at the top and work your way down checking each folder. You should see a folder that has a lot of files in it, or one large file, maybe a folder you do not recognize. Click on and delete the folder that is taking up to much space. If you delete any folders do not empty you waste basket until you are sure you did not delete anything you will need.
Netbooks don't have built-in cd/dvd drives. The only way you can install software on them is to download the software online or get an external cd/dvd drive that you can connect to the netbook's usb port.
Copy everything under the dotted line Paste into a text file. rename the file fix.reg. Double click on the reg file after it is done you need to reboot pc and it should allow for audio on flash again. The reason is that registry keys seem to get messed up sometimes and stuff gets lost. This is a sure fire way to fix it .............................................................................................................
Why do it the hard way? If your HDD is bad, most probably the system files are corrupted too and getting/making a bootable CD from the HDD files is just wasting your effort. If you laptop CD/DVD drive is still good, then use the options below: -
1. Go to any torrents site download "hp oem xp" disc from the site & burn the bootable image to a CDR.
2. Go the the Hp support Site & download the XP drivers for your Laptop model.
3. Then you can do a new installations on your Laptop.
Check the "My Computer" window and see if the drive is recognized. If you don't see its' icon then you won't be able to open the drive. Verify that it's listed in the Device Manager. If it's not, then there's a problem with the drive's driver. Disconnect the Seagate from the computer. Reboot the computer. Allow it to settle for about a couple minutes depending upon the number of start-up programs you have to settle in. When all have settled, re-connect the Seagate. Allow Windows to detect its' connection until it tells you that it's now ready for use. If that did not occur, then the drive is bad.
Code Stop 0x0000007B, it means "inaccessible boot device": Windows is not able to read from the device it's supposed to be booting from. That device would normally be your hard drive - but if you're getting this during Windows installation, it could be something wrong with your CD or DVD drive..
The Stop 0x0000007B error message will be displayed on your screen with a lot of other information in what is know as the "Blue Screen Of Death" or "BSOD".
Different PCs have different "IDE or Sata interface default settings" depending on the OEM manufacturer specifications. Check your OEM motherboard require any BIOS updating.
If your PC is a desktop, remove all the PCI devices installed on the PCI slots.
If you can access to the CMOS BIOS, reset the settings to default, save the settings and reboot your computer.
If the your PC can access to windows, do a "chkdsk /f/r" from the "Command Prompt".
Get an external USB enclosure like this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817121006 Then use a drive copying utility to copy the drive contents over. You should be able to find this utility at the drive maker's site. And you'll be able to use the enclosure to access the old drive later.