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Can not reload Lumix Viewer 1.1E onto a second replacement drive.

My Hard drive crashed and after replaceing it with another drive I could load all programs from the supplied diskett except for the Lumix Simple viewer 1.1E ....... seems like an authorazation or component number matching problem.?

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A work around is to get the free Picassa 3 google program. It is a good viewer & will download from a large range of cameras.

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Ca i replace the hard drive in a acer aspire one 8'9 with one from a hp mini110? thankyou


Hi

most laptop hard drives are same size 2.5
but the hard drive from the hp may have a different face plate or holder but can easily be removed

also the os system on the hp will not load up and work on the acer
you will have to
either use windows easy transfer to copy your entire hard drive files and save onto spare hard drive
so that when you replace and format different hard drive you can then transfer it back onto new hard drive

or if pre windows 7 os you could use something like norton ghost to copy your existing operating system and files and make a system image and store on spare hard drive then when you replace the hard drive
you boot up with norton ghost and ask it to find the image and restore it to the new drive

Or if your lucky enough to have the operating installation disk or can get your hands on another retail installation disk you can reload a new operating system using the product code which should be on a sticker on the base of your laptop

Hope this was useful to you

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When i turn on the ps3 it says the hard disks file system is corrupted and will be restored press x it loads up then says the same thing


Your HARD DRIVE (aka: Hard Disk), located on the left side of the unit, has crashed. You will need to replace the HD.

When you replace your hard drive, you will need to have the latest firmware on a

usb stick. Download the firmware from the playstation official website onto a usb

stick. Once prompted by your system you will need to insert the usb stick into the

PS3. Good luck..



You will need 2.5" Sata Hard Drive.

Jan 26, 2011 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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It comes to the load up but doesn't get to the main screen


Your HARD DRIVE (aka: Hard Disk), located on the left side of the unit, has crashed. You will need to replace the HD.

When you replace your hard drive, you will need to have the latest firmware on a

usb stick. Download the firmware from the playstation official website onto a usb

stick. Once prompted by your system you will need to insert the usb stick into the

PS3. Good luck..



You will need 2.5" Sata Hard Drive.

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My internal hard drive crashed, can i clear out this hard drive and reload the system and start up disks or should i just get a new hard drive. Also is there any way to retrieve files from the crashed...


Hi I am Steve, lets get you some help
As you are talking about a hard drive I assume you have turned off RAID.

It does depend why the hard drive has failed. If it is an actual failure of the drive then it needs replacing and the data is lost except from data recovery firms.
However, it may be that the hard disk controller has stopped working. This will prevent you getting to your hard disc.
Your motherboard should have 2 hard disc controllers. Try plugging the hard disc into the second controller, this will be on the motherboard next the the one it is already plugged into. This may solve the issue. If not then it is a hard disc failure and you will need to replace it and use a professional service to recover the data.

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My laptop keeps crashing, reloaded the operating system several times. my guess the hard drive is defective, am i correct? can any 1 shed some light on this?


Yes! I would agree with you, reloading windows several times confirms what you suspected. The next step is replace the hard drive and get your system up and running.

Jan 09, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 Notebook

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Hard Drive


what do you mean with "crashed" ?
if your harddrive is dead, you need to replace your hdd.
if your OS is crashed, try to go to safe mode and backup your data, and reload the OS.
if you have software to diagnostic your hdd and rams it would be good to diagnostic that. it might found what it cause your hdd crashed

Aug 09, 2008 | Acer Aspire 3680 Laptop

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Computer crashed


This is an operating system failure. You can try a system repair or reload with your recovery or operating system disc. Start with the repair, then the reload, if necessary. However, I've found that about 7 out of 10 times in a case like this, the hard drive has crashed and needs replaced. If you have any issues during or after the repiar/reload then it's the hard drive.

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My QMS Magicolor 330 printer just reads DISK & FLASH SYS LOADER 1.4 - how do I get it to work from this state?


the hard drive has crashed. You need to reload the firmware onto a new hard drive. Finding a drive and the firmware could be a problem. Look on ebay to get the parts you need. Or leave a post to let me know yopu still need help (I've got bits)

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Lumix Simple Viewer - Copying files to CD


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Computer crash!


Try using the boot disk to boot the system and then enter fdisk /mbr to fix the master boot record. It doesn't destroy any data on a computer. There is a professional data recovery businesses that could probably recover that data - but at a cost. They are expensive and advertise in PC Magazines. Take care because there could be a lot of rip-off merchants in this business. In future, buy two hard drives ans use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to clone your system from one drive to the other. A good way to back-up your system is to get a second hard disk of the same or greater capacity, and use the free XXCopy from http://www.xxcopy.com/ to make a clone of your system. If the BIOS allows it, you can then set the BIOS to boot to the alternative drive to run the cloned system, format the drive containing the defective system, clone the cloned system back to the main drive, set the BIOS to boot from the main drive, and you are back in business. You can keep the spare hard disk drive stored in a safe place ready to be reinstalled in an emergency, or to update the cloned system. You install XXCopy according to the instructions that come with it. To clone the C: drive to a D: drive enter the following command in the Start => Run box - xxcopy c:\*.* d:\ /clone It is as simple as that XXCopy will open a DOS window and clone the c: drive to the other drive specified in the command. Read the article on how to use XXCopy to clone a system here - http://www.legge40.freeserve.co.uk/Tips.htm.

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