- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
try it on another computer if that dosent work you should reformat your computer but first backup all your data by putting your another internal hardrive on your computer and move all your files you need to the empty hardrive and after that take the hardrive with all your stuff in it off the computer and then reformat the hardrive which the external hardrive does not work on and install a new operating system then put the other hardrive with all your stuff back on your computer and transfer your stuff into the hardrive with a operating system then try the external hardrive
OR you can burn all your stuff into a CD or a DVD OR you can put all your stuff into FlashDrives and then after you reformat the hardrive with an operating system put your stuff back into the computer and after that the external hardrive should work
It will download the Microsoft optical drive fix tool into your computer - wait until the download completes.
Run the application and restart your computer afterwards.
Try 2 to 3 known good media in your CD/DVD drive.
After completing the above steps and the problem is still evident, then I would recommend for optical drive replacement. For more helpful information about this product and on how to contact their helpdesk phone support, please visit the below link :
Are you trying to load multiple photos at a time? try a single if so. Your photos may be to large for the keychain to support, try a couple jpeg files off the internet or small photo files that come in email. If those load, format the keychain and reduce the size of your photos
hi! if your pc is still powering then theres no problem with the PSU, if your pc boot and have a display on your monitor then theres no problem with your VGA card and RAM but if your PC don't have display then you must check your VGA and RAM it maybe a faulty hardware. and next thing you do is check if your HDD is stillworking and make sure you have a bootale CD with you..good luck
You need to uninstall your cd drive. Go to start button, click on run, type:compmgmt.msc hit enter. Click on device manager on the left side. On the right side find your device and double click it. then go to the driver tab and click on uninstall. reboot your computer and the operating system will automatically reconfigure your cd drive and add it to your system. I hope this works for you.
Check your BIOS settings. I have seen some new BIOS settings have the IDE or SATA settings turned off. To get into the BIOS hit DEL or one of the F keys to get into the BIOS.
Also since this is VISTA, are you the computer administrator? Make sure that everything that could stop you is turned off. VISTA is known for blocking users from doing things on their computer even when they are the administrator. Go through all of the Settings and make sure that everything is turned off, and then if it works correctly, turn them back on 1 at a time to see which one stopped it from working. Ignore VISTA when it tells you that something is turned off. This is a problem that I do not like in VISTA.