Question about HP Mini 1000 Netbook
I can't delete any programs to make space because not enough memory.already deleted from the trash bin. when i do try to delete programs it says installation was not complete so it doesnt delete. Please help!!!
Hard disk maintenance should be carried once a month to make your computer run efficiently. This removes redundant and temporary files, recovers disk space and speed up hard disk access. Disk Cleanup should be done first - Click My Computer - then right click on the C drive then click Properties, then click Disk Cleanup - let it examine the C drive then it will calculate the amount of disk space it will recover, tick all the boxes to recover the maximum disk space and then Click OK and then Yes to perform these actions. If you have a D drive then repeat these steps on this drive too. Next the C drive needs to be Defrag. This process converts fragmented files into continuous files and this speeds up disk access and makes the hard disk not work as hard. Click on Start - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - Disk Defragmenter - click to highlight the C drive and click Analyse - then click Defragment. When this is completed repeat these steps for the D Drive if you have a D drive. Disk Cleanup and Defrag can take a long time to complete, especially if these tasks have not been for a long time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your chipset wireless network program taking over?
Often an internal system program will take priority when connecting to wireless networks.
Think of it like siblings who squabble over attention.
If you can find any other programs which are acting in this manner, I'd suggest telling them "do not use this when connecting" and then see if you can then use your main program.
Also - is your network secured and / or hidden? Did you reset your router? Sometimes this helps, too. =D
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
you can use easy recovery profesional to recover the lost files. or use any other 3rd party tool to recover the files
www.ontrackdatarecovery.com/file-recovery-software you can use this link to download the software
you can also try alternatively
Stop using the computer
Do not install any new software or save any new data after file deletion
Do not try to run the system utilities such as Defragmenters and volume repair utilities
Do not run CHKDSK
Do not attempt to format the drive or change the partitions
Download and install the trial version of Disk Doctors Undelete on a healthy machine and connect the hard drive containing deleted files as a secondary drive and test run the program to see if your deleted files are found
If yes, then proceed ahead recovering your deleted files.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I'll tell you, but you're going to have to go the long way. Best method I'm aware of.
Plus I suggest you download CCleaner. CCleaner is a free registry cleaner. (Don't let the fact that it is free, dissuade you one bit! It's a better registry cleaner program than the PAID for one's are! )
After you delete a program there are 'tidbits' left behind. Fragmented files. These take up space also, and in essence are just junk. Like having partial pages torn out of a book. A registry cleaner rids you of them.
This is information about CCleaner from Wikipedia.org,
After you view the information, and wish to download CCleaner, simply go to the right of the page, under the illustration, and click on the website address.
After you download CCleaner, come back if you wish, and I'll explain the easy way of how to run the program.
Long way of deleting a program, but assurance that it will be gone. (After using CCleaner also)
Windows XP Home running, Left-click on Start.
Hover your mouse cursor on All Programs, go up to Accessories, over and down to Windows Explorer, and click on it. (This isn't Internet Explorer, in case you are not familiar with Windows Explorer)
After Windows Explorer has loaded, go up to the top header. Left-click on Tools. Now on Folder Options in the drop down list. Finally Left-click on the View tab.
In the list, go down to where there is a yellow folder with - Hidden files and folders - to the right of it.
Below this you will see an empty circle, and to the right of it - Show hidden files and folders
Left-click once in this box.
Now go below to the right, and Left-click on Apply. Finally go down to the left, and click on OK.
After you do this a Microsoft 'squawk box' will come up. "Warning you are.........."
It's okay. Click on OK if present.
The reason this warning box comes up is that a user can delete necessary Windows files, IF, they do not know what they are doing.
I'm not going to guide you towards destructing your Windows operating system, rest assured. We are not going anywhere near Windows files. Just the ArcSoft program file that's about to hit the trashcan.
When you open Windows Explorer, the default setting is to automatically open your My Documents folder. You can see a negative sign ( - ) next to My Documents in the 'file tree' to the left, and the contents of your My Documents folder to the right.
I like to close the file tree for My Documents. Less clutter, and less chance of getting confused.
If you are of the same mind, go up to the - sign next to My Documents, and Left-click right on the - sign. It will turn into a + sign, and close that part of the file tree.
Now Left-click on the + sign next to,
2.Then - Local Disk (C:)
3.Now scroll down to - Program Files
Scroll through these programs. See ArcSoft? Left-click on the ArcSoft name. The individual folders and files will appear on the right, in the large window.
Now double-click on a Folder. The folder will open, and display individual files. Right-click on a File, then in the drop down menu, Left-click on Delete.
You may not be able to delete the entire folder for ArcSoft, (Too large for Recycle Bin), but you can delete individual files, until the folders are empty 'husks'.
Then you can use the Back arrow at the upper left, and Right-click on the folder/s. Delete them.
You may come to a file that has an extension - .dll
You may not be able to delete this type of file. It's okay. After you shut down your computer, wait 1 minute, come back into Windows Explorer, and try it again.
Finally use CCleaner, and get rid of the file fragments.
I know this is long, and I apologize in advance. has worked for me to delete stubborn programs for years. (Norton, AOL, and others)
Has worked better than using the Uninstall feature, if the program comes with one, and any Uninstall option listed on the Internet for a program.
Have questions? I'm all ears.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
SOURCE: sir, i have hp mini
Check the BIOS to see if you can make the USB as the first boot device, if you can then you will be able to install XP from the USB flash memory stick.
The reason why your XP installation failed is because in most older laptops, the USB port does not work until Windows XP has been installed.
Your hard disk may have an Windows XP install partition that you can access to reinstall Windows, provided you have not deleted this partition.
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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