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So So Happy USB flash drive won't install onto windows xp


Format the flash drive without using the executable installation program on the flash drive.

Insert new flash drive, do not let anything auto-run. View the drive in the file explorer. Right click on the drive and choose Format in XP to let XP do a full format (not a quick format) of the drive. This will ensure that the drive works on XP... it will then also be accessible on a newer system.

XP may also not be able to work with flash drives over 32GB, or will only give you access to the first 16 or 32GB.

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Loses internet connection after about 30 mins. Can't repair. Says it's connected when it's not.


>> try reinstall lan drivers
>> any antivirus which is scheduled for specific task.. may creating prob
>> last and best option format and install new OS with necessary drivers

Dec 18, 2012 | Advent Computers & Internet

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HD-PE250U2 had it for 3 years - very much loved and working last night. Computer will not recognise it this morning - but power and blue lights are on. Computer does not register the 'name' of


Either the hard drive went bad or the electronics of the enclosure went fubar. Suggest you remove HD and directly connect it to your desktop computer to see if the cmos recognizes it along with the OS. If so you can access your data. If not, the drive is ng - if the drive at least spins and is recognized you may be able to retrieve the contents using windows explorer. If unit will not spin you are in deep doo doo.
Do not format - that will erase everything - try to access the data.

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I was given a computer with a homemade tower... I need to factory reset it but don't know how??


Basically you need the Windows installation CD plus the product installation code. Boot up with the Windows installation CD to install Windows on the hard disk, follow the on screen instructions - delete the existing Windows partition, create a new partition and format the new partition (full NTFS format - not a quick format) and continue with the installation.
Next you need to install the motherboard device drivers, you can download them from the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site from a computer with internet access. Copy these drivers onto an USB memory stick and insert this memory stick into you PC tower and install these drivers.
After installing these drivers you can now connect to the Internet to activate your Windows, You can activate Windows over the phone.

Feb 24, 2012 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Want my classic mail back


Yahoo! no longer provides a simple method to switch from its new Mail format back to the old "Classic Mail". But one can still access the Classic format by modifying your browser settings to disable javascript. (The new format requires javascript; and when that is not available, the option to switch back to Classic will become available.)

Here's how to disable javascript in different browsers:
* In Firefox - From the menu bar (at top), go to Tools > Options > Content, deselect the box for "Enable javascript", then click "OK"
* In Chrome - In the menu bar (at top), click on wrench icon to pull down menu, then go to Options > Under the hood > Content settings > Javascript. Select the option for "Do not allow".
* In Internet Explorer - From the menu bar (at top), go to Tools > Internet options > Advanced > Security > Custom. Scroll down to Scripting > Active scripting, select "Disable", then click "OK".

After you have disabled javascript, go to the Yahoo mail page (http://mail.yahoo.com/). You'll see an error message, advising that you need javascript for the new version, and also offering an option to access the old Classic version. That will take you back to the old format.

NOTE: Many websites utilize javascript, and disabling it in your browser will limit your ability to access those sites normally. After you have accessed the Classic version of Yahoo! Mail, be sure to re-enable javascript in your browser.

See also this help file:
http://www.technogadge.com/how-to-switch-back-to-yahoo-mail-classic/

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Format hard drive


Hi
To "format C" means to format the the C drive, or the primary partition that Windows or your other operating system is installed on. When you format C, you erase the operating system and other information on the C drive.
However, it's not a straightforward process to format C. You can't format the C drive like you can format another drive in Windows because you're within Windows when you perform the format. To format C from within Windows would be like lifting a chair in the air while sitting on it - you can't do it.
The solution is to format C from outside of Windows, meaning you need a way to format a drive from somewhere other than your Windows installation. The easiest way to do this is to boot to an operating system (with formatting abilities) from a CD/DVD/BD drive, flash drive, or floppy drive.
This might all sound very complicated but it's actually quite easy to format C. Below are 5 completely free ways to format your C drive:
Note: If you're trying to format your C drive because you want to replace or reinstall Windows, you do not need to format C ahead of time. Formatting is done automatically during the Windows installation. Skip this article entirely and instead see How To Clean Install Windows.
Important: Formatting your C drive does not permanently erase the data on the drive. If you want to completely erase the information on the C drive, see Option 5 below, Wipe the Drive Clean With Data Destruction Software.
1. Format C From a Windows Setup Disc
The easiest way to format C is by completing part of a Windows installation. It's not easiest as far as number of steps goes, but since most of us have a Windows Setup DVD lying around, we have easy access to a means to format drives outside of Windows.
Important: You can only format C this way using a Windows 7 Setup disc or a Windows Vista Setup disc.
However, it doesn't at all matter what Windows operating system is on your C drive, including Windows XP. The only requirement is the disc you use to format C - either a Windows 7 or a Windows Vista Setup DVD. Feel free to borrow a friend's disc if you'd like to try this method but you only have Windows XP... or some other operating system.
2. Format C From a System Repair Disc
If you don't have access to a Windows Setup DVD, but you do still have access to a working copy of Windows 7, you can create a System Repair Disc and then boot to that disc and format C from there.
You can only format C using a System Repair Disc if you have access to Windows 7 to create the System Repair Disc. If you don't have access to Windows 7, find someone who does and create the repair disc from their computer.
Note: A System Repair Disc created from Windows 7 can format a C drive that has any Windows operating system on it, including Windows XP or Windows Vista.
3. Format C From Recovery Console
If you have a Windows XP Setup CD, you can format C from the Recovery Console.
The biggest caveat here is that you must also have Windows XP installed on your C drive. However, if you don't have access to Windows 7 or Windows Vista, this option may be your best to format C.
This Recovery Console method to format C also applies to Windows 2000. Recovery Console does not exist in Windows Vista or later, nor does it exist in Windows ME, Windows 98, or earlier.

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Programs not responding


try formatting your phone once

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My com has best defence against online threats, so i can't access internet, i tried basic connection like reset but it didn't work.. I couldn't make Lan network connection eather.. what...


Are you still having this problem? If so, uninstall Norton 360 and restart the system.
After restarting then setup Norton 360 do not add any additional apps into your computer until
it fully is installed and it tells you to restart the system.

If that doesn't solve the problem then get AVG Internet Security 2011 and it will help you to secure your system from hackers and viruses.

Let me know if the problem persists. Then the other thing is total format of the system and all data has to be backed up in Safe Mode. Do not do any thing other then backing up and formatting the system to a fully brand new partition and install Windows back on and do not connect to the internet till you get Norton or AVG installed once there installed then connect to the internet and see if that solved the problem.

After that install on the applications and then restart and login into your system and your all set.

Sep 15, 2011 | HP dc7700 PC Desktop

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I recently formatted my system with windows xp 3 nd all my data lost nd i couldnt connect to internet.....all my drivers has been deleted....so i need lan drivers for my computer...... plz give me the link...


You can download the device drivers for your computer from the computer manufacturer's WEB site. You need access a computer with Internet access to download the drivers and then copy and install them on your computer.
I cannot give you the link to the computer manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your computer.

Apr 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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