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Hard disk how to move or copy any data from one hard disk to another hard disk.

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There are a few ways to do this.. First is a USB Memory Stck, or the like. Then there is Networking the two PC's together with a cross-over cable. There are also USB devices exactly for that purpose for sale. The you can use an SATA/ IDE-USB adapter and take drive out of one machine attach to adapter, and plug it in to "Other" machine's USB port, and it will show up as a local drive, then ya can cut & paste etc. There are programs for "Cloning" entire drives, or just copying some files or data using any of various methods above.

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Iam using original win 8 64 bit in my acer lappy and right now iam planning to buy new lappy and i want to get win 8 to move in my new lappy along with all data

You could take the hard drive out of one and move it to the other. You might have trouble with drivers. An easier thing to do would be to buy an external hard drive and move all of your data to the external hard drive and then copy it to the new laptop.

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A "CRC" (Cyclic Redundancy Check) is caused by an disk-drive error.

When you write a "block' of data to your disk-drive, a CRC value is calculated, and is also written to the disk. When you try to read that "block" of data, the CRC value is also read from the disk,
and a new CRC is calculated from the data. If the "new" CRC does not match the "old" CRC, then you have a "check" condition -- either the data was not written correctly, or the data could not be read correctly.

Now, did the "check" message refer to the "source" of the copying operation (namely your 'C:' drive) , or the "target"(namely the external drive) ???

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If it is a Blue Screen Error., and it is nit letting you work, then Re-installation of XP Would be the option...
But before you re install, make sure you back up your required data.....

(If it is a desktop computer, you can take out the hard disk, and connect it to another computer- probably your friend's computer, and boot from his computer, and copy the required data from your HDD (Hard Disk Drive) , to His HDD )...


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I cant recover files on my hard disk, it says it is currupt, maybe its because of a short brownout. my hard diksk is still working

Corrupt file is because infected by a virus,copying file not complete,or broken download. you can try miniPE to recover your file.miniPE is an amazing CD and try it.

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Use the following link to download the software, which helps u to detect as well as completly remove badsectors, but before u do tat, here is the answer for wat is bad sectors..

Hard disk drive is an integral part of every computer. It stores all your information. One of the most prevalent defects of hard drives is bad sectors on the disk surface. Bad sectors are a part of the disk surface which contains not readable, but frequently necessary information. As a result of bad sectors you may have difficulties to read and copy data from your disk, your operating system becomes unstable and finally your computer may unable to boot altogether.

When a hard drive is damaged with bad sectors, the disk not only becomes unfit for use, but also you risk losing information stored on it. The HDD Regenerator can repair damaged hard disks without affecting or changing existing data. As a result, previously unreadable and inaccessible information is restored.

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you can use windows backup facility, start>all programmes>accesories>system tools>backup, or use a third party software similair to norton ghost if you wish to back up the operating system as well.

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