I had the computer for a while now, and sometimes, atleast once in a month the flash drives in "My Computer" folder just happen to disappear. So i called the Medion Customer support, they told me to turn off the computer, unplug it for 15 min, plug it in, turn it on and it'll work. So it did, even though it took like another 10 min for the computer to start, its like it was warming up or something, before ever turning on. I used that way of fixing my Flash problem from then on. Yestarday, i did the same thing, only my computer does not want to start on AT ALL. I need help, im a busy guy, i have a lot of emails to check and send and over all, all my work depends on my computer. Here's a detailed step by step of my latest actions.
1. I turned off my computer normaly through "Start" "Turn Off Computer" "Shut Down".
2. Unpluged the wire from the back of the computer.
3. Waited around 15 min.
4. Pluged the wire back in and waited another 10 min for the computer to "power up".
5. Nothing happened, woke up next morning = same thing.
Help me PLEASE!
Waiting for 10 or 15 or even 30 minutes doesn't make much sense to me.
What kind of flash drive or drives do you use? .. USB Thumb/Pen/Flash drive? ..
If your flash drives in "My Computer" folder just happen to disappear, does the computer still working or freezed state?
When you say your computer does not want to start on AT ALL.' the machine is not running at all or just that the operating system is not booting up?
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Insert the USB drive into your computer's USB port and navigate to it through My Computer.
Now double click on the USB drive.
Once in the directory of the USB flash drive click tools at the top menu bar of your screen. Then click folder options. Now click the view tab. Scroll down a bit to the folder heading that reads: Hidden Files and Folders.
Select the option that reads: Show Hidden Files and Folders.
Now click apply and then OK.
This will show all available hidden files and folders that are present on your USB flash drive or card.
hello sir, Open the folder where you have the pictures.
Insert the Flash drive.
Open the flash drive (using 'Computer' from the Start button).
Drag the pictures you want onto the flash drive window.
If it won't copy check the write protect switch on the flash drive (if it has one) Godbless!!
Once you plug the sandisk into your computer, a window should pop up asking you if you want to view the files on the disk, if it does, click on it. If not, just go to Start Menu -> My Computer -> (The Flash Drive). Move this window to the side so you can see the desktop aswell as the flashdrive folder. (You have have to 'demaximize' (Restore Down) the window so that you can see the desktop aswell. Then go to the start menu again and go to "My Pictures" or wherever your pictures are located. then, you can click and drag the pictures from the "My Pictures" folder into the FlashDrive's folder. Once all the images are copied into the flashdrive folder, you can unplug the flash drive and the images will be on it.
Hope this helped,
connect your flash drive with your computer . then open the my computer . On my computer find your flsh drive then open your flash drive and now copy the documents in the flash drive now open another my computer option then open any of your local disks like local disc c or d or d then now press the following keys at the same time ctrl+v. if still having problem reply me i will help you
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Open up two windows, one for the destination folder and one for the source folder on the memory card. Then select the pictures and drag them across. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.
Insert the cruzer into the usb port. You should see a message pop up and say new hardware found and then flash off. It may also say usb memory or storage device or even recognize it as the cruzor. This recognition process is fairly quick say 5-10 seconds. After that the computer knows what the cruzer is and its ready for use.
The cruzer is now seen as another drive or storage drive on your computer. Your hard drive is usually C , the CD/DVD would be D drive and the cruzer would be seen as E. If you are in a program and want to save to the cruzer you open the file/save and you should see E drive or Cruzer if not click on my computer and look for it there. Once you find it just click on it and then hit save/ok. Thats all there is to using one. Once you know how to find it as a save option or a loading option then you just treat it like a hard drive.
Once you get it sorted out you will use it a lot. They are very handy.
Insert the USB drive into any USB port of your computer. When you do, you should see a window pop up that asks what you would like to do now. Click the option to browse the files. You should now have a window open for your USB drive. Next, open up my computer and find your pictures on your hard drive. Once you have found them, you can click and drag the pictures from the hard drive window to the USB drive window. Do this as necessary for any or all the pictures.
Most SanDisk flash drives contain a program on the flash drive. You can run it, or not.
Generally, I do not run the program because it takes up space on the card and installs unnecessary stuff on the computer. It's your option.
1. Put the flash drive in any convenient USB port on you laptop.
2. Click on "My Computer". The Flash card will be listed as "Removable Disk"
3. Note the Drive letter assigned to it (Probably E:)
4. Once you know the assigned drive letter, you can go to the "My Pictures" in the "My Documents" folder and copy (or drag) photos, etc. from there to the E: Drive.
Hope this helps!
The flashing folder means that the computer can't find the boot system on the hard drive. If your girlfriend's step-dad has removed some parts of the OS, then the system will not start giving the 'flashing folder' result. You will need to re-install the OS from the system disk. Insert the disk into the computer and it will boot from that and take you through the install procedure.
Hi, Mostly this kind of problem occurs in sansa due to incompatible settings. Try the MSC mode in the setup instead of the normal mode. Then the player will appear as a unique drive. Copy the music files to appropriate folders and eject the drive. The database will then refresh again...Also reset the settings to factory default atleast once.
Have a nice day...I hope that this solves ur problem :)