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Do not want to format existing, used, old hdd

Do I need to format existing, used, old hdd's?

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This really depends on your operating system, if Linux, or XP no, just plug it in. If Win7, there may be issues. please post a more detailed question. including operating system, type of HD, IDE, etc

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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How big a hard drive can I put in this computer and how much more ram can I add


of the memory - this is toshiba i assume? you should mention manufacturer...

i think this particular model can accept up to 8gb sdram ddr2 memory (better check at shop where you will buy it - or consult toshiba website), now, changing hdd on laptop is easy, but i would rather suggest buying 500gb or 1tb external hdd.

if you wish to change your existing hdd - just purchase bigger, and install it - problem is that you will then need to re-load your operating system, all programs and all related junk on existing hdd - hence: buy 1tb external, copy - or better move all data (photos, documents, movies, favourite p 0rn... whatever you wish), to new hdd, when everything of value you have copied/moved, then either format old hdd and re-install the programs, or just use ccleaner (available at this site
http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download
choose free version or purchase one if you wish), clean your computer, delete/uninstall programs which you did not access in last 6months, run registry cleaner (several times till you have no errors find message) and you will have again happy and workable computer.

hope this will help you with your decision, do not forget to vote...

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150gb sata formated hdd not recongized by lenovo 3000 n200


ok..let's do one thing at a time...can you boot to F2, and see what your bios states is the case?

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I need to do a low level format for my hard disk. Bad sector problem. Do you guys have any application for that particular kind of formatting?


Bad sector on hardisk there two kinds of that is software and physical. physical badsector caused from plate of hardisk damage is caused by dirt, fallen down, collided, to be incised, etc. While software badsector can be caused when hardisk busy sudden die, cause of usually broken electrics current.

For the bad sector damage of physical of hardisk, we require a really of expert to repair the hardisk. While damage of software we can repair xself use software or tool. One of the software which can be used to repair bad sector on hardisk that is HDD Low Level Format Tool.

Using this software hardisk can be low level format. Require to be paid attention that using low level format on a hardisk, causing all data in hardisk will lose and cannot be recovery again. But this way will be more effective eliminate sector bad.

HDD Low Level Format Tool Support Hardisk SATA, ATA or SCSI, can is also used on removable media like flashcard, flasdisk and etc. To run this software is very easy, that is :
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  • Download HDD Low Level Format Tool from the link above and install it till finish.
  • Run HDD Low Level Format tools
  • Select a hardisk which will repair then click continue.
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Select LOW-LEVEL-FORMAT tab", if you sure To format the hardisk click "format this device" button and await till finish. ad for hardisk repaired hence required time will longer.
HDD LOW format level can be download from following link,
http://hddguru.com
note : If on hardisk have detected badsector, before doing above steps, first step to backup all existing important datases

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I want to use a 80gb hdd out a xbox ,for my comp


The xbox uses a different filesystem than a PC. If you just want to add the hdd to your pc, you will need to format the hard drive so that it uses a filesystem the pc can recognize. For a windows XP/Vista system, this gemerally means NTFS filesystem. Keep in mind that this will destroy all existing data on that hard drive such as games and saves, so be sure that's what you want to do. You should be able to format the hdd from Administrative tools -> Computer management -> disk management and search for disk 1 or something similar. Take care not to format the disk holding your C: partition.

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To backup my data


you can use you 160gb HDD as slave in your old pc. then coppy your files and save it in the old pc HDD. affet you back up your files you can put back your 160gb HDD in your original pc and you can format it now. hope you can use this one.

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2nd hdd on acer 7720g


I support the suggestion posted by Joed911. This is the best way to connect the 2nd HDD.

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Format a HDD


I bought a new hard drive now it wont detect the master hard drive or slave hard drive

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Hard drive is full


Aquire disk imaging program such as norton ghost. Install 2nd, larger HDD into existing computer. Boot computer using ghost boot disk. "Image" existing HDD to newer, larger HDD.

Remove existing HDD. Set 'new' HDD to proper position (Master, etc).

Boot computer.

Joy.

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Need to format my hard drive


Firstly before you format the hard drive be aware that when you start the format process you will lose any data that is currently on that hard drive so make sure you backup all important files such as word and excel documents , pictures , music etc...


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Formatting Primary HDD
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1. Insert the Windows installation CD and restart the computer

2. Your computer should boot from the cd , or ask to press any key to boot from cd

3. at the next welcome screen press "enter"

4.Press F8 after reading the licence agreement

5.If an existing installation is detected it asks if you want to repair it , to bypass this and continue with the clean format press "esc"

6.Use the ARROW keys to select the partition or the unpartitioned space where you want to create a new partition. Press D to delete an existing partition, or press C to create a new partition. (if an existing partition exist press "D" then "C" to start from scratch")

7. If your not worried about partitions jsut press enter to create it the maximum size

8.Choose NTFS file system and press enter

9. After the install has completed follow any instructions it gives you.

10. you're all done now you will need to reinstall software , drivers etc...

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