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May be autostart on drive is not on

open my computer, find cd, or dvd drive , open it and find some executable file..... or setup file....or autorun file.....

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My Battlefield 1942 running on Windows 7 has suddenly quit booting up. Uninstalled it and re-installed it. Same problem. It worked fine until now


My advice isn't expert...

I suggest you scan for viruses and malware first. If nothing is found it could either be a software conflict or the programme has cannibalised parts of windows and/or replaced them with none-windows versions and made it unstable.

You could try System Restore but that has never worked for me. I usually end up formatting the drive and reloading everything.

Putting the system disc in the drive and booting from the disc I think offers a repair solution and it might be worth trying that.

I have used XP for years and I now have a laptop with a respectable specification running Windows 7. I find it slow and temperamental by comparison even though I have reloaded it twice.
The supplied serial doesn't work even though it is an official disc and I sometimes think Microsoft is somehow attacking my computer...

Why not try Linux for gaming?

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I am trying to reload my operateing system w. disc that came with emachine t 5048,its not recignizing the dics,wiill read any disk but that 1???It came w. computer when i bought it. disk is perfect,no...


At power on, enter the bios (usually by tapping a function key like Tab or Del or F2) and change the boot device order to have the CD drive first. Put the disc in the disc drive. Save and continue. Now, you may get a message asking you to "press any key to boot to the CD". Touch any key, and the reload should start.
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http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/a/biosaccess_pc.htm

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Can't see icon on computer with camera connected. trying to down load pics. Reloaded program from disc. Still can't see icon


Try NOT connecting your camera to your computer.


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. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Canon ZoomBrowser or Picasa.

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How do I do a factory reset?


reload from disc or recovery drive, i think recovery is F11button not sure.
to reload from disc go into bios F2 AND SET CD OR DVD drive to boot first save changes then reboot put disc in then reboot again.
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Needs new hard drive. Which hard drives are compatable and can I install a new hard drive and then simply insert the recovery disc to install the original programs and go from there with the upgrades...


According to HP's specifications, your computer came with a 250GB SATA (serial ATA) hard drive. All drives have standard mounting dimensions, so any SATA drive would be compatible. HP has manuals here that give detailed steps on how to change the drive if you need help. It's a very simple process. Then yes, just put in your recovery disc and reload the original software. You'll then need to reinstall updates, any applications you put on, and so on.

Hope this gets you running again soon. Thanks for using Fixya!

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Computer will not allow installation of system software


yo bro i got a couple things that might help try going to your bios and change the hard drive that it should look to to get the right system running, that is if you have tow different hard drives in the pc. o and also make sure that you have everthing plugged in correctly in your pc. if that doesnt work take out the first hard drive that was installed in the first place and put your new hard drive in its place and put in the right wire also.

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First of all I'm running Vista HP SP1. I put a disc (CD or DVD)in either of my LG CD/DVD 20x drives and try to view the disc by clicking on "My Computer" and then the "drive" that...


This could be several things, most likey it's a compat issue with Vista being daffy. Check with the mfg of the drive, see if there are updates for vista or if they should be running on vista. Check with microsoft, see if there are patches for the drive. Also it could just be the drive not master/slaved properly or it could be having mechanical issues.

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You will to run the repair with your recovery disc or operating system disc. In order to do this, you will have to enter the boot menu or set the machine to boot from CD before the hard drive. If you run a repair it will keep all the drivers, installed programs, and your files. If you have to do a complete reload, then you will have to download the drivers from the manufacturers site and you will lose any installed programs and files. If the hard drive is bad you are going to lose these anyway.

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goto program defaults/media player/disc insertion= and choose the options you require. Or goto computer-cd/dvd drive and choose the program you wish to run the disc

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DVD DRIVE WONT READ


You may have installed a program for the cloning that has "commandeered" your drive. Try doing a System Restore to a date prior to cloning the DVD. You can also try uninstalling any programs like MagicISO or Alcohol and then re-installing your normal burning software. You can also try Uninstalling or disabling your drive and re-booting, forcing a driver reload.

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