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Problem with Hard Drives having trouble cannot get microfix usb digital microscope to work cannot create file c;\program Files(x86)MicroCapture\mv.db". Access is denied
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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One of the most important yet overlooked elements of PC maintenance is data backup. If you do not perform regular backups, chances are your productivity will eventually suffer from data losses or a failed Windows installation.
All versions of Windows after 3.1 ship with a free backup utility called Microsoft Backup. It is not the best backup program available, but it may be sufficient for your needs. (Backup is better in later versions of Windows. Microsoft recommends Win98/Me users purchase a third-party utility.) If you want more control over your backups, consider purchasing a third-party program.
Backup is part of the System Tools utility. However, Setup does not install it by default in Win98/Me/XP Home. If you cannot locate Backup, visit the Microsoft support site and query for article No. 152561 (Win98), No. 264541 (WinMe), or No. 302894 (WinXP Home).
In Win98/Me, click Start, select Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and click Backup. To create and run a backup, click the Create A New Backup Job radio button and click OK. Follow the prompts to create a full or partial backup. If you want to create a backup set and run it later or run an existing backup set, open Backup and click the Open An Existing Backup Job radio button and click OK. You can now access the main Backup dialog box.
In Win2000/XP, navigate to the System Tools utility and select Backup. Click the Backup Wizard button. If you do not see a Backup Wizard button, click the Welcome tab. In WinXP, the wizard will start automatically if you are in wizard mode. Follow the prompts to create your backup set.
When you reach the last dialog box, Completing The Backup Wizard, you can click the Advanced button to create a backup schedule (this option is not available in Win98/Me). When you reach the When To Back Up dialog box, select the Later radio button and click the Set Schedule button. Perform data backups on a schedule that is appropriate to the importance of your files (once a week is a common timeframe). You should also perform a system backup at least once a month.
If you do not want to use the wizard, or you are working with an existing backup, open Backup and click the Backup tab to access the main Backup dialog box.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
You can buy an adaptor that will connect your hard drive to a pc.
Ribbon cable from your secondary drive on pc goes into the adapator. Adaptor also coonects to laptop harddrive.
You also need to change from being a master driveto be a slave drive . see linkbelow.
You can then copy file to pc a usb memory stick.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Not sure how to help without knowing what hardware you're using to read the drives.
But here are a couple of links from WD that may prove helpful...here and here.or here.
I'd look for something similar on the support site for your device.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2009
A few things to check
1. ensure the drive is connected directly to the computer and not via a HUB
2. ensure you use the original cable that came with it (not one that looks the same)
3. remove as many other usb components as possible
4.check the power supply for the external drive if it has one
5. shut down and restart the computer
At this point you should be able to see and move files around.
If this is not the case and the drive is no longer under warranty you could try the following
remove the drive from its enclosure and mount it in a computer that has a suitable interface SATA or IDE. if you can now use the drive normally then the enclosure is at fault. If the drive cannot be used normally then the drive is at fault. If its the drive then it is either dying or dead.
Also you should ensure your antivirus is totally up to date and that you also have ANTISPYWARE software installed too and that your computer is clean from any nasty stuff.
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Posted on Aug 17, 2009
The problem may be that your Security settings for the drive are not configured to give you Full Control.
In Explorer, right-click on the Hitachi drive and choose Properties.
Go to the Security tab.
Find the User you are trying to use and click on it.
Under Permissions, click Edit and enable Full Control for that user.
That should give you the ability to do what you need to.
If Windows won't allow you to change the setting, it's because you don't have Administrator priviledges. In that case, log out and log back in as an Administrator and go back and make the changes.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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