Question about Acer Extensa 4620-6402 Notebook
I have a acer 4620z now it wouldn't start up after my daughters didn't shut dow the laptop correctly. So I bought a new hard drive and it say's no partion. HELP.
YOU NEED TO DO PARTITION INTO THE NEW HARDDISK AND ALSO FORMAT INTO NTFS FOR SURE.
YOU ALSO NEED TO INSTALL WINDOWS XP,YOU CUD'VE DONE THE PARTITION AT THE TIME OF INSTALLATION BUT IF HAVEN'T DONE THAT THEN YOU CAN STILL DO IT :aSSUMING THAT YOU HAVE INSTALLED XP
1. Click on the Start button and select the Control Panel option.2. If in Classic control panel mode, double-click on the Administrative Tools icon and then double-click on Computer Management icon.
If your control panel is in the Category view, click on Performance and Maintenance, then click on Administrative Tools, and finally double-click on theComputer Management icon.
3. When the Computer Management screen opens, click on the Disk Management option under the Storage category.
ON THE SCREEN NOW YOU'LL SEE YOUR HARD DISK DRIVE
1. Right click on the space listed as unallocated.
2. At the menu that comes up, click on the New Partition option.
3. You will now be presented with a wizard as to how you would like the partition to be created. At the first screen press Next.
4. At the following screen, determine if you need a primary or extended partition. For more information about these partitions you can read our partition tutorial listed above. Most people will be fine selecting Primary Partition. Select Primary Partition and press Next.
5. At the next screen you will be prompted to type in how much of the unallocated space you would like used for the new partition. In my example, my unallocated space is 26.43 GB, so I can choose to make a partition of that entire amount of only use half and save the rest for another partition. Regardless, of what you decide, you need to enter a size in the Partition size in MB: field, or stick with the default size, and press the Next button.
6. At the next screen select the drive letter you would like assigned to it, or use the default one given. When done, press the Next button. The drive letter that you assign here will be how you access the partition later.
7. In this step you will determine how you would like the new partition to be formatted. For the most part you are advised to use the NTFS file system.
8. Type a name in the Volume Label field that will be associated with this partition or leave it blank.
9. Finally press the Next button and you will come to a summary screen. Review how the partition will be created, and if you are satisfied, press the Finishbutton to complete the creation and formatting of your new hard disk partition.
When the computer finishes creating and formatting the new partition you will be presented with the Disk Management screen again and will see that you have a new partition and drive letter on your computer. Now you can use that drive to start storing your data.
iF YOU HAVEN'T INSTALLED WINDOWS OS HERE'S LINK THAT WILL HELP
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