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Western Digital My Book hard drives use USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 speeds to transfer data from the hard drive to the computer and vice versa. When your My Book external hard drive is not performing properly or not turning on, you can troubleshoot the problem before sending the hard drive back to the manufacturer. Correctly powering up and installing the My Book are essential for transferring information and avoiding corruption.
Run your fingers up and down the power cable that connects to the back of the My Book hard drive and the wall outlet in your home. Feel for breaks or tears on the cable and replace the cable if needed. Check the pin on the back of the hard drive where the power cable meets the drive. Make sure the pin is straight and will make contact with the power cable properly. If the pin is bent, send the hard drive to Western Digital for repair. Plug a different device into the power outlet you are using to make sure it works properly. Use a device that you know powers on correctly. b> Slow Transfer Rates b> Open your computer's tower and check over the PCI adapter card that gives you the ability to achieve USB 3.0 speeds. Make sure that the adapter card is installed correctly per your manufacturer's installation manual. If the PCI adapter card is not installed correctly, you will not be able to transfer data in the 3.0 speed. Disconnect any other external hard drives connected to the system. When two hard drives are connected via USB, they share the transfer rate bandwidth and slow your transfer speeds down. Run a Windows Update to change the USB driver on your computer. Click "Start" then "All Programs" and then "Windows Update." Run the update and choose your correct USB 3.0 driver from the list. Click "Install" at the bottom to install the driver. Hope this helps.
there are few steps to transfer picture from computer to your lg gt505 phone.. its either you use bluetooth (if your laptop or computer has a blutooth), or you transfer it using a cable usb. cable usb is given to you when you buy your phone. every phone has usb cable. or u can transfer it using a card reader and put it on your memory card. hope this helps.
If it is a CDMA phone, take it to the service provider and ask them to transfer it to their computer and put it on your USB flash drive or your new phone. If you are using a SIM card (GSM phone) you can transfer the numbers to the SIM card using the phone menu and place the SIM card in the other phone. With a SIM card reader, you can download the information to your computer.
you can use motorola phone tools (MPT) it has the transfer phone number option where you plug in one phone and it copies to computer then plug in 2nd and it copies to that. It's the easiest way. You could also use pst to backup your phone book, then just restore it to the new phone. modmymoto or hacktherazr.com would both have info on this.
when u transfer the adress book contacts to ur sim and when u load the sim onto ur iphone..ur address book can be loaded or copied from ur sim to ur iphone..u cud also connect ur iphone to the computer with a usb cable and download the contacts that u had saved on the computer to your mobile using the software provied with the phone kit. all the best