Question about XPLOSIV Video Game Consoles & Games
I recentely purchased a copy of Links 2003 but can't get it to launch. Every time I try I get an error message that says Cannot locate the Links 2003 Disk 1 despite the fact that I can hear it spinning in the drive. What must I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Telex DVD 7 tower Duplicator
it's not the heads that actually have the problem, it's the head guide that's sticking whenever it reaches those tracks mentioned. you need to open the drive initially to be able to repair or clean the malfunctioning parts. the read-write lenses be cleaned with cotton buds, and the stainless steil head guides be wiped clean and oiled.
Posted on Aug 19, 2007
SOURCE: A disk read error
The "clicking" and "disk read error" indicates a hard drive failure. When the PC boots it can no longer read some files from or the entire HD. The corrective measure would be to replace the HD and install your OS and programs. Alternately, you may try and reformat then re-install but then you would be operating with an unpredictable storage media and perhaps prolonging the inevitable.
If your reason for Safe Mode is to be able to access your files for purposes of backup, the constant trying/on-off just might worsen the condition of the HD. You can still try recovering by installing the HD in question inside a 2.5 enclosure to USB and install it as a removable device in a 2nd PC where you can try recover files.
Should you install a new HD and install the OS in your Gateway, you actually can use that to try and recover from the old HD. Recovery is 50/50.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
SOURCE: Message: "No Disk in Drive"
it seem you had problem with optical cd/dvd drive, open your Samsung sw 240b, under the optic there's potentio try to adjust it by twist to left slowly.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
One way to avoid this problem is not to save data that is equal to or more than the flash disk capacity.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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