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You need to contact the company that supplied the USB device to you or contact DELL Support at www.support.dell.com

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So So Happy USB flash drive won't install onto windows xp


Format the flash drive without using the executable installation program on the flash drive.

Insert new flash drive, do not let anything auto-run. View the drive in the file explorer. Right click on the drive and choose Format in XP to let XP do a full format (not a quick format) of the drive. This will ensure that the drive works on XP... it will then also be accessible on a newer system.

XP may also not be able to work with flash drives over 32GB, or will only give you access to the first 16 or 32GB.

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How to Recover Windows XP Password with Password Reset Disk?


Windows XP not only allows you to set a strong password to protect your computer, but also enables you to create a password reset disk to recover Windows XP password. So if you forgot Windows XP password, it is no need for you to reinstall computer. However, Windows XP has been released for several years and used by majority PC users, but there are still some PC users do not know how to create a password reset disk. Here I will show you how to create and use Windows XP password reset disk to help you to perform Windows XP password recovery.

To create a Windows XP password reset disk, you need to prepare a USB flash drive in advance before you follow the steps to create a password reset disk on Windows XP.

Step 1: Click Start button to select Control Panel.

Step 2: Click User Account on the following Windows screen.

Step 3: Select the User Account you want to create password reset disk for.

Step 4: Click Prevent a forgotten password.

Step 5: The Windows Password reset wizard will come up, Click Next.

Step 6: Insert your USB drive in computer. The next box will say Create a Password Reset Disk and ask you to insert your blank formatted disk in your floppy drive. Click the Next button.

Step 7: Enter your password at the Current User Account Password Box and click Next.

Step 8: Windows XP will create the password reset disk. When the progress indicator shows 100% complete, click Next.

Step 9: Click Finish when the forgotten password wizard box prompts you to do so.

When the Windows XP password reset disk is created, a file named userkey.psw will appear on your USB flash drive. You only need to create a disk for your Windows XP login password once. No matter how many times you change your password, this disk will always allow you to create a new one. Please remember to keep it in a safe location. And when you forget your password, you can use this USB flash drive to recover Windows XP password. Below are the Windows XP password recovery steps.

Step 1: Start your computer to enter the Windows XP log on screen.

Step 2: Type an incorrect password in the Password box, and then press Enter.

Step 3: In the following Logon Failed dialog box, click use your password reset disk. The Password Reset Wizard starts.

Step 4: On the Welcome to the Password Reset Wizard page, click Next.

Step 5: Insert the password reset disk, and then click Next.

Step 6: On the Reset the User Account Password page, type a new password twice.

Step 7: In the Type a new password hint box, type a hint, click Next, then click Finish.

Now your Windows XP password has been reset. You can log on your computer with the new password. And if forget to create a password reset disk, you can still perform Windows XP password recovery with Windows password recovery software like Windows Login Recovery. It can help you recover Windows XP password by burning a bootable CD / DVD or USB flash drive. In addition to perform Windows XP Password recovery, it can also help you recover Windows administrator password, standard user password on Windows 7 / Vista / Server 2008 / 2003, etc.

on Sep 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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The hardware was not installed because the wizard cannot find necessary software


try one of the following:
1. update ypur driver on line through Microsoft.
2. install drivers from add programmes menue... select search from internet... select install....then restart your system.

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When i try ti install my printer i get a meaasage saying "the specified location does not contain information about your hardware" what does that mean?


Hi,

The message means that the printer driver is not available or is corrupt. You can click on the link below and download the driver and start fresh.

Click Here >>> iP2600 Driver

Also, below the is screenshot of the website, click on Driver & Software button and select your Operating system to get the specific driver.
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Regards,
Shrey

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My drive is brand new, unused, when I click on the Start button, then Computer, I see the newly attached iomega drive as a CD Drive. so far so good. But when I RIGHT click on the iomega drive, chose...


As long as it is just the USB 3.0 and not the USB 3.0 with encryption. You will just need to format your drive.
Windows 7 / Vista 1. Connect the Iomega Hard Drive to the USB on the computer. 2. Next, open Disk Management. (Right click on the Computer icon > select Manage > click Storage > select Disk Management ) 3. You will see a prompt indicating you must initialize a disk before Logical Disk Manager can access it. The disk will be selected by default. Read the note at the bottom of the window and select the partition style you want to use. 4. Click OK. 5. The drive will now appear as Unallocated and the bar will be black. Right click on the black bar and select New Simple Volume. 6. When the New Simple Volume Wizard opens, click Next. 7. It is recommended to leave the maximum disk space selected. Click Next. 8. Assign the next drive letter available. (It is recommended that physical drives are placed before mapped network drives.) Click Next. 9. Windows will automatically select NTFS as the volume format. This is the preferred file system for use with Windows 7, Vista, and XP. 10. Select the option for Perform a quick format, enter a volume label if desired, and click Next, then click Finish. The drive will be ready to use when the format completes.
Windows XP / 2000 1. Connect the Iomega Hard Drive to the USB on the computer. 2. Next, open Windows Disk Management. (Right click on My Computer > select Manage > click on Disk Management ) 3. If the Disk Wizard opens, click Next. Select the disk, click Next, then Finish. If the Wizard does not open, locate the drive in the lower list. Look for a disk that does not show a drive letter or file system. CAUTION! Make sure you select the correct drive before proceeding. The following steps will erase all information from the selected drive. 4. Right click on the drive name and select Initialize Disk (Windows XP) or Write Signature (Windows 2000), then click OK. NOTE: If the options listed above are not available, you might need to delete the primary partition. 5. The drive will now appear as Unallocated and the bar will be black. Right click on the black bar and select New Partition (Windows XP) or Create Partition (Windows 2000). 6. When the Create Partition Wizard opens, click Next. 7. Verify that the partition type is Primary partition and click Next. 8. It is recommended to leave the maximum disk space selected. Click Next. 9. Assign the next drive letter available. (It is recommended that physical drives are placed before mapped network drives.) Click Next. 10. Select the option for Perform a quick format, click Next, then click Finish.

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My DameElec 2GB is not working on my XP Computer


try installing the flash drive once through add new hardware wizard from control panel. it might fix the problem for you. also plug the device directly into the usb slot present in the backside of the computer.

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I cant use my USB conector in PC


you just need to find a free driver to download for the computer to be able to read the device. After the driver is downloaded and installed, it should read automatically. At least that's how it works with windows vista. IF you have XP, you might need to run the wizard after the driver is installed

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UPDATE YOUR WINDOWS SOFTWARE FROM MICROSOFT OR YOUR VENDORS SITE, THERE MAY BE MORE SOFTWARE PATCHES FROM THE VENDOR TO FIX THAT TYPE OF PROBLEM

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Serial adapter need driver for xp


no need to install serial adapter it is built in for windows xp. but if you want to connect other devices using serial connection you need to install the driver e.g printer, modem etc.

Apr 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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