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I use a cheap 2.5" USB 2.0 case that has the correct connection ie. SATA or IDE. Connect your laptop drive to that. Then connect to a regular PC that has enough space to hold an "immage" copy of your hard drive
I would normally take out the old drive and make an image of it using Acronis or an older version of norton ghost.
I would then put the image onto the new drive and then place the new drive in the laptop. if done correctly your laptop and windows wont even know it was changed.
Once I am sure the new drive is OK i format tho old one put it in the external case and hey presto you have some more storage that you can move between computers.
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I think your DVD player has the wrong regio code. Be aware you only can change that once. So not switch the regio code from 1 to 5 and a few weeks later from 5 to 1 or 4.
Check the manual, how you can change the regio code. If you put in a DVD from Singapore, it should play the disk. The same if you burn your own DVD regio free. It should play the disk too.
if your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark ! or red x right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver just replace the cable of the hard disk, when you plugged the external disk drive you got that windows could recognize the USB device change the cable everything should work fine again, sometimes the wires inside the cable will be damaged due to bending or stretching or placing heavy equipment upon the cable, check the USB leads that attach to the motherboard usually red-white-green-black make sure they are securely seated and have no dust build up on them dust will cause static and a lot of unforeseen problems click start control panel administrive tools computer management disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now click start two boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in both boxes then select check now start or you might tick one box then return after its finished the first repair then return and tick the second box you should not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input may damage this drive hope this helps
Why not use your new hard drive as a storage disc. Reconnect your old hard drive as it was before. Hopefully it will boot the computer again. If it does, shut down the unit. On the primary bus, set your old HD as master & the new HD as slave with jumpers. Boot the unit & hopefully you will now have a "c"&"d" HD showing in My Computer. Remember that your are dealing with Windows & what should happen & what really happens can be two entirely different things.
Hi there check that the drive is found in the bios setting press del. as the computer boots. this will take you to bios you need to check that the HDD is found there first if so then once at a:\ type c:\ then press enter this will access the c:
You post a wrong printer nr, you must have bizhub C350 not bizhub 350, beacause 350 doesnt have that kind of code. In Bizhub C350 that code means: C12C0: Hard disk recognition error You have the following options: - reinstall the hard disk - change hard disk or as a last chance change PWB-MFP