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How do I burn files already on my hard drive?

I click advanced, then it says if you want to burn files already on your hard drive, select browse. But browse is faded out, I can only select cancel or burn from a new DVD. Is there a setting I need to change to allow the burning of files already on my hard drive?

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How to adjust the page file size in Windows Vista

The page file (or swap file) is a portion of the hard drive that Windows reserves to use as additional memory when its needed. You can make the page file smaller or larger, or disable it completely.

1. Click the Vista orb.
2. Right click on Computer.
3. Select Properties.
4. Under Tasks on the left hand side, select Advanced system settings.
5. If the User Account Control window appears, click Continue.
6. Click the Advanced tab.
7. Under Performance, click the Settings button.
8. Click the Advanced tab.
9. Under Virtual memory, click the Change button.
10. Select the hard drive that you want to adjust the page file for. (Typically this will be the C: drive.)
11. If Custom size is not already selected, click the circle next to it to select it.
12. Enter an Initial size and Maximum size for the page file in megabytes. The maximum size must be equal to or larger than the initial size, and both values should be at least one and a half times the amount of physical RAM that is installed in the computer.
13. Click the Set button.
14. Click OK to save the changes.
15. Click OK again in the Performance Options window.
16. Click OK in the System Properties window.
17. Reboot your computer for the change to take effect.

If your computer performs erratically after changing the page file size, go back into the settings and either change it back to its previous value or try a new value. Virtual memory errors are a good indicator that the page file is not large enough to handle what Windows needs it to do.

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    f. Click the "Adjust for best performance" option
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  4. Step 3Defragment the Hard Drive:
    a. Double-click "My Computer"
    b. Find the "C" drive, and right click on it
    c. Select "Properties"
    d. Click the "Tools" tab
    e. Click the "Defragment Now" button
    f. At the top, the "C" drive should be highlighted
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    Reason: Increases speed at which files are accessed
  5. Step 4If you have one hard drive installed, perform this step. If you have two hard drives installed, skip this step and go to Step 5.

    Make Sure Virtual Memory is Set to "System managed size:"
    a. Click "Start"
    b. Click "Control Panel"
    c. Double-click the "System" icon
    d. Click the "Advanced" tab
    e. Under "Performance," click "Settings"
    f. Click the "Advanced" tab
    g. Under "Virtual Memory," click "Change"
    h. Make sure the "System managed size" option is selected
    i. Click "Set"
    j. Click "OK"
    k. Click "OK"
    l. Click "OK"

    Reason: Gives the OS as much virtual RAM as it needs
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    a. Follow steps "a" through "g" of Step 4
    b. Make sure the "C" drive is highlighted at the top
    c. Click the "No paging file" option
    d. Click "Set"
    e. Click "OK"
    f. Click "Change"
    g. Make sure the second hard drive is highlighted at the top (The "C" drive shouldn't be the one highlighted. It might be called "D" or "E")
    h. Select the "System managed size" button
    i. Click "Set"
    j. Click "OK"
    k. Click "OK"
    l. Click "OK"
    m. Restart your computer so the changes can take effect

    Reason: Offloads the virtual memory onto the other hard drive, allowing the main hard drive to work faster.
  7. Step 6Disable Hard Disk Indexing:
    a. Double-click "My Computer"
    b. Right click on the "C" drive
    c. Select "Properties"
    d. Uncheck the box that says "Allow Indexing Service to index for fast file searching"
    e. Click "OK"

    Reason: Hard drive is accessed less often, making it faster (note this comes with the price of making file searches slower. If you use the search box frequently, you may want to leave this checked. Otherwise, uncheck it.)
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Need to know how to stop thm from downloading into computer

Assuming you are using Windows XP, the following solution applies to remove the thumbs.db file from your picture folders. The function of thumbs.db is just to cache the pictures in that folder so that previews load faster, so you can safely disable this feature and delete the file.

First let's turn this feature off, so that no new thumbs.db files are created (the thumbs.db already created will have to deleted manually:

1) Open My Computer or any windows folder
2) From the top menu options, click on "Tools"
3) Open Folder Options, click on "VIEW" tab (right of "GENERAL" tab)
4) In "Advanced Settings", under "Files and Folders" sub heading, put a check mark in the "Do not cache thumbnails" option (by default it's unchecked).
5) Now, click Ok and close the folder.
6) That's it, no more annoying "thumbs.db" files.

Next follow these steps to remove the thumbs.db files already created in your hard drive.

1) Click on Start button and open "Search"
2) Click on All Files and Folders (by default XP search is set to standard. Advanced mode is slightly different and can be selected from "change preferences" --> "change files and folder search behaviour", but basically the procedure remains same.
3) Type "thumbs.db" in "all or part of the file name"
4) In the Look in box, make sure all local hard drives is chosen or you can select "my computer" too from the drop down menu.
5) Now, this step is important, expand "more advanced options", by clicking on its arrow and make sure all the first three options, ie, search "system folders", "hidden files" & "subfolders" are selected (have check marks). If not select them. (Remember, most "thumbs.db" have an "hidden file" attribute, so if hidden file search is unchecked, either no results or very few only will appear.
6) Click "Search" and wait till search is completed. It can take a long time depending on your hard drive size and contents.
7) All thumbs.db files in your hard drive will be displayed
8) Click "Edit" from the top menu options and click "Select All" from the drop down menu.
8) Click "File" menu (left of EDIT), now click "Delete" rom its drop down options.
9) Click "yes" if asked for confirmation. Close "search", now go to "Recycle Bin" and empty it.
10) Your PC is now free of "thumbs.db" pest forever.

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How do you use a sandisk cruzer micro usb 2.0 flash drive

insert your 2 gb cruzer into a usb port click start all programs accessories open windows explorer my computer you should see your drive click to open it from there you select the files right click on the file/s right click copy navigate back to the drive right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor the file/s drag them to scan disc then drop them

or if you are downloading from the internet once the program/files starts to download an option will open and ask where you want to save it or run it also browse click on the browse to save it to your 2 gb cruzer

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Performance tip: Do you have more that 1 hard drive in your Computer?

If you have 2 or more hard drives in your computer you can increase performance by moving your swap file (an old operating system trick to artificially create more memory space used by Windows, also called virtual memory or page file).
In XP(Other Windows OS's are similar):
Start Button -> Control Panel -> double click System icon.
-In the System Properties Box select Advanced.
-In the Advanced tab select settings located under Performance.
-In the new box select the Advanced tab.
-In the Advanced section select change located under Virtual Memory.
-Under Drives select the drive that has have your Operating System in and choose No paging file, click on set.
-Next select any other drive and select System Managed size, click on set. Click OK,OK,OK OK to restart.
Usually the bigger the drive the faster. The faster the better.
Windows can now access the swap file on 1 drive as it accesses data on the other instead of waiting for data from 1 drive.
This tip applies if you have 2 physical hard disk drives, not 2 drives in 1 disk.
If you are a gamer get another disk and do this trick.

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How to backup files and folders

did you install the software included on the seagate?
if not install it and you can setup the back up/schedule.
or you can use windows backup to schedule backups to the seagate drive.

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I cant sign in,in te msn,but only in hotmail in the internet!!ca you please say me what to do?

clear out your C:\WINDOWS\TEMP directory (this is a storage area where files are stored before they are installed). Delete everything in this file, and your problem may be solved completely.
If this does not work, you may also need to clear out your Internet cache (temporary Internet files):
(Internet Explorer)
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on Tools -> Internet Options.
3a. In IE6 - Click on the 'Delete Files...' button on the Genral Tab
3b. In IE7 - Click on the 'Delete' button under the Browsing History section of the General Tab.
(Mozilla Firefox)
1. Open Firefox.
2. Click on Tools -> Options
3. Click on the Advanced tab -> Network Tab.
4. Click on the 'Clear Now' button under the Cache section.

- Empty your recycle bin

- Run Scandisk
1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools
2. Select Scandisk
3. Select your hard drive. If you have more than one, you should scan each drive individually.
4. Click Standard
5. Check Automatically fix errors.
6. Click Start

- Run Defrag
1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools
2. Select Disk Defragmenter
3. Select the hard drive you wish to defrag and click ok.

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Don't know how to upload data to new computer

Browse to the location on the new computer where you want to save the old data.
Right click and choose New Folder.
Name the folder Files from Old PC
Press enter twice and the new folder will open.
Plug the Maxtor USB into the new computer and turn on the power.
The drive will install and be given a drive letter in my computer.
Browse to the drive in My Computer and double click the Maxtor drive.
Browse to the folder where you saved the old data and open it.
Now do the keyboard command CTRL + A (select all) this will select all the files.
Click one of the selected files & drag them all to the new folder you have open and let go.
All of the files from the Maxtor will copy to your new computer.

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Restoring files to my C: drive

  1. Open shortcutcold.gifBackup.
  2. The Backup Utility Wizard starts by default, unless it is disabled.
  3. Click the Advanced Mode button in the Backup Utility Wizard.
  4. Click the Restore and Manage Media tab, in Click to select the check box for any drive, folder, or file that you want to restore, select the files and folders you want to restore by clicking the check box to the left of a file or folder.
    1. In Restore files to, do one of the following:
    2. Click Original location if you want the backed up files and folders to be restored to the folder or folders they were in when they were backed up. Skip to step 6.
    • Click Alternate location if you want the backed up files and folders to be restored to a folder that you designate. This option will preserve the folder structure of the backed up data; all folders and subfolders will appear in the alternate folder you designate.
    • Click Single folder if you want the backed up files and folders to be restored to a folder that you designate. This option will not preserve the folder structure of the backed up data; the files will appear only in the folder that you designate.
    1. If you selected Alternate location or Single folder, type a path for the folder under Alternate location, or click the Browse button to find the folder.
    1. On the Tools menu, click Options, click the Restore tab, and then do one of the following:
    2. Click Do not replace the file on my computer if you do not want the restore operation to copy over files that are already on your hard disk.
    • Click Replace the file on disk only if the file on disk is older if you want the restore operation to replace older files on your disk with newer files from your backup.
    • Click Always replace the file on my computer if you want the restore operation to replace files on your disk regardless of whether the backup files are newer or older.
    1. Click OK to accept the restore options you have set.
    2. Click Start Restore.

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