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If you don't wish to use the USB cable, you can always transfer files wirelessly between your Nexus and PC via the cloud. Since you already have a gmail account, use your Google Drive account to store files and access them by both your PC and Nexus 7. If you haven't set up your Google Drive account, here's how:
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Can i transfer my pictures from the gallery on my tablet to a flash drive


Yes, but it takes several steps to transfer pics from your tablet to a flash drive.

There are two ways of accessing tablet files: 1) wireless access which requires a sync app on your tablet and PC software of the same app type. One such app for sync between Android (any) to/from PC software is Cheetah Sync: http://www.jrtstudio.com/cheetah-sync-android-wireless-sync.

Alternatively, you can use ES File Explorer's Network/LAN/Cloud/FTP functions to share files between your Android phone/tablet and your PC via secure Wifi: http://www.cnet.com/how-to/share-files-between-android-and-windows-with-es-file-explorer/

or 2) wired via the USB charging cable, which I will explain in more detail:

Plug your table to your PC using the Samsung charger cable that doubles as a data transfer cable when you remove the USB plug from the wall charger cube and plug it to the USB port on your PC.
Your PC should read your tablet as an external drive: Open "My Computer" and double-click the tablet drive icon>search your subfolders for your pictures. Highlight your picture files and either copy and paste or drag and drop (different way of copy/paste) to your desktop (or desired location), copies will be transferred but not moved from the tablet unless you "cut and paste" from your table to PC to clear out your tablet and make more space. When done, unplug your tablet cable from the PC. Plug in your flash drive to the available USB port: access the flash drive icon on My Computer. Drag and drop or copy and paste picture files to your flash drive.

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this is a common problem on these le1700's. Can you hear the micro drive spinning up when you turn on the tablet? If you hear clicking the drive may have gone bad. If the drive is heard spinning up and doing normal whirr's and clicks it may be the connectors need to be reseated on the drive. Opening the panel for the drove and removing the 4 screws allows you access to the drive and the delicate ribbon cable attached to it. Carefully reseat the drive, or have a person that knows about zif (zero insertion force) drives reseat it for you. If it's still not working it's possible the cable itself went bad. ONLY OEM cables seem to work on these- the aftermarket ones are iffy. Also they type of drive seems to be important as well- Toshiba or Hitachi micro drives are o.k., but a micro ssd ziff seems to have less compatibility issues in my experience.

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Toshiba portege 3500 tablet saya tidak bisa booting lewat external cd room .. yang ada di layar monitor terbaca : intel(R) boot agent version 4.1.06 copy right (C) 1997-2002, intel...


It means that the BIOS cannot find a disk to boot.
Make sure you selected the hard drive in the boot settings of your BIOS
Remove all external DVD drives or floppy drives or ethernet cables
If you get an error message, you should start troubleshooting your hard drive.

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How do i get it to connect to my computer to get files from there?


Plug in the USB cable. My Vista machine recognized the Cruz as an external storage device (like a flash drive) and displayed a folder for the internal 4gb flash and another folder for the 2gb SD card I added. You can't access the folders from the Cruz while the PC is connected but you'll see any files you copy over once the cable is disconnected. (use Astro to view files in the folders)

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My lapttop is stuck on the login window and I can


Removie battery and remove all the screws on the bottom by the Hard drive or dvd drive. You will see a white and red cable, depending on the year a green cable. Follow cable and disconnect it. It should disconnect the Bios and reset it. connect after 3 to 5 minutes

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Unable to install OS on Hard drive. Error PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. PXE-MOF: Exiting PXE ROM. Invalid partition table


When your computer failed to boot from the disk-drive, it tried to connect to a network-accessible "boot-server" via the Ethernet adapter.

However, if there's no cable connected to the computer's Ethernet port, you will get the "check the cable" error-message.

So, your real problem is "invalid partition table", which means that the very first record on the disk-drive is either missing or corrupt.
That first record contains the "partition table", which lists the size of the hard-drive, and the size of each partition (usually only one) on the hard-drive.

So, you'll need to buy an adapter that has a USB-plug on one end, and a connector for your "SATA" or "IDE" hard-drive at the other end.

Remove the hard-drive from your computer, attach it to the connector, and plug-in the USB connector to a USB port on another computer, and then use software to delete and then reconstruct the partition table.

Or, the hard-drive is failing, and must be replaced (maybe under warranty???).

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I have compaq 738 tu laptop. ''my computer'' is not showing cd-dvd drive in my laptop. how can i resolve my problem?


If you have formatted your laptop without backup then it will not show CD-DVD drive

1) Please update the drivers.
2) Please get the data cable checked, it can also be the problem, in most of the cases data cable melts and disconnects the CD-DVD drive from the system.

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Difference between HDD and SATA


Buying a new SATA hard drive is confusing if you don't understand the differences between the various drive types. Which hard drive should you buy?

SATA Hard Drives (Serial ATA) are the most popular drives being sold today. Alongside them in the store however you will also find boxes labeled Parallel ATA or SCSI. So what are the differences between these hard drives and which one should you purchase? Your decision is dictated by what your computer can accept. Check with your computer's manufacturer to see which drive style you can use. Most newer computers purchased within the last two years accept SATA connections. If your computer cannot accept one of the newer SATA hard drives you can purchase SATA adaptor cards that plug into an empty expansion slot on your computer's motherboard. You can purchase SCSI adaptors as well, so follow these tips to guide your decision.

SATA vs PATA: Serial ATA vs. Parallel ATA Drives SATA hard drives have many benefits over their older cousin, the Parallel ATA drive. Chief among these differences are:
  • SATA hard drives are faster and perform much better than traditional ATA drives and are better for high bandwidth applications such as video editing and multiplayer gaming.
  • SATA drives use a smaller, cheaper cable to connect to the computer's motherboard. These cables can also be up to three feet in length compared to eighteen inches with Parallel ATA cables.
  • SATA hard drives can be hot swappable, meaning that they can be disconnected and reconnected without powering down the computer. There are limits to this of course. You should never disconnect your boot drive while the computer is operating.
  • SATA cables are easier to plug in without damaging the delicate connecting pins on the drive.
  • SATA hard drives are significantly faster than external USB hard drives.
SCSI Hard Drives SCSI hard drives are the elders of the storage world. SCSI is one of the oldest specifications but it is also the fastest and thus has been widely used in network servers and other high speed, high bandwidth applications. Unfortunately this high speed storage has also meant much higher costs. SCSI drives were once standard in all Macintosh computers but have since been replaced by the cheaper SATA based hard drives.
  • SCSI drives are also hot swappable, similar to the SATA drives.
  • Some varieties of SCSI can be used with SATA
  • SCSI drives are often set up in a mirroring arrangment to allow for instant, continuous backups of the hard drives.
  • SCSI drives are still the most expensive drives on the consumer market.
Your basic rule of thumb should be to purchase a drive that is designed to work with your computer's motherboard. Try to avoid using SCSI adaptors or SATA adaptors unless absolutely necessary as the whole point of using a specific kind of hard drive is to get the most speed and storage for the money.

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Sanjeev Kumar

Jan 22, 2009 | Tablets & eReaders

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