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T.v's can i wall mount a lcd t.v . on a wall above a plasma fire safely?

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Re: t.v's

You have probably posted to the wrong section so you may want to post to another but (and I am not an expert nor do I know what plasma fire is) as long as you are not subjecting the TV to excessive heat (presumed since you watch it) you should be okay.

Most consumer devices are rated to operate at 0-70 degrees Centigrade (not Fahrenheit). That means the components will operate within that ambient range without malfunctioning. Heat and plastic are a different subject.....there one would use common sense. Plasma fire....hmmm...scientifically you have a rather unique fire so I will assume its the name of some sort of product (or I am not up to date on the latest fireplace fad). FYI...a real plasma fire would melt brick.

Hope this helps....if not suggest you post to a different section. Tango.

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Help Resizing Mac hard drive with Disk Utility

Boot up your computer with using a linux live-cd/dvd manjaro fedora puppy or other technical distro to start up what will have gparted and or the kde partition manager on it that does do everything unmounted to that will allways enable all necessary things to replace or resize partitions , beware backup first always the distro in any way to be safe with the beginning to experiments. but there are several kind of tools and all open source is free , here you see a part of the kde partition manager and here is to see that will you rezise a partition that it just not must be mounted , thats the most important step to get a working menu by changing partitions that will forget. but it must first are recognized before to choose the right drive partition manager is also good usable for Microsoft or Beos and several other partition cluster arts of other unix systems.
the live dvd will work fully from out the memory of your system thats why it cost many more time for handlings. whats also be better to resize partitions is most time to delete an 3 partition system from the right the third partition (if its handling mounting active partitions to resize up to the right site its differs how to boot with a bootmanager was configured after resizing from the middle partition the find theright cluster out.resize from the left site can made bootproblems, if you not can handle

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I'm guessing that you got an error saying that something else is using this device, therefore you cannot format it?

If that's the case, you could do a lot of stuff to find the process that's using it and shut it down, but what's a lot easier is to just reboot into safe mode and try it again.

If you have windows 7, type "msconfig" into the search bar when you click your start orb. Hit enter once it finds the program. Click on the "boot" tab, then check the "safe boot" check box. Click apply then ok and let it reboot. Now you're in safe mode and nothing should be in your way of formatting your flash stick. :)

To get out of safe mode, follow the above directions again and just uncheck "safe boot."

If the stick isn't being recognized by windows at all, like you can't even see it in explorer, then chances are it's not initialized. Let me know and I'll walk you through that process next if none of the above helped and this is the new problem.

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Windows xp sp3 stop error message 7e usb

Why not just pull it out instead of clicking on safely remove hardware? Try it and see if it works. Sounds like your usb drive is not windows 7 compatible. Or windows 7 has some driver issue which is not uncommon.

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Had my My Book for more than a year. A few days ago my Mac stopped detecting it. I have since change the usb cable, tried the fire wire and it dosen't work

if there is firewire available, try that.

Open Applications
Open Utilites
Open Disk Utility

On left side - see if there is a Western Digital hard drive, there will be two icons for the drive it is there. The drive and its host. the drive may be grayed out. If so then click the mount button and you should be fine.

if the drive doesn't show up there - then try using a pc. also as weird as it may sound. try (if it lets you) flipping the ac adapter in the wall 180 degrees. may be the case if it is not the ac adapter that came with the unit

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Will not mount on a Mac Book Pro 17"

try to connect lacie to windows base computer if it work, there a problem, with your mac book check if device manager recognize lacie drive if not check for the fire wire port.

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Accessing one of the hard disk drives

you can always try to mount the hdd using the windows disk manager. if nothing, and you want to back up your data from the drive boot up your pc with a live linux cd and attempt to mount that drive manually. If successful you can transfer your data from one drive to the other with no problems

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Wall mounting hitachi 32ld7200

Should be able to. it's 25kg or 55lb ..

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When I switched on my computer one day, Western Digital drivers were not found.
This works:
I have changed plug sockets, power strip to wall socket and now Western Digitals are now being detected.

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