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How do I password protect my iomega ego


Plug your USB imoga ego usb drive into your computer.


Click on the "My Computer" icon at the top of your computer screen.

Double click on the iomega USB icon.


Right click in a blank space in the middle of the window to pull up a small menu.


Select the "New Folder" option from the menu to create a new folder on your Iomega USB 2.0 drive.


Drag all of the files that you want to protect into the new folder you created.


Right click on the folder that you created and select the "Properties" option from the menu.

Go to the "Sharing" tab and click on it.


Scroll down to the "Make This Folder Private" box and check it. Click the "OK" button and wait for the window to close.


Use your Windows log-in password to open the file.

hope this helps

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Vertical blanking


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Won't turn on


The problem in blank white screen is the display (LCD). Send it to a technician for repair. The blinking folder with a question mark is conflict on drivers. Have you installed a software lately? If you do please uninstall it. Maybe that is the cause of having a blank white screen.

Jul 12, 2010 | Apple MacBook Pro PC Notebook

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My mac wont turn on.... when i switch it on there is just a blank screen and a little folder in the middle of the screen with a question mark in it and i cant use the mouse or anything, can anyone help me?


When you have that icon on the screen the computer is working but there is no operating system installed on the computer or the OS has been corrupt
What you need to do is reinstall the OS buy inserting you installation disk that came with your mac, reset the computer, and when you hear the charm hold down C until it boots into the disk.

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Small text and screen blank top and bottom


try to replug the lcd connectors. you have to dismantle it

Jul 06, 2009 | Compaq Evo N620c Notebook

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I turn on my mac and only this small folder icon appears in the middle of the screen


The face is probably frowning.  The computer cannot find the operating system.  Use a utility disk to boot up the computer and then use First Aid or Disk Utility to check the disk.  You may have to re-install the operating system.  This can be done without losing your files if done correctly.  Seek help from an Apple repair facility if you are in doubt about how to do it.

May 20, 2009 | Apple iBook G4 (Z0AZW13397068) PC Notebook

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Middle of screen is blank


Your screen is probably damaged, and will need to be replaced, but try these:

The 5 Rs: Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall, Restore
Remember these five basic suggestions if you have a problem with iPod nano. Try
these steps one at a time until your issue is resolved. If one of the following doesn’t
help, read on for solutions to specific problems.
â Reset iPod nano. See “General Suggestions,” below.
â Retry with a different USB port if you cannot see iPod nano in iTunes.
â Restart your computer, and make sure you have the latest software updates
installed.
â Reinstall iTunes software from the latest version on the web.
â Restore iPod nano. See “Updating and Restoring iPod nano Software” on page 50.

Jun 02, 2008 | Apple iPod nano

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Dell Inspiron 1420 - says user profile cannot be loaded


Try this, it should work and it really is quite easy to follow -

1. Boot up in Safe Mode. To do this, hit the F8 key while the computer is
booting, and then scroll down to the "Safe Mode" option and press enter. On
my computer the user account icon appeared, but bigger than normal, and I
clicked it and it loaded my desktop in safe mode. It came up with an error
bubble saying that my user account hadn't loaded properly, but I just ignored
this.

2. Click the Start Button and in the white "Start Search" space at the
bottom type "regedit" (without the quotation marks). This will open the
registry editor.

3. In the left-hand pane, navigate by clicking the little triangles next to
the following folders:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
SOFTWARE
Microsoft
Windows NT
CurrentVersion
ProfileList

You should now have a list of folders all starting with S-1-5- and then a
number.
(You might need to drag the divider between the 2 panes of the window across
so you can read the whole folder name)
Look at the end of each name and you should see one with .bak at the end of
it, and there will be another one above it with exactly the same name but
without .bak at the end.
The one that's got .bak at the end is your old User Profile that Vista has
now made into a backup, and the one without .bak after it is the new empty
User Profile that Vista has created.
Just to check that this is the case, have a look in the right-hand pane for
each of the 2 folders and look at what's written after "ProfileImagePath".
For the folder with .bak at the end it should say C:\Users\ and then your
usual User Account name, and for the one that doesn't have .bak at the end it
should say C:\Users\TEMP.

What you need to do now is to rename the folders in the left-hand pane so
that the one with .bak at the end changes back to being the one containing
your proper User Profile and the new one without .bak at the end becomes the
backup. Do do this follow the next step:

4. Right click on the folder with .bak at the end and then click "rename",
and just change the ".bak" part to ".bk" - i.e. just remove the "a" from the
middle - (this is just to allow you to change the other one to have .bak at
the end). Press enter or click on some blank part of the screen for the
change to take effect.
Then, right click the one that doesn't have .bak at the end and click
"rename". Remove the .bak from the end and press enter or click anywhere on
some blank part of the screen to accept the change.
Then, right click on the one that now has .bk at the end, choose "rename"
and add the "a" back into the middle, so it now has .bak at the end. Press
enter or click on blank park of screen to accept the change.
Close the regedit window.

5. Click the Start Button and then "Restart".
It should work now, otherwise see link below -
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947242

May 21, 2008 | Dell Inspiron Notebook

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File folder?


What you are seeing is the Mac's PROM telling you that it cannot find the "System Folder" The System Folder contains all the components of the operating system itself.
You have an option to boot from the install disks that came with your machine. Boot from the CD/DVD disk by holding down the "C" key. (Usually, this is not required. The Mac is smart enough to look on all connected devices to find a viable System Folder.
Anyway, once you have booted from the CD, you MAY be able to use Apple's "Disk Utility" or, if it's there, "Tech Tool" to repair the laptop's drive.
If you are unable to repair the drive, and, if it's not be physically damaged in some way, you should be able to re-install the OS.
This would be a good time to think about getting an external drive, and a copy of CC Cloner by Mike Bombich, and setting up a backup regimen.
ciao

Dec 16, 2007 | Apple iBook Mac Notebook

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