I don't know what is wrong with my computer. I desperately need help. When I'm typing, oft times there are spaces where there aren't supposed to be. When I'm logging on with my password: I hit one key and it looks as if I hit six. Logging on can be a real pain. Another problem: computer scrolls to bottom of page and will not move. If I try to move, the computer just flickers. But it will not move. If I backspace, I will be at the bottom of that page. Same scene.
I have several products on here such as System Mechanic. I can't even use it. When I try to log on, a sign comes up saying it has to close.
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This is a common annoyance some people has encounter after reinstalling Windows.
The problem is that everytime you turn your computer ON, or restart it, you have a list of Windows you can boot from....even though you "know" there is only one.
First of all look into the BOOT.INI file, and make sure you kmow the version that is currently active.
You can safely delete the other two.
Next time you reboot, your computer should start as usual.
To bring up the BOOT.INI
Go to Run, and type CMD, press Enter
at the end of the string type: cd"space".. (two dots)
Keep doing this until you get to C:/
now type BOOT.INI
A notepad document will open, and you'll see all the options you see at boot up.
Just delete the ones you know you don;t need, and save that notepad document.
Restart your pc, and that is all..!!
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Each time you execute finalization, the disc remaining space will decrease by approximately 13 MB. If you don’t have enough room, it won’t allow you to finalize the disc.
To finalize this disc, you have to delete some pictures to make enough space. But don’t worry, before you delete those pictures, you can save them to your computer.
Find out the CDs came with your camera, refer your manual page 51 - 61 to install ‘PIXELA PTP Manager’ , connect your camera and computer with USB cable, and copy some pictures to your computer, then delete the pictures on camera side. If still not enough room, copy more and delete more. make it enough to do the finalization.
Hi there there are many things that could go wrong it is either a usb driver error which would cause a driver conflict and the device not to be recongised or the drive is dead since flash memory has a limited read and write life .To solve this problem you need to try both or one (if one of the solutions work)
(To solve usb driver conflict) try using it on another computer and if it recognises then follow the instructions on here http://www.aeonity.com/trialerror
(To recover files) Try it on another computer if it recognises on the other computer go to start>run and type cmd then type chkdsk(space)(letter of drive with :)(space)/F this should fix the errors on it If it recognises on the otehr computer but files are missing you can recover your data by using recuva (www.recuva.com) just save it, install and open it (it has instructions
unfortunatly u cant expand a hard drives allocated space past its original limitations. your only options are to buy a new 2.5'' hard drive, a external hard drive or a cheap secure digital card. u can pick sd card up for around £4 a 1gb.
look in second hand electrical retailers for cheap options.
the acer aspire's onboard video doesn't have 3D excelleration, and i'm almost sure that they don't support pci express video either, but, i might be wrong, go into your local computer parts supplier, let them know what you have and they will let you know