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open f10 go to diagnostics 10008 bios code means the hard drive is fried new one for cq 60 160gb hard drive 90 dollars but might as well upgrade 500gb only 115 i would think the cq 56 should be about the same price
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Go to linfoxdomain and find the firmware for your r4 upgrade, it looks like you have not put the right fimware on your card, or you have not opened it before loading it, you have to open it up then put it on your sd card one file at a time, when you open your sd card you should have three or four menus on it, it you have not you have not put them on right.
boot disks allow you to by-pass damaged Windows 2000 operating system
files to get your computer up and running in a solid, stable
configuration. You simply tell the computer to access the Windows 2000
codes necessary for start-up from your floppy disk drive rather than
the hard drive. Creating the set of four boot disks is specific to this
version of the operating system
the Windows 2000 Professional CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
Insert a formatted, blank diskette into the floppy disk drive. Have
three additional formatted, blank diskettes standing by.
"Start" at the bottom left corner of your computer screen to open the
start-up menu. This lists the start-up actions available for Windows
2000. Select "Run." The program then asks you to designate the drive,
program, folder or file you want to open by either typing the
destination or clicking "Browse," to select the destination from the
Windows 2000 directory.
Click the "Browse" button at the bottom of the pop-up window. The PC's hard drive directory window appears.
the computer's hard drive directory and select the CD-ROM drive to
designate it as the destination you want to open. Click "OK" to open
the CD-Rom drive. The folders and files saved on the Windows 2000 CD
now appear in the directory format.
Select the "Bootdisk" folder. A directory of files appears.
the program file "Makeboot.exe," then click "OK" to launch the Windows
2000 boot disk maker program. The program checks that you have a
formatted diskette in the floppy disk drive and then begins to make the
your screen as the process of making the boot disk progresses. The boot
disk for Windows 2000 requires four diskettes. The program cues you to
remove the first diskette and insert the second, and so on until all
four diskettes are created and the boot disk making process is finished.
1. Load File(s) to your USB Flash Drive. (eg.. PFTAUSW-070911U.PGM) 2. Take USB Flash Drive and insert it into Viewsat Ultra USB Port (behind right side door flap) 3. Using remote Hit Menu. Then Go to System Information -> Receiver Upgrade and Hit OK
4. Go to USB and Hit OK. 5. You will now see a list of all the files located on your USB Flash Drive. Find the file you need to load. (eg. PFTAUSW-070911U.PGM) and select it and hit OK.
6. Your Receiver is now being upgraded. 7. It will come up showing you not to power off the unit. 8. Once it has finished the receiver will reboot and you have upgraded your Viewsat Ultra.
You will likely need to restore you iPod to its factory configuration. Dock the iPod (or plug in the cable) and let iTunes mount and sync the device. Once finished, there is an option in iTunes to Restore. Run this, follow the directions. After restoring, allow iTunes to re-sync your media to the device.