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Clean the lense or get a new drive.

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HI I have a desktop with : *MSI Motherboard with Nvidia chipset on it *Intel Core 2 duo *2 GB SDDR2 RAM *500 SEAGATE HDD I created four partitions on the HDD , i had bad sectors on the fourth partition...


Have you considered checking your DVD writer? Also, you might already have a faulty hard disk drive.
You can try any of the following:
1. Double check to see if your Windows 7 installation disk is dirty (clean it using a lint free cloth) or has many scratches. (Your DVD reader/writer would really have a hard time reading scratched disks.)
2. Borrow another DVD-ROM from a friend and use it to install Windows 7 on your computer's C drive.
3. Check to see if ALL cables are properly connected. i.e. SATA, power cables, etc.
4. You could also try to make your 500 GB HDD as a slave drive so that you can backup your files to another media if it works. (Backup to another external hard disk drive, burn it to DVD's, etc.)
5. LISTEN carefully if your hard drive makes unusual noises like unusual clicking, bumping, and/or scratching sound inside your hard disk drive. If it does and as a last resort, replace your hard disk drive.

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Need to make my dvd player multi regional


Not all DVD are multi system. In the US and some countries use NTSC. Other countries use PAL or SECAM. If your DVD has that feature it should be accesible in the menu. You either choose one of the system or use automatic mode which automatically adjust to whatever system it is connected to.

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Not accesible


hi there, i to have an iomega external drive, have you tried to disconnect the cable, i.e.. the usb cord and restarting the computer and pluging in the hard drive itself back into the usb slot.....if yes i am thinking, another thing is, wha operating system are you using, if it is vista and you restarted the computer with it pluged in you must restart it without the iomega plugged into the computer, when an external drive is plugged in and the system resatrts vista recognizes it as an internal drive and tries to reboot from it....i am not sure why vista does this, it happens to me and microsoft says it's a protection thing, from hacker hardware components......so all usb things should be replugged into the computer after vista has started with just the regular things...microphones and such are ok....just things with mass storage are what need to be unplugged and replugged into the computer after reboot....hope this helps....shia

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Compaq 160 gig


as long as you have a compatible cable to connect your drive i suggest an external 2.5 caddy that works usb then any data you have will be accesable

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Copying data to cd/dvd drive


clean your lense if u have warrenty replace yuor dvd rom

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Trying to install xp on this compaq evo n410c. getting hard drive error. it says to make sure its connected or may be damaged . can i easily access internal hard drive to do a visual check. where is it?...


Hi,
On Compaq evos, some hard-drives Are easily accesible underneath via A single-screw flap panel.
On looking at the specs of your machine, i,d suggest that it,s accesible from underneath the keyboard. this involves. removal of battery and ram. ( To avoid Static Damage )
Removal of the Power-Switch Panel. Then you can get access to the keyboard. Keyboard removal And hard drive bay will then be easily accessed. Youe other options are to purchase an external USB Hard-drive, and configure in the bios to be the first or primary boot device.

Mike @ Compurepair.

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I have not a solution but a remedy. If you would like to be able to watch movies while driving, follow these simple instructions. Take out the dvd player, Get one simple toggle switch, install somewhere easily accesible. Now run the parking brake wire from the dvd player to one of the prongs on the switch. Now find a good solid metal ground under the dash, (mounting brace,etc.). Run a wire from this ground to the other prong on the switch. Now reinstall the dvd player, turn on, when blue screen appears, flick the switch, hold for 5 seconds, then flick it back, in a few seconds it should go to the normal screen.

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Herb,

when your system logs on, press F2 to go to set up.

under drives, you'll need to re enable each of your DVD's

happens when memory is changed, since that's where bios resides anywhoo.

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