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The easiest way is to remove the card from your phone and put it into a card reader, either built-in to your computer or attached via USB. Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy files from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files on your computer.
You may have to get a CD/DVD of Vista from your friend or associate for reinstallation of the operating system. If you go to Windows 7 or 8.1 you would be better off than waste time with Vista and all of its problems. If the CD Drive is not working, get an External USB CD/VDV drive from WalMart. They are not expensive and they come in handy at times. Plug the external CD/DVD into a USB port and start up the computer seeking the new device. Run the Software the same as you would from your unstable device.
You must need USB Flashdrive to update it. Please make sure that your USB Flashdrive is bootable. Here's the link on how to make USB Flashdrive bootable: http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/usb-drive-bootable/ After you make your USB FLashdrive bootable, copy that BIOS update folder in your USB flashdrive. Please also rename it in simple words so that you can easily access it using command prompt. And after that make your USB flashdrive as first boot priority. Then save and exit. When the USB flashdrive is now booting. Type this: cd (name of the BIOS Folder) cd DOS FLASH then wait it after it finish. NOTE: Make sure you plugged in your AC adapter.
check all power leads from motherboard to hard drive and all of your cd/dvd drives make sure the connections are good and not faulty and there is no dust built up on them another possible reason could be a memory dump you might be running to many programs at the one time placing to much strain on the CPU also you might not have enough RAM random access memory to check what is running when your computer is running scroll to the bottom toolbar right click select task manager applications and processes if you see something you dont need running select end now to check how much ram you have click start right click on my computer select properties you will see all of your computers detailsanother way to check how much RAM you have click start all programs accessories system tools system imformation all of your computers imformation will be theretry uninstalling a few unnecessary programs then click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/r/f which will scan for and attempt to fix any bad sectors and automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive this will schedule on a restart don't do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any imput may damage your computer then defragment your hard drive another way of running chkdsk click start control panel administrive tools computer management ,disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now click start place a tick two boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in both boxes then select check now start should schedule this task when restart do not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input may damage your computer then defragment your hard drive
the beeps are post during
post the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first
transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off.
that your RAM is securely seated
One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or
to shutdown or fail to detect your hard drive
Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including
the leads from your ((motherboard
to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not
faulty or just replace them they could be faulty
a computer needs its connections to continue its cycle and
to have and end to function obvisously the
beeps are windows searching for some hardware it could be RAM cd/dvd hard drive
or motherboard all of these must have secure connections for the computer to
sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd have
secure make sure the connections and are not faulty even the electrical
extensions or just replace them they could be faulty a computer needs its
connections to continue its cycle and have an end so any faulty leads will end
up with a computer error hope
Do you want to replaced the main HD or add a new one? If you want to replace the main one, buy a Hard drive under 160 gigs. I cant remember but 98 can not deal with a bigger one, you will have to cut it up or Partition it. Partition it down to 20 gig each. Do you have your Org. win 98 install disk? Get a setup program with the HD you buy. That program should let you Partition it and also format it to use with 98 or fat32. Once installed in the computer set the HD to master with switches located on the drive (small jumpers) As it boots up look for press DEL to enter setup. Get into the BIOS program and ck to see it it will locate your new hard drive you might have to set heads and scetors so make a note of the stamped on the drive. Once the BIOS has found the drive it is a matter of format w/ copy the command comm program from win98 you will have to have a good win 98 set up disk. Once you have formated the drive with fat32 and copied commamd.com you will need to install CD/Rom drivers you might have to find a good old win98 starup disk to boot up the cd. you might find a good old floppy with a cd intall on it at a local computer shop. if using an old win98 startup disk you can then put in the cd and at the Prompt type in cd win98 then type in setup and that should be a good start.
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your machine has fan o fans running all times to avoid the CPU from over heating and BURNING, you see how compact it is. consider this. how much heat will come from the CPU, hard drive, GPU, RAM sticks and cd/dvd drive, ahve them all working and not cooling system at all your pc will overheat in less than 20 minutes.
you are probably trying to drag them from a program like windows media player or something. Thats not where your songs are.Yoy have to go to the location of the files on your hard drive, probably my documents/my music and copy them from there