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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I thought I found the instruction manual for you on Brother's website, but instead of it being instructions it was the service manual. I had one of nifty typewriters in the early 90's that a friend gave to me, until my ex-boss decided to keep it after I left.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
You have a corrupt registry.
You can do a Windows repair (the easy way to solve this)
Or, you can do it the hard way.
Try the easy way first: Boot from your recovery disk and see if it will let you do a "repair." If not, get back online and I'll post the directions for doing it the long, hard way. But it works.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Firstly remove the external drive. If that works, great! Otherwise continue.
If that didn't work, then you'll need to figure out a bit more. When you go into safe-mode windows will list off each file as it loads it. Note the file it crashes on! Insert your XP disk and run the recovery console. From here on, simply copy the file you need to your hard drive, example:
If the system crashed on (fake file): C:\WINDOWS\this.is.important
Then run a command like:
copy this.is.important C:\WINDOWS\this.is.important
You may need to remove the file beforehand using the 'delete' command:
If none of these options work, or you don't want to fiddle with the command line, try a professional computer repair service!
Posted on May 21, 2009
If you have the ability and space then recover any files that you can
use the RUN option from the start menu
now type in "cmd" then ENTER
Now in the black box that appears type "chkdsk x: /f /r" and press ENTER
The "x" is the drive letter of the drive you wish to check
It may take some time but this will try fix any errors it comes acrosss and you may have to re-start to complete the task.
Now remove any more files that you can.
Use the RUN command again but this time type "compmgmt.msc"
Select Disk management
Make sure you freeagent is listed here.
Right click and select "Format"
Select NTFS as the file system
Do not tic any other boxes
When it is done you can move the files back to this drive.
It is quite possible you hit the limits of the FAT32 file system which would have caused the types of error you saw.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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