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My laptop has a virus but i cant fix it because it has no disc drive

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Take another computer that does have a disk-drive,
and copy the files you need onto a USB memory-stick.

Connect the memory-stick to a USB port on your Sylvania, and read the files.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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I have a laptop gateway computer, the power light is on but everything else is dead, I cannot get the hard drive to eject,all this seem to happen after I got a virus?will this have anything to do with my...


Check all connections mate . Any one of the below could be faulty :-

Power outlet at the wall - try plugging something else into the socket or use a different socket

Are you using any multi-plug adapters? Plug the laptop straight into the mains

Your DC jack may be loose (Where the charger plugs in). This is a common problem and most laptops will get this during their life. Take if to a repair shop to get it fixed. A quick way of checking this is to plug the charger in and wiggle the cord - if the socket where the charger plugs in moves , its a loose jack and it will need to be resoldered.

Dead Battery - Try another battery , or let the battery charge - Try running directly off the mains

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Sooooooo.... Thats is kind of self explanitory. Save to your Hard Drive not your CD drive.

If your trying to Burn a CD then your trying to fit to much data on one disk. CD's hold about 700MB or 80min of music.

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