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I have ran out of memory on D section of my hard drive but have not put any thing on it I thing this could be some thing to do with backing up ? because Ive noticed that when computor has backed up memory...


You are absolutely correct. The D partition in your hard drive is getting full. Delete the old backup files to make more room in the D partition.

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While i am coping file in computer it display a message file intigrity violated and file are not being copied


Each block of data written onto the disk is immediately followed by a few "extra" bytes, namely the CRC ("Cyclic Redundancy Check") bytes. The value of the CRC depends on the data just written.

When reading your data from the disk, the CRC also is read.
A new CRC is calculated from the just-read data.

If the "new" CRC does *NOT* match the "old" CRC, then you have a "file integrity" problem -- either your data was not written correctly, or your data could not be read correctly.

It's a sign that your disk-drive is "dying".
Make a copy of all the other files, and save your pennies, to pay for a new disk-drive.

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I had to replace hard drive in my thinkcenter


Hello,

Chances are when the repairman was installing the hard drive that they accidentally unplugged the floppy drive. You will need to contact the repair guy and have them correct the issue.

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Transfer all files from my old desktop to new laptop


you can do that by following the steps below;
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  1. Step 1 Connect your laptop to your desktop through a home network connection. If you have a home network, you can hook up your laptop to it via an Ethernet cable or a wireless network card. Then, you can set a folder on your desktop computer to be shared across the network. To set a folder as shared in Windows, simply right click on it, select "Sharing and security," select the "Share" tab and check the box labeled "Share this folder on the network." You will then be able to access this folder from your laptop and transfer files to your.hard drive.
  2. Step 2 Purchase a USB jump drive. These handy devices are the size of a key but can store five gigabytes of files or even more, depending on the type of USB jump drive you buy. Insert the USB jump drive into your USB port and your operating system should find it as new hardware. If a window doesn't automatically come up, you can find in your drives under "My Computer." Then, you can click and drag files into it, remove the drive and take it to your desktop computer and access the files there.
  3. Step 3 Put your files onto another external storage device, such a CD, floppy disk or external hard drive. Files are transferable between any computers as long as you can store them on something external, then use that external device to move them to the other computer.
  4. Step 4 Email files to yourself. If you only have a few files that you would like to transfer and don't have any of the equipment used in Steps 1 through 3, send yourself an email with the files attached, access your email from the other computer and download the files to your hard drive.

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Unable to transfer files to sony 4gb pen drive


Restart your PC and try it again or try it on other PCs. If problem persists then pen drive is defective. Return to retailer and ask for a replacement.

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Purchased a 4 gb pny pen today but wont allow me to transfer files to pen.message reads cannot find the specified file. make sure you specify the correct path and file name.any ideas


make sure that pen drive is recognize on your PC. try to check the pen drive's capacity. if you can see 0 bytes. It means that your pen drive is not recognized by the PC

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Error reading from file c;/program files/nero/nero7/core/nero exe. verify that the file exists &tyhat you can access it. same message 3 times ,cd dvd burner not working ,philipsDVD ;RW drive spd3500cc...


HI

Have you move the file or ever tried to delete them.

Have you create new User Profile on Window and paste the Shortcut icon there? Since it may be a reason why you getting the error messages.

So first locate the correct path to the shortcut and then try to open it.

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I am trying to install a WD 250GB Passort V2 External USB 2.0 - 2-50" Portable Hard Drive but unfortunately my Windows XP doesn't want to know it. I have had it just over a week now and when I first...


Did you try a different usb port? is the cable plugged in correctly? check device manager and monitor it once the ext. hdd is plugged and report back with the result plz.

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Backing up a Quicken file


This is probably due to an update. Quicken and quickbooks perform updates in the back ground on a frequent basis. The easiest way to take care of this problem would be to create a directory called backup on the flash drive and instruct quicken to backup to it.

Provided you're using windows XP, click on My Computer, select the icon for your flash drive, F: Right click and create a new folder and name it backup. In quicken when you go to backup, just change where it says F:\ to F:\backup

this should fix your problem. Please email back if you have any problems getting it to work.

Dave

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