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The problem i have 2 drives on my pc both play autoload programs both play music but wont show me files that i have put onto a disk i know the disk is good it works fine on my other system. Also everytime i switch on the clock is wrong i have sett correct time zone and sync with windows time so when i turn off time is correct.I am thinking posibly coms battery?
can i test this with a volt meter? if so what volts should i get? If this is the battery could this cause the problems with cd/dvd drive or do i have 2 faults?
I have a sony vios pent.4 w/ 2 drives . when I install a dvd it does not spin nor does it does it say that it sees it. and i played dvds befor what can i do?
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
I think you have a hardware problem and need to seervice the drive, open it up and dust it out. the cmos battery shld give you 3V if its a desktop. you shld try clearing the memory with the jumper on short, then setting the time agian and see how it goes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Ensure that your Tablet PC meets the requirements of the operating system that you plan to install. If you do not know the specifications of your Tablet PC, you can view the system information in the Control Panel or check your Tablet PC's manual.
Create a backup copy of your files. When you install a new operating system, there is a chance that all your data will be lost.
You can create a backup copy on removable media such as a CD or DVD, a network folder or external hard drive.
Insert the operating system CD into the CD drive of your Tablet PC. Depending on the operating system that you are installing, this may launch the installation procedure. If it does not, you can manually launch the installation by navigating to the "Setup" file.
Follow the instructions that appear on your Tablet PC during the setup process. In addition to providing information such as account names and passwords, you may also need to enter a registration key for the operating system.
Ensure that all of your files are still present on your Tablet PC. If any files are missing, use your backup copy to restore them on your Tablet PC.
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