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I installed the disk to my computer, but it does not work, first it gets connected then after a few second, it disconnected. Plus, when I click on pc camera, it has 16 small pictures instead of 1 large picture. Would you please help me to fix this problem.

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Have the driver of the web cam installed for the OS of the PC.Once this is done it must detect and work properly.

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Pc does not recognize external drive


External hard drives are plug-and-play devices used to store music, video and data files.

Once the drive is connected, the computer checks its systems for the appropriate drivers, loads them, and the external drive is ready to use. If the computer does not recognize the external drive, plug it into another computer to ensure the drive is not corrupted. If the drive is good, a few simple steps should help re-enable the drive for use.
Switch the power button to "off." Disconnect the power cord from any extension cords or power strip, then re-seat the power cord into the hard drive. Connect the cord directly into an outlet and power up the drive. If the drive is powered and still not working, check the data cable. Power down the hard drive and disconnect the data cable from the computer. Wait 30 seconds to one minute. Reconnect the data cable and power up the drive. If the drive is not detected, power down the hard drive and connect the cable to a different port. Power up the drive. If the drive is detected but not working, check for a missing driver. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Disk Drives." Right-click the yellow exclamation point and install the missing driver. Close the Device Manager. If the drive is detected but not working check to ensure it has an assigned drive letter. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Click on "Disk Management," right-click the external hard drive, click "change drive letter and path," and click "Add." Assign a drive letter. Avoid using A, B or C (C is usually assigned to the computer's internal hard drive). Click "OK" close the window. If the drive is detected but not working, check whether the drive is in sleep mode. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Universal Serial Bus Controllers." Double-click the first instance of "USB Root Hub" or "Root Hub." Check for the hard drive. If the drive is not visible, move to the next instance of "USB Root Hub." Continue checking each instance until the hard drive is located. Once located, click the "Power Management" tab and uncheck the "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power" box, click "OK," then close the Device Manager. Power the computer down, wait 30 seconds to one minute, and power the computer back up to ensure the drive is detected. Hope this helps.
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Imation 1TB USB external Hard Drive .....unrecognized in Windows Both in windows7 and XP.


External hard drives are plug-and-play devices used to store music, video and data files. Once the drive is connected, the computer checks its systems for the appropriate drivers, loads them, and the external drive is ready to use. If the computer does not recognize the external drive, plug it into another computer to ensure the drive is not corrupted. If the drive is good, a few simple steps should help re-enable the drive for use.
Switch the power button to "off." Disconnect the power cord from any extension cords or power strip, then re-seat the power cord into the hard drive. Connect the cord directly into an outlet and power up the drive. If the drive is powered and still not working, check the data cable. Power down the hard drive and disconnect the data cable from the computer. Wait 30 seconds to one minute. Reconnect the data cable and power up the drive. If the drive is not detected, power down the hard drive and connect the cable to a different port. Power up the drive. If the drive is detected but not working, check for a missing driver. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Disk Drives." Right-click the yellow exclamation point and install the missing driver. Close the Device Manager. If the drive is detected but not working check to ensure it has an assigned drive letter. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Click on "Disk Management," right-click the external hard drive, click "change drive letter and path," and click "Add." Assign a drive letter. Avoid using A, B or C (C is usually assigned to the computer's internal hard drive). Click "OK" close the window. If the drive is detected but not working, check whether the drive is in sleep mode. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Universal Serial Bus Controllers." Double-click the first instance of "USB Root Hub" or "Root Hub." Check for the hard drive. If the drive is not visible, move to the next instance of "USB Root Hub." Continue checking each instance until the hard drive is located. Once located, click the "Power Management" tab and uncheck the "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power" box, click "OK," then close the Device Manager. Power the computer down, wait 30 seconds to one minute, and power the computer back up to ensure the drive is detected. Hope this helps.

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My pc is not reading the external drive. My previous shortcut is not responding. I have tried multiple usb connections.


If the computer does not recognize the external drive, plug it into another computer to ensure the drive is not corrupted. If the drive is good, a few simple steps should help re-enable the drive for use.
Switch the power button to "off." Disconnect the power cord from any extension cords or power strip, then re-seat the power cord into the hard drive. Connect the cord directly into an outlet and power up the drive. If the drive is powered and still not working, check the data cable. Power down the hard drive and disconnect the data cable from the computer. Wait 30 seconds to one minute. Reconnect the data cable and power up the drive. If the drive is not detected, power down the hard drive and connect the cable to a different port. Power up the drive. If the drive is detected but not working, check for a missing driver. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Disk Drives." Right-click the yellow exclamation point and install the missing driver. Close the Device Manager. If the drive is detected but not working check to ensure it has an assigned drive letter. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Click on "Disk Management," right-click the external hard drive, click "change drive letter and path," and click "Add." Assign a drive letter. Avoid using A, B or C (C is usually assigned to the computer's internal hard drive). Click "OK" close the window. If the drive is detected but not working, check whether the drive is in sleep mode. Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer. Click the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested. Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Universal Serial Bus Controllers." Double-click the first instance of "USB Root Hub" or "Root Hub." Check for the hard drive. If the drive is not visible, move to the next instance of "USB Root Hub." Continue checking each instance until the hard drive is located. Once located, click the "Power Management" tab and uncheck the "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power" box, click "OK," then close the Device Manager. Power the computer down, wait 30 seconds to one minute, and power the computer back up to ensure the drive is detected. Hope this helps.
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Dec 16, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Dane elec portable hard drive not recognised by win 7 pc


External hard drives are plug-and-play devices used to store music, video and data files. Once the drive is connected, the computer checks its systems for the appropriate drivers, loads them, and the external drive is ready to use.


If the computer does not recognize the external drive, plug it into another computer to ensure the drive is not corrupted.

If the drive is good, a few simple steps should help re-enable the drive for use.


Switch the power button to "off."

Disconnect the power cord from any extension cords or power strip, then re-seat the power cord into the hard drive.


Connect the cord directly into an outlet and power up the drive.

If the drive is powered and still not working, check the data cable.


Power down the hard drive and disconnect the data cable from the computer.

Wait 30 seconds to one minute.


Reconnect the data cable and power up the drive.

If the drive is not detected, power down the hard drive and connect the cable to a different port.

Power up the drive.

If the drive is detected but not working, check for a missing driver.


Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage."

Enter your administrator password if requested.

Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Disk Drives."


Right-click the yellow exclamation point and install the missing driver. Close the Device Manager.

If the drive is detected but not working check to ensure it has an assigned drive letter.


Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer. Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer.


Click on the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage." Enter your administrator password if requested.

Click on "Disk Management," right-click the external hard drive, click "change drive letter and path," and click "Add."


Assign a drive letter.

Avoid using A, B or C (C is usually assigned to the computer's internal hard drive). Click "OK" close the window.


If the drive is detected but not working, check whether the drive is in sleep mode.

Disconnect all devices connected by USB cables from the computer.


Reconnect the drive's data and USB power cables directly into the computer.

Click the "Start" button, right-click "Computer" and select "Manage."

Enter your administrator password if requested.


Select "Device Manager" and double-click "Universal Serial Bus Controllers."

Double-click the first instance of "USB Root Hub" or "Root Hub."

Check for the hard drive.


If the drive is not visible, move to the next instance of "USB Root Hub."

Continue checking each instance until the hard drive is located.


Once located, click the "Power Management" tab and uncheck the "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power" box, click "OK," then close the Device Manager.


Power the computer down, wait 30 seconds to one minute, and power the computer back up to ensure the drive is detected.


Hope this helps

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Computer is not recognizing that I have a disk drive, disk driver is not working


try to reinstall the driver of your disk drive. go to my computer then right click go to computer properties then click hardware and click device manager after that try to locate your disk drive and right click on your disk drive and click uninstall..
when you finish uninstalling your disk drive restart your pc..then it should install your disk dive automatically..
other option:
remove your diskdrive on your laptop and after a few seconds put it back again..

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Sony Walkman NWZ-E438F connects & disconnects itself from USB


I suggest that you uninstall and reinstall the USB Driver to resolve the issue.
Follow these steps to uninstall the driver and confirm the player is recognized properly.
IMPORTANT:
  • This procedure must be performed while logged in as Administrator or to an account with Administrator rights.
  • If you are using the Windows® XP operating system, you must have Service Pack 2 or later installed.
  1. Click Start and then click Control Panel .
  2. In the Control Panel window, click Performance and Maintenance .
  3. In the Performance and Maintenance window, click System .
  4. In the System Properties window, click the Hardware tab.
  5. On the Hardware tab, under Device Manager , click the Device Manager button.
  6. In the Device Manager window, click the plus (+) sign in front of Disk drives .
  7. Click to select the Sony USB device .
  8. From the menu, click Action and then click Uninstall .
  9. In the Confirm Device Removal box, click OK .
  10. Disconnect the portable player from the computer.
  11. In the System Settings Change box, click Yes.
After that, restart the computer and reconnect the Player to resolve the issue. USB Drivers are generic to the Operating System and will reinstall automatically after restarting the computer. I hope it works.

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Unit doesn't link with pc


1. Connect your ML648B to your computer with Windows XP or later.
2. By default your computer will recognize ML648B as GPX MTP Device. (Wait for few seconds to a minute allowing your Windows computer to recognize and install necessary drivers for the device for first time as MTP Device.)
3. Press the POWER button from top of your ML648B, to change it to USB mode connection. You will also see USB on the screen of ML648B. (Wait for few seconds to a minute allowing your Windows computer to recognize and install necessary drivers for the device for first time as USB device.)
4. ML648B will now mount 2 drives, one as Tools (as CD-Drive) and second as Removable Disk (Drive) – under My Computer on your Windows Desktop.
5. Double click & open Tools, and run Setup.exe to start installing Video Conversion Software tool.
6. Select defaults options and finish the installation by clicking on Close or Finish.
7. If asked, click on Continue Anyway on Windows XP or Install this driver software anyway on Windows Vista.

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Need help hooking up my canon MP 240 tp my pc.My pc detectsthe printer then says no printer detected.


You need to install your printer first.

If you already have installed your printer, do this:

disconnect printer from computer
cancel documents in queue
if using a straight USB connection, delete all instances of printer. else remove duplicate printer icons.
reboot & reconnect printer (swap cables if not detected)

If you don't have installed your printer do this:

Get your printer software from: www.canon.com

USB printers (Windows 98, Me, 2000, and XP only)
  1. Make sure that the USB cable is unplugged from your computer and your printer. USB devices work differently from older devices and usually need to have the drivers installed before you connect the device.

  2. If you have an installation disk, insert it into the drive. If there is an installer provided, it should run or be executed here. Follow its instructions, and it should take care of installing your printer in a few moments.

  3. If you don't have an installation program, plug the USB cable into your computer and your printer. This should trigger the Add New Hardware Wizard.

  4. Click Next, and then select Search for the best driver for your device. Click Next.

  5. Uncheck all options except Specify a Location. Click Browse. Browse to the disk, CD, or directory where your printer drivers are located. Click OK, and then click Next twice. Note: You can download some drivers from the web. Consult the web site of your printer's manufacturer, or see Where can I find driver updates for my Windows computer?
  6. When all the files are copied, click Finish.

  7. Turn on your printer. Windows should detect the printer's presence and finish the installation. If the option to print a test page is offered, do so. This will confirm the installation. Click Finish.

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Problems connecting to internet with Vista


OPEN YOUR INTERNET PAGE AT THE TOP TOOLS THEN CONNECTIONS
CLICK LAN SETTINGS make sure you have it checked to automatically detect settings
then click setup follow instructions
restart system

second option
If you have the internet icon on your taskbar right click then click wireless connections see if any show if so highlight and click connect
if none show on left side of same page click refresh network list you may need to do this a few times then when you see a connection highlight click connect
let me know if these solutions help
THANK YOU


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