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I need to know how to delete a storage that I created. I created a storage of typing and named it "2" and now I want to delete that whole entire storage 2.

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Hold down delete on the L. side of the keyboard, press 2 then delete again.

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How to partition the HD into two portion with OS windows 8?


Hold the Windows logo key on your keyboard and press "R" (Winkey+R). This will launch the Run the utility. Type "diskmgmt.msc" inside the text box and press Enter. This will open the Windows Disk Management utility. This is where you can format, create, and delete hard drive partitions.
order to create a partition, you need unallocated space. Unallocated space is basically disk space that is not formatted or not prepared for storage. Formatting is the act of preparing a disk space for storage. It similar to building a foundation for a place to be inhabited. Thus, unallocated space is just useless blank space with no "foundation" or format.
To create unallocated space, you need to shrink your hard drive. When you shrink your hard disk, the remaining space becomes unallocated.
To do this, right-click your main drive and select "Shrink Volume."
You will then see the region of unallocated space (shaded black). Remember, this space is not yet usable.
Now you need to create "foundation" or format for the unallocated space. This will allow for the space to become usable.
Right-click the region of unallocated space and select "New Simple Volume."
This will launch the New Simple Volume Wizard. This will guide you through the installation process.
ssign the disk a drive letter. You can choose any drive letter that is not currently in use.
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I can't delete inbox messages in Outlook express. and it's locked up


If you cannot delete email in Outlook Express and the program crashes frequently the problem might be because of corrupt storage folders - typically, the Inbox and the Deleted Items. As you may know, the email program uses the Inbox to store all incoming email, Sent Items for the messages you have sent and Delete Items for the messages that have been discarded. Now if you cannot delete an email in Outlook Express the cause of your troubles might be faultly or corrupt Inbox or Delete Items folders.
Fixing these two folders is not difficult and for that we need to find out where these folders reside on the hard disk. In the Outlook Express program, go to "Tools" -> "Options" and move to the "Maintenance" tab. You'll find a "Store Folder..." button; click on it. This brings up a small window with the path to the storage folders directory. Use the left mouse button and click to select the entire path. Now right-click and choose the "Copy" option. Close the Outlook Express program.
Open the "Run" program from the "Start" menu and paste the full path (CONTROL-V or right-click -> Paste). The Outlook Express storage folders are hidden files. You may need to force Windows to show them. From the top menu, select "Tools" -> "Folder Options" and then from the "View" tab, check "Show Hidden Files and Folders". Now simply select the Deleted Items.dbx file and send it to the recycle bin. Don't worry; Outlook Express will create a new one when you start it again.
If you still cannot delete the email after manually removing the Deleted Items.dbx file, I suggest you do the same for the inbox storage folder. However, deleting that will also remove all of your store email messages. So first select and drag all the messages in a temporary folder (create on the Desktop); you can then drag them back to the inbox when you open Outlook Express again and it creates the inbox afresh.

Dec 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Pabaaar


hello,

Go to "gallery.mobile9.com/c/240-320-mobile-java-games/"
and download games

you should also download the small application that convert the jar file into jad that is called jadmaker, that i use. you can find it here "download.com/JADMaker/3000-2213_4-10725641.html?cdlPid=10725640"

then you open the the jadmaker, then you drag the download games or application into the jadmaker, you'll see that it will create the jad file on the directory.

connect your samsung g400, then select media player from the connection type.

open the folder, then open phone, then create a directory and name it game or you may still let it as new folder, that doesn't matter.

copy the two files, the jar one and the jad one to the new folder you have just created on your phone.

(step 1)

then you press *#6984125*#, then select the internals then press *#9072641*# then select storage settings.

(step 2)

in the storage settings select "1.update media database", after that "2.update java db", then select "7.update app database" and lastly select the "8.create Ax Dat file"

OK....now you'll just done one quarter of the process, i have named step 1 and step 2 because it will be used....OK.

then close that storage settings, by pressing on the cancel button (off one or cancel a call)

then go to "My Files" from "Menu" then go to the end, you'll see a new folder named "new folder", just delete it.

then restart the step 1 and 2

when you've finished, close the storage settings again then restart your mobile, then again restart the step 1 and 2.

when you've finished with it, then go to "my files" then go to "games and more", if you've done it well, you'll see the icon of your games into it...you can start enjoying then.

add 2-3 games dont add more it will not work.

Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

Jul 25, 2010 | Samsung SGH-G400 Cell Phone

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.jar and .jad file can not open? how can i install


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)
In the phone Menu select
'Settings'
Then select
'Phone settings'
Then
'USB settings'
And choose
'Ask on connection'
Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable
On the phone selct
'Media player'
On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'
Open the folder
'Phone'
You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos
Create a new folder and name it
'Games'
Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder
Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game installed will work (Poorly too).
Unplug the phone
Now on the phone dial the code:
*#6984125*#
Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:
*#9072641*#
Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)
Update Java DB (Number 2)

Now on the phone enter the code:
*#6984125*#
Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:
*#9072641*#
Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)

Turn the phone off
Turn it back on
Now on the phone enter the code:
*#6984125*#
Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:
*#9072641*#
Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)

The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.
(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)

May 05, 2010 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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Unable to down lode games from pc to mobile


plz do this
How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

In the phone Menu select
'Settings'

Then select
'Phone settings'

Then
'USB settings'

And choose
'Ask on connection'

Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable

On the phone selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos

Create a new folder and name it
'Games'

Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder

Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game installed will work (Poorly too).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)

Feb 16, 2010 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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How to install new doanloaded game from PC to Samsung Mobile phone (SGH-L700 Model)


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

In the phone Menu select
'Settings'

Then select
'Phone settings'

Then
'USB settings'

And choose
'Ask on connection'

Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable

On the phone selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos

Create a new folder and name it
'Games'

Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder

Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game installed will work (Poorly too).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)

Feb 14, 2010 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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I have download Samsung L700 Supported game or software via net for file type like jar,jad,rar etc. This file copy & paste through samsung pc suite to my mobile phone but mibile says this file un...


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

In the phone Menu select
'Settings'

Then select
'Phone settings'

Then
'USB settings'

And choose
'Ask on connection'

Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable

On the phone selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos

Create a new folder and name it
'Games'

Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder

Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game installed will work (Poorly too).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)

May 23, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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JAR file not supports by the phone


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it
would go on any other OS)

In the phone Menu select
'Settings'

Then select
'Phone settings'

Then
'USB settings'

And choose
'Ask on connection'

Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable

On the phone selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos

Create a new folder and name it
'Games'

Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder

Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly
make sure you have the *.jar and
*.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can
download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly
each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar
and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game
installed will work (Poorly too).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit
repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall
it later you will have to give that game a different folder name
before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that
folder name again even though you've deleted it)

Jan 21, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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Deleted user profile


On the logon screen press ctrl+alt+delete 2 times then log on as administrator. You can then delete the account you do not need and create a new one.

Dec 05, 2008 | HP Compaq d530 PC Desktop

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I have a htc touch phone and i put all my pics on the storage card, and than one day all pics where gone and nowi cant even save my pics to the storage card.. and now there is storage card , and storage...


Why this happens:
If for any reason your phone cannot find the SD card on boot it will create a folder on your Phone's Memory called 'Storage Card' to put the Temp Files, Pictures, Music, etc into. Now as soon as the SD card becomes available, since there is already a folder called 'Storage Card', it is forced to name the "Real" SD Card 'Storage Card 2'.
Solution: Delete the "Storage Card" folder and soft reset. If the phone finds the "Real" SD Card, it will be named 'Storage Card' again. If for some reason it is not found, you might have a corrupt SD Card that needs to be reformatted. This would of course loose all the information on the card, so hopefully this is not the case. Warning: If you have pictures or other files in the 'Storage Card' directory, you will want to move them to 'Storage Card 2' before deleting 'Storage Card'. Use the 'File Explorer' found in your 'Programs' to do this. Good luck!

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