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Provide me info regarding your computer
we just have to reseat the HDD and check if it is detected in system setup
if i have info about your system i can provide you best possible support.

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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How to remove DVD/CD drive


Removal of a drive is easy on the bottom of the laptop one or two screws hold the drive in place taking the drive screws will release the drive for desktops open the side of ur PC and some drive screws will be holding the drive in place removing them will let u remove the drive for non-screws tabs hold the drive in place pressing the tab in or out should let u remove the drive

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I need to know the boot order for my lenovo


as long as your main drive (the one with your OS; the C:drive) is the first one you should be okay


it should be something like

C: Drive (Hard drive)
D: Drive (CD drive)
E: Drive (USB drive)
F: Network Boot
G: Drive (Floppy if you have any)

it could be in any order as long as the hard drive is first



hope it helps

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How do I change drive letter for e to c on my local drive


How to change a drive letterTo change an existing drive letter on a drive, on a partition, or on a volume, follow these steps:
  1. Log on as Administrator or as a member of the Administrators group.
  2. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Performance and Maintenance.
  3. Click Administrative Tools, double-click Computer Management, and then clickDisk Management in the left pane.
  4. Right-click the drive, the partition, the logical drive, or the volume that you want to assign a drive letter to, and then click Change Drive Letter and Paths.
  5. Click Change.
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  7. Click Yes when you are prompted to confirm the drive letter change.
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My sx270 has only 20 gb and I have no more space to down load to the c drive I bought a external hard drive but when I download my music to itune it save a file on e drive but it say I running out on c...


If your external hard drive is formatted, open your Explorer or whatever browser you use and move complete folders at a time. If you do that gradually the C drive will ease up and work faster.
When you have moved as much as you want to drive E, use drive E as a large memory bank.
It is possible to put your new drive as a slave in your desktop and move files like that or indeed place the new empty drive into your descktop as drive C, format it and install your system files on it from your system disk. It is also possible to clone the C drive onto your E drive using software available online. When it has cloned the disk check that it all works and then put the new drive as drive C removing the old C drive.
Hope that is not too confusing.

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Low disk space on C drive while lots of disk space on the d drive


Does the D: drive have an Operating System on it?
Can you compress the info on your C: Drive? That would in effect give you more room. Odds are that your D: Drive only has the "Restore" files on it and is best not messed with.

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Want to use Drive D to go onto the internet.


Easiest thing to do.
You can move all the music and videos to Drive D and save all your music and videos to D when you save from the internet. You can do this just by redirecting your save or download to Drive D. If you don't know how to move them to Drive D, all you have to do is just right click, on the folders where your music and videos are, select cut and then navigate to the Drive D. Then right click inside Drive D and select paste. That is all it is to it. If you have more questions just let me know. Hope this helps.



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Windows asking me to format my flash drive


Just format your flash drive! Before you start formatting your flash drive, transfer all data from your flash drive 'cause when you format your flash drive, it will erase all the data. After you have formatted the flash drive, then you can transfer back the data to your flash drive.

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How do i configure my Barracuda7200.10 AS PRIMARY MASTER


When more than one hard drive is installed on a computer system, each drive competes for control of the computer. To allow both drives to work in harmony on the same computer system, the controlling (or startup) drive is designated the master drive and the other drive is designated the slave drive. You can change this designation. The following procedure applies to any PC-compatible computer.
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I have a Maxtor 6Y120Lo internal hard drive which is my "C" drive it is nearly full Can I add another hard drive and double my "C" drive


You can add another hard drive, but it won't double your C drive; it will just show up as another hard drive.

However, using a program like Acronis, you can hook up the 2nd hard drive, make an exact image of your c drive on the new drive, then connect the new drive in the old drive's place and there you have added more space on your c drive as it will automatically become the c drive.

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Hard drives


By D drive, do you mean a CD/DVD sort of drive or do you mean an extra hard drive (like your C drive). If you cant access a CD/DVD drive you either havnt got a disk in or the drive is faulty. If it is a hard drive (if it is new, it is not formatted, if it is old, it is faulty)
If you can see both listed in windows explorer, if you click on D what message do you get?

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