Question about MicroNet Technology Computers & Internet
Forgive me as posted this in incorrect place 1st time
Have a MicroNet 80GB hard drive PHD8072U2F my son gave me and on another older computer had saved some of my files from....anyway cannot get to other computer and the one I am using is another sons and I need some of my documents on this external drive and cannot find a driver for it to download and be able to even use it. Please help, I am fighting to keep my home and the documentation is on this drive and only on it..... One thing I learned is I will do what I wanted to do in the first place and have at least a double back up plan.....sons thought I was over concerned...I know if it can happen it will to me and should have done it but was a financial burden and listened to them. Thanks and God Bless email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lexmark X7350 Scan feature
well you are able to scan multiple documents.. but the file size is more.. the way lexmark software writes the pdf file.. the file will be huge for PDF... but not sure if this is a case with any other all in one manufacturer like HP also... but i would assume it would be the same.. so scan the file to MS WORD or any other application that supports multiple pages... so u have it as one file... but if u want only pdf files, then u have to do a little work around like writing the MS WORD Document to pdf format. If the PDF Writer is not installed with your copy of MSWORD then try any free pdf writer software available on the internet.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
SOURCE: driver problem
I have the following questions to evaluate the problem.
1) What's the port your harddrive supported? Is it standart IDE cable or SATA.
I have a hardrive utility software that can detect and access any type of harddrive but you need install it at running windows.
Please email email@example.com and dont forget to used the subject "Driver Problem" if sound interesting for you.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
SOURCE: Bytecc 2.5 Mobile HDD Hotdrive
You don't need any specific software for Windows 2000 or above - the operating system will have the correct drivers built-in.
It should mount either on FireWire or USB (depends on which version you have - there's also a combo version).
If you're connecting via FireWire, you will need to make sure you are using a powered 6-pin FireWire connection. If your computer only has a 4-pin FireWire port, it won't provide power to the drive, so the drive won't spin up, and the system won't see it.
If you're connecting via USB, make sure you're connected to a USB 2.0 port. If you're connecting to USB 1.1, you need to connect both USB connectors on the supplied USB cable to the PC. One connector is data+power, and the other connector (the one that "branches off") is just power.
Check whether the device appears in Device Manager (hit Windows-Pause, or right-click My Computer go to Properties, Hardware, then click Device Manager).
It should appear as a hard disk drive.
Since your friend was using it on a Mac, it might be formatted as a Mac volume so Windows won't mount it as a drive letter.
Right-click My Computer, go to Manage, then click Disk Management. Either a window will pop up and ask you about initializing the disk, or an additional disk with "Unknown parititon" will appear as Removable Disk. Whatever you do, do not mess with any of the disk blocks with drive letters, especially C: as that's your system drive.
The easier method may simply be to ask your friend for format the disk as FAT32 for you. Then it'll mount in Windows and you can format it as NTFS if you need to.
Posted on May 09, 2008
you have to restore the backup with the same software that made it.
Probably this program is installed in your work pc and not at home.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
I'm pretty sure that your problem isn't in the sticks...If that was your question. google 'HP USB Format' They put out a nifty little tool that works on most USB flash drives.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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