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Indesit WIDL 126 washer/dryer

Don't have a handbook. Need to know how to work built in dryer

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Look at http://www.indesit.co.uk/indesit/productsheet.do?productId=30538UK

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I need handbook for iomega 500 screenplay hd and the remote control


http://www.retrevo.com/support/Iomega-ScreenPlay-HD-500GB-Storage-manual/id/23594ci364/t/2/ download the manual from there

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Hitachi hard drive clicking and not working


1) A harddrive is built in a Clean Room. A room that is 99.9 percent dust free. Technicians going to enter the room have to don suits, and hair guards, plus walk through an Air Corridor.

2) Upon opening a harddrive it's 'Lifecycle' is done. The harddrive is no good now. There is a VERY small time limit to remove wanted personal data.

A) http://computer.howstuffworks.com/hard-disk.htm

B) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=Kcb6a_LJaJQ&NR=1

C) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4qBl8x3tC0

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I have a problem with my laptop Lenovo z565. It is working correctly in general, but if I turn it off, and don't close my laptop, next time I turn it on, the screen stays black even though the sys


Hook a spare monitor to the video output usually on the back, if okay! the LCD screen on the monitor has an intermittent issue, if both show the same symptoms, the problem is in the Video Graphics Card, usually built into the motherboard.

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Yes have a program that monitors Hard Drive Status/System Mechanic Pro,, my hard drive is a SAMSUNG SV 1203N serial # :S01CJ10WB37279 My Drive Attribute status are all good except for the ''...


Drive monitoring software like yours and the SMART monitoring built into many motherboards keep watch on several hard drive parameters. When something goes out of a preset range you get an error message telling you about it. While this doesn't mean your drive is going to fail soon, it's a good idea to back up important data (pictures, documents, etc.) now before something goes wrong and you can't access it.

Actually, backing up is a good idea in any case, but many people don't. Not a good idea when you may have things like family photos stored that can't be replaced. When a hard drive fails, it's expensive and not always successful to try recovering the data.

If you don't already have a system restore disc, this would be a good time to make one. Some computers come with a utility program that lets you make restore discs. You can also use software like Norton Ghost. Then if your hard drive does eventually fail, you'll be able to restore your system after installing a new drive.

You can also get a new drive now before anything goes wrong on the current one. Use Norton Ghost or similar software to copy the drive image to your new one, replace the old one, and you won't have to deal with the headaches of restoring your system after a drive failure.

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Can`t get think pad to boot windows


HELLO...
ACTUALLY ITS BUILT FOR WINDOWS NT
SO TRY INSTALLING THE OLDER VERSION OF XP AND THEN REBOOT IT
IT WILL WORK
THANK U


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Lifeview TV capture card not working poss require driver update


I can not resolve your problem without more information

1. name of computer you're using ( example , dell , gateway , intel , HP ) and the model number
if this is a home built system I will need to know what motherboard it is


2. name of operating system ( example windows xp service pack 3 )

shalom :-)

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Hi whata

Plug the external hard disk into another computer's USB 2.0 port. If the problem follows the device, then there is a failure either of the external hard disk enclosure or of the hard disk (inside the enclosure).

If yours is one that you built yourself, you can remove the hard drive from inside the enclosure and plug it directly into a desktop computer (or another external hard disk enclosure) to see if the problem follows. (If you need help w/ this, just let us know.)

If yours is a pre-built external hard disk (you bought it w/ the hard drive already built-in) then you'll (if you're inclined to do so) need to open the enclosure to get at the hard disk inside. This can be difficult. You may, depending upon the enclosure, need to damage the enclosure to get it opened up.


Please, let us know if this response was helpful for you or, of course, if you have any further questions.

Thank you
BJ

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