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Data storage form

How the data will enter into the disk.

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If you give me a bit more detail about what you're trying to do, I would be happy to help.

I think you are interested in building a form that will add records to a database. Am I correct?

Tell me the language you are using, and the type of db. I know you are interested in SQL, but perhaps you are using Access.

If I guessed you are trying to create a web form that adds records to a database would I be correct?

The more detail you can offer, the more I can be of help.

Best Regards,

airoff (Alan)

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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Can I take the memory card our or erase the memory on the card. I would like to donate this and I want it clean.

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What is a default format>

A plan for the organization and arrangement of a specified production.
The material form or layout of a publication.
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a. The arrangement of data for storage or display.
b. A method for achieving such an arrangement.
tr.v. for·mat·ted, for·mat·ting, for·mats
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They formatted the conference so that each speaker had less than 15 minutes to deliver a paper.
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My tom tom has a flashing x? How can I fix that?

It is possible that the (internal or external SD card) storage holding the map data(base) and/or the navigation software is corrupted.
Have you tried running a (fix) disk utility against your (internal or external) storage disk for the GPS ?
For instance, connect the GPS to your PC (Windows), and select (highlight) the (internal) "disk" on the GPS device. Under File - Properties, go to the Tools (tab) and run the "Error-Checking" option.
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Random Access Memory is a form of memory that can be read without having to begin at the first address, then the second address, then the third, and so on. This is a carryover from when most memory was Serial Access, such as magnetic tape, paper tape, or punched cards. The on-board memory computers use for temporary storage is Random Access Memory, but on chips, instead of a hard disc drive.

Read Only Memory is exactly what the name implies, it can only be read, not written to. A CD-ROM is a form of memory, as is a chip on the motherboard which is used to store instructions for the Central Processor Unit. RAM is your computer's temporary storage space. RAM is really the computer's short-term memory. As such, it remembers everything that the computer needs to process the data into information, such as data that has been entered and software instructions, but only when the computer is on. This means that RAM is an example of volatile storage. When the power is off, the data stored in RAM is cleared out. This is why, in addition to RAM, systems always include nonvolatile storage devices for permanent storage of instructions and data when the computer is powered off. Hard disks provide the greatest nonvolatile storage capacity in the computer system.

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How much i can upgrade my d530 ultra slim desktop RAM and HDD

You can install up to a max 2 GB RAM and can add a 2nd hard disk
See the following Specs for your computer.
dotclear.gif HP Compaq Business d530 Ultra-Slim (Pentium 4 2.8GHz, 256MB RAM, 40GB HDD, XP Pro) Type Personal computer
  • Product Form Factor Ultra-slim desktop
  • Built-in Devices Speaker
  • Width 12.4 in
  • Depth 13.1 in
  • Height 2.8 in
  • Weight 15.4 lbs
  • Color Silver
  • Type Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz
  • Installed Qty 1.0
  • Max processors supported 1.0
Cache Memory
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  • Installed Size 512.0 KB
  • Cache Per Processor 512 KB
  • Chipset type Intel 865G
  • Data bus speed 533.0 MHz
  • Installed Size 256.0 MB / 2.0 GB (max)
  • Technology DDR SDRAM
  • Memory Speed 333.0 MHz
  • Memory Specification Compliance PC2700
  • Form Factor DIMM 184-pin
  • Upgrade Rule Max 2 x 1 GB module
Storage Controller
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  • Controller interface type ATA-100
Storage Controller (2nd)
  • Type 1 x Serial ATA - Integrated
  • (2nd) storage controller interface type Serial ATA-150
  • Floppy drive type None
  • Hard Drive 1.0 x 40.0 GB - Standard - ATA-100 - 7200.0 rpm
  • Hard Drive (2nd) None x None

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Corrupted disk

When a disk says its corrupted or unreadable it can ne 2 things 1.) The disk is physically faulty. or 2.) The file system is corrupted. Well check to se if its the file system by doing this: 1.) Go to Start->Run 2.)Type cmd and press enter 3.) (with the drive plugged in)Type chkdsk f: /f /r and press enter It should attempt to check the file system and fix problems if it can. If the utility doesn't start at all or stops half way and says it cannot continue then the problem might be with the drive itself. In that case you might need to acquire sofware to retrieve the data. GetBack Data NTFS works pretty good. If that is the case, You can always take it to a data recovery expert if the data is very important. And if the problem is with the drive, i would really consider getting another one! Good Luck Regards, Armando

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Missing Outlook Calendar, Contacts, tasks, email after hotsync

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