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If you are trying to boot to a start up disk then you may need to check your bios settings to make sure that the drive you are trying to boot from is 1st in the order. I dont know what computer you have so I can't tell you how to get into your bois but you can try the delete key when the computer boots or may an ALT key. You may even see a quick message on how to get into the setup when your computer boots up.
(NOTE: Use caution when modifying your Bios settings.)
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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1: Download a disk read error repair tool,install this error repair tool.
2: Open disk read error repair tool and scan you computer for free
3: Then click the Repair All Button again and your done! It is very easy to repair disk read error.
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or rather than doing this try the alternative which is windows own repair
click start right click on my computer you should see your drive usually C: select properties click tools check now tick both boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery on any
bad sectors or you could tick one box and wait until its finished then return and tick the other box
then select check now start should schedule this task when restart
do not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input may damage your computer
also download a registry cleaner
JetClean tidies your registry, gets rid of junk files, deletes broken shortcuts, and attempts to give your computer that like-new feel again.
hope this helps
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1)Insert the software and drivers disk into your CD/DVD drive. If an auto play window pops open, select the "Install" option. This will begin the installation wizard automatically. If the auto play option doesn't start, go on to Step 2.
2) Double-click on the computer icon on your desktop or navigate to "My Computer" by opening up the Start menu and selecting "My Computer." A window will pop open. Right-click on the drive were the disc is located, for example DVD Drive (F:). Select the "Install" option to start the installation wizard.
3)Plug your webcam into the desired USB port. If you have not installed the drivers, the device driver wizard will begin searching for the drivers on its own. Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 utilize the plug-and-play option and will automatically find the drivers for you. However, it is recommended to install the drivers from the disc or from the Creative Labs website.
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