Sounds like you have a messed up install of Easy CD Creator. I've had the same issue when i was running it. the problem is the direct CD that comes with it. it tries to make a CD act like a Floppy Disk. I've heard of issues similar with Nero but I've never had issues. either uninstall and reinstall Easy CD creator or uninstall it and change to Nero software for burning CD's .
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All HD manufactures provide disk uility disks Find what type of hard drive you have and go to their web site download the disk and run it this should include a format uility For a sucure format download AUTOCLAVE burn it to disk and run it this one is slow but will put the hard drive back to a preformatted state
You will need to talk to whoever you got the HD from. It should have come with a format disk since HD have barely changed over the last ten years they can still be setup for just about anything form FAT16 to the latest Mac use. The reason you are having troubles is that the HD doesn't know what format you are giving it. Whenever i have bought a new HD it comes with a disc to format then you are good to use the OS disc to load up it is possible that the recovery disc is setup only for a Toshiba setup HD and not another generic format. you might what to call the toshiba help line (800) 457-7777 that is straight from their website. Best of luck my friend
Hi, Caution: formatting the will lead you to loose all the data on your computer. To format the drive you need to boot from the cdrom/dvd drive to boot from the cdrom/dvd drive you will need to chnage the boot sequence you will need to tap the F2 key at the toshiba logo and here you can change the boot sequence or try tapping the F12 key at the toshiba screen to enter one time boot menu here you can select the drive you want to boot from for one time only and to reinstall windows here is one helpfulll ink http://www.windowsreinstall.com/
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if you have a WIN XP cd you can partition the drive with the start up after you ckick set up win
click F-8 and then install the first win screen you should see will say f to format d to delete partition ckoick the d
then are click the c to create a new partition and then f to format the new partition then load the drive
i think you will have to try to install a fresh copy of windows i suppose you are using Windows Xp, try repairing it but dont press "r" when it tells you that there is windows loaded, press"r" on the second time, this might repair your os, but see that in any case u dont allow the computer to get formatted. if it tells you that the hard disk is corrupted and u need to format it dont format it cause u say that there is important data inside, so remove the hard disk from the computer and connect it to one of your friends computer take out your data and then format the hard disk and reload the software once again
when you say flash do you mean sd card or similar device if so card reader drivers not installed or incorrect drivers or mem card format not recognised...if theres nothing on it you need format it,If it is alredy formated by another device you need to reformat.
in windows it formats as storage disk in cameras they format as dcim
Your BIOS is probably not set to boot from a CD-ROM. Luckily I have the same laptop so if you press and hold the "c" key when it boots up and keep holding it until it beeps at you it will then boot from a cd. You could also press esc and go into the BIOS if you're adventurous.