How do I get my system to run in the Normal mode so that I can have access to the large amount (about 148 gb) of HD I have available there? Also, my CD ROMs are not being read by my system, although the drivers are there. Can this be related to the first problem? They both occurred at the same time.
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Re: HDD OS IS RUNNING IN RECOVERY MODE
After the you sart the system(immediately after detection of ide drives,and boot from cd rom) keep pressing f8..Then from the list choose normal mode..thats all..and yes your cd rom drive wont work in recovery mode
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Although your systems appears to meet or exceed the minimum system requirements for Pinnacle Studio, in HD 1080 mode, the system can easily be overwhelmed.
In HD mode the demands on the video card increase geometrically.
You don't mention what video card you are using or the amount of dedicated memory that it has. If you are running off a system that uses the main RAM for the monitor's video or an underpowered video card then the system may not run smoothly.
The file is too large meaning that the size of that SINGLE file is too large. Your hard disk is probably formatted to a FAT32 file system, this results in a maximum of 4gb PER FILE maximum transfer. What you could do is archive it into a few parts using winrar and then moving it onto the disk, and when you need the file just extract the archive. Your problem isn't the total free space, it's the size of that file chunk.
I have the same problem too on my 2big form lacie . If I use 2x 1,5 tera disk in "fast mode" or in "big mode" my disk manager only shows 746 gigs available (it should be at least 2,5 terra). If I use "safe mode" so my system can see 1,3 tera available, wich is normal for a raid mirror configuration. I hope to find a solution quickly.
CAUSE: The Windows 32-bit protected-mode cache driver (Vcache) determines the
maximum cache size based on the amount of RAM that is present when
Windows starts. Vcache then reserves enough memory addresses to permit
it to access a cache of the maximum size so that it can increase the
cache to that size if needed. These addresses are allocated in a range
of virtual addresses from 0xC0000000 through 0xFFFFFFFF (3 to 4
gigabytes) known as the system arena.
On computers with large amounts of RAM, the maximum cache size can be
large enough that Vcache consumes all of the addresses in the system
arena, leaving no virtual memory addresses available for other
functions such as opening an MS-DOS prompt (creating a new virtual
WHAT CAN U DO? To work around this problem, use one of the following methods:
Use the MaxFileCache setting in the System.ini file to reduce
the maximum amount of memory that Vcache uses to 512 megabytes (524,288
KB) or less. For additional information about how to use the
MaxFileCache setting, click the article number below to view the
article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
32-Bit File Access Maximum Cache Size
Use the System Configuration utility to limit the amount
of memory that Windows uses to 512 megabytes (MB) or less.For
additional information about how to use the System Configuration
utility, click the article number below to view the article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:
System Configuration Utility Advanced Troubleshooting Settings
Reduce the amount of memory that is installed in your computer to 512 MB or less.
If yours is a PC, Windows Vsita 64 bit should recognize 4 GB RAM. Have you tried the 64 bit bootable linux? Try with that. If you see less than 4GB, then you must check your BIOS for some setting which is the setting to share to the graphics memory or some limit.
Sounds like a bunch of malware in your system. See if you can use your system in "safe mode" - F8 key when booting up. If you can, reboot back to normal startup and try a free malware program. Malwarebytes.org is currently one of the best.
With an HDMI cable connected, the cable box determines the picture size. The settings on the cable box must be changed in order for you to get the correct picture size. I have some experience with Motorola cable boxes; usually to access the settings you turn the box OFF and then press the menu or settings button on the box to bring up the display menu. Hope this helps!
Cat this is your earlier problem reworded - I can see now that this is a dual device.
If you can use it that way in Firewire mode leave it at that.
However - is it possible that this is a 'switchable mode device and you have not discovered the secret of how to.
If there is anything like a manual with this check it thoroughly or get into the makers tech support team