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Your Chief Financial Officer. They may be involved in some sort of wrongdoing.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jan 16, 2020


Replace the hard drive, re boot holding down the Command and R keys until the screen appears.Select Install from Time Machine and that is all you need to do to recover your data and programmes.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Dec 28, 2019


Possibly incorrect format or the usb socket is not responding.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


Tom,

To be able to play movies stored on a USB device (it doesn´t matter if it's a usb pen, a usb hard drive, etc), you will need two things:

1.- The device where you want to play the movies must support the USB device that you're using (not all USBs are the same, and they can be formatted differently, too). So if when you plug it in, the TV doesn´t recognize it, use a different USB device.

2.- The movies that you put on the USB device must be palyable by your device. ie: your TV, BluRay, etc must be able to decode and play the movie format, and this can be AVI, DIVX, XVID, H624, QT, MKV, etc. Even if your device reproduces DIVX movies, if the movie is encoded in a weird format, it won't be playable. The fastest way to know is trial and error.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Nov 30, 2019


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Hard Computers &... | Answered on Oct 28, 2019


There are different ways to back up iPhone. The common way is utilizing iTunes or iCloud. However, if you need to selectively back up iPhone, try below solution.

Leawo iTransfer is the one you need. As a perfect iOS data management tool which can support all iOS devices, Leawo iTransfer covers all kinds of iOS data like photos, videos, music, SMS, etc. Transferring speed and safety are not the problems you need to worry about, since Leawo iTransfer can perfectly take care of them. Now I am going to show you how to back up iPad to external drive via Leawo iTransfer.

Step 1: Download and install Leawo iTransfer on PC


From https://www.leawo.org/itransfer/, you can simply download Leawo iTransfer. Install it on your computer and launch it. Connect your iPad to your computer with USB cable. Your device will be automatically scanned and all information will show up in the right part of the window.

Step 2: Transfer your photos to your computer via Leawo iTransfer


Choose "iPad > LIBRARY > Camera". Select the photo you want to transfer or click the photos with holding "Ctrl" to multiply select. Then click the arrow icon in the bottom right corner.

Step 3: Transfer your photos to the external hard drive


In the following pop-up dialog, check the box besides "Save to folder". Click "Change" to select where you need to save your photos in your computer. Connect your external hard drive to your computer. Copy the photos you already transferred from iPad to the external hard drive. This is how to back up iPad to external drive via Leawo iTransfer.
You may worry about that your computer is laptop, indeed, you can use iTransfer to realize backing up iPad to laptop without any difficulty.

For more details, check: How to Back up iPad to External Hard Drive on PC and Mac Respectively

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Aug 22, 2019


no PC stated, at all.

we can not guess what computer you have, ok>?

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019


remove battery

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jun 18, 2019


You do need to select the output device before you can copy files, this will be the USB port and the hard drive n it.
Then you can copy files as a copy button appears on the files menu.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


great question , and I have one. (used for special purpose not as a PC at all, , my secret)
well it only has 1 hdd,
so is the boot drive.
and if you format it , the OS is now dead and gone.
so formatting booting it , in the OS is like is like deleting a bicycle while peddling down hill (close Eyes and imagine that)

what the real question is or was or not stated is
how to install windows on this very tiny toy PC?"nano sized)

sure boot the install media, and delete the partitions on the setup page, and then install fresh this unstated OS.

some versions of windows, if in fact it is windows, ? Is it?
(win10 install media , for example)
it will not allow you to do that, booted to media not erased before hand , in this case I use free killdisk.exe (google it) a free APP.
and erase the HDD , then I run smart tests on it ,or look silly when the OS fails to run on any BAD or WEAK HDD.

how to repurpose any old HDd.
we run smart tests on it first. (ask) I use Linux demo media free)
then we erase it with killdisk. (1pass of 0s is good enough)
it is now good to go. (use or sell)
w7 is pretty much max for any EEE BOX. but steps are the same.
but MS does not offer w7 for sale now, nor support it. now.


http://www.pcdied.com/w10/w10%20fresh.html

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


the terse message from CELL phone that it.
asking about complex computer issues.?

P/S = means? what. please or power system.
external Hdd, ,there are so many none stated. at all.
USB is 5vdc and currents can be tool on many PCs and notebooks. no PC stated at all , no HDD ext stated.
good external drives over 500mA drain have a POWER PACK

if not will not run on many laptops etc.

Some HDD need 2 amps to run other 1amp other 500 or as low as 200mA, to run, vast HDD exist and the rules are not the same for every one or maker or model.

personally I use External enclosures that have AC pack. 2.5amps
and will work on ANYTHING made, any PC of any kind and even my TV, The HDD has motor and if the startup current is over what you USB port can deliver (some are 100ma max) then it fails.
and fails hard, even damage the HDD heads.
see the first chart here.

http://www.pcdied.com/external-hdd.html

if the PC only does 100mA, you are doomed, see why?

NO NAS stated or model at all. so no exact answers possible at all. no HDD maker.

Hard Computers &... | Answered on Jun 14, 2019

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