DPW Nook HD XP driver failure +.
Dear Sirs: I bought a Tablet Barnes Noble, hoping that it would be useful for my wife. It's a HD + she hoped to use to play the old time radio shows that we purchased in MP3 format. She also hopes to use it to view PDFs of knitting patterns and instructions for sewing patterns. However, our XP computer cannot transfer files to it. I downloaded the program from PSG and XP now recognizes that a corner is attached to the USB port when I look at the devices in my computer. But I get a message that it is locked when I try to paste the files or directories to it. I updated Windows Media Player version 11 and Media Player sees it as a Gadget of file-CD. Media Player can play both old radio shows in MP3 format, but it can not synchronize with the Nook. XP tells me that a material of the PSG has been found but when I say that it automatically install and I said that he can use the internet to find the files, XP is unable to find the software for it. I am up * Creek without a paddle?
I suggest a work around for this problem. You can copy the files and folders you want to display in the CORNER shelf on a hard drive external or USB flash drive, and then try to connect this device in the CORNER and check if it works.
To get help, you can also publish the application in the NOOK support forums.
I hope this helps. If you have any other queries/issues related to Windows, write us and we will be happy to help you further.
Yes, I considered getting the SD card can be used by the Nook for memory expansion and copy the files to my computer.
I called Barnes + Noble support and they have informed me that for now, the Nook HD + is not compatible with XP. They said that they can be updated so it will be compatible in the future. They said I need to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Fortunately, I have a computer that is running Windows 7. I'm not completely done to build, but I hooked the Nook to she and I managed to copy and paste the old mp3 radio programs the time and some PDFs for the knitting Nook. My wife is very happy now.
I recently tried to upgrade to el capitan in yosemite. He failed during the installation process, and now, whenever I boot my mac need me in disk utility. I can't erase, restore, Mount/unmount my osx partition. I took it to the store, they checked, and it was the hard drive failure. IM wondering how I can run windows on it. I can boot into window normally and everthing worked.
MacBook pro early 2011
Windows is located on its own partition, and if your Mac partition is damaged in any way it is not part of the windows installation.
If an authorized service apple tells you to replace the drive, you will need to back up your windows partition with something else than Time Machine, if it's not an a separate physical disk.
Hello! I wonder if someone can help me.
Start the computer, the other day the S.M.A.R.T diagnostic program came suddenly on saying a "hard drive failure may be imminent," when I open the Intel Matrix Storage console, it says that the hard drive in port 0 has had a S.M.A.R.T event recorded against him but that of port. 2 is 'normal '.
Port 0 is the volume of the operating system on it and if so what would be the best way to back up the disk and what someone knows how to change the hard drive and how much approximately would this cost?
Thanks for any help inadvance.
In my opinion, you should back up all the data as quickly as possible. In the worst case you could HARD drive might completely die and then you are not able to save the data on it.
After that you should swap the HARD drive. It s depending on the model of HARD drive you buy how much it will cost but drives hard are not so dear to our days. I think that it will be possible to get one for 50 Euros.
My iMac has been freezing a few days ago. At first I thought it might be a Trojan horse, but I could not detect any. I update my OS to El Capitan, hoping he could solve the problem, but the problem persisted.
I checked the console and I saw this message continues to flow upward
kernel : disk0s2: i/o error.
I heard that this indicates a drive failure. I ran first aid through disk utility, then a test of material using the Apple disc, but nothing was detected.
I hope that it is would be a software issue and not a disk failure. Someone has an idea how to be course and finally fix it?
iMac (21.5 inch, mid 2011)
2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 processor
12 GB DDR3 memory at 1333 MHz
AMD Radeon HD 6770 M 512 MB graphics card
Storage: 164,48 GB free of 829 GB
I should mention that I run windows via bootcamp on the same drive. I haven't experienced the issue on windows, so is it possible that it is not a hardware problem?
Hello people of the community.
Recently, I get a message indicating an imminent hard drive failure during startup. I just wanted to know how I can solve the problem and how to buy a hard drive and the same difficulty. The issue seems to affect the cranking up the speed of the laptop. I would be grateful if you can give an approximate value of your new hard drive and the different options available (eg.1TB, 750GB etc.) for PAVILION g6-1118TX model number. Also suggest would be interesting to buy a new hard drive and move or search for improving the system of newer models.
Waiting for your reply at the earliest.
I'm sorry to say this, but such errors are indicating that the drive is about to fail, then the best option in this case will be to replace it with another unit. If the product is still under warranty, you can contact support, but in case you have no guarantee and you would like a guide to replacing the hard drive you can you take a look at the manual page, user 46:
Compatible spare disks are also.
I hope this helps and good luck!
I use a Toshiba Satellite A210 - 1 4 and think that the hard drive may be showing signs of failure.
_The symptoms are: _
* While the Windows 7 boot frequently stops at 'Starting Windows' screen (before the Windows logo appeared) and all HARD drive activity stops meaning a hard reset is necessary to bring him back.
* When I unplug the power cord on Windows 7, the computer freezes usually with nothing happens and stop any HARD drive activity, once again a hard reset is required to bring back to life.
What are these early signs of HARD drive failure or is there something else wrong?
For me it doesn t look like the HARD drive malfunction if Windows 7 stops when starting or freezes when you unplug the AC adapter
Have you already tried to reinstall the operating system? It could be the software problem.
If you still want to check your drive HARD uses a disk HARD Drive Fitness Test as a diagnostic tool. It s freeware so you can find it if you search on Google.
Drive HARD internal of my HP Pavilion Slimline S5 failed and died recently (bought in 2011). My HP warranty is long gone.
The splash screen has shown this message:
1720-SMART hard detects an imminent failure
Due to lack of player: SATA0
Failed attributes: # 05
I have several questions about this:
- Is it only caused by HARD drive failure? I want to replace it myself, but I don't really know if there are other parts to replace. Or it will be better to bring it to the computer shop to do carefully check?
- I can replace it with Seagate Barracuda 3.5 "(7200 RPM, 1 TB, SATA 3 or 6)? I think that the current HARD drive is Hitachi.
- I still need to transfer Windows OEM once the HARD drive is replaced?
Thanks in advance.
According to the packing of the Seagate, it might come with the software. But if it is OEM drive then found the software by clicking HERE. In general, I use a USB adapter for hard drive to clone if the PC will not support an additional drive. Given that a number of incomplete model for the PC, it is difficult to find accurate info, but the Pavilion Slimline S5 I checked all have a motherboard with additional SATA ports. Just have a spare SATA cable and power on the power port and try the cloning software. Make sure that the drive is not touch a conductive element. Usually, I place the additional reader on a cardboard box.
Install the new drive as a replacement for the existing drive and connect everything as it is now. Then connect the old drive in the manner discussed. Boot from the CD created with cloning tools. If the old drive is cloned stll, then when the software is finished, remove the old drive connections to see if the drive can start the computer. If this is not successful, try to run the recovery screen (F11) BIOS boot manager. If that does not work, use the Recovery DVD set brand when the computer was new. If you did this, or lost them, then see THATto order a series.
I tried to install Win XP SP2 on my laptop Satellite A200 (PSAE6)
I found all the functional drivers sound card driver. I try pilots official homepage of Toshiba for XP, RealTek drivers, Intel - I installed Microsoft HotFixies for the audio HD support (KB888111 and 835221 KB) but the drivers have the same problem when installing.
Something like: "Installig Realtek HD driver failure.
Can someone help me please? IM unhappy with Vista operating system.
Thanks for all tips.
Install all drivers XP as mentioned in the Toshiba installation instructions txt file.
Before you install the Realtek audio driver you must upgrade the XP to the last State and need to install KB888111 and KB835221 patches.
Then download the audio driver High Definition Audio Codecs from realtek page
http://www.Realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?langid=1&PNid=8&PFID=14&level=3 & Conn = 2
Suddenly my laptop started to show me "hard drive failure warnings" and honestly, I have no idea what it takes to this topic please someone can help me.
Symptom: The PredictFailure flag is set on the disk
Cause: A logical disk has the failure to predict SMART bit set.
Details: This disc is facing a problem and predicted that the drive will fail
Cause: A device reported 'Not OK' status.
Details: The device, hard drive, reports a value of bad condition. This device won't be available until the problem is resolved. The Plug and Play ID for this device is \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0.
My advice is to make data backup and contact the nearest Toshiba service as soon as possible. They can help you with it. Warranty is valid also if they want to replace the HARD drive it will be free of charge.
I have an old L655D-011 of 6 months and yesterday it started to appear with the message to back up my files because there is a problem with my HARD drive. Well, after having a technical support in the past, I don't give that easily and simply run my laptop to the nearest authorized service center. Instead, I help out.
I did the BIOS update finally. No change in question.
Finally had time to create a recovery media. No problem with that at all.
I reformatted. No change in question.
Checked the health monitor. It shows that my HARD drive is "good". Yet, when I double-click the icon, I get a pop - up with the following message:
"Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert."
Your HARD drive is SMART failure to predict which monitors the status of operation of the HARD drive. Your HARD drive is facing a problem and CHIP controlling the software predicts that the HARD drive will fail. Toshiba strongly recommends that you create a back-up to the date of your HARD drive. Contact an authorized service provider to check your drive and buy a new replacement if necessary. »
So, after that I decided to run a CHKDSK /f /r. Result: 'windows replaced bad clusters in file name \hiberfil.sys 44990.'
I should be good to go, right? N ° same problem with the precaution of backing up my files.
But this isn't good, is it? If my HARD drive is about to fail why monitor health show that everything is "good"? There is no problem with gel, pxe.boot errors, rattling disc, unusual vibrations or read/write failures.
So, my questions (after all the above and see other threads to ask questions about HARD drive failure messages) are: were there any known issues where the SMART software does not work correctly? Are failure drives hard all from the same manufacturer (I've seen this happen - get a bad batch of a single manufacturer HARD drive)? The health monitor working correctly?
In my opinion your questions cannot be answered simply.
> Are there any known issues where the SMART software does not work correctly?
How many people must confirm that they have the same problem? I guess this happens from time to time, but you cannot say that this problem is known.
You will always find people who noticed the same issue and not on Toshiba forum only, but on all the forums where people discuss cell phones in general.
> Is the disk failure hard all from the same manufacturer (I've seen this happen - get a bad batch of a single manufacturer HARD drive)?
How to check or confirm this?
You know, during the first backup all your important data, watch carefully what happens the next few days. If the info appears again and again, contact the nearest service Toshiba and let them Exchange the HARD drive.
The guarantee is valid and it will be free of charge.
I have a Satellite L300 age of 4 years (under Vista) who is suddenly suspended frequently.
A bit of investigation leads me to think that it is a hard drive failure.
Basically, chkdsk/r crashes at step 4. Disk defragmentation also blocks.
I can start safe mode, and it seems to work ok.
Is not an expert, could someone tell me if I jump to the wrong conclusion?
Y at - it a diagnostic tool to specific hard drive from Toshiba that I could use?
If the standard duration for these hard drives 4 years?
Finally, when a hard drive crashes, it's just the specific physical areas that are illegible? or will it progessively spread and worsen very quickly?
And I have everything backed up if not concerned about data loss but I was wondering about the short-term future.
Thank you for any advice and provided thoughts.
> Is there a diagnostic tool to specific hard drive from Toshiba that I could use?
You can use another tool of diagnosis of HARD disk as disk HARD Drive Fitness Test.
This freeware tool that allows you to scan the HARD drive.
This software creates a diagnostic boot disk and you will need to boot from this drive to run the test.
> Finally, when a hard drive fails, is it only specific physical areas that are illegible? or will gradually expand and worsen very quickly?
HARD drive problems are always difficult.
In most cases if the HARD drive crashes, you will be able to access files stored on the HARD drive.
But different COMPUTER experts would still be able to recover files lost with special tools. But in most cases, these rescue operations are expensive and cost a lot of money.
My iMac has been terribly slow recently. 27 "late 2009. Intel i7 8GM RAM 1 TB drive. I was doing the seemings beach ball every few minutes. I ran an EtreCheck and that's what it produces:
For me, obviously the entrance of the inability to drive. At this point, I have to replace the hard drive?
Thank you in advance.
EtreCheck version: 2.7.6 (236)
Report generated 2016-01-20 23:31:45
Download EtreCheck from http://etrecheck.com
Click the [Support] links to help with non-Apple products.
Click [details] for more information on this line.
Click on the link [check files] help with unknown files.
Beachball appears every few minutes. Usually, for 30 seconds or more at the time.
iMac (27-inch, late 2009)
iMac - model: iMac11, 1
1 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU: 4 strands
8 GB of RAM expandable - [Instructions]
OK 2 GB DDR3 1067 MHz
OK 2 GB DDR3 1067 MHz
OK 2 GB DDR3 1067 MHz
OK 2 GB DDR3 1067 MHz
Bluetooth: Old - transfer/Airdrop2 not supported
Wireless: en1: 802.11 a/b/g/n
ATI Radeon HD 4850 - VRAM: 512 MB
iMac 2560 x 1440
OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 (15 d 21) - since startup time: less than an hour
ST31000528ASQ disk0: (1 TB) (rotation)
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Macintosh HD (disk0s2) /: 965,72 go-go (761,95 free) - 15 errors
[recovery] recovery: 650 MB
BOOTCAMP (disk0s4) / Volumes/BOOTCAMP: 33,63 (GB 33,61 free)
OPTIARC DVD RW AD - 5680H)
Computer, Inc. Apple IR receiver.
Built-in ISight from Apple Inc..
Card reader Apple
Apple Inc. BRCM2046 hub.
Apple Inc. Bluetooth USB host controller.
Mac App Store and identified developers
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CleanMyMac 3 Menu UNKNOWN (missing value)
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Unity Web Player: Version: UnityPlayer version 3.5.6f4 - 10.6 SDK [Support]
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Time Machine not configured!
677 MB kernel_task
426 MB Google Chrome Helper (4)
262 MB mds_stores
Systemstatsd 188 MB
180 MB Google Chrome
3.28 GB of free RAM
used 4.71 GB RAM (3.17 GB being cached)
Used Swap 0 B
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I only noticed this problem after I upgraded to El Capitan, this is why I placed it in this area. I apologize if this is in the wrong place.
Model: HP Pavilion Notebook PC g6
PROD ID: LN220EA #ABV
Warranty start date: 27/05/2011
Smart Check: FAILURE
FAILURE ID: 9C1G7F-5LK7KD-XD015G - 608L 03
Hard drive 1
Test drive: FAILURE
What is my problem?
Whenever you get an error message with 24 characters alphanumeric numbers indicating that the hard drive needs to be replaced to solve the problem
Could be due to the Application or a driver conflict, virus issues, corruptions of files due to incompatible applications, improper stops, update failures due to conflicts, mounted sudden power sudden, so portable falls etc...
HP will offer a replacement HDD if the laptop warranty is Active, otherwise you can buy a SATA hard drive in a nearby retail store
Please make sure that you get at least equal as long as the original one in order to use recovery disks. If you need you can buy a bigger, but not smaller hard drive capacity. For example, if you have a 500 GB hard drive you can improve it to 750 GB hard drive, but not 320 GB hard drive
Please try the troubleshooting below indicated once the steps:
Step 01. Remove the battery and unplug the power adapter AC.
Step 02. Press and hold the power button for more than 30 seconds
Step 03. Plug the AC power adapter / (leave the battery for now)
Step 04. Press the power button and check if the unit is operating normally
If the steps listed above is not enough, then you can try reinstalling the hard disk on your laptop
If the problem persists again please contact HP if your HP laptop is under warranty, HP could replace the hard drive and provide recovery media to restore the operating system to factory after the replacement (if you have not yet created recovery disks/USB support)
Note: Back up all personal data on an external drive if possible. Otherwise, you can connect the HDD defective via SATA Adapter USB with another PC or a PC even after replacing the HARD drive & put in place of the operating system and try to copy / retrieve files.
Please click on the link in order to identify, prevent, diagnose & recover against any failure to drive on HP Portable Hard Drives & Solid State Drives:
Please check your warranty for laptop to check the status and order a new hard drive
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Although I am an employee of HP, I speak for myself and not for HP
so I had a play and when I started the game, I was told that my computer will restart, then it started me off in the bios with the message "hard drive failure is imminent. IM wondering if I get another HARD drive I will need to get another copy of windows 10 buy or is there a way I can keep the windows 10 during a maneuver on my HARD drive?
You can simply install the new disk, then start on a key USB W10 and install the operating system without a key, then when you get on the desktop, it should activate.
Or clone the old disk to a usning new Macrium reflect free, then install the new disk, but if the reader fails it cannot establish so well.
You can make the USB stick using this tool from Microsoft, you will need a 8 GB or more great drive flash usb, or you can make an ISO file and then burn it to DVD.
Hello everyone, I had a HARD drive problem lately, but before moving on to describe my problem, here are the specifications of my laptop:
HP Pavilion dv6 - 3264-ca
AMD Dual-Core 2.2 Ghz processor
6 GB OF RAM
128 MB ATI graphics card
750 GB Toshiba HDD
Windows 7 64 bit
Recently, I had a HARD drive failure very unhappy. The recovery partition is not even load. I tried to boot my laptop with Linux with the HARD drive always attached, and it would not read. I pulled the HARD drive and placed in a box drive HARD and he would not yet be supported on Windows XP or Vista or 7. However, it would read in Windows Device Manager as well as in the BIOS.
I need to extract some data priority there so I managed to recover all my data safe with a data recovery service, but now the drive is rendered useless. I was told a low-level format might be able to help him to be usable again, and if that were to happen, would then disappear the recovery partition in the process.
In addition, I would like to install Windows 7 64 bit on the disk, but the box your laptop came with an installation CD, which is quite frustrating. Is he that sort of HP can let me download Windows 7 through any warranty service?
I have a one year warranty on my laptop.
In closing, I would like to know if I can get back Windows 7 on my HARD drive for free, or if I have to go to buy new Windows 7.
All the tips of your kind people?
Here are two options.
1. if you have (or can borrow) an installation disc Windows 7 at retail which is exactly the same version as your OEM installation - IE if your laptop comes with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit it is the version of exact details you need.
If you do not access to the retail drives, you can create an installation disk yourself - just download good picture disc from the link below and use an app like ImgBurn to burn the ISO correctly on a blank DVD.
Use the disk to perform the installation, enter the activation key is located on the underside of your laptop when asked and once installation is complete, use the 'method of phone", described in detail in the link below to activate the operating system - this method supported by Microsoft and is popular with people who want just a new installation of Windows 7 without additional software load normally delivered with OEM Windows installations.
Additional drivers, you may need can be found here.
2 you can order a set of replacement recovery disks using the link below - these costs about $30 if you live in the United States.
If you have a problem with this link, order them directly from HP.
If you live in the United States, contact HP here.
If you are in another part of the world, begin here.
DP - K
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