I got a new hard drive from apple. They have updated to El Capitan. This affects how I restore from time machine? A full restore allows you to copy on the new operating system?
can I use time machine to restore everything, only the data, not the operating system
Why would you go back to a previous operating system when you just got a new hard drive with the new operating system on it?
Tags: Mac OS & System Software
Hello, all. I already use TM to backup TO an external hard drive. But, I have a second DHM I want to use for all of my photos. The HD is listed in preferences on the exclusion list, and I currently have no way to remove it from the exclusions list. It is a Seagate HD. Is any way to remove it from the exclusions list?
Copy all data on it to a different location, choose Utilities in the Finder Go menu, open disk utility and reformat the drive as Mac OS extended.
HP photosmart c 4485 all-in-one stopped printing in color, tried new cartridge, but still the same, uninstalled the thought of hp
Just reinstall, no disc compatible windows 7
You can find the driver for the Photosmart C4485 on the link below. If the color does not continue to print, try the second link for troubleshooting print quality. Let me know if you encounter any problems or the problem persists.
I just bought a MBP of 2013 (MacBookPro) renovated with OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) and want to update my Safari (version 7.0.5) the latest version of Safari. I tried to download Safari from Apple's site, but he said that I would also install the current OSX (10.11 El Capitan) as well. I want my MBP to stay on OSX 10.9 (because it is the last operating system that supports Adobe Creative Suite CS6).
Can someone advise me on where I can download ONLY the last Safari?
You cannot run the last Safari on Mac OS 10.9.
It requires the latest Mac OS (10.11)
You can create a new partition and install the latest OS above and use it.
Then the Mavericks partition boot when you want to use Adobe Creative Suite.
Original title: remove the extra operating system - without a rear-updisc!
I need to remove an additional laptop operating system, but don't have not a disk of re - install the operating system, I don't want.
I bought a laptop with Windows Vista. My father also uses the laptop, but hate Vista, so it has installed an older operating system. Fortunately now he has his own laptop, and I am free to remove the old operating system (it slows things down!). How can I do this without a backup of Windows Vista disk?
Thanks for any advice.
I suggest you go through the steps and check if it helps.
Right click on my computer
(a) click on properties
(b) go to the Advanced tab
(c) click on settings under startup & recovery
(d) change the seconds to display the operating system to 0
(e) to the operating system you want to start the default operating system to help the drop drop-down
(f) click Ok
(g) click on apply
(h) click Ok
I would also ask you to contact the manufacturer of the hardware for the recovery media. You can also check if the system has a recovery partition, and if so, try to access, which will reinstall the original operating system.
I hope this helps.
I'm having a problem with Fusion 3.1 recognizes no not my Virtual Machine copied from time machine. I did what I did and the below error code.
Question: I just installed a new hard drive and performed a clean installation of Fusion 3.1. After that, I used time machine to restore my virtual machine to Windows 7 x 64 at the previous address. I then open vmware fusion and looked for the virtual machine and click Open. The virtual tried to start but I received the following error message:
Could not open the file "/ users / / Documents/Windows 7 x64.vmwarevm/Windows 7 x64.vmdk ': the system cannot find the specified file.
I checked the contents of the package, Windows 7 x64.vmwarevm and the file is there. I don't know why he is not recognized. I have attached a screenshot of the file hard text, text log file and the contents of the package.
Thanks for your help.
WoodyZ - is there a way I can rebuild this section?
If you can find the file "Windows 7 x 64 - s010.vmdk" within the structure of the backup folder Time Machine which is closest to you, you might get lucky, but really all depends on what exactly in this segment of the disc. I use the find command in a Terminal to find this file because I do not think that you will find with Spotlight. If you can find the file "Windows 7 x 64 - s010.vmdk", then in an attempt to at least be able to mount the drive with VMDKMounter in order to try to recover all the data, you can you can always replace the file "Windows 7 x 64 - s010.vmdk" with a segment of fake or another as duplicate file "Windows 7 x 64 - s011.vmdk" and rename it file "Windows 7 x 64 - s010.vmdk. FWIW, it will really depend on exactly what was in the file "Windows 7 x 64 - s010.vmdk" about what you might be able to recover with VMDKMounter or even to start the Virtual Machine. I actually had the results mixed in the past where only data could be retrieved and cases where all data have been recovered and in some of these cases, the Virtual Machine is bootable and in some not so it all comes down to what was in the missing segment.
At this point you have nothing to lose and everything to win then to give a try.
My laptop has a new drive after replacing the damaged original disc. The new drive is detected by the BIOS and the works.
I'm trying to recover the original Vista operating system and drivers with the Sony Vaio recovery CD of for the VGN-NR285E. The recovery discs are looking for a copy of the Vista operating system which I did more. If I ignore this message and try to do a full restore CD spins for a long time and nothing happens.
How to restore the original image of Sony VAIO comes with the recovery on a spare CD when I have no backup?
If you have created a set of recovery software at startup. Press on enter and choose launch VAIO Recovery Center.
Once in Recovery Center choose complete system recovery.
Complete recovery system will build the C partition, create the recovery partition and install the software in the box settings.
I upgraded my computer, adding a second hard disk for a new operating system and kept the old drive as a data disc. I assumed that I could install Firefox on the new disk and import my favorites from the old installation of Mozilla on the old disk. I can't find the files on the old drive with my favorites. They're still here, or when I reinstalled Firefox, I lost everything even if it was on another drive? I can't find the backup on the old disk files and want to restore my old favorites. Is it possible to do this?
You must find your profile folder in the old drive, the way in which must be:
- First display the hidden files and folders:
- Then go to:
- < old drive >: \AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles \Users\ < username >
- Enter in your profile, and then enter the folder bookmarkbackups .
- Copy the latest file from json (backup of bookmarks)
- Then restore from them:
- First display the hidden files and folders:
If I partition my hard drive and I install a new OS (E.g. Ubuntu 14.04) my warranty ends?
No, it will not void the warranty but HP only supports the problems with the original operating system and prove the operation of the equipment of the original OS.
Do the recovery disks and keep them safe before so that you could go back to factory settings if there is no problem of partitioning.
Recovery partition usually works after partitioning, depends on your luck, but you could make the 'Active' Partition in disk management and try for recovery if it works or not.
computer laptop hp - pavilion dv6-7070se entertainment
-windows 7 ultimate x 64
I want to format the hard drive... .and I was wondering if I can both HP_TOOLS & recovery format safely
and please tell me if I can not and why...
for your information: I deleted the windows comes with my laptop and installed windows 8
Please help me as soom as possible...
In this case, you can delete the partitions - as you have already removed the original operating system, you would not be able to create a set of recovery discs from the recovery Partition that you have lost the application Recovery Manager required to create, but you can always order a set of replacement recovery disks using the link below.
If you ever need it, the HP_TOOLS partition can be re-created by downloading and installing the software on the link below.
DP - K
My HARD drive is toast. Can I reuse my key of the Windows operating system to reinstall the same OS on a new HARD drive?
You are allowed to change a hard disk with an OEM license
If you have problems with Activation, which you shouldn't, try this method:
Try this and take the Option phone hang for a real person explain to the:
FAQ of activation to the. link above
1. click on start and in the search for box type: slui.exe 4
2. press enter on your keyboard
3. Select your country.
4. take the phone activation option and brace yourself for a real person. mm
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Is it possible to take it on a hard drive from a Mac 2008 year put in a newer model?
Yes. What model you plan to do this with. Also if the model is equipped with an operating system that is newer than what's on the disc. It will not work.
I want to move my hard drive from a computer with a motherboard dead to a newer machine. The activation process failed. How can I get the operating system XP Professional sp3 reactive? I have the code original and other info.original title: Moving the death machine drive
The activation problem arose because the hardware on your current computer does not match that of the hardware on the machine whose mother is dead.
The best option for the reactivation is to use the telephone line. This, unfortunately, is automated and may refuse to turn on your system; However, don't despair just rest on the line after the automated atcivation crossed its procedure and you will be transferred to a real person. Tell this person you've done, and it should be able to help activate.
See this link from my Web site: http://vistasupport.mvps.org/product_key_already_in_use.htm
This forum post is my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinion or the opinion of Microsoft, its employees or other MVPS.
Have a Dell system, caught a virus and it has really messed up the PC. Recently, it got worse so I tried to reinstall the operating system with the Dell disks. It wouldn't work. So I bought for Windows 7 Professional, it will not be installed. My first question when installing a new operating system isn't automatically wipe the hard disk, create a new partition, and then install the operating system? Because this does the same as the Dell disks, is to take what is on the hard drive and put it in a folder called windows old, is not formatting the HD. When I boot the disk, it shows the installation of files then open windows and start the installation. Before he could finish I get an error missing or corrupted files. Tried several times now, windows will still not open. Any suggestions? Once while trying to install the pc crashed with a blue screen which is one of the reasons why I have reinstall the OS, he started to plant a few times. I don't remember all the details on my PC, but its 4 years, triple core coprocessors, ram 8 GB, 500 GB HD. At the same time just after all this started in Jan. I had also improved my 3 GB to 8 GB memory. I bought the Dell memory for my system. Since the crash, could there be a problem with these new memory chips? Last night I tried to disassemble each and reinstalling it, but that doesn't seem to make a difference. Before I tried to reinstall the operating system, the pc was see the concert 8.
Original title: used to install Windows 7
Disconnect any other (additional) internal hard drives and external USB devices.
Look for any loose hard drive power or cables SATA, graphics card or other power cables.
First run Memtest86 +:
It runs from a floppy disk or CD and should eliminate or confirm if one or more of your memory
sticks are bad or the values of the SPD in the BIOS are correct.
Let it run for as long as you can: 2,4,6,8 or several hours (at least 3 full passes), so no errors at that time then your ram is OK.
Memtest86 + Guide/How To (use the.) ISO to create a bootable CD)
Hard drive test:
If you do not know your readers of the brand and model, try "Speccy",.
It provides information from the computer/system in detail:
OS, CPU, RAM, motherboard, graphics, Hard Drive, optical, Audio, peripherals, network.
Note: Option RAM indicates number of slots, DRAM Timing.
Works your memory speed (frequency). The nominal frequency of your memory.
Test your player - create a Bootable CD:
Ranging from 5 to 25% (depending on the make and model) new hard disks are defective.
Note: Reliability of the drive hard has come the way down over the last 24 months and improved a bit lately according to manufacturing.
Test your drive with the car manufacture utility.
If you have a new hard drive Seagate the very next thing would be to download Seagate Seatools
(bootable CD) and check bad sectors.
SeaTools for information: http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/seatools/
SeaTools for Windows download: http://www.seagate.com/support/internal-hard-drives/enterprise-hard-drives/saturn/seatools-win-master/
SeaTools for DOS download:
For Western Digital readers to download the .iso from WdDiag file: http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=611&sid=30&lang=en
Samsung Estool: http://www.samsung.com/global/business/hdd/support/utilities/ES_Tool.html
Samsung Disk Manager software: http://www.samsung.com/Products/HardDiskDrive/utilities/shdiag.htm
Hitachi Drive Fitness Test Software: http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/download.htm#DFT
Diagnostic tool available for use by customers who believe that having a brand Toshiba Fujitsu hard drive:
Notice of Fujitsu drive management utility: http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/computing/storage/hdd/
Toshiba CD bootable: (BACK Diagnostic Tool version 7.0 for IDE/ATA/SATA hard disks)
Also check Home Edition free Partition Wizard option "Test of disc surface":
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
I can't use my external hard drive from toshiba on computer in the window, but I can use it on apple. Is there someone who can help me solve it I will be grateful for it :)
When it is connected to the PC, it is visible in disk management?
Was this a drive that has been formatted using your Mac with the mac file system? If so it will not turn on the PC, without the use of third party software
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