Laptop HP Pavilion 15-199sa: power external HARD drive Question
I think to install an SSD and put the HARD drive in an external enclosure USB 3.0.
However, I noticed that the maximum starting current of the HARD disk existing (a Seagate ST1500LM006HN-M151RAD) is cited as 1000mA, while the available USB 3.0 port output is only 900mA.
Should I take particular notice of the "current maximum spin-up ' or do I have to find another way to feed the external enclosure?
All have experience of moving from a HARD drive in an external enclosure?
Yes mine was 2.5 "internal & put in a usb basket.
very old model notebook too butruns out a usb.2.0 port without problem.
I think you will be fine & find your port can provide 1amp quite easily if necessary.
Usually, all that would happen if port could not feed enough energy would be failure to load the USB device.
The odds are in your favor, just buy a shopping cart 2.5 "usb3.0 of good reputation of quality that will support your large drive
(caddy to take care of 1 or 2 TB is probably more matter than usb3.0, so check caddy spec full power)
Following the Division of the library and the Organization,
I can duplicate the library system on an external hard drive. Then divide the library and erase part of it on my library system and do the same on the library to external hard drive blocking the erased part of the library system. Essentially to save space on my laptop. But I need to have two libraries on my laptop, one with the originals and iCloud services, and the second with "small pictures" listed on the external hard drive. Can I do it? How can I do? ¿Is - it safe on two libraries?
If you want to turn outside your library in a referenced library, with the originals on the external hard drive, you can not do it by duplicating the library if your original library is managed. Does not support photos to transform photos managed in referenced. The only way to make a photo referenced must import it such that referenced.
You can do the following:
- Export all the photo you want to move to a second library to your external drive.
- Then, create an empty library on your internal drive and import the photos exported to this library with the preference "import. Copy items to the library' for disabled people.
- Delete all the photos in your library that you moved to your new library referenced iCloud.
- Keep a backup copy of your original library on your external drive, so that you can revert to the original version, if you made a mistake.
The external hard drive was working ceased to be recognized. I troubleshoot-conducted pilot issues, usb port, System Restore... nothing I've tried has worked. Suggestions?
Thanks for posting your question on the Microsoft community.
I would like to know some information about the problem so that we can help you better.
1. What is the model number of your PC Asus laptop?
2. you made any hardware or software changes on your computer before the show?
Thank you for details on the question and your efforts to resolve.
This problem may occur because of corrupted USB controllers or device drivers.
I would suggest trying the following methods and check if it helps.
Run the hardware and devices Troubleshooter and check. Please follow these steps:
a. press Windows + W keys, type Troubleshooting in the search box and press ENTER.
b. click on 'show all' and then click 'hardware and devices'.
c. click 'Next' and follow the on-screen instructions.
If this does not help, use method 2.
Uninstall and reinstall the USB controllers and check the issue. Please follow these steps:
a. press Windows + X keys and click on Device Manager.
b. develop a 'USB Bus controllers'. Right click on a device, and then click Uninstall. Please repeat this step for each device.
c. once it's done, restart your computer.
All USB controllers will automatically install.
I hope this information helps.
Please let us know if you need more help.
How can I move only my new images on an external hard drive? I have my library of photos copied onto an external hard drive currently and you want to move only new images. The only way I know how is to move my library of photos once again, but then I would have 2 libraries of photos on the hard drive and double images I want.
Also, how can I save my external hard drive to another hard drive external?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am fairly new to back up my photos and tips on a systematic and safe method to save frequently pictures would be great! Thank you
You can "move" and new photos to any photo library - you must use the Photos to import, iCloud library sync them or PowerPhotos to move
How to backup up depends on your backup software - backup TimeMachine to an EHD - you need to remove the form DHM the list excluded in the TM preferences
I have installed a portable external hard drive on my MacPro, but, when I click on the My Passport icon, a message appears saying, "my passport file cannot be opened because you don't have permission to see its content". I am new to all this and would like to know what I would do then so that I could get access to the backups.
Select it, choose get information on the file menu, open the section sharing & permissions and give you access if possible.
I have a pc hp pavilion touch laptop 14, which has been having a defective hard disk that the operating system was not start and the system test indicated that the hard drive contained errors.
I replaced the hard drive with a new one and before installing the hard drive I formatted with a win installation 8.1. I thought the laptop would just start normally to win8, but gave me a screen saying:
boot device not found please install an operating system on drive hard drive (3f0)
The hard drive is new and I did not not how its gives me this error!
In addition, this laptop does not seem to boot from a cd to format!
I found out what was wrong! It was so simple!
I just need to make the boot inherited from the bios, like that he started directly from the hard drive and does not need of any software pre installed HP to start.
Thanks for your help anyway
OS Windows 7 Home. Preload by Toshiba.
Have a Toshiba simpledrive 1 T. When plugged into the USB hardrive are rewritten with shortcuts. Hard drive in Explorer properties shows data from correct volume on the disk, but I don't have access to the drive. Shortcuts anywhere.
Disk formatted with laptop and work very well, but can not eject. Whenever I want to eject the disc, it is being used by another program. Cannot find the program using Xdrive. Once the X drive is off and then turn it back on shortcuts will be displayed again. Do not have the same problem with Xdrive on my PC - OS Win 7 Pro - works fine.
I've updated to Toshiba laptop drivers, Bios etc. Also updated Windows still no go. It must be a problem with laptop, but I seem to not be able to solve it.
Help will be appreciated.
Hmm, try connecting the HARD drive to the computer before booting the operating system Win.
Also, check if the software Xdrive isn't blocked by any other security software (antivirus, firewall tool, etc.).
I also recommend checking the power management of the Win 7 on your laptop. Check if the USP ports are not configured to save energy.
I recently got a new HP Probook and I'm in love! Recently my father has installed a new hard drive faster. We recorded the old hard drive that came the laptop actually itself. I had some thing out there, but now I can't use function keys as well as all software HP shipped with the computer. So, how can I transfer essentially the old hard drive to the new so I can recover my programs?
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (Home Premium 64-bit (a)
Computer: Probook 4530 s A7K5UT #ABA
To address the problem of access keys download and install HP Hotkey support here.
All the latest drivers and software for your model you can download here.
I have a problem to transfer large files (mail.pst - zipped file - 5Gbyte) of the laptop (Dell Latitude D630) on an external hard drive (WD 320 G - FAT 32) where each time, I got the message "there is not enough free space on the disk" although I did successfully drive clean on both sides and there is enough space on both sides (not less than 25 GB).
Also, I did a checkdisk command and he succeeded, and I use Windows XP
I did several tests to resolve and in the end, I found that I convert the format of external hard drive FAT 32 to NTFS, and then I could successfully transfer the file.
I used the following commands:
(1) command line then chkdsk to repair bad sectors
(2) convert the command line to change the format to FAt 32 to NTFS
Note: For Windows xp, "convert" command will not delete the files from the hard drive
My desktop HP Pavilion P7-1074 4.5 years computer dropped last week. Planed to get a replacement on Black Friday or the day after Christmas. But I have to run some programs inside hard drve to the desktop computer. So I have attatched hard disk dive from my desktop to my laptop HP Pavilion 15 USB port with an enclosure.
The laptop would recognize the external hard drive as a SYSTEM (F 62.2 MB of free space of 97.9 MB, OS (GTB-free 1.11 of 1.35 TB and HP_RECOVERY (H 1.33 GB free of 11.0 GB.))) But I couldn't find the program I want to run.
I went into the BIOS to set the boot order to boot from USB first, but I could not get the result I expected. The laptop still start on its own hard drive. I tried all three USB ports, no one works.
Could someone help me please?
Thank you very much!
Welcome to the HP forums! It's a great way to engage, ask questions and find resolutions by working with specialists from the community of HP. I understand that you need assistance with your desktop computer HARD drive that is connected to your laptop via the USB port. I'll be happy to help you with this.
I'm just surprised at the levels of technical knowledge and technical skills that your possession. Hats off to you for this. It was very clever of you! It has been a privilege to have shared this platform with you and work with you.
First of all, programs of a different version or windows session will not work on another computer as it was installed on the computer of origin at this time. It is an installation and application software, to the difference of the data or information that is accessible by any computer when the hard drive is connected. It is because no software installation binds the application of this specific operating system installed on this specific to the time machine.
If the computer does not and the hard drive is accessible, all the content (such as music, photos, videos, and other information are accessible), but the programs have been installed originally are not available and will not work on any other computer when it is connected to the outside.
However, if the hard drive works fine, windows is correctly installed, then the same hard disk can be installed on another PC of office and some of the programs should work ideally.
I hope this helps! Please let me know how it goes. I really hope that the issue is fixed without hassle.
To simply say thank you, please click the "Thumbs Up" button for appreciate my efforts. If it helps, please mark this as "'Solution Accepted". " If you need more assistance let me know and I will gladly do whatever I can to help.
Please take care now and have a wonderful week ahead.
Can I use an external hard drive from 1 to 2 to my laptop? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Yes, you can use an external hard drive on your laptop - just connect via one of the USB ports on your machine, partition and format it in disk management, and you should be ready to go. Here is an article with the steps you can follow to do this:
Hope this helps, and feel free to ask any questions you may have.
See you soon!
Boot Manager Windows coming to the power upward with message: "Windows could not start...". Info: the boot selection failed because a required device is not accessible. "No previous problems with starting, but, yesterday, I hooked up a new external hard drive (WD Passport 1 TB) to back up my entire computer. Everything went well: formatted, partitioned the drive (500 GB), but I clicked on 'active' on one of the menus. Remember that a single partition on a hard disk can be active and in the case of the c: / drive is the default for the MBR location, but this player is also the default location for the operating system (unless otherwise designated). I just didn't know it would be a problem if I did an active partition on another disk entirely. I only have WIN 7 on the machine, but I guess that the BIOS is looking for the operating system on the external hard drive (it will not start if I have the HD Ext. hung or not), is not to find a MBR or a BONE. However, before shutting down the computer yesterday, I created an image of the system disk hard Ext. as that was my intention in the first place. Turned off the computer and it does not restart until today, whereupon no boot, error events began.
Never mind. Finally understood how to get to the boot menu options then to get machine to start from a
"System repair disc" I did on the first pass the machine a couple of years. I thought that the machine should boot from it then in order after that don't is not the start of HD I had designate the CD as a boot device to make it work.
My USB ports do not seem to work properly. I used to be able to plug in my external hard drive and mobile phone to transfer files, but now I can't. In the DEVICE MANAGER of the laptop, nothing seems to be wrong, no red or yellow warning. However, the USB ports DO not seem to power the devices, my cell phone goes into charge mode and my HDD Seagate you can feel it vibrate slightly. There are two USB ports on the left side and one on the right, and all three can not detect devices. Help, please.
HERE IS a GUIDEto solving the problems of USB such as described in the post. See if any of these help. As you have posted in the notebook section, when you do that a single step to cripple, also remove the battery after the computer shuts down, unplug charger, too. Then hold the power button for at least 30 seconds before feeding back.
BTW: have you tried to delete all things under the rubric of the USB in the Device Manager, then reboot to allow Windows to reinstall the USB ports?
HP Pavilion DV7 - 2273cl
No operating system installed
No hard drive located
Here's what's happening this laptop, I bought the other day who has no internal hard drive. How can I boot my laptop without a hard drive? Do I need an internal hard drive using my laptop, or could I just use an external hard drive? I don't think I can get on my hard drive they screw appeared to be hitting something I can get loose but not outside.
AY info would be great thank you
Extremely difficult to boot Windows XP from a disk usb external hard and will be extremely slow to use. Instructions to link here , but it seems to be down at the moment.
Impossible for Vista or Windows 7 that I know.
Screws for the cover of the hard drive come all the way, they stay with the cover, after loosening them that coverage will pop out.
I use a macbook air 2014 model and would like to know if I can boot the mac from an external hard drive rather than the inside. The reason to do this is to save space on the laptop and updates can be installed directly on the external hard drive.
Is this possible? Forgive me, because I'm not that tech savvy. Thank you in advance!
Yes. Install or clone of Mac OS X on it and then select it in the pane of the system preferences Startup disk.
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