Need advice on the new hard disk for Satellite A60 302
I want a new hard drive in my laptop (Satellite A60-302) t. This is - http://www.seagate.com/cda/products/discsales/marketing/detail/0, 1596,736,00.html drive, to adapt to the laptop?
Answer to this question can give just anyone who has the same unit and tested it with the same HARD drive. Problem is that there is no exact specification on the latest BIOS updates and no one can say with certainty whether or not he will support.
I have a model of Satellite A100 (PSAA9E)
It used to power up, but I need all the info on the hard drive, which models are compatible (plug-and-play style) so I can buy a 2nd hand laptop and use my old hard drive
(assuming this is possible)
In Satellite A100 a SATA interface HARD drive and if you want to use the data you can simply buy box USB HDD and connect it to any PC or laptop as external device.
So you will have full access to all the data stored there.
My desktop came with Vista Home Premium pre-installed, I paid the extra to receive recovery disks. I upgraded to Windows 7 and I'm sure the disc. My hard drive crashed; If I install a new. Can I use the recovery cd to install windows? And if so, should I start with Vista and then go to 7 or I can just make 7?
You should be able to use the new hard disk recovery disks. Yes, it would be recommended that you start with Windows Vista, first, you do not need to reactivate Windows Vista, just proceed to install Windows 7 on Vista.
You may need to reactivate by phone:
How to activate Windows 7 manually (activate by phone)
1) click Start and in the search for box type: slui.exe 4
(2) press the ENTER"" key.
(3) select your "country" in the list.
(4) choose the option "activate phone".
(5) stay on the phone (do not select/press all options) and wait for a person to help you with the activation.
(6) explain your problem clearly to the support person.
Talk about confusion. Does anyone know how to get a Toshiba C660 work after the HARD drive failed and the owner has stupidly NOT followed the instructions to make a recovery disk. Will be the recovery disk (if buy you one from Toshiba) rebuild the new HARD disk with a new recovery partition and install windows 7 (original OS) and accept the product key printed on the Windows license, attached to the base of the laptop. I have read a number of suggestions, but these have been considered incorrect by others.
Surely, Toshiba must have a way to sort this problem.
They read these messages?
I don't think it's really complicated, that I could find all the information about the recovery procedure in the user's manual
The recovery disk must be created on the first day of purchase its recommended to create one in case something would be wrong with the HARD drive.
The recovery disk contains an image. The image is a package containing Win system, drivers, tools and all the stuff pre-installed on the notebook.
You bought the laptop and the system has already been activated so that you have need of t the key placed at the bottom of the unit.
In addition, the use of the recovery disc formats the drive HARD integer (partitions too) and set the laptop in the same condition as at the first day of the purchase.
There is also another option to recover the notebook called HARD drive recovery. This HARD drive recovery requires no recovery disk. The recovery disc HARD would be to use format ONLY partition C (System).
I need to reinstall Adobe Acrobat 11.0 I bought in 2014. I lost my hard drive and need to install the new hard drive. No idea what I'm doing! Thank you!
This is the file I download - but when I go to the Setup process, I bought for the installation program Adobe Acrocat Pro XI (11.0.07). When I insert my serial number, he wanders as invalid. I am running Win 7 Pro. It worked fine on my old hard drive. I think I maybe win64. Does it matter?
I want to replace the 80 GB HDD of my A100 for something big.
I'm guessing it's a SATA, I'll need?
Nobody knows what is the greatest, my laptop can handle without any performance?
Just to confirm that it is a satellite A100-027
Also, I literally get out the old one, stick in the new and then load Windows XP on it? Is it really as simple as that :/?
Yes, the A100 Equium supports the SATA HDD controller and so you will need a SATA 2.5 HARD disk!
> Also, I literally get out the old one, stick in the new and then load Windows XP on it? Is it really as simple as that :/?
Yes, the upgrade of the HARD drive is not difficult.
In most cases, you will need to remove the HDD from the laptop's HARD drive Bay, then switch the HARD drive bracket to the new HARD drive, then insert the new HARD disc again in Notepad.
That s it.
Recently, the hard drive on my Pavilion dv9700t (p / n: KL086AV) began to fail. So I bought a new hard drive and created the recovery disc (I didn't realize that I had to their creation until now, but I got lucky and my computer handed her long enough to do so).
However, when I installed the new hard drive and tried to launch the recovery discs, I received the message, "this PC is not supported by system recovery disks. You can continue to recover this system with these discs. »
I have vista 32 bit, my old hard drive was 320 GB and a new one, I bought is a Seagate 500 GB.
Through researching this problem, I came across different answers. Some say that the size of the hard drive must be the same, others say recovery discs do not work on a new drive hard unless a special action is taken by a technician, and some say that there is no problem at all.
I can't find any consistent information on this problem. All the tips, I would much appretiate. Thank you in advance!
Sometimes the discs just do not work.
I have not met a problem where if you have a bigger drive they don't work, but if you get a smaller drive as an SSD, so it's almost a sure bet that they do not work.
As I see it, you have two choices: buy a set of HP recovery disks, if they are available and hope they work.
Or if you can read your Vista product key on the sticker COST MS 25 characters on the bottom of your PC, you can make your own Vista installation disc.
If you are in a fault light but rewarding you can do yourself if you can read your product key of Vista on the PC of 25 characters.
You just download the 3 files you need on the link below and read all the instructions to create a Setup bootable DVD disk using imageburn.
Do not take into account the part of the text in the first screen shot about "extract the files in the folder of Vista."
The files were extracted already in this folder when you ran the X14.exe file by reading the text on top of the first screenshot.
The other thing I noticed is on the 4th page, where it shows Developer ID Microsoft Corporation. I had to type Microsoft Corporation in me, and then other codes already filled in.
When I went to compile the ISO file, ImageBurn gave a message on a WIM file, file and ISO, and if I wanted to burn it in a different format.
I selected no, make the ISO file.
It was not so hard to do. I burned both the disk of 64-bit and 32-bit disk in case I ever need them.
I tested both of them one my hp dc7100 CMT desktop PC, worked flawlessly.
When you enter the product key, he knows which version of Vista you have.
After you install Vista successfully, you can then install the drivers for your PC and driver page support.
I need to replace the hard drive in my equium A60-155. I need to know what is compatible with this model and if the brand of the drive is important in compatibility. For example should be a drive hard toshiba or is it possible to others.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You n t need to install a HDD in particular of Toshiba. You can also use disk of another company.
It is important that you use a HARD drive with support for hardware specifications.
I found these useful discussions on the replacement of the HDD on the Satellite and Equium A60:
Satellite A60 is very similar to the A60 Equium and so the two series use the same hard disks
Have a disk hard fatal crash with Dell OEM Windows 7on, so I bought a new hard drive compatible system and have my old system Win 7/recovery of data on a memory stick. It's been years that last I formatted, partitioned and installed an operating system on a new hard drive and I totally forgot how it's done. Vaguely remember some DOS commands were required to work out of BIOS (?). Can anyone list the individual measures to be taken, assuming that the hard drive is physically installed and turned on? It would be a great help!
Unless this stick memory has on her installation files as well, you cannot reinstall win7 on the new hard drive
You will need the DVD / or the ISO of Win7.
And no you do not need BACK. Just the dvd or ISO / to boot from. Then you can format / partition in the configuration screen
I'll have to replace the hard drive of my laptop Satellite A 200 and have only a drive with her recovery. I'll be able to install Vista on a new hard drive for him?
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Of course, you will be able to do.
My hard drive died in my M10 Pro Satellite so I decided to adapt to another.
It fits very well in the caddy, but just does not want to slot into place correctly as something seems to be stopped.
The M10 only accepts a certain brand/model?
Also, nobody knows this as the largest capacity M10 will accept?
Thank you very much.
As much as I know should not be problem at all. Take the old and the new HARD drive and compare the connectors. I hope that they are the same. I can only imagine that the new HD is not placed correctly in the HARD drive bracket. Make sure that the new is placed as an old man after his retirement from the laptop.
As for max capacity of HARD drive, there is no precise information and we can only speculate on this. Try to use the search option on this forum. Maybe someone already talked to upgrade the HDD on Sam/Satellite Pro M10.
The fact is that Satellite Pro comes with 30, 40 and 60 GB hard drives. How many GB does your new HARD drive?
I recently encountered a problem with a HARD disk drive. So I had to replace it with a new one. Fortunately, I managed to recover the data and applications on the original disc.
However when I transferred and installed after Adobe CS5 Design Standard on the new HARD drive it will open all Adobe apps.
He invites a 213.10 error every time. I do not see where to disable or reactivate... Please notify suggested action plan.
Also, I'll be able to successfully access my previous files after the relocation/activation?
Thank you very much
Reinstall correctly. Activation does not work because in the technical sense is not simply there. Screw you them. Run the cleanup tool if necessary and contact support to reset the activations.
has confirmed that my old hard drive on my laptod hp is broken.
new hard drive came - still in packaging.
What should I do next, after the installation of the hard disk that is the easy bit - thankfully I did of the disks when I first bought the old laptop and the windows license number is still visible under the cover of laptop.
I read something about BIOS, but it sounds scary.
go for a drink and the Dutch courage and hope a few simple tips please!
If you have the recovery disks, they should include your operating system (Vista) and all the drivers and programs provided with your computer. He must restore it to the way it was when you bought it originally.
You need to update right after installation (of course).
I need to get windows 7 on my old hard drive and on my new hard drive update. I can't find "media copy" file/folder. I did a windows disc when I arrived as he forced me to do but only loads a 'safe' version of windows on the new hd and wonder for other discs.
Local dealer believes there are 3 back up discs to load up. I tried to save, but it takes more than 7 DVDs and still unfinished when I run out of time. Takes all day to do it. I tried an 'image system' through the windows and that works, but said that the new disk is the same size that the old image of disk system has been removed. Old drive 250 GB I think, new drive is 1 TB. Local dealer said try to reset the computer to the factory and see if "copy media" thread/folder reappears.
Someone at - it ideas please!
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At first, I must say that you must tell us which model of laptop you have exactly.
In general the whole situation is pretty simple. Your laptop came with the version of the OS pre-installed (recovery image). Using preinstalled Toshiba media creator you recovery tool can create bootable recovery (DVD or USB) media that you can use for the installation of recovery.
After HDD just change boot image recovery this recovery media created facility.
To be honest I do not understand your ad and you wrote all this has created media.
I have a toshiba satellite A105-S2194. I went online to get a replacement from the hard drive. The guy who I spoke to suggested that I get the data of 1 TB 2.5 5400 RPM. I asked if this was no exaggeration for my computer and if she would work with her. He assured me he would. I have windows 7 to load on this subject. My question is. It is true that he did and work in my laptop? It is with Fed - ex delivery and need to know whether to install or send back
The SATA standard is so clearly defined that virtually any disk 2.5 "will work on a laptop. High speed drives (7200 RPM +) could draw in theory more current that might have been specified, even if the newer readers are more effective. With regard to the compatibility of the BIOS limitation of size should not enter up to 2 TB
Even if the laptop is quite old it supports disks more large, Toshiba lists only readers that they mounted but Crucial list upgrades up to 1 TB.
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