PowerEdge r.620: What is the HARD disk preinstalled?
Our new PowerEdge R620 comes with a 1 to drive, which has a "OEM", size 39 MB partition, and a partition of 2 GB empty labeled "OS".
What is in the OEM partition? Should we save it before you install the OS? I couldn't find this in the documentation for manual or other owner.
I want to install VMware ESXi. The installation program detects something on the disc and asks if it's ok to delete it...
A related question - where is stored the iDRAC and all the GUI setup cute stuff?
IDRAC, the lifecycle controller and BIOS GUI are stored on the motherboard not on the discs. The OEM partition stores the system diagnostics, it is recommended to not delete it, but it won't work without it.
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After download cannot open the hard disk C: and D: Internet Explorer 9 windows updates or no matter what follder on them by clicking twice and I opened by right clicking and open. So I have to use him created restore point Internet explorer 9 and return to internet explorer 8 and the previous record and the problem is solved. How I overcome this problem?
This can be a symptom of malware on your system. Take a look at the guides below for advice in conclusion/remove the malware from your system:
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I have 2 questions (10) I'm an ODP, and I volunteer for a local blind group who all have laptops and rewrite the textbooks in braille users. Now a desire to know how start recovery from the HARD disk drive and what you should do disks for this.
and (2) another received a laptop computer Toshiba A 100 and it does not start as soon as the Toshiba screen appears it lacks a password, we tried all kinds of passwords, tails of start and a new record of program but it does not start. Can anyone help please.
For instructions how to recover a Toshiba laptop with verification of HARD drive recovery procedure please this document > http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD9102IR0000R01.htm
The Satellite A100, I presume that you need BIOS password. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do about it. Accredited maintainer Toshiba can remove the password for you.
I'm working on a clients M40x and the hard drive broke down and I would like to replace it and I have some options and I was wondering if they will work.
Currently, there is a MK6025GAS in which is fried. Below are the options I have.
Can I use a Maxtor? If Yes, what models?
HUGE thanks :)
You can use the hard disks of each production. It s any HDD manufacturing is. The HARD drive is important! So you need a drive that supports the enhanced IDE (ATA-6) interface!
The SATA drives are not compatible.
The MK6034GAX 60 GB HDD and MK8032GAX 80 GB HARD drive looks to support the ATA-100 interface (ATA-6). So, in my opinion, the hard drives must be compatible and should run
I just started a new A200-1V0 and found that disk space is divided into two partitions of sizes equal 'C:Vista' and ' E: Data "(and a small one EISA).
WHY? What is the logic and purpose? It's not even as if the C:Vista partition is smaller and intended only to the tricks of the 'system' as the root 'Users' (user Documents) is on it also.
This is the default for Vista (my first use of it), if not, who said that Toshiba could do this without asking me?
How can I move the root 'Users' in Vista (in the data partition) - if I have two partitions that I might as well use it?
I can resize partitions in Vista without a utility 3 rd-party (or a complete backup/restore)?
Hello just YOU
Please don't be offended because there is no reason for this. You bought the new product with the factory settings. Toshiba and other hardware manufacturer do not know every customer personally and, unfortunately, it was not possible to ask YOU how to set up YOUR laptop.
Because of this, there is a recovery of product support that allows to configure the HARD disk according to your wishes and needs.
Please use this DVD and install OS how you want it to be. What recovery procedure starts, you will see CONFIGURATION option on the right side. Click on it and choose the right option.
Reinstall the OS and enjoy your life. Really, I don't have the time to write on the floors of two partitions, because this is basic stuff and you probably don't want to waste your time to read this.
Bye and good luck!
I can't change the hard disk parameters in the bios for my satellite A200-1The
This bios does not support changing the parameters of the hard disk for example SATA to IDE?
BIOS version is: 5.6
AFAIK in BOS advanced settings you can change mode SATA controller only. You can use the AHCI mode or compatibility.
I put t understand why do you think you can use IDE mode. What you want to do exactly?
I need to reformat the hard drive to my PC by Satellite. I inserted the disc 1, off, turned back on while pressing F12. I chose 'clear the hard disk', and this part of the process went well. It took about 1.5 hours. However, he never asked the other disk. All I get now when I turn it on is a black screen with the letter 'j' in the upper left.
Can you tell me what to do now to re - install the default software/settings of recovery disks?
If I understand correctly, you want to reinstall the OS with a recovery disk... In the Bios, set under the 1st boot device cd/dvdrom. Then, insert the diskette and reboot the laptop, according to the instructions on the screen that should start the installation process...
> It took about 1.5 hours. However, he never asked the other disk. All I get now when I turn it on is a black screen with the letter 'j' in the upper left.
To be honest, I do not know what that letter, j, means :) BU I know, the 1st recovery disk contains bones with driver and another disc with Toshiba Utilities. Perhaps, you should go to Bios and set hdd under the 1st boot device rather id cd/dvdrom
Airport utility in windows 10 does not detect the hard disk, how to?, the Office detect wireless internet no hard drive.
What hard drive? It of a time capsule, or is it a drive connected to an airport extreme?
What model number is the most convenient airport?
Any plugged into USB drive must be formatted FAT32 (no other type of FAT as exFAT) or HFS +, IE standard Apple format.
In addition, not all drives are recognized.
The internal drive of the TC must be recognized, but there could be problems as well according to the age.
I installed a hard drive on the Centria 4700. Network engineering does not recognize. I expected that I could format the hard drive of Centria. What should I do to activate the hard disk
It is a question of router, and you send messages in the ReadyNAS forum.
I'm moving it to home networks.
I downloaded windows xp from mirowsoft up to 6 discs of A which I just it ready for the cd of window xp I don't have.
Thanks for posting. I'm confused on 6 discs A you're talking about. Windows XP can not hold on 6 floppy disks if that's what you are referring. If the hard disk has been deleted, you will need to use your Windows XP disk and reinstall Windows using this disk and the key associated with this record. If you don't have XP media, you must contact the OEM of your computer or buy an extra copy of the XP.
I hope this helps!
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How do/peut/must clean up drive C:?
I deleted all the music, photos, videos, documents, games, system, etc. I managed to get rid of anything that might save space on my drive C. I have now only use my pc for Microsoft Word and then I emailed to the doc (s) and print before deleting (not enough space on disk to keep the docs). I always get a message that my hard drive is full. There's nothing on my drive hard drive but that Microsoft Vista has put here...
Ideas: Vista has a mind of your own! I'm not a genius of pc and should not have to be pc to operate.
Recently bought a Macbook Pro and love it. Dilemma: Do not want to put Microsoft Office or any other Microsoft application on my Macbook because of the bad experience of Microsoft.
- Gateway GT5618E / Vista
- No free space on hard drive
- Removed all pc (music, videos, photos, docs, etc.)
Run DiskCleanup - start - all programs - Accessories - System Tools - Disk Cleanup
You may want to transfer some data, images or documents on removable media like USB keys,
External USB (my choice) or even CD/DVD readers (make multiple copies if the use of these).
System restore usually holds 15% of disk space and updates that are necessary for running computer
consume even more. Backup - Options of recovery and even MS updates and those of HP, Dell
or similar manufacturers use the space if your charging system. There are also overhead for the readers are not
format to their maximum capacity.
Where all my disk space? (Vista) - good writeup
Hard disk space Vista shrinking and reducing anomaly
It will show you how disk space is being used.
WinDirStat - free - use to make sure you know what is too much space.
-Free - TreeSize tells you where precious space has gone to
Also run Disk Cleanup:
Start - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - Disk Cleanup.
Use the WinDirStat or TreeSize and these other tools.
DiskMon - free - an application that logs and displays all the activity of the hard disk on a Windows System.
You can also reduce DiskMon in your system tray, where it acts as a disk light, presenting a green
icon when there is disk-read activity and a red icon when there is a writing activity.
Process Monitor - free - a monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system,
The process/thread activity and the register.
Manage - free - a utility that displays information about the handles opened for any process in the system.
You can use it to see the programs that have an open folder, or to see the types of objects and the names of all
the handles of a program.
-Free - Process Explorer shows you information about the handles and DLLs processes have
opened or loaded.
Sysinternals - many free tools
OpenedFilesView - Free displays the list of all the open files on your system. For each file opened,
additional information is displayed: handle value, read/write/delete access, position in the file, the
process that has the file open and more...
I hope this helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
There are recovery (D) on the hard disk. How can I recover all my old files and programs of this drive?
Original title: I changed from Vista Ultimate to Windows 7 operating systems.
The recovery partition, that is what you would use to restore your computer when you bought it with the OS on it
that was pre-installed. It is not your old programs and data on it. You will need to backup your data to restore and install
your programs since the original installation discs.
If you do not have the program disk, I suggest that the manufacturer of the computer.
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A few months ago and after installing some windows update (XP Sp2), I see when I login to windows, drive hard work continuously for several minutes and speed goes down.
What windows software using the hard disk with log in?
Thanks in advance
What you see could be linked to a task that you have schedules (such as anti-virus, defragmentation of the hard drive, etc)
Check the tab startup in MSConfig for items which currently running as part of the startup of your PC. See
The foregoing is for XP, but also applies to Vista.
Has worked on my Toshiba laptop and all of a sudden I got these error messages from Windows on bad sectors, cannot find the files...
Well, I am unable to find programs or files... well explore works and it seem like windows must work because the computer starts. I have
did a scan of spybots and of course we found a few things but that's all.
I had to start a new user account in order to have access to my hard drive and be able to do some repairs... He showed sound quite complete but unable to show all files or these.
Tried a restore back a week, but it did not work. A check on the hard disk and say he can do so that the system is in use. I have nothing running!
Don't know what to do next... any suggestions
Thank you for posting a copy of a report of chkdsk on your C partition select Start, run, type "cmd" without the quotes in the box and press ENTER. Type chkdsk, and then press the ENTER key and a report, stating, among other things, a summary of how disk space is used, is provided. If you want a report on a partition or one drive other than C, you need to go to this partition. To access F, where F is the required partition you type F: and press the ENTER key.
Copies of the reports from a command prompt can be tricky. Right click and select mark. This allows to highlight the selected text, and then click on copy. You will then open Word, Notepad or similar file, right click and paste. The selected text transfers your Clipboard to open the file. You can paste directly into a response message to the majority of the forums.
I tried to set up a link today from my new laptop computer Windows 7 my most top of desktop running vista. The liaison program stated that the administrator on my old computer was only a temporary user. I tried to set up the account as a permanent user without realizing that it would replace the current account. I have now no access to programs from hard drive of the main user I was using. I was wondering if there is anything I can do to access the hard disk with this user and import files? I forgot almost all programs appear on the computer but open to anything.
1. What do you mean by link program?
2. What have you tried to do?
3. how many accounts do you currently on the computer and what are they?
4. what happens when you try to access the files on the hard drive?
It seems that you do not have permissions to access the files on the hard drive.
I suggest that take you the files and folder try to access.
To take ownership of a folder
(a) right click on the folder you want to take control and then click Properties.
(b) click on the Security tab, click Advanced, and then click the owner tab.
(c) click on Edit. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
(d) click on the name of the person you want to give to the property.
(e) If you want that person to be the owner of the files and subfolders in this folder, select the check box Replace owner subcontainers and objects .
(f) click OK.
Troubleshoot "access denied" when opening files or folders
I hope this helps!
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