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Posts : 9,367 W10Prox64 New 10 Mar 2016 #5 Technohero said: Hi Simrick, thank you for the quick reply. Okay, so we have some possibilities here you can try...basically try one after another to see if we can get something that will work. I don't actually need the drive itself, I am only interested in recovering the files on it. Your assistance will be of great help to me. this contact form
Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, I have put a new herd drive into this Dell Dimension E510 computer and I also have. As a result, the dual monitors no longer display. And why three of them? you could try here
Thanks again for the help! Thank you! See more Setup cannot continue no hard disk Windows xp partition not recognized Cq10-525dx install xp sata drivers SATA Drive not detected while installing XP SATA Drive not detected while boot Thanks you in advance for any help and assistance you might offer in these regards.
It's been roughly 3yrs or so since the hard drive was hooked up to the Windows XP machine it belonged to. I did not install Net Framework yet because I'm not certain of which version I should be installing. The 2nd install will be Win7 over Win7, in effect, you will be upgrading.message edited by riider Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] Ran chkdsk on secondary hard disk - now get View solution in context Reply 0 0 Paul_Tikkanen Provost Posts: 81,431 Member Since: 07-13-2010 Message 2 of 8 (410 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP a6130n installing Windows XP on new
Has it been dropped/damaged in some way? Thanks again for all the help. DO NOT register WinXP at this time.I suggest you install Windows XP on the first partition. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this
The prior owner advised me that this (i.e. Clicking Here There was simply no option to do this on the computer.In your last sentence, you sayI should try a new HD and have the drivers ready to go. Be sure to use IE and do not use the Dell Download Manager! Yes . .
Understand that a quick format doesn't overwrite the data on the disk, it just "releases" it as "available" for new data to be written. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-new/solved-new-os.html Thanks again for all the help. If it's a matter of file system damage, sometimes a "quick" format puts the disk back into a state which then can be "read" and recovered. Asator616 Resolved HJT Threads 17 11-17-2011 05:21 PM virus has taken over Ok, last week I got a virus that disabled my internet and most programs.
But I was able to use EaseUS on an old external hard drive that at one point had back ups of most of my files I needed from the internal drive. Helpful +10 Report geoffery Jul 20, 2010 at 06:57 AM u need to disable the sata native support in the bios and the install it Helpful +7 Report babu May 17, If you have a desktop and extra SATA+power cables, hook it up inside your rig. navigate here Posts : 9,367 W10Prox64 New 11 Mar 2016 #7 Technohero said: Thank you both for the suggestions and all of the info, I appreciate it!
upside down hard drive) was the way the "old" failed hard drive had been installed and was the "normal" orientation, and, in fact, as I am now running the new hard Emac 250, Windows Vista works! The information on this setup screen really has me scratching my head and wondering what it all means and what to do next. 12-07-2011, 06:06 PM #4 Old Rich
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This "new" drive is, in reality an "old" drive (Seagate 160 GB SATA HD) that was given to me...and which I am now trying to install into this Dell computer. I guess that one of my concerns is that the person receiving this computer might have no computer knowledge, and, being able to restore his/her computer to "new state" condition might Additional batteries are affected. Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Drivers and Hardware Windows 10: Transferring files from Windows XP sata hard drive to Windows 10 PC Technohero
Hoe it will be helpfull Good Luck View all 6 comments Report satheesh- Apr 22, 2009 at 03:04 AM hey I am satheesh , I got affected by the same problem Live and learn) Thanks again for all the help. I found it in the list Drivers and Downloads | Dell [United States] Have you installed the new operating system? his comment is here Is there any way to access the files on the old hard drive without having access to Windows XP or Windows 7 machine?
I'm in the process of repairing and making a bunch of usable used computers for financially disadvantaged families for Christmas. Is this correct?And the drivers I will need are two sets: for the a6130n computer ... Sign up now. Report • #5 geoffbradley August 16, 2013 at 03:25:43 to all who ansered my request for advice, thank-you and yes i have product key to both.
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Cyberpower OS: Windows 10 Home CPU: AMD FX tm -8350 Eight-core Processor 4.0GHZ Motherboard: msi 760-p34 Memory: 16 GB DC Graphics Card: AMD radeon R9 Win XP ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Win 7 Win XP Win Vista Win 95/98 Win NT Win Me Win 2000 Win 2012 Win 2008 Win 2003 Win 3.1 E-Home Since I do not want Windows 7 - because I have XP install disks and like XP -you are saying Ican/should install XP as long as I have the correct drivers Yes, you should be able to hook that drive up to any system, using a SATA to USB adapter of some sort, or even plugging it inside your rig, and you
Oh! But now I was trying to reinstall windows vista which unfortunately didn't happened and when I tried to install windows xp, I got the same message as jb did: Setup did Saved my night! yuor advice please See More: new hard drive installation Report • ✔ Best Answer OtheHill August 15, 2013 at 10:00:26 If you have keys for both versions you don't need to
I'm a real computer noob I don't know exactly what's going on but ill try to describe it, mostly I'm concerned about a keylogger though. Hope that helps. Now, the computer boots up uninterruptedly into Win XP.) 2. So, here are some things to try: 1.
I tried EaseUS and wasn't able to scan the old internal hard drive at all. Any other suggestions or hints in these regards would also be greatly appreciated. DO NOT register WinXP at this time.I suggest you install Windows XP on the first partition.