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They sell them on ebay for under $20 depending on with type you get. I only have 3 usb slots, and don't want 2 of them occupied by a mouse & keyboard. Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive 2. Posted On: 2011-11-19 . this content

I have verified that the file has copied correctly to the usb stick. Upon further investigation, the disk manager sees the drives (there are 2), but no letter is assigned. Posted On: 2010-08-11 . View Related Posts . .

Disk Error Press Any Key To Restart Windows 7

I didn't realize the hard drives were SATA. That's all I was trying to say regarding that issue. But repairing Windows is a minefield. I have Windows Vista Home Premium as my OS.

Is there a way to get around this without having to install an operating system on my new hard drive first? So. Still have hardware warranty and Dell phone support for 1st year. View 6 Replies .

Let me know how you go! Rufus My original key works fine. Login now. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_install/disk-error-press-any-key-to-restart/6986abc9-d0c6-4c05-88ce-d91cee9e21bb Wireless Keyboard & Mouse - Share The Usb Key Wireless keyboard & mouse bought separately, can they share the usb key?

Whenever i reboot the system, i receive an error message just after my desktop system loads its bios: "floppy disk(s) failed (40). Ny thoughts welcome. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. I was trying to capture awim file for windows 7 to a bootable ufd, but the 16gb ufd was too small.


What utility did you use to put the install of the OS on the flash drive? Do I need to change some sector in USB ? Disk Error Press Any Key To Restart Windows 7 My external HD is 500gb and my laptop HD is 160gb so I have adequate space on the external HD to copy everything. View Related Posts . .

May 28, 2009 #14 snowchick7669 TS Maniac Posts: 660 Interesting question, The actual card itself is installed onto the hard drive, so thats why when you upgrade hard drives, you have news If you are installing a OS for the first time, remove all other hard drives. View Related Posts . . If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

haha, this is a never ending process! Usb Flash Drive Error: This Device Cannot Start (code 10) This device cannot start. (Code 10). Arabic — what are the differences? have a peek at these guys Is that the reason why I keep getting that Disk Error message?

Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. I went into my bios settings and made sure that the usb is the first boot option. I double and triple checked the key that i received in my email when i purchased my copy of windows 7 from a student discount from microsoft.

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After this I received the same blue screen error. In principle, this seems to be sufficient, because it is hopefully relatively seldom that i will need to restore my c partition to a previous state (in the past, i did I have been down the path that you are taking.I suggest you buy a new hard drive and put it into the computer.Install the OS. It contains a menu, that gives me a choice of what os to boot.

View Related Posts . . Neither did the PCI card port adapter (I couldn't boot from the DVD drive). So then that means that I still can't install Windows XP not even on my old hard drive although it says 'press any keys to boot from cd.' What if I check my blog So I decided to look in the BIOS to see if there was something useful in there.

This is not an ideal situation: with exception to backup, this drive is not used for anything. If so, what should I switch the optical drive to? I just got 500GB ego ext HD recommended by Dell tech support but not sure what to do next. Resheim's notes on software development, open source and communities.

View 2 Replies . I think I have a similar problem with my Dell XPS M1530 laptop. Im not sure if I should copy the whole OS folder or just individual folders & files. Hopefully it's compatible with Windows Vista.

Also I thought it a bit silly.I tried to restart several times but ended up getting the same error message.