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    I just installed Ubuntu on a bootable USB stick. When I try to boot up, I keep getting this error message: Unknown keyword in configuration file: gfxboot.c32: not a COM32R image. What's this mean? Thanks!

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  • Would my USB / external hard drive support Ubuntu?

    For my USB / external hard drive, I'm using Western Digital. Would Ubuntu work on this? Basically I'm asking if my USB will support Ubuntu? Thanks!

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  • USB Mass Storage devince not showing up in my computer

    Hi, I am running windows xp and when I plug in a Mass USB storage device it will not show up in my computer. It shows up in device manager and in disk management. Initially it showed up in disk management with no drive letter, but I was able to assign a drive path within disk managment. It still...

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  • Installing Windows from a USB thumb drive

    I'm trying to install Windows onto an USB thumb drive (this is for a friend). But I'm not sure of the process to go about this. This has to be a clean installation too. Any suggestions?

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  • Hard drive SATA to USB cable

    I have a Toshiba MK8046GSX SATA hard drive and I'm looking for a cable which can be plugged into this and plugged into my laptop, Thank you!

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  • Save MAP file to a dongle

    Hi, I am trying to save a MAP file to a dongle but it is being saved as a MAJ file and that it will not open on my Arrow Plasma control computer via the USB. How can I save it as a MAP file? Regards, Paul

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  • Boot OS from USB?

    How do I boot OS from USB?

    techrenew20 pointsBadges:
  • Thin client setup problem

    I have qhmpl co USB thin client but I'm getting this problem to setup server- Windows XP, LAN wire-cat 6, LED monitor, switch but getting when I'm setup it start to work but after some time it getting problem required tech help?

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  • Best way to backup a NAS drive to a USB drive

    Anyone know the best way to backup 600 GB+ of data on a NAS drive to a USB external drive? I need to make weekly copies (in case of an emergency). I already tried xcopy but it crashed pretty quickly. The NAS drive is a D-Link DNS and the USB drive is a Seagate. Thank you so much.

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  • USB problem on stereo

    I am trying to connect an extension to the usb in my kenwood dnx691hd unit and the usb on the stereo won't work with any usb extensions. When i plug my phone into the extension it just keeps connecting and disconnecting rapidly. I want to find an extension that will work with this unit

    isaiah142125 pointsBadges:
  • Read USB hard drive on NAS box from Windows 7

    I have to format a USB hard drive to EXT3 so I can use it with a Linksys NAS box. But I can't read the HD when it's unplugged from the NAS and plug it into my Windows 7 computer. Is there a way to read it? My computer accesses the NAS over a wireless connection. Thank you.

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  • Can we use pen drive or an external HDD (both USB) as an operating system?

    My IDE internal HDD is in its last stage and may die anytime. I want to use an external HDD as my operating system so that I can carry the device anywhere and login normally and use it. Is this possible?

    ramcruise10005 pointsBadges:
  • Did my friend hack into my PC?

    So we were 5 guys playing on the computer together one night and I went out for a second when I came back my friend had plugged an USB into my computer but I didn't noticed. By the time pictures and statuses came up on my Facebook and Instagram taken and wrote from his computer. What did that USB...

    Flasharra45 pointsBadges:
  • Home Directory Drive =% homedrive% Therefore USB stick = ???????

    If you've installed memory stick device and I want them to copy files without identifying its own character, such as c: \ or D: /, what is the abbreviation USB stick which equals? As an example: Home Directory Drive =% homedrive%. Therefore, USB stick = ???????

    abdelghany5 pointsBadges:
  • Secure USB from unauthorized files

    How can I secure my USB from unauthorized files getting into my USB but I want to let any file to be taken from the USB freely (in=NO, out=YES).

    DrinTashi25 pointsBadges:
  • How to open an .ETL file

    I was given a memory stick to utilize for saving pictures etc. I put the USB stick in and it began installing a document that is an .ETL file. I did cancel the installation but now I need to know how to make sure it didn't harm my computer and if there is a way to format it.

    pixie465 pointsBadges:
  • Why does my USB Internet modem have two IP addresses?

    I am using a USB Internet cable modem. In this modem, there are two IP addresses. One is fixed, another is changed if I disconnect and then connect again? Why there are two IP address?

    RubelRana10 pointsBadges:
  • Making a bootable USB from EXE files

    Is it possible to make a bootable USB from EXE files?

    goggs155 pointsBadges:
  • USB features: Viewing data

    When you read data or view (but not d/load) images on a f/drive is that information stored on your computer h/drive. I don't wish to allocate drive space to data/images. I may view only once

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