Removable Backup Media

Removable Backup Media

Hi all, I have more than one yahoo email id for different purposes. And I have a lot of e-mails associated with all these ids and these mails contain some very important files too. So is it possible if I want to have a backup of all these yahoo emails to some storage device like a hard drive or something like that? Any Solution? Thanks in advance!

 

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I bought a flash drive  with some music in it, it  recognizes in the cd player of my car., but when I connect to the  computer i can not access the folder with the songs, a lock icon appears with this "aux.black 1000.5d573c".  When I try to change to read-only, I get a "Error Applying Attributes" message. The type of folder is this "file folder (. {2559a1f2-21d7-11d4-bdaf-00c04f60b9f0})" and opens with "common DLL Windows Shell." Wanted full access to folder, does anyone have any solution without formatting?

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I own the Samsung NX2000, which gives be a perfect picture quality. When buying the camera, I had to buy it along with the Kingston 32GB memory card for storage purposes. They were both working perfectly until last week when my camera started freezing whenever I wanted to look at the gallery. I have even tried viewing my memory card using a PC but it cannot be recognized. the card saves pictures but I do not understand why it cannot allow me to view my valuable moments. What could be causing this? How will i go ahead and solve the issue?

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I need to build a home server that I will use for backing up data from my home PC’s. I also want to use it as a PLEX media server at times. My friend told me that it might not be a good idea to combine the two functions to be done by one server. I am finding this to be somehow misinformed. Is it true that I will not be able to use the two functions at once?

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My computer refuses to see my external hard drive. I have tried different USB connections and it does not show up.  I really am worried about losing all my files. Is there a way to get my computer to access this drive? A program that might see it when the operating system won't?

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I am having issues with my 2tb Toshiba external drive. It is taking a long time for anything to upload or download from it to my computer. Is there a way you can check drive like a regular hard drive. Will a chkdsk work with these type of drives ok?

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Hello, I keep many important files on a USB drive and it was dropped into water.  I allowed it to dry and tried to use it, but I am getting an error and I cannot seem to be able to recover the files I need.  Is there any technique that would allow me to recover my data after this type of damage?  

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I recently changed the hard disk on my HP Pavilion dv6 laptop as I needed more space. I created a recovery on an HP USB that has 16 GB storage space. I am trying to run the recovery but it gives an error 1005. I have tested my hard disk as well as the USB disk for the errors and have run memory tests on both of them. Tests came out good. What can be the problem? How can I succesfully run the recovery? Please help.

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Hello, I am an user of Samsung TB portable hard disk drive. My removable hard dive is transferring data 10-15 Mb/sec. It has USB 3.0 data transfer speed by product. My PC's main board is USB 3.0 supported and is fully functional with other portable devices except my portable device. What should be the problem?   

 
 
 
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Hello everyone , I am using Western Digital metal edition portable hard drive (1 TB). As it was only just a storage, it worked fine. But when I'm loading windows 7, it just can't keep the windows files. Every time I want to boot from portable device it says- wrong media or corrupted file. Can anyone tell me why is this happening?

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