I am using a laptop. I have portable hard drives and there are many shortcuts to different things on just one of them. When I try to plug that hard disc in, sometimes it turns into drive F and sometimes it turns into drive G. The shortcuts are just able to work if it is drive G.
I want to make sure it is constantly drive G. Is there any way?? Need your help to solve this. Please give me a solution. Thanks in advance.
In my F: drive, there is a file that is giving me a problem. It’s an application and its size is 1.08 GB, although it will never open. I don't need this file, so I want to remove it. But the thing is, I can't remove it.
If I hit right on the file, Windows Explorer collapses. If I am using the Delete key, Windows Explorer collapses.
Error created in these positions:
I keep my raw data in my workbook and that workbook analyzes the raw data, and then creates a sheet (Total Sheet). Analysis workbook is ready for only up to one year and I would like to stay it that way. But now I want to add it up to 2 or 3 years (analysis workbooks) jointly to get one permanent file in a new workbook.
In a word I have to insert Analysis2009 with Analysis2010 as well as Analysis2011. All the data I need to duplicate are in rows below each other. The range will be the same.
Need your help. Thanks in advance.
It seems there are no spaces when I am running in my firewall. When I am using the df. Command, it informs me that I have used 96% of my Hard Drive and it’s all set to crash. If it collapses I have no Internet. I remove all squid activity files which are in the var/www/html/squid/weekly directory. These files amass weekly Internet activity. By using the "rm -Rf 2009Nov08-2009Nov14" command, I removed them and I don’t have any storage space. I'm not confident if they are being removed totally or not. I don’t know anything about this problem.
Need your help. Thanks.
The Explorer is showing an incorrect disk usage in my 64 bit Windows 7 computer.
I am having 1 TB hard drive and the partition feature showing only 931 GB space.
I have used 421 GB only but the Windows says there is only 202 GB space available.
Please guide me to solve this issue.
I will be thankful for all you help and support.
Because of trying to compress or extract files from main partition, I am getting this error:
"Cannot modify volume"!
What could I have been doing wrong? Please give me some suggestions on how to solve this. Thanks.
Until now, I still get the error message that says that the destination volume is full. Even after removing the two applications, I still get this error message: “This software cannot be deleted.” Is it okay to just reformat the destination drives and redo everything? Any advice will be appreciated?
I have an external hard disk which has 1 partition, formatted in NTFS. I use this drive on multiple computers, with different logins, and with different operating systems (Windows XP and Windows 7). All files are plain old files, not OS encrypted or compressed. However, Windows 7 does not let me access some files, for I don't have "citing permissions".
Is there a simple way that I could access the files/directory on a partition, apart from taking ownership and setting appropriate permissions? I really find this process very tedious.
There was 5 GB free space in the hard disk. But suddenly it got full.
So, I have deleted 3 GB data. But on the next day, in the morning, it is showing the disk is full. I have removed 21 GB data but it’s again down to 20 GB.
So, I have checked with ‘Malware bytes’, but nothing found. I have also executed the disk cleanup.
Please help me recognize the problem.
Receiving S.M.A.R.T. Status bad backup and replace error.Hard disk drive is bad or is going to fail soon