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KageRyuu

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    Dell: Dimension C521 Windows Vista Premium Home Ram: 2GB Recovery: 6.16 GB out of 9.99 OC(C:):Currently 377 GB out of 455
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  1. Actually here are some things I can provide Process: Intel Celeron 2.20 ghz System Memory: 3072 MB No IDE Master or Slave 1st Boot Device Generic- SM/xD-Pic 2nd Boot Device P0-Hitachi HD 3rd Boot Device P1-HL-DT-ST DVDRAM
  2. Its not my PC so I don't know that much about it, it was reformatted no OS anymore. I just have a flash drive with a boot manager and windows installation on it but it will not read them. I think I might have to actually get a copy of an OS on disk.
  3. Okay it IS recognizing the USB drive, it just keeps a _ _ _ going forever.
  4. So I am helping out a friend that got attacked by a recent virus, and today I got there computer I went through tried to clean out all the issues, but the virus persisted so I decided to reformat it. I have a usb drive that has a boot manager on it but the system cannot detect it and open the boot manager any help? ~*~Warning ITs a E-Machine~*~
  5. Here's a weird question. Would Linux pick up on the same error's as Windows would on a failing hard drive? And if it does pick on those errors, and is switched to but doesn't pick them up is it still the hard drive?
  6. Okay, so am I screwed and it's the hard drive...or am I fine and its hopefully something else? Because that error stops the boot process completely.
  7. Nah it was reset to factory settings. So when in ACHI mode...this error means nothing? PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. PXE-M0F: Exiting broadcom PXE ROM No bootable device
  8. So it's download and installed... Scanned and found the driver. S.M.A.R.T check = FAIL Short DST - FAIL Short Generic - FAIL Long Generic - FAIL Never used seagate before I hope Im using it correctly.
  9. UGH!!! >< I am unemployed I can't afford to fix anything.
  10. I've managed to some how weasel my way through and got it to boot up -> into login -> and onto desktop but I am getting the warning that Windows detected a hard disk problem. ---------Typical Warning stuff.----------- Which disk is failing The following hard disks are reporting failure Disk Name: TOSHIBA MK3265GSX ATA Device Volume: C:\
  11. Okay, so i let my brother use my laptop after he did something to my desktop (http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?/topic/199381-weird-error-upon-boot/) those errors there. Now when I boot my laptop in AHCI mode (which is the default and I have always used) the error I get is PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable. PXE-M0F: Exiting broadcom PXE ROM No bootable device Now when I start in IDE I can't even get past Starting Windows screen. Information I can give. CPU Type: Intel ® Core i3 CPU M 350 @ 2.27GHz CPU Speed: 2.27ghz HDD Model Name: Toshiba MK3265GSX * HDD Serial Number: (Dunno if this is required or not but not giving it just incase.) * ATAPI Model Name: Matshitadvd-ram UJ890AS System Bios Version: V1.23 VGA BIOS Version: Intel V1994 Serial Number: (Dunno if its required or not but not giving it just incase.) Asset Tag Number: Product Name: NV59C Manufacturer: Gateway Quiet Boot: Enabled Network Boot: Enabled F12 Boot Menu: Enabled D2D Recovery: Enabled SATA Mode: IDE (Options are IDE or ACHI) Boot Priority 1. IDE0 : TOSHIBA 2. IDE1 : Matshi * 3. USB FDD : 4.Network Boot : Legacy PCI device 5. USB HDD : 6.USB CDROM : *This information vanishes upon switching to ACHI mode.
  12. My buddy said it might be called RENOs...
  13. System tray, next to my time and network.
  14. I keep getting this popup that says You have a security problem! I know I didn't download it, so it must be something. Anyknown know what im talking about?
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