Solved: Norton Utilities 2007 Speed Disk Question
As such, not having a backup would leave you in a catch-22 situation if both the directory and the hard drive are in bad shape, leaving you only with a data Or it'll confirm that your HD is OK and you have a different issue. Restart Mac, immediately after the bong, hold down the C key until the Apple logo appears. But I happened to have a spare SATA cable lying around, and for the heck of it, tried replacing the cable. http://sumolinux.com/solved-norton/solved-norton-utilities-on-a-ssd.html
Well, it must still be under some type of warranty program. How old is your system out of curiosity. Since this is a new computer, and the problem you are describing has been happening since you got it, I suggest backing up your personal data, reinstalling the factory software, and Mac OS-X aka OS-10, Tiger 10.4, Leopard 10.5, Snow Leopard 10.6 is the Mac Operating System.
A loose or in some cases failing IDE cable (assuming it is an IDE and not SATA connection) will produce these errors in the Pavilion line (and most others I would First, Try a test, put a floppy disk that you know is bootable into the floppy disk drive. Turn off your PC and unplug it from the mains, take the lid off, then gently blow the dust out.
If you are defragmenting to have room for very large files, it is recommended to partition your hard disk so you have a second partition that is used as a scratch What more can I say.... Welcome to Switch 101: The former PC user's guide to getting the most out of your Mac. move the CMOS jumper to the second jumper position for 5 seconds3.
Repairing the BOOT hard drive or volume REQUIRES us to boot from another disk, hard drive, hard disk or removable disk Apple's technical article TS1417 on running Disk Utility REPAIR DISK: Click here to join today! The difference is that fsck can be run when you don't have a Mac OS X installer CD available to run Disk Utility. this Thanks for the advice guys.
Plug the power cord back, turn on the computer. Running Apple's COMBO System Updaters: System Preferences> Software Update can be flaky so a proven troubleshooting technique is to manually download Apple's COMBO UPDATES (PPC & INTEL). The quickest way is to click Start and type chkdsk /r in the Run box. 6. As a result it is recommended you repair permissions from Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility -> First Aid -> select hard disk on Mac OS X 10.2 or higher whenever
Thanks! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/916440?tstart=0 Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... You could consider replacing Norton with the free Microsoft Security Essentials to see if it makes a difference. In due course win.com would be loaded and if all the bits of code were in place then windows would come up.With XP this dos sequence is hidden and eventually the
So, go to Norton's website and click support. http://sumolinux.com/solved-norton/solved-norton-antivirus-2007-keeps-asking-to-update.html There is one work flow I should mention how I use Carbon Copy Cloner I boot off a third "maintenance" hard drive, launch Carbon Copy Cloaner, and select my However, I'm a stickler for answering the question you actually asked.) Both debugging your current PC and reinstalling Windows XP will take time and effort. Join the community here.
TROUBLESHOOT & confirm monitor profiles. Why should you have to put up with this? Safe Mode is the state Mac OS X is in after a Safe Boot. http://sumolinux.com/solved-norton/solved-norton-ghost-10-0-question.html Feb 1, 2007 #10 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 Why not just use XP's embedded Checkdisk command?
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Other If it is not set up that way, change it to that sequence. The way to do that is to Restart the computer, and press F2 and hold on the keyboard, it will get you into the System Bios, then you will see options, Booting in Single User Mode and Running fsck -fy (this process seems to change a bit with updates, check the linked Apple articles carefully for more info): WHAT IS FSCK? "fsck" I have been in the computer and electronics industry since 1962.
Menu item Folder Options4. They should have immediately advised you to do this. I have the following configuration. http://sumolinux.com/solved-norton/solved-norton-nis-2007.html Jan 15, 2005 #3 RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503 Maybe yours is an older version of Norton that is not compatible with your OS, presumably XP?