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1  Hardware Support / Hardware Devices Problems / New HD on: January 01, 2005, 08:27:48 PM
First of all HAPPY NEW YEAR to everybody!
Ok now to my problem,
I just bought a new HD (200GB Maxtor DiamondMax 10 IDE 7200rpm 8MB Cache) and my OS is winXP pro.
the way that i know in order to prepare a new HD is from DOS mode with the command FDISK, but when i prepared a boot disk from the XP menu and i tried to do it,it didn't work.
Can someone please tell me any other ways to prepare a HD(partitioning and format) when u r running WinXP?
Thank you very much!
2  Hardware Support / Hardware Devices Problems / Re: Back up the bios! on: December 31, 2004, 01:02:40 PM
ok i'll do so thanks a lot guys!!!!!!!!
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3  Hardware Support / Hardware Devices Problems / Back up the bios! on: December 31, 2004, 08:52:34 AM
Hi everybody. I just bought a new motherboard and a new CPU(ASUS P4S800 P4 SIS648FX and P4 3.066 GHz Prescott(800MHz)). According to the motherboards manual before i install the motherboard i have to back up the existing BIOS in a disk just in case something will go wrong. Can somebody tell me how can i do that?
Thank you???
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