31 October 2007

hp help.

Rawson: Step 1

You can backup data using USB adapter. You can backup data onto other system. You can use 2.5" hard drive case that will connect to any USB port. You can use this hard drive case and backup the data on any other laptop or desktop either at home, office or any other friends place without opening the system.

You just need to remove the hard drive from the laptop and put the laptop hard drive in the USB hard drive case and then connect it to USB port.


You can find few USB to SATA cable at the following third party Web sites:

http://www.satagear.com/usbadapter-sale.cfm

http://www.satacables.com/html/sata_adapters.html

Copy the entire url and paste it in the internet explorer, do not double click it.

Rawson: The below website provides the Maintenance and Service Manual for your DV6000 Notebook Model entire series.
Rawson: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035677.pdf
Rawson: Copy the entire url and paste it in the internet explorer, do not double click it.

The instructions for removing and replacing the hard drive can be optioned at page number : 124

Rawson: Please copy the information in a windows notepad or MsWord and save. Perform the steps in offline as the Notebook requires restart after performing these steps. Do not perform these steps now as the chat window will get disconnect if you restart the Notebook.
Rawson: Step 2


The below instructions will take the notebook back to factory condition

Rawson: 1. Reboot the notebook PC.

2. Press F11 when the HP logo displays.

3. When the Recovery Manager appears, click on “Next”.

Rawson: 4. When prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, select “No” and click on “Next”.
Rawson: 5. When prompted to use the System Recovery, select “Yes” and click “Next”.
Rawson: 6. Select the option to perform the recovery without backing up files and click next.

The recovery process will return your PC to the factory image.

Rawson: I am finished with giving you the steps.

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hopefully rawson knows his shit.

i want my lappy back.

1 comment:

Conrad said...

What the hell is that?

If you're just trying to restore XP files run scannow sfc from the command line, or use the XP disc and follow this: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/How-to-repair-Windows-XP-t138.html