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Formatting (quick format) a RAW drive as NTFS is not likely to damage anything more than the 'lost' partition info and the old System Volume Information (the hidden NTFS data), I've recovered full...
Fast? Depends on what you need to do quickly, write speeds of 'up to' 37MB/s is squarely in the 2.5" 4,200 - 5,400rpm bracket.
I too consider a 32GB drive too small for W7, you need to keep...
Hi and welcome, Matt.
Steam > Settings > Downloads > Steam library folders > Add library folder... then set the alt. drive folder as default.
It no longer exists; it's not foreign, it's Cyrillic Russian script. Like they used to use in what you now call Alaska :cool:
I've just nudged the SFCFix author at Synative to check whether the suspended blog/site is his.
Thanks Corrine :cool:
Perhaps you could benchmark the actual throughput of an IDE drive when attached to the SATA adapter, HD Sentinel or UserBenchmark should give us the info needed.
Majorgeeks has just listed ver. 2.0 of TrayStatus.
Have you tried Device Cleanup Tool?
I've not tested this but it might fit the bill, http://sourceforge.net/projects/activityindicat/
Note that some of the features will increase drive activity a little.
Not unless you change your display settings frequently or via a hotkey.
So probably not.
Corrine's Security Garden Blog has direct download links to the latest, clean (no additional software offered) Flash versions listed, as well as a direct link to the Flash uninstaller, soon after...
Have you tried the method outlined in the latter part of this topic?
Dick, are you still getting the noises, if so, how frequently? What programs are running during those times?
Can you enable the default sounds to try to find the one that you've been hearing?
HD Sentinel will give you a pretty good idea of how much danger your data is in.
It only takes one particular sector to be re-allocated and you don't have a usable drive any more.
That solution ended up as AdBlock Latitude.
Of course the results are different but they might just be in a different order. Google searches are weighted by your previous search history and cookie content, etc., see #3
Java in the browser is almost extinct for most users outside the enterprise. Flash is rapidly heading in the same direction.
MBAM Pro offers real-time defence.
Prevention for the types of infections you seem to be describing, drive-by attacks, is mostly down to keeping your software, browser(s) and plugins and OS updated.
That used to be a fairly common bug with W7, from the first public Beta on into the release version. I've not heard of it from recent W7 installs, how old is your Windows installation?
You might want to try TestDisk and treat it as an unformatted/reformatted/raw drive, not much point in trying to fix partition tables and other base disk id, I'm pretty sure they have a fixed...
Flash has been by far the greatest target of successful drive by attacks for a long time, the latest stats suggest ~80% of them, Adobe/MS have been synching their patches for some time now, users...
Looks like there's some useful info here.
Dell do odd things with their hardware/firmware and drivers, often to try to prevent you upgrading the base Inspiron to a Latitude or to a Precision,...