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Windows 7: External Hard DRive


14 Feb 2011   #11

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Where is paint then please? I have Disk Management open but cant find paint!!!

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14 Feb 2011   #12

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Type paint into the start button search box.

Or look under the "Accessories" grouping on the start menu where all your programs appear.
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14 Feb 2011   #13

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Well I found paint and the went to disk management, clicked on prtscan and then got lost again. I will leave it now until I have more time. Thanks for your helop thus far, it is apopreciated. If you could send me the next stepo I would be very grateful.

Thanks again.

RonBin79 and gettting older by the minute!
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14 Feb 2011   #14

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Open disk management and make sure it shows your drives and free space.

Poke printscreen.

Open Paint. Open a new blank file in paint. It should just be a white area.

Go to the clipboard menu of Paint and click paste.

The disk management picture from printscreen should appear in the Paint window.

click the upper left corner of paint to get to the save menu and choose save as.

give the file a name, such as disk mgt.

Choose where you want to save the file and do so. Make note where you saved it. Close paint.

Find the saved file on your hard drive and poke it to open it to confirm it went well.

Then you have to attach that picture to your next post in this thread using "manage attachments".
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15 Feb 2011   #15

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External hard drive

No, the pictures on not on drive J, I took them off and put them on the desk top which is running on drive C so the pictures are quite safe. It's just drive J that is causing the problem, the one that controls an external hard drive, everything else is fine thanks. Oictures and all data is safe and secure having been backed up on my Seagate HD which is drive "I"

I will get there in the end!!

RonBin79 and aging quickly.
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15 Feb 2011   #16

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External Hard Drive

Eureka!!! At last I have managed to do it, screen shot attached!. In 25 years of using a computer, this is the first time I have ever done a screen shot. Thank you for your forebarance and help. I hope this is what you want and it will help you to let me have a solution to my problem. My apologies for being such a dumbo but at 79, things take a little longer to sink in.

Looking forward to hearing from you, with best wishes,

RonBim79


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15 Feb 2011   #17

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Ok. In Disk Management, scroll down a bit so we can see J:, then re-post your screen image.
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15 Feb 2011   #18

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External Hard DRive

A lot easier now I know what I am doing!!


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15 Feb 2011   #19

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OK. Can you maximise the STATUS column as shown in the attached image?

Your drive J: seems to be NTFS -- I thought you said it was RAW? It aslo seems to be active, hence I want to see the widened STAUS column as per the image.


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15 Feb 2011   #20

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
Can you keep to one thread please.
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In your other thread you what to format the HD J:

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
We need a screen shot of disk management as it is now.

Right now, we don't know what's what. You have or had a 1 TB drive, a J drive, a 160 gig drive, a "desktop", etc.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RonBin79 View Post
Helpl!!! I have moved all my old pictures from my old 160gb HD to my desktop with a view to re installing them once I had formatted the disk and all the other rubbish had been cleared out. To make sure all was well I tried to open one and found it wouldn't but was offered the chance of Windows7 using a compatibility programme to make them work, and so it did. I then somehow got into Disc Management, found Drive 'J' and deleted everything, including the partition! Just goes to prove a little knowledge is dangerous.

Now, I can't find Drive 'J' anywhere and when I try to open a picture I get a screen which says "Could not find this item. This is no longer located in computer. Verify the items location and try again.

In the disc management screen under drive 'j' it says J 149.05 GB RAW (Healthy Primary Partition), but there is no mention of any NTFS.

I know very little about this topic so if anyone can supply me with a solution in idiots language, I would be very, very grateful. I would also like to know how I revert drive J back to normal working and not RAW?

RonBin79
In this thread you what to copy data out of HD J:
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