|07 Apr 2011||#1|
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EEE 1001HA not detecting USB
It's my friends laptop, I said I could fix it (deleted system32), however when I actually got it, it turns out it's much smaller than I thought, and there's no disc drive. So I burned the x86 ISO of windows 7 to a USB, tried it, BIOS has options for "removable device" however it isn't showing the make/model as it should (and does for the HDD). I've tried two USBs, in all of the USB ports. Nothing. I intended then to remove the HDD from the laptop, and install windows 7 using my computer, however with it being so small, I'm guessing it's not a standard HDD, and this thing feels like it'll break if I force it open anyway. I've also tried using the SD card slot (burned ISO to that to), nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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