Do new laptops come with Windows XP backup software discs?
No, new laptops do not come with Windows XP back up software disks. New laptops and desktops now come with Windows 8 installed. A Windows XP disk could still be purchased separately at select places.
Can you just wipe the computer and then use the two recovery discs that you burnt to have windows restored or do you need other programmes discs codes as well?
This depends on how through the back-up software was when the discs were made, if a complete backup was made then yes, other wise the software may have just only made a backup of the Operating System only, check the settings if possible to find out. If the problem is due to infection restoring from a complete backup may reinfect the computer again as the infection was backed up as well. Install from an manufacturer… Read More
Quite a few softwares can do that. Windows Xp & Vista Media Player can. Version 11 is current.
Promotional discs of Windows 7 Ultimate is generally given to business partners, prospective customers, and IT professionals as a way to make it available to them. This is done as a potential marketing scheme to later encourage new customers to buy Windows 7 (hence for promotional purposes). Typically promotional discs are the full version where indicated and don't differ from other Windows 7 retail software except they are not for resale. An example where Windows… Read More
As of 2009-09-09 you can not. Blu-ray discs need software that can decode the material in order to play the Blu-ray disc. Windows Media Player does not have Blu-ray decoding capability. A 3rd party software such as WinDVD can be used to playback Blu-ray discs on Windows computers. There are also hardware requirements to properly display blu-ray movies.
A person can buy Windows Vista installation disc from Amazon which sell discs for the Windows OS at cheap prices and even cheaper prices are available for buying used discs.
If you have the discs, yes
It's extremely rare to get discs 'backward compatible'. You may be able to get some software to 'trick' the Windows 98 machine into accepting a Windows 7 disc but since Windows 98 is no longer supported by Microsoft (and hasn't been for some time) you'll probably have difficulty finding a suitable converter.
Yes. Windows 2000 can read discs in both UDF 1.02 and 1.50. All commercial DVDs are produced in 1.02 format, and most discs that people burn default to 1.50. In other words, Windows 2000 can read all movie DVDs, and will be able to read most discs that people burn themselves.
You have to have a drive that lightscribe software recognizes as a lightscribe drive and you must use special discs that are lightscribe discs. These discs have a very fine special coating which reacts to the laser of your writer (that's how it works). PS - The lightscribe discs are available quite everywhere. They are not sold by the lightscribe company and I dont think lightscribe is a one of a kind software either.
By default, Windows burns discs in the Live File System format.
You can google the exact driver you need. You can ask a friend. You can reinstall windows or you can attempt to do a "Repair" option on windows. You can find what driver you are needing in your device manager and select the option of updating or rolling back the driver. You can also restore your computer to an earlier time, or even set it back to the last known good configuration. An additional thought… Read More
Microsoft, depending on the system, offers many types of back up software. I know for my computer I got a restore disk that had all programs my computer originally came with. You can back up many files to discs or even on the computer, such as restore. Extra hard drives are also available for purchase.
I Have the game disc but i'm worried i'll scratch considering they cost £45
They're discs where you save everything and anything you really don't want to lose if your computer should crash.
If you have a laptop then the product key is on the bottom. It's on a sticker and it says product key: in small letters. Some laptop companies also put them inside the battery cover. With one of my laptops, you have to pop out the battery to find the product key. If you purchased Windows separate from your hardware, the sticker should be directly on the case the discs came in.
By default, Windows burns discs in the Live File System format.
Are you mentioning about the partition magic discs
windows 7 and 8 include burning software for creating CD and DVD disks, earlier versions (XP and below definitely, I'm not sure about Vista) require the use of a third party tool. Nero is a popular choice (because he is Burning Rom(e) geddit?).
They require different software to read the discs, and companies such as Sony and Microsoft do not readily give out that software.
Windows 98 discs do not need to be activated, and yes, they can still be used to upgrade an older installation of Windows.
When you start your computer on windows xp pro it say the specified module cwinntsystem32qnuihotqdll and cprogramfilestgl86qpqpcvyhwzudll could not be found you search for the two files but cannot fin?
Sounds like trojan. If you have the discs I would get what you need off it and reboot it with the software and drivers, Good Luck
No. Windows CE is not typically run on the same types of hardware as Windows XP or Windows 7. There is also no Windows CE version of the setup program on the Windows XP or Windows 7 discs, so even if the hardware was compatible, you'd have to do a clean install.
No they don't have the software, hardware, and most can not read Blu-ray discs
No they do not have the software or hardware and few are able to read Blu-Ray discs
Well... one I know i know... Windows Live Movie Maker.
Software will not fix an unreadable disc because it is scratched. PS2 game Discs are not rewriteable and can not be changed so there would be nothing for the software to fix on the disc unless it was a bootleg copy
It is not hard to load operating systems software but first you must make sure the old operating system has been removed then use the software discs you have to being loading the new system.
To download or burn discs-not all software is online or create your own music cds..
Bungie is indeed the company that made and wrote the software for the game, but are you wondering where the discs are physically made and packed?
yes you need a software and a blu-ray driver. its difficult but you can.
The PS3 plays DVD movies Discs, Game discs are software and require the machine they were created for and can not just be put into something that has a disc drive like the Blu-ray disc drive on a PS3.
No a PC does not have the hardware or software to play PS3 games and most can not read Blu-ray discs
Yes, computer games are either programs downloaded from the Internet or programs storded on discs.
Why might it be less important for Windows XP to provide a switch for creating a bootable floppy disk?
All Windows XP discs are bootable anyway, and it is very unlikely to be worthwhile installing Windows XP on a machine that isn't capable of booting from a CD.
A DVD-ROM drive does not have the capability to burn DVDs, only read them. you can reference the article : DvD Drive Can not Write to Writable Discs (Windows 98, ME, XP) http://laptopacadapter.wordpress.com/2010/01/23/dvd-drive-can-not-write-to-writable-discs-windows-98-me-xp/
"To convert 8 milimeter films to DVD quality discs you will need a special machine, and special software. This software is pretty expensive, it will be an investment of about 200 dollars or so."
A device driver is a type of software that is used to allow the computer's hardware to function. Device driver software translates machine code into hardware executable instructions. This middle-man piece of code between hardware and software is called firmware. Typically, whenever you buy or build a new computer, it comes with multiple discs with the package. These discs contain the firmware for multiple hardware components of the computer.
Assuming the app has been deleted and not just had its icon removed from the Dock (in which case it can still be found in the Applications folder) the iPhoto application can be installed from the original software discs that came with the iMac. Other photo applications will need to be downloaded from the developers website or the Mac's App Store if they are no longer available on the iMacs hard disc or a backup… Read More
Same thing as in Windows. You need a DVD copy software to help you, I suggest you use Longo Mac DVD Copy from http://www.longodvd.com , it can automatically decrypter copy protections of DVDs and copy DVDs to hard drive or burn DVDs to blank discs easily.
No it just is not possible. PS2 does not read the discs and can not run the games even if the software was not designed for the PS3
That should either be in the windows update or in the installation manual. Usually there are also installation discs that could also help you.
No, Wii U discs can only be played on Wii U consoles
How many floppy discs does windows 2000 require to boot the system when you cannot boot from the hard drive?
According to my callculations,it's 69
You backup your playstation DVD on another DVD but it refusing to play and it loads the DVD all right and i read a note on the net saying there is some ic in the playstation which i can change?
PS2 games are on DVD not PS1 and PS3 are on BluRay Discs. You do not get to back up your games and expect them to work on the newer systems. They sold the PS3 at a loss because they could make money selling software or licenses for others to develop games and sell them. Consoles are designed to prevent the use of pirated software
If you had previously purchased a retail copy of Windows XP, then yes. The OEM copies that come with a computer cannot be legally transferred to another computer, and the install discs will probably refuse to work.
Is it okay to download Windows OS and ms office and its activator this site httpgetforyourpc.tk is it legal they said that it was ok. they have all windows operating systems and Microsoft products and?
Being a professional, I would advise against it. Microsoft allows one to download the ISOs of their operating system installation discs directly from them at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download, so I would use that instead. This way, you know you are getting the real, unadulterated (read: virus-free) software rather than something that may not be as trustworthy from an unknown source.
You can make one backup, to either DVD Discs or a USB flash drive If your computer offers both options, use the option that is most convenient. Click Start > All Programs > Recovery Manager . If Recovery Disc Creation displays in the list, you can use discs only. If Recovery Media Creation displays in the list, you can use either discs or a USB flash drive.
any physical component to a computer is called "hardware". this includes the discs, motherboard, any usb applications, mouse, etc.... software is the set of instructions (programs) that understand commands from the hardware (commands are keys on a keyboard or a click of the mouse etc). Some examples of software include windows xp, turbo tax, Microsoft word, iTunes, garage band, games, and so on.
some xp-installed computers do not have a feature to create backups of the system that came pre-installed. I personally had to pay $50 to hp to get a set of 8 recovery discs. no-it was not a single CD for just installing windows xp on a computer it was all the software that came on the hard-drive when i bought it. the assumption companies make is that the recovery partition on the hard-drive will never… Read More
The lens in the DVD player may be dirty and unable to read discs. And some laptops cannot play DVD-r's.