What will happen to your computer files if you format?
Unless you back them up your going to lose them. Id recommend you back them up to an external HD. Once you format your computer everything is lost, all your files, all your settings, everything is gone.
Though if your only formatting to get rid of private data, don't just assume its gone for good. Youv'e just made it a tad harder to get them that's all. But generally speaking, format your computer and you have lost everything.
Why is your computer asking you to format a memory stick that has been used on it before and on which lots of work is saved?
It could be because you have corrupted files on it. Try using it on a different computer if you have one. If it works on a separate computer, just move all of the files off of it, format it on the computer it doesn't work with and then just move the files back onto it. This has happened to me before and that seemed to do the trick.
Steps to convert the audio/video files from SWF to MP4 files are as follows: Download and install the Pavtube Video Converter Ultiamte on your computer. Select the SWF files that you want to convert. Click "Format" and choose MP4 as output format Click the "Browse" button to specify the folder to save converted video files. Then, click "Convert" Then the conversion will be finished. It is very easy to convert video files from swf to…
Nothing. MP3 files are a perfectly legal file format. You can even purchase music in MP3 format from sites like Amazon MP3 or on Wal-Mart's online store. In order for you to be prosecuted, it would need to be proved that you downloaded them illegally, as opposed to purchasing them on a legal music site or ripping them from a CD.
If a virus in a USB is turning the files into new ones that can't be opened or deleted and you have Norton 360 is it safe to plug it in a computer to save some files and format the USB?
To clear a computer of all files you need to format the hard drive, this can be done by putting the windows CD in your CD drive and boot from it, (restart the computer with it in the drive, when prompted.. boot from CD). Follow the steps to format and install, I have heard that there are ways even after that to pull information off of the hard drive, but only a extreme expert would…
When you put a CD into a computer, you must format it. When formatting is done on your CD, you will notice it has less memory on it then what it is supposed to have. This is because the computer puts "formatting files" on the CD. These formatting files are essential to using a CD with your computer. They tell the computer where on the CD to put your files, which helps keep them from…
You can use the DOS utility which is called format. In order to be able to erase a hard drive you have to boot your computer in DOS or Linux and then to use format utility. Format does not erase files. You can still find files with recovery program. If you want to avoid this over write hard disk with a program like ErAce
A container called a filesystem needs to be created on the disk before files can be stored on the disk. The files are actually stored in the filesystem. The filesystem is basically a map of which data is stored where, what the filenames and directory names are, which files are in which directories, who owns the files, what permissions the files have, and when the files were last accessed and/or modified.
You can use an SD slot on your computer or USB card reader. Pick up the device in your hard drive/memory area, interrogate the card and delete individual files or format it. In MS Windows. Click 'start' , 'My Computer'. Identify your card icon. Right click on it and select 'format' from the choice bar. The device that uses an SD card, usually have a function for deleting files or formatting.