Asked in Cars & VehiclesChevy BlazerGrand Prix SE
Cars & Vehicles
Grand Prix SE
What would be wrong with your 1993 Grand Prix SE if the car drives fine in drive but does not work in reverse?
Why would a car stall in drive but not in reverse?
Asked in Hard Disk Drives
How can you transfer the hard drive from your external hard drive to your computer?
Asked in Jeep Grand Cherokee
What causes a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee to shift into reverse but not back up?
Asked in USB Flash Drives
Is the USB memory flash drive available in a choice of writable and rewritable models?
All USB flash drives (also known as thumb drives, pen drives, etc) are used as you would use the internal hard-drive inside your computer. Such flash drives come in many styles and capacities, and files can be written to, deleted from, and formatted as you would to hard-drives. It is advised that flash drives are unmounted before being removed to ensure all writing is complete and to avoid possible corrupting of the flash drive.
What does a slave drive do?
On the older style ATA drives, now called PATA or simply IDE, each drive chain had two positions for drives. One was called the Master, and the other the Slave drive. The drives performed in exactly the same manner, and the only difference most people would notice was that the Master drive was given a drive letter before the slave drive. In short, a Slave drive does everything a Master drive does.
Asked in Computers, Data Storage Devices
What are the three disk drives in a computer?
Asked in Computers
How are drives identified on a Windows-based computer?
The first two floppy drives, if present, are A: and B:. Then, the first active partition on the first hard drive is C: If there is a second physical hard drive, it would be D: ... additional partitions on the hard drives, if active, would get letters after that. The optical drive is normally lettered after the last hard drive partition. So, if you have a computer with 1 floppy, one hard drive with a single partition, and a CD Rom drive, the floppy would be A:, the hard drive would be C:, and the CDRom would be D: In more recent operating systems, however, you can re-arrange drive letters using the storage management tool; but the above is the "normal" arrangement.
Where is the c drive and a d drive and a f drive?
Well, the c drive is usually the first hard disk drive (hard drive for short) in your computer, with d, e, and f being additional hard drives, or at least spaces that if used all at once would lead to an f drive. As for the a and b drives, they are reserved for floppy disk drives, or floppies for short. The C drive is what came with your computer. It is the default drive where all of your system info, & programs. The D drive could be a "partition" which is still on the C drive, but set up as a separate drive. The CD-ROM is usually labeled as the D drive. The F drive could be a memory stick(or other storage media) that is in a USB port. Drives D, E, F, G, and so on could also be additional hard drives that have been installed on your computer.
Asked in Pontiac Grand Am
What would make a 2002 grand am shake when you put it in reverse?
Why would our 2004 Grand Caravan not move when shifted forward or reverse?
Asked in Buick, Buick Park Avenue
Why would your 1995 Buick run in park neutral and drive in reverse but stall when put in drive?
Asked in Asian Cars
My 1994 4 runner will not reverse drives forward great?
Asked in Hard Disk Drives
Does HP offer any type of internal storage for external drives?
Why would a 2004 Ford Freestar jerk when you drive in reverse?
Asked in Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan
Why would a 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan transmission fail only in reverse?
Why would a car not go in drive or reverse when it has been off for a while?
Asked in Grand Am GT
What would cause your 2000 grand am gt to idle rough in reverse and drive but smooth out in neutral and park have already changed plugs and wires no codes coming up.?