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answered Setting up symbolic links so they'll work with winSCP or similar program
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accepted Dying SanDisk Memory Stick Pro Duo
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answered Trying to install coreutils via MacPorts: “Error: Port coreutils not found”
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answered Repair Windows EFI system partition from linux live OS
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comment Dying SanDisk Memory Stick Pro Duo
I will try the partition editor, and I don't think it's worn out. It's fairly new and I have a separate Memory Stick Pro Duo from Sony that is years older than this one. How do you use the Gparted tool? I can't figure out how to do it. It wants to be burned to a CD or copied to a flash drive.
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revised Dying SanDisk Memory Stick Pro Duo
Part 2 added.
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comment Acer Aspire One is making noises inside the case
It was the hard drive, it died about a month ago. Everything important got moved off before it died. Until we get a new hard drive we're running linux off a flash drive.
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accepted Acer Aspire One is making noises inside the case
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comment Acer Aspire One is making noises inside the case
It is a Aspire One D257. The place where the noise seems to be coming from is about 2-3 inches from the right side and right under the bottom edge of the keyboard. I can make another recording. I didn't edit the two I posted. The noises don't go away, except when you restart. It's been off all day and when I turned it on it didn't return... an error popped up and told me that my hard drive is at risk. Now I know what the problem is. -_- The noise never returned and I turned it off now. If anyone needs me I'll be running Linux from a flash drive
Apr
10
comment Acer Aspire One is making noises inside the case
The sound is recorded from the built-in microphone, but all those sounds really are that loud. I can hear them all when it's on my lap. The fans are pretty quiet. The sound continues, even if I put it on a flat level surface. Right now the sound seems to be coming from under my right hand. The bottom right part of it, under the edge of the keyboard. I don't think there are any fans there since there aren't any places for air to blow out and I can't think of any other possible moving parts.
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