my quite normal install with couple of extras took 4.8gb
but for bare minimum, it says here that 1.5-1.8gb with system restore and 750mb-1.23gb without system restore function (installed from the CD):
Download Rufus it more better as it have fixes for old pcs than Bootice
Looks you have made mistake in Partition Scheme or Target system in Bootice while making bootable USD
For Old PC select the settings I have shown but
1.If you have made partitions as GPT before then only choose GPT ...
An outdated driver can be the cause for the issue. You can update Apple Mobile Device Driver to fix it.
Press Windows+ R to open Run window, type “devmgmt.msc” and hit Enter to open Device Manager.
Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers > Right-click Apple Mobile Device USB Driver.
Select Update Driver Software and Search automatically for updated ...
I've also had success dragging the subdirectory over to the root directory, then using a renaming program (I like Rename Maestro) to shorten names (e.g. delete the last 20 characters), then dragging the subdirectory back to its original location. When you've given files long names with useful information, losing those characters isn't wonderful but it's ...
For closing all windows of a program by using only the keyboard:
windows button > esc > tab > right arrow till you reach desired program > right-mouse button > arrow up > enter
Note: This only works when 'always combine' is selected in the taskbar options and your keyboard has a right-click mouse button, usually somewhere next to the ...
This is possible with VirtualBox .
You need to create a natnetwork , you can do it by command line .
VBoxManage natnetwork add --netname natnet1 --network "192.168.15.0/24" --enable
And for each VM , change the Adapter 1 to be attach to a NAT Network
After rebooting , each VM must be able to ping other VM and ping outside .
ping 18.104.22.168 must work
I tried many things over many months; the best guess I've heard so far is that there is some driver incompatibility that occurs when Windows begins to load/show the desktop.
I never learned how to log the entire driver-loading process during boot-up.
That said, there was one thing I haven't tried: Macrium Reflect's ReDeploy feature which supposedly ...
This could be because of backups to that drive from Windows XP or Window ME. I would go ahead with a checkdisk and if the files are not shown properly after that I would try a FAT recovery utility such as GetDataBack for FAT.
Windows XP had support for NTFS but it was not common usage. If it was your system drive then that would explain the DAT files since ...
Any troubles with Windows XP "should be sovled" with an update to a newer version of Windows, unless it's a hardware failure which it just as well might be.
You can always try to ask back in the 90's..
Or press and hold F2 on boot and make sure your hard drive with windows is first boot and not some (non existing) USB device.