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13Rose
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"Windows 2000 installed and now external is not recognized."
Sun Jan-21-07 07:29 PM by 13Rose

  

          

My mother's computer had XP but the hard drive was super small. She has a 160 gig external and to make the computer run smoother I installed 2000. Once I did that the external no longer showed up. What am I doing wrong here. Help a brother out people. I need this external to show up.

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why did you install windows 2000?
Jan 21st 2007
1
Because the hard drive is way too small for XP
Jan 21st 2007
2
      hint: BUY A BIGGER HARD DRIVE
Jan 21st 2007
3
      check this out. I'm nobody's FUCKING MORON.
Jan 21st 2007
5
           have you checked to see if it needs a specific driver for win 2k
Jan 21st 2007
6
           2000 doesn't support USB. That you didn't know that should be a hint.
Jan 23rd 2007
25
      huh?
Jan 22nd 2007
13
           or spend shit, 40 bucks and get a much bigger drive
Jan 22nd 2007
15
I don't fuck with Externals don't know how they work but
Jan 21st 2007
4
^^^^ still has windows 2000 ^^^^
Jan 22nd 2007
7
FOH. The Doc's still using Windows 2000!
Jan 22nd 2007
8
      I don't think it was so good out of the box
Jan 22nd 2007
9
      Well yeah.
Jan 22nd 2007
10
           I think XP did recognize the drive
Jan 22nd 2007
11
      It's a plug and play USB drive.
Jan 23rd 2007
21
           The Doc would just reinstall WinXP
Jan 23rd 2007
23
its too big
Jan 22nd 2007
12
???? NTFS was made for big drives
Jan 22nd 2007
14
      I'm not talking about NTFS
Jan 22nd 2007
16
           what else would he have used?
Jan 22nd 2007
17
                ah, I mistunderstood that issue
Jan 23rd 2007
32
Just to update you all ...
Jan 23rd 2007
18
your cousins a moron too
Jan 23rd 2007
19
WTF!?! Mods calling people morans. Fuckin' Assholes.
Jan 23rd 2007
20
anybody who switches OSs before checking compatibility
Jan 23rd 2007
22
2000 doesn't support USB out of the box. You have to find drivers.
Jan 23rd 2007
24
Even Windows 98 supported USB
Jan 23rd 2007
26
yeah, but you still needed device specific drivers in 98
Jan 23rd 2007
28
I know that. But win2k did not.
Jan 23rd 2007
29
with all the service packs, in theory it should work
Jan 23rd 2007
27
      Yeah like sp5 or some shit.
Jan 23rd 2007
30
           indeed.
Jan 23rd 2007
31
Okay,
Jan 23rd 2007
33
welcome to our world
Jan 23rd 2007
34
wait... you actually took our advice...
Jan 23rd 2007
35
man, i am glad I have a mac
Jan 24th 2007
36
oh shut the fuck up
Jan 24th 2007
37
      no, no rjcc. You have to bring them SLOWLY back into reality.
Jan 24th 2007
38
      RE: oh shut the fuck up
Jan 24th 2007
39
           ...
Jan 24th 2007
40
           back away....you must back away...
Jan 24th 2007
41
           This stuff always cracks me up.
Jan 24th 2007
42
Vista drops Jan. 30. /nm/
Jan 24th 2007
43

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1. "why did you install windows 2000?"
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also, have you installed all the updates and how is the drive connected.



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2. "Because the hard drive is way too small for XP"
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With 2000 at least the machine can run smooth.

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3. "hint: BUY A BIGGER HARD DRIVE"
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unless you make minimum wage, it would cost you less in hours than troubleshooting and reisntalling all your shit.


you still didn't say how it was connected you fucking moron


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5. "check this out. I'm nobody's FUCKING MORON."
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I lost my connection before I could edit and tell you. It's connected via USB. Now calm the fuck down and ANSWER MY QUESTION!







ha.

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6. "have you checked to see if it needs a specific driver for win 2k"
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is it recognized in device manager as being connected.

have you downloaded all the windows updates


and why didn't you just buy a bigger hard drive and save all of us some fucking time

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25. "2000 doesn't support USB. That you didn't know that should be a hint."
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RJCC's an ass, but he's right. If you don't know that 2000 doesn't support USB, and you're trying to troubleshoot for her, you're WAAAAAY better off getting a bigger hard drive and sticking with XP.

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13. "huh?"
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Windows XP uses like 3 gigs, just save your time and put XP back on there

  

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15. "or spend shit, 40 bucks and get a much bigger drive"
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4. "I don't fuck with Externals don't know how they work but"
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mabey a driver issue I don't know if they even had them I do if you have an internal master with 2000 and internal slave with xp it wont work.

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7. "^^^^ still has windows 2000 ^^^^"
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8. "FOH. The Doc's still using Windows 2000!"
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and this is a weird thing indeed.

The Doc doesn't understand the problem.

Is it a USB external drive?

Did it come with drivers and ish?

Win 2000 is usually good about recognizing external drives, esp. if they're USB.

  

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9. "I don't think it was so good out of the box"
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but you'd figure once all the service packs were on it would be good to go


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10. "Well yeah."
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SP4 is pretty easy to get though.

Why didn't XP recognize that drive, THe Doc wonders.

  

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11. "I think XP did recognize the drive"
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it';s not working now that they went to 200.

going to 200 at this stage of the game is a waste of time though, and I liked windows 2000, it's just not worth the hassle, especially for somebodys mothers computer.

it makes zero sense.


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21. "It's a plug and play USB drive."
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nothing to install. I'm not at my mothers now so I can't work on it until maybe the weekend. However I am appreciative of all the feedback, even from the asshole RJCC.

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23. "The Doc would just reinstall WinXP"
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Tue Jan-23-07 12:33 PM by Dr Claw

  

          

and try it again.

Something else had to be hosing up the speed.

If you stick Windows 2000 (which The Doc uses), there's a grip of configurations The Doc makes to use it at home, starting with the deactivation of a bunch of services that just don't need to be used.

Here's a list of the services on Win2000, some of which you can and should disable for home use

(this was swiped from a page, but The Doc can't find the original link):

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# Alerter service
This service is only needed for sending administrative alerts. Used to notify admins when a server is in trouble. Set it to Manual on a home PC.

# Clipbook service
This service is a relic of NT3.x. Used to support Clipbook Viewer which allows remote viewing of the clipbook. Default for workstation is manual. Ensure it is set to manual or disabled.

# Computer Browser
The browser service is used to maintain the list of PCs you see in Network Neighborhood. This is normally a server function. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Distributed Link Tracking Client
W2K/XP service. Distributed Link Tracking Client sends notifications of files moving between NTFS volumes in a network domain. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Distributed Transaction Coordinator
W2K/XP service. Coordinates transactions that are distributed across two or more databases, message queues, file systems, or other transaction-protected resource managers. A home user can set this to Manual.

# DNS Client
W2K/XP service. Resolves and caches Domain Name System (DNS) names. This is normally provided by your ISP. Set to Manual and if you have name resolution problems, return it to Automatic.

# Fax Service
W2K/XP service. Set to Manual if you don't need fax services.

# Indexing Service
W2K/XP service. Fastfind functionality. Improves text searches. For more info see Disable FindFast. For day to day performance, I would disable it.

# Internet Connection Sharing
W2K/XP service. If you are want to share an Internet connection for your home network, then set this to Automatic. If not, leave this set to Manual.

# IPSEC Policy Agent
W2K/XP service. Manages IP security policy and starts the ISAKMP/Oakley (IKE) and the IP security driver. If not, leave this set to Manual.

# Messenger service
This service can be used to send messages. When it receives messages, they pop up on the console. With email, whats the point? Really not useful on a home PC.

# Netlogon service
Logging onto a domain? Leave it. Otherwise set it to Manual.

# Network DDE
Supports network transport of DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) connections. Such connectivity is mostly a relic from the NT 3.x days.

# NT LM Security Support Provider
Provides security to remote procedure call (RPC) programs that use transports other than named pipes. A home user can set this to Manual

# Performance Logs and Alerts
A home user can set this to Manual.

# Plug and Play
Gives something like PnP functionality but unless you are using unimodem modems, don't bother.

# QoS RSVP
W2K/XP service. Provides network signaling and local traffic control setup functionality for QoS-aware programs and control applets. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Remote Registry Service
W2K/XP service. Allows remote registry manipulation. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Routing and Remote Access
W2K/XP service. Offers routing services to businesses in local area and wide area network environments. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Runas service
W2K/XP service. Enables starting processes under alternate credentials. A home user can set this to Manual.

# Security Accounts Manager
W2K/XP service. Stores security information for local user accounts. A home user can set this to Manual unless you are using Local Security Policy Editor.

# Smart Card
W2K/XP service. Manages and controls access to a smart card inserted into a smart card reader attached to the computer. It is set to manual by default. Leave it there.

# Smart Card Helper
W2K/XP service. Provides support for legacy smart card readers attached to the computer. It is set to manual by default. Leave it there.

# Server service
You can disable the server service unless you are sharing files on your hard drive or your printer. If you have a DSL or cable modem, stop this service. Hackers will get nowhere if you do.

# Spooler
Print Spooler service in W2K/XP. Spooler in NT. Loads files to memory for later printing. If you don't have a printer, you can set it to manual.

# TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
Provides support for name resolution via a lookup of the LMHosts file. If you are not using LMHOSTS name resolution, you can set it to Manual.

# Telephony Service
Provides Telephony API (TAPI) support for programs that control telephony devices and IP based voice connections on the local computer and, through the LAN, on servers that are also running the service. Normally set to Manual on workstations. Leave it on Manual.

# Telnet
Allows a remote user to log on to the system and run console programs using the command line. Default is Manual. Leave it.

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then get up on SP4 (Microsoft lets you download this from their site).

It's what The Doc's been using after finally getting rid of Windows 98 (in 2004-05, yes, The Doc knows...)

  

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12. "its too big"
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windows nt only can see up to 137 gigs or something like that, try partitioning it into 2 100gigs

  

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14. "???? NTFS was made for big drives"
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16. "I'm not talking about NTFS"
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http://techpatterns.com/forums/about260.html

I never really used NT, so I don't how common this problem is, if he has all the updates it's not a problem I guess

  

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17. "what else would he have used?"
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the drive has to be ntfs formatted, so the 137gb issue doesn't apply, but 2000 has no problem recognizing fat32 drives over that size either. it just can't make them by default


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32. "ah, I mistunderstood that issue"
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I though it had a problem reading over 137, not making them

  

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18. "Just to update you all ..."
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I downloaded the updates for Windows 2000. Still no juice on recognizing the drive. When the computer had XP it recognized the drive and all was good. I installed 2000 on the computer because it was running extremely slow and I thought it was because there was too much of a strain using XP. The computer now runs smooth but no external to be found. And my mother only uses this computer to go online and play poker.

Any other suggestions?

My cousin recommended I update the BIOS. I've never done that before so any help is appreciated.

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19. "your cousins a moron too"
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you haven't even tried all the suggestions in this post

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20. "WTF!?! Mods calling people morans. Fuckin' Assholes."
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22. "anybody who switches OSs before checking compatibility"
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on stuff they "really need", especially when there is a better option available, is a moron.

not that I haven't done it, but its still a moronic thing to do


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24. "2000 doesn't support USB out of the box. You have to find drivers."
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2000 is a BAD idea. A BAAAD idea. Is M$ even supporting anymore.

Buy her a bigger hard drive and save yourself some trouble.

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26. "Even Windows 98 supported USB"
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out of the box. Windows 95 had marginal Windows support.

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28. "yeah, but you still needed device specific drivers in 98"
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plug and play usb really wasn't true more than 50% of the time until xp service pack 2


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29. "I know that. But win2k did not."
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27. "with all the service packs, in theory it should work"
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the problem is , even in 2000, usb is mostly working "in theory"


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30. "Yeah like sp5 or some shit."
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Anyway, HT has spoken. XP.

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31. "indeed."
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No more security updates for win2k. Go back to XP

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33. "Okay,"
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I've taken what all of you have said into consideration. I'm gonna buy another internal and re-install XP.

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34. "welcome to our world"
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where things are calculated by how much of your time it will potentially waste on bullshit.

good choice.


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35. "wait... you actually took our advice..."
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damn. You need to instruct everyone else who comes in here looking for help on how to ack right.

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36. "man, i am glad I have a mac"
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7c

  

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37. "oh shut the fuck up"
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if you had a mac and installed an operating system from 1999 you wouldn't be able to hook up shit to it either


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38. "no, no rjcc. You have to bring them SLOWLY back into reality."
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39. "RE: oh shut the fuck up"
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>if you had a mac and installed an operating system from 1999
>you wouldn't be able to hook up shit to it either
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which is why i am glad that I am on a mac. We don't install operating systems from 1999. this is 2007.

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40. "..."
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omg you're a fucking moron.



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41. "back away....you must back away..."
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42. "This stuff always cracks me up."
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I love it when Charter members with low ass post counts pop up only to post some dumbass shit.


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43. "Vista drops Jan. 30. /nm/"
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