Windows 7, Vista, USB File Copy / Transfer Speed Slow

When transferring files from one medium to another within the computer or outside it, sometimes due to bugs the process becomes painfully slow. This could be from one folder to another or from the computer to an external hard drive.

These slow transfers leave the user in a fix as how to get things done quickly, this becomes all the more important when the user is in a hurry. The bar that displays “calculated left time” only makes the process slower then helping the entire process. This is enviable regardless of which method one uses, whether he drags and drops it, or he cut –copy –pastes it or he uses “send to”. However there are eleven solutions to fix this problem.

Reinstall Missing Boot manager In Windows 7, Vista

When switching on the computer, if we encounter a bootmgr message. It means that we have deleted a vital file, of windows vista/7. The message is meant to warn us that the vital file is the reason for the software not working. It is meant to let the individual, solve this problem easily.

The Problem can be fixed by simply inserting the windows Vista/7 disk, an following a set procedure.

The steps to follow are such:

1. Insert Windows Vista/7 DVD media into DVD-ROM drive, and boot up your computer using CD-ROM drive. If your computer doesn’t boot up or at least prompt you to ask whether to boot up with CD-ROM drive, you need to change the boot up sequence setting in your BIOS.