|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
|replacing hard drive||norton2002||Support||Windows||4 days ago||8 Replies|
|win 10 network/ethernet problem||norton2002||Microsoft||Windows||4 months ago||18 Replies|
I am trying to replace my win10 80G hard drive with 300G drive.
I cloned the drive except that I increased the partition size from 80G to 300G.
When I boot the new drive, I get the following.
Your PC/Device needs to be repaired.
A required device isn’t connected or can’t be accessed.
Error code 0x000000e
Press F8 for Startup Setting
When I press F8 I get:
The application or OS couldn’t be loaded because a required file is missing or contains errors:
I ran Spinrite on the drive and it is all good.
What is going wrong?
Is there a more reliable way to replace drives?
Any advice here will be appreciated.
I have an old win xp pc with a DAVICOM network adapter connected to a Pace 4111N gateway using Ethernet cable. That setup works fine.
I also have a win 10 Dell desktop pc with a Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller. When I move that Ethernet cable to my Dell desktop pc it takes minutes to open a web page and most of the time I get “server not found”. Win 10 says that I have an internet connection, the diagnostics say no problem found, the device manager says the device is working properly and the router shows a connection to the pc. Any ideas on this? Thanks