I am not ready yet to do the splitting of the hard disk. I need to read a bit more about it. Even using a program to guide me through the partition, I will probably have to choose
from options, or enter concrete information (like the size for the OS partition, the drive letter, the name of the partition etc) and so far I am not sure exactly what to do.
Meanwhile, because now we are dealing with the different drivers, I wanted to mention another problem - with my Microsoft LifeCam. This same thing has been happening very,
very often before the clean installation of the OS and it happened again two days ago.
I was trying to restart the computer and couldn't. Startup Repair was checking for problems - could nor repair and gave me this information:
Problem Event Name Startup Repair offline
Problem signature 01 - 6.1.7600.16385
Problem signature 02 - 6.1.7600.16385
Problem signature 03 - unknown
Problem signature 04 - 47
Problem signature 05 - Autofailover
Problem signature 06 - 1
Problem signature 07 - No Root cause
Locale ID - 1033
I sent information about the problem and got this reply:
If you have recently attached a device to this computer, such as camera or portable music player, remove it and restart your computer.
I unplugged the camera and Windows loaded.
What I found yesterday by chance on a Microsoft site is this(I don't know if it is relevant)
Microsoft LifeCam Readme and Troubleshooting Information
Windows 7 requires that .NET be enabled for LifeCam software to run
In order to use the LifeCam software, you must first enable.NET in the Windows 7 Control Panel.
During LifeCam software setup, if .NET is not enabled, it will automatically be enabled without
notification. After setup, if .NET is turned off, the LifeCam software will stop working.
My camera does not stop working - the computer does.
Edited by pomognetemi, 30 October 2013 - 12:47 PM.