The Best Way To Deal With Recovering Data From A Gateway Desktop PC
I have a Gateway 3105 desktop computer which I recently decided to upgrade. I added some more RAM, taking out the old sticks which were there, and adding some larger ones. There was no problem until I amended the hard drive to take the new memory, and now I can’t load the operating system. The taskbar was the first to disappear, from the bottom of the screen, and after restarting it, I can’t get the PC to load the Windows OS. The light will come on at the front, and boots into the Gateway splash screen, but then immediately shuts down, so I can’t access BIOS or any other part of the operating system. I don’t think it is the fault of the RAM, as those have been in for more than a week now. There must be some other problem with the operating system which is preventing it from working. The main problem I have is that the hard drive contains a lot of data, that was part of the reason for extending the memory, and I want to keep the majority of the files and folders that I have on the drive.
I am having serious problems with a Gateway 3105 desktop computer, which I think may have some kind of virus. It has a host of difficulties, including being very slow, freezing up completely, and dropping icons off of the taskbar. It has also started to hide documents and data previously saved in the Libraries folder. I don’t know what the computer has done with those files. I have made some attempts to recover the system myself. It is only allowing me to do a reset for one particular day, which is the day that the problems began. I think that the only way that I can stop the computer from losing more of my data is to do a complete system restore from the disks. I want to know if this will prevent the OS from losing any more of my data. I still don’t know how to recover the data which has already been lost, and as I want to recover as much as possible.