Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Business Edition for PC
The function of My Briefcase in Windows Vista Business edition seems not to work. though i have managed to 'sync' to external HDD but i cannot open the folder in external HDD. heard that many users also have the same problem. i use XP in my personal laptop and the function works well. i love it. it is not so in Vista. how to solve this?
Hello, I thought Vista was retired some time ago through being a little unreliable. Now as far as Windows XP even though it was an old favorite there is no comparison in what it did and Windows 10, I have both a Surface Pro 4 tablet computer and a desktop both have Windows 10. I do wonder why people stay with even XP as it is not supported by Microsoft now and that in itself is a great risk. Thanks.
Posted on Nov 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your system is slow, then use disk cleanup and defrag very often. The file repository is a collection of drivers for many different devices and programs.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
You need to stop the service from running before you go any further...
click start>run type in 'regedit' then navigate to
Diable it from running. You can also do this by start>run type in 'gpedit.msc' and looking for the entry there, then disabling it
Once you have done that restart your machine, then look for every file on the HDD relating to ckvo.exe and deleting it. Check your %temp% folder and registry as well. When you think you have all the files empty the recycle bin, delete the key from the registry and restart the pc again.
Check to see if you can access you HDD as normal.
I cannot say for sure if this works, but it it is worth a try.
Do a google search for Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, there is a free version available, I believe Cnet Downloads have it on their site, install and update then run it, there is a good chance that the program will pick up the virus and remove it for you.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
SOURCE: Windows vista starter themes
Just load all your downloads into your computer,then right click on the desktop then press tab key written themes then click the theme you want to use.then it will change automatic.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Alot of the reason is because they don't want you to down grade from Vista to XP. But see if this helps. Start your pc, insert XP disk, as soon as the screen comes up press f12 which will allow you to choose the booting sequence, click CD- ROM and the disk should start to be read. understand this tho by downgrading you will have a hard time finding the appropiate drivers for most of your devises since they were meant to be runned by Vista. Here's a tip go find the drivers in europe (be it toshiba.europe, Dell.europe) for they are still running XP. to find the drivers for your particu;ar pc just find the series number and the last unit to run with xp and viola a working xp on a vista pc. Hope this helped
Good Luck =)
Posted on May 30, 2009
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