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format your usb into ' fat32 ' and ist done

Microsoft... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

Have you tried running SFC /SCANNOW. This is a System file Integrity Checker from Windows, which would check for integrity of the important files used by Windows during booting.

Microsoft... | Answered on Feb 05, 2015

print preview is just what it says, I never have seen it exactly as what i want to print.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

try uninstalling kapersky and then try internet explorer

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 26, 2015

eject the cd/dvd from cd-room and start copying .. when copy is finished put cd/dvd in cd-room and write these files to cd
all above actions done without any prgrams with Xp sp2

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 26, 2015

I suggest you visit this website http://www.spywareremovaltoolkit.com/Adware.html to get more info about how to remova adware and spyware.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015

The security type on the router is probably newer than the hardware on your xp machine. who ever you rent from may reset the security to WEP or the newest your computer supports for you.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015

You can use word or excel depending on how you want the finished product to look. In excel you can use grid lines to make easier reading. The cells or boxes are adjustable in size so you can change them as you go. If you naver used your excel or word your programs will have a tutorial in it, you should watch this and it will teach you the basics so you can get started and experiment as you go if you like. HP and Microsoft also offer free on line classes if you like what your doing and would like to take advanced classes to learn more. Have fun and type your paper it will be easier than you think.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015

Visit http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and download, install and run their free software. It is capable of getting rid of that trojan/virus.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015

if its a graphicks card, just borrow one fom a friend. You can go to device manager on your computer and if there is a yellow exclamation mark on you graphics card then there is a problem with it.
You maybe have a in-built graphicks. If so just add a card to your external slot on your motherboard. Also you do not mention what card is the problem. Maybe updates is all you need.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014

Look here: http://www.lg.com/uk/support/software-manuals#
I don't know, what is your Operating System. Please check compabitility. I can't find J21.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 28, 2014

when you are not connected to the network there is no server to pull the web page/url from.

you need to be connected to the network.? can we be reassured you are connected to the network. if not there are setting that need to be set in tools/internet options make sure you have automatic proxy.

good luck

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 26, 2014

splashpro you must accept their privacy statement.

is this still a problem? please try to reinstall and make sure you read and enter all information that is needed by splashpro

good luck

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 26, 2014

why were you trying to use truefaster?
if this is why (window true faster free download - Win Utilities 5.0: Tune up, Clean, Repair and Optimize System Performance, and much more programs.)

vanilla windows XP has much more capability than this.
we would suggest windows, malwarebytes, ccleaner, avast or security essentials. with regular updates and restarting is ALL YOU NEED. other applications cause your system to become DIRTY.

please try to clean (uninstall) unused, and bad programs. use your task manager to clean your system.

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Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 26, 2014

If you mean by "o/e" you go to the Tools, Accounts, Mail tab. Select the account you wish to remove, and click on delete.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014

Yes. We have used it many times with Windows XP SP2 (I assume by XP2 you mean XP SP2.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014

This depends on two questions: 1) can you currently boot the system into Windows okay; and 2) Do you wish to save your pictures, documents, videos, music and/or other data?

If you don't care or can't open the system to retrieve the data, then you can do a full "wipe and replace." If you need that data or just wish to repair the system without data loss, you can do a "boot and repair." I'll start with the last and then tell you about the first.

"Boot and Repair"

First, if you don't have an external CD Drive you may have a difficult time of it. But if you do here are the general steps:

1) Get a OEM copy of the XP CD. Hopefully you have the COA (i.e license number) somewhere. It is usually affixed to the bottom of the system. I'd write it down before I started as it's a real pain to hold the thing up to look under it as you are trying to type it when asked.

2) Attach the CD drive.

If you just wish to repair and can boot into Windows, boot into Windows, put the CD into the drive. Once the setup program starts press "Install" and then select "Upgrade." This will repair the current Windows installation, though you may have to then re-install your programs. It will also leave your accounts, data, and setting intact so you will be okay.

If you wish to actually re-install from scratch and don't care about all those files or have backed them up,

2) Attach the CD drive and put the XP CD in it. Start (or restart) the system and press the F10 key...repeat about once per second until you get a boot menu that lists your external CD drive. Select that and boot.

3) Once you get started the system will ask you if you wish to Repair the system (this is the first time you are asked....there will be another). If you wish to use Recovery Console and know what you are doing, select that though you probably should skip it.

4) After notifying the system to "continue" by pressing the ENTER key you will be asked to read the license agreement. Most people don't but I'll summarize it for you here: Do not use the COA license key on the bottom of the system on any other system. You can only install it on THIS system and should you want to use it on another it's probably breaking a contract.

5) Once you have pressed the F8 key you will be taken to an other option to "Repair" This is where you can "repair" XP (with limited success usually) or (re-Install it.) If you select "repair" there is little you can do to repair it so I'd skip that.

6) Now you get to select Install. If you have a Windows operating system on the drive you must make a difficult decision: "Do I install over the current system, or do I wipe the drive and install a fresh version?" Doing the first will install Windows into a folder called "Windows.000" which may, and probably will, confuse you and cause a lot of problems in the future. I don't recommend it, but the option is there and the comments starting at step 8 are just as applicable to using that folder.

7) If you choose to "wipe" the drive, which I suggest you do, you will now simply tell the system to format (rather than leave the file system intact). From here on out Windows installation is pretty straight forward. Just put the license key in when asked and that's about it. However, you aren't yet done once Windows is installed.

8) Go to Intel support and find the drivers for your system and install them. Drivers are those things that make your hardware able to really talk to Windows. There may be drivers for sound, usb, video, wireless networking, and other things. The best thing to do is to go to Intel, support, look up your model, go to the "downloads" part of your model and download everything. Save them to a place on your drive and when done, install them.

9) Finally, after you have the OS (Windows) and the Drivers installed you only need to re-install your software: antivirus, office suite, etc... and you will be done! Put the data back and you will have everything restored and working much better.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 18, 2014

hi, it seems that there is a few ppl having trouble with games i have found some info on games crashing, has the game ever crashed before or is it a new installation?

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 14, 2014

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