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Microsoft... | Answered 14 hours ago

Open Notepad (Start>Programs>Accessories>Notepad).

Copy and paste the following text into the program: lol=msgbox("",16,"Error")

26319026-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-2.jpg In between the two adjacent quotation marks, type the error message you wish to appear in the popup (eg. lol=msgbox("Example",16,"Error")).

Click File>Save As. 26319026-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-9.jpg In the 'Save type as' dropdown, change the setting from 'Text Documents' to 'All files'. Then, as your file name, type your file name (when you open the file, it will trigger the popup), followed by '.vbs' (eg. Example.vbs). Then, in the 'save in' dropdown, select a place where you can access your file. When you have selected your desired place to save the file, click 'save' to save your file.

Open 'My Computer' (Start>My Computer) and find your newly-created file.
Open the file, and your error message should pop up on the screen!


Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Connect the affected USB drive to your computer. When the files on your USB drive have been changed to shortcuts, your files are actually still there in a hidden location. This process will restore the files so that you can see them again.
  • Do not run any of the shortcuts on the USB drive, or you risk spreading the infection.

Determine the drive letter of the USB drive. You'll need to know the drive letter for the USB drive or memory card that has been affected by the virus. The quickest way to find this is to open the "Computer"/"This PC" window. The drive letter for the USB drive will be listed next to the drive label.
  • Press Win+E to open the window on any version of Windows.
  • Click the Folder button in your taskbar to open the window.
  • Click "Computer" in the Start menu if you're using Windows 7 or Vista.
Open the Command Prompt. You'll be performing the fix using a few quick Command Prompt commands. The process for opening the Command Prompt varies depending on the version of Windows you are using:
  • Any version - Press Win+R and type "cmd" to launch the Command Prompt.
  • Windows 8 and newer - Right-click the Windows button and select "Command Prompt."
  • Windows 7 and older - Open the Start menu and select "Command Prompt."


Type .attrib -h -r -s /s /d X:\*.*and press? Enter. Replace Xwith your USB drive's letter. For example, if your USB drive's letter is E, typeattrib -h -r -s /s /d E:\*.* and press ? Enter.[1]
  • This will unhide the files, remove any read-only attributes, and remove the shortcuts.
  • The process may take a while to complete, depending on how much data is on the USB drive.
Open the unnamed folder created on your USB drive. This folder will contain all of the data that was previously hidden by the infection.

26319209-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-20.jpg Copy the recovered data to a safe location on your computer. This is a temporary location while you finish cleaning the drive. You can create a folder on your desktop to hold the files for now. Just drag the files from your USB drive to whichever folder you choose.
  • It may take a while to copy large amounts of data.
Right-click on your drive in "Computer"/"This PC" and select "Format." This will open the Format window.
  • The formatting process will completely erase the drive, so make sure that you've copied your data off of it first.
Uncheck "Quick Format" and click "Start." Unchecking "Quick Format" will scan for and remove the infection on the USB drive. The format process will likely take a while to complete. 26319209-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-44.jpg

Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Open the Start menu of the PC, and select Run.


Type regedit in the text area and press OK. The registry editor opens. 26319213-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-2.jpg Click on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

26319213-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-5.jpg Expand SOFTWARE then Microsoft

Expand Windows then CurrentVersion, then Run. On the right hand panel of the registry editor there will appear a list of program items which are related to the startup of the PC.

26319213-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-14.jpg Locate the item called MSConfigReminder and select it. Go to the Editor's drop down Favorites menu and click add so that the editor will go straight to the item in future, should it ever be necessary.
  • Then, with the MSConfigReminder item still selected, press delete to remove it, and close the editor.

  • There is no need to save anything for the editor; it is saved automatically as it closes.
  • On next startup the offending pop-up will have gone.


Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Edit the Registry. It is always wisest to start the registry editing process by making a backup of the registry files. You can do this within the Registry Editor. Simply click Start > Search> regedit to launch this editing tool
  • Within the Registry Editor, all of the entries that have been recorded in the system are displayed. It is important to exercise extreme caution when editing the registry, as failure to do so properly could result in a host of different challenges for the computer user. In order to avoid this from occurring, computer users should carefully read up on how the registry works and be certain to modify only files they recognize and identify when performing these activities.
26319214-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-0.jpg Modify Entries. When an entry that needs to be modified has been found, simply right-click on the entry to see a list of properties. Here, the user can delete or modify any entry that he wishes to have permanently removed. For those applications that have created startup demands within the registry, the simple removal of the relevant piece of information should serve to prevent the computer system from running the application in question without the user's explicit instruction to do so again.

Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

You want to shut down your computer but the Start Tab won't work? What you need is you very own. A shutdown/restart button and also an abort button if you change your mind after remembering that your 2000 line Essay is in there and you forgot to save.
Right click, select new and then shortcut.
A pop-up should appear. 26319217-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-2.jpg
In the pop up, put in "shutdown -r -t0". (Without the quotes.)
26319217-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-35.jpg Hit Finish, and name it anything.

26319217-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-44.jpg Change the icon if you want.


Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Ensure that you aren't muted. The Windows Sound icon is small, and it can be tough to see if you are muted or not. Click the Sound icon in the System Tray and then click the Speaker button in the pop-up that appears to toggle the mute
  • If you don't have a sound icon, then your sound drivers are likely not installed correctly.


Inspect the speaker or headphone connection to the computer. A bad connection is one of the most common causes of no sound, and is also one of the easiest to fix. Make sure that your speakers or headphones are plugged in completely, and that the cables and connectors aren't damaged.

Ensure that your speakers are connected to the right port. Make sure that your speakers are plugged into the correct port on the back of your computer. The green port is most commonly used for external speakers, while the orange and black ports are used for surround sound systems and subwoofers. The pink port is for microphones.

Make sure your speakers are powered and turned on. Many speakers require a power connection, and may need to be turned on in order to work. Check the volume controls on the speakers as well to make sure that they're turned up enough to hear.

Reconnect your HDMI cable. A common problem for HDMI users is that no sound comes out of the speakers that the HDMI cable is connected to. A simple fix for this is to unplug and then replug the HDMI cable, which should switch the default playback device to the HDMI device.

Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

System 32 error is the most common error which can halt the smooth work flow and make you feel dejected. Most of the people are still searching about "What is System 32 error?" why it happens? How does it affect? And what you can do to eliminate it? If you are also one of them then your search ends here, in this article I will let you know about the answers of all your questions regarding the System 32 error. I have looked up several forums, tech blogs and well renowned websites to collect the information.

System 32 is the one of the most important file hidden inside your computer which contains vital information required to function your computer properly. System 32 files generally located in the system drive C:\Windows\System32 in my PC (location on your computer can be different).

Causes of System 32 error:


Check for a corrupted Windows registry. The most common reason of System 32 error is the corrupted registry which can lead to computer freeze. The most common affected files are Config.nt, autorun.inf and svchost.exe etc.
Check for malware and other "nasties" on your computer. It can also be caused due to malwares which causes your computer to respond in undesired ways. Most of the malware enters your computer through spam mails and adware's.

Check for bad system files downloaded via the Internet. System 32 error can be triggered when you update your system files via internet. Some of the sites which promise to provide full version of software contain corrupted files or even are the Trojans which causes lethal damage by uploading virus on your computer.

Check for hardware issues. When you replace or add any hardware then it may be possible that it's not compatible to your existing computer setup which can create problem in the operating system. This can result in the System 32 error or you may hear different types of sounds during booting period of computer. 26319222-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-14.jpg Check for faulty software update issues. Any software update of your computer can also lead to unwanted changes in the registry which inhibits your computer to function properly.


Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Run SugarSync Manager and log in

Navigate through your files and folders under SugarSync until you find the folder to use for collaboration. To navigate folders, just double-click on the folders.

Right-click on the folder. This will bring out the context menu.

Go to "SugarSync" and select "Share." The Share window will appear.

Click on the "Share Privately" button on the left of the Share window. Only people you invite will be able to join this private shared folder.

Choose the recipients. Under the Recipients box, type in the email addresses of all the people you want to share this folder with. These people will need SugarSync accounts in order to join your shared folder.

Add a personal message. There is a text box under "Recipients" where you can add a custom or personal message to welcome them and give them a background of your folder. This is optional though.

Send the invitation. When you're ready, click on the "Send Invitation" button. An email will be sent to your recipients inviting them to join your shared folder. Once your recipients accept the invitation, your shared folder will be created, downloaded, and synced on their computers.


Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

If you are using the Remote Desktop Connection option of Windows, then the only option it provides is to logout. If however, you can get to the Command Prompt (Admin), then you can use the 'shutdown' command from the command prompt window. Type in 'shutdown /?' to see a list of options.

Microsoft... | Answered 3 days ago

Hello what Windows operating system you need to shutdown?

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 21, 2016

A good anti-virus software which is free should do that. OR you can get software from the net to do it.
To avoid it reappearing always choose the advanced options when download things off the net. This will make certain and rogue software isn't forced on you.

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 21, 2016

Follow these steps: Control panel, System and Security, Windows Firewall.
You should see the options then to turn it on or off.

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 21, 2016

hold the on button down for three - five seconds

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 20, 2016

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