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Add network support to windows 7

By default, Windows Live Movie Maker will not let you upload files on a network, but a quick registry tweak will change this. Run regedit, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows Live \ Movie Maker, you must add a DWORD value named AllowNetworkFiles and set it to 1 to add support network.

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how i can reuse the norton 360 v 4.3.0.5 Its trial period is expired. Plz send me product key or trial reseter. special thanks


Please remove the existing version of Norton program from the control panel, then go ahead and delete all Symantec and Norton files from the computer's C or D drive.

After that, open your registry and first take a back up just in case anything get deleted by mistake.
Then delete all Norton and Symantec files from HK CURRENT USER, HKEY LOCAL MACHINE, HKEY USERS, HKEY CURRENT CONFIG.

You can click on the SOFTWARE folder in each class to find the Norton files if any.
To open your registry editor, type regedit in RUN command (windows key+R)

After that you can again install a trial version of Norton for 30 days.

Feb 05, 2011 | Symantec Norton 360 Full Version for PC...

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Hauppauge ImpactVCB 166 make setting default to S-Video


it should just be a setting under options in the driver controll panle for the video card
the next way is probly above your technical abilities

if you care to try here is how
find the folder in programs files if not there check in the main c drive
once you find the driver folder for the video card you have to find the file that controls the settings
mostlikely ending in .ini
if your lucky it will be a simple text file that you can open with notepad
your going to have to do some research on what the proper wording is to make the setting defult to s-video
who know it might be just that simple

you could also try the registy approach and change the setting in the registry that says what the defualt is saposed to be this method is the fastest and esayest way it is also the proper way if the setting is unavalible from the video cards controll panle.

the hard part is finding the corect registry entry to edit or modify
to get into the registry
start/run/enter in the field "regedit" then click ok
the registry editor should now be open

be highly advised making mistakes in here can and will corupt your system to the point of not working at all
if you dont know what the hkey is for dont tinker with it you will be sorry if you do
export any key you plan on changing befor you change it thus if you do make a mistake you can simply double click the exported hkey to restore it back to its original state
note for some Hkeys this wont be a fix it because your system wont even boot after you corupt the Hkey
good lucky making the change you need to make and check the setting of the card driver first look for tabs and sub menues boxes that say advanced on them check thru those first

Feb 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I am trying restore windows vista on my ACER Aspire 5100 but a message keep coming up saying that Windows cannot open the required file D:SourcesInstall.wim. It also says the file does not exist and to make sure all files required for installation are required and I get the error code 0x80070002


This error is due to....
  • The default security provider in Windows XP, or
  • the System drive letter
  • To solve dis issue.. try one of the methods
    1)Reset Windows XP Default Security Provider
    1. Open Start menu, select Run, type regedit and then press Enter.
    2. In the Registry Editor window, locate and delete the following registry keys:
      HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Cryptograp hy\Providers
      HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20\Software\Microsoft\Cryptograp hy\Providers
    3. Exit the Registry Editor and restart your PC
    2)Reset The System Drive Letter
    1. Start your computer in Safe Mode-turn on the PC, and press F8 during startup. Next, when the Windows Advanced Options menu is displayed, scroll down and select Safe Mode.
    2. Open Start menu, select Run, type regedit and then press Enter.
    3. In the Registry Editor window, locate the following registry keys:
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    4. Edit this key to change the value of the system drive.
    5. Exit the Registry Editor and then restart your PC

    Mar 20, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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    slow start...


    Hello there...

    Keep in mind this
    1) OS ?
    2) How you format your HD. FAT32? or NTFS? how many times?
    perhaps you got a bad sector on your HD.
    3) verify your CMOS, if you enable 32 enhance mode.
    4) Check if you do a quick format? or regular format (takes long)
    example: on C: Format C:
    5) Antivirus you got? Norton 360? Avg? this could sometimes slow down a bit the systems, and resourses.
    6) Memory problems? check
    7) Your pagefile? on advance setting in SYSTEM, control panel. put in ( let windows decide...)
    thats it
    happy nice time
    Open Sky

    Jan 23, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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