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File conversion Could you tell me how to convert software setup files like application file types into its origin file formats,  if there are paticular softwares available for these, then plz tell me the names

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How do i restore my files back on my computor


You can either drag and drop files on to the desktop or into a open folder of choice.Or you can right click any file ....copy (this leaves the original on the backup device) and paste into a file or folder.if a file in the computer has been corrupted or deleted then open the folder and copy the backup file into it.never move it because you will lose the backup copy.

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Can't delete garbage file on SD Card


The best way would be to format the card. There is an industry standard program for that here: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/
Its free.

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I have a LS8EQ printer, I am receiving a message reading "exception trap" then the printer turns off. I am using .38mmX7.6m tape. It only displays this error when using font size 10, but it will print...


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Why isn't my clickfree C6 backing up my files on the second time I needed to backup my files it just keep saying that it is backing up but all colums saying 0


It would appear that your Clickfree C6 is stuck on searching when attempting to backup. If you find that the backup is stuck at this phase, where 0 files are backed up and the status reads "searching for files": you should be able to resolve this issue by applying an update from Clickfree's website.


Pre-requisites:
-Administrator rights
-A computer using Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (32-bit, or 64-bit is okay)
-The C6 must be detected correctly by the computer (where both CF_Storage and Clickfree_System appear in Computer/My Computer)


Try the following to resolve the Stuck on Searching issue:
1. Ensure that your Clickfree device is plugged into USB
2. Close any open applications that may be running
3. Using a web browser, navigate to the following address: http://www.storage-corp.com/customerservice/C6_Updater_search_issue.exe
• The website will prompt for a username, use: cssupport
• The website will prompt for a password, use: cssupport
4. When prompted, save the file to your desktop
5. Double click on the file named "C6_Updater_search_issue.exe"
6. The update will take place automatically. Do not close the update application until completion.
7. When the update is complete, click on the OK button
8. Disconnect your Clickfree from USB
9. Plug the Clickfree back into USB


Attempt another backup to see if the issue persists.

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Acer bios reset


Hi,

Please remove the CMOS Battery from the Motherboard for 10-15 seconds and re-insert it.After that system BIOS will without password and default setting .configure system BIOS according to your requirement.

Nov 19, 2009 | Computer Cases

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HELP ME


hi there my friend,

we have the hard way and then we have the easy way...

the hard way is to bootup with your bootable xp cd .follow the installation guide ..then.put in your key when you get the chance to ..and finish the installation. then apply service pack 2 to your installation .. and you're done...

the easy way would be to make a Slipstream Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD....which you can use each time you need to fix your system.

1 - Download the (full) "Network Install" of the Service Pack (English version [266 MB]), and save it to a directory (folder) on your hard drive (in my case D:\XP-SP2). Other languages can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Web site.

Note: do not use spaces in the folder name!

2 - copy your Windows XP CD to your hard drive. Just create a folder (I used \XP-CD), and copy all the contents of your Windows XP CD in that folder.

3 - , open a Command Prompt (Start > Run > cmd), and go to the folder where you downloaded SP2 (cd \foldername). Type the command: servicepack filename /integrate:drive/path. In my example the command is WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU /integrate:D:\XP-CD.

Extract SP2 files

If you get the error:

This service pack can't be integrated error

This is caused by the fact that your Windows XP CD contains updates that will be automatically installed when you run setup. This type of CD's will usually be from larger OEM suppliers (like Dell, HP, or others).

You cannot use this type of CD to create a slipstreamed SP2 install.

First, the files will be extracted, and next they will be integrated in your Windows XP files:

Updating Windows Share

When ready, you should get a confirmation. Windows XP Service Pack 2 has now been Slipstreamed into your original Windows XP files.

Slipstream Completed


Creating a Bootable CD

For this part I used IsoBuster and Nero Burning ROM 6

After you install IsoBuster, you can choose to use only the product's free functionality for what we want to do, IsoBuster will look like the image below (you need to have your original Windows XP CD in the CD-ROM drive).

Start to extract the boot loader from the original Windows XP CD. Using IsoBuster, select the "folder" Bootable CD, and right-click Microsoft Corporation.img. From the menu choose Extract Microsoft Corporation.img, and extract it to the folder on your hard drive where you have your Windows XP files (D:\XP-CD in my case).

Extract Boot Image

Next, start Nero Burning ROM, and choose CD-ROM (Boot) in the New Compilation window. On the Boot tab, select Image file under Source of boot image data, and browse to the location of the Microsoft Corporation.img file. Also enable Expert Settings, choosing No Emulation, and changing the Number of loaded sectors to 4 (otherwise it won't boot!)

Nero Boot Settings

The ISO tab should be configured correctly as shown below:

Nero ISO Settings

If you have an older version of Nero you won't have the option Do Not Add ";1" ISO file version extention under Relax ISO Restrictions. You won't be able to boot your new CD, so update Nero!
You can configure the Label tab to your liking, I would however recommend that you keep the Volume Label the same as on your original Windows XP CD. Here are some (English) Labels:

* Windows XP Professional: WXPCCP_EN
* Windows XP Home: WXHCCP_EN
* Windows XP Professional OEM: WXPOEM_EN
* Windows XP Home OEM: WXHOEM_EN

Nero Label Settings

Next press New, and from the File Browser window, select the files and folders from your slipstreamed location (in my case D:\XP-CD). Now drag & drop the selected files in the ISO1 window.

Copy Files

Next, burn your new CD.

Burn

You now have a Bootable, Slipstreamed Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD!

Apr 28, 2008 | Computer Cases

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PC PROBLEM


hi there,
today i was doing my normal thing when i came to find this little tool call flash disinfector...

u can download this file from this link:-
http://experi3nc3.wordpress.com/2007/05/10/flash-disinfector-by-subs/

Apr 22, 2008 | Computer Cases

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C:/,d:/ problem


hi there,
firstly u had a virus on your system... but u know this aleady... so lets deal with what the virus left behind...

try this out:-

Open the Windows "Start" menu and select "Run...". In the Run box type

C:\autorun.inf -r -h -s and click OK
then
E:\autorun.inf -r -h -s
OK and so on for all affected drives.

Finally check the volume root of each drive for autorun.inf file.
Is that file present in any drive? If so, manually delete it.

then do this:-

1. You have to tell Windows to show hidden and protected system files first.

2. Then you should search your computer for all instances of files with the name autorun (ANY extension) and delete them. DO NOT DOUBLE-CLICK on discs that have any such files because you will again be infected!

3. Launch regedit - but make sure u backup your reg. first...

a ) Find the key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows NT/Current Version/Winlogon
and check the value of the parameter Userinit. This should read C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe, nothing more.
If Windows is installed on another disc, then, of course the disc will be indicated.

b ) Completely delete the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version/Explorer/MountPoints2.

This last step should be repeated for all user accounts on your computer. You should then restart your computer and that's it.

Apr 21, 2008 | Computer Cases

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Sound device is uninstall


hi there,
firstly do u have the sound drivers as an .exe file ... if so just run this file on your system and it should install everything needed for your sound card including drivers and software....

the other method would be to get the driver file and save it on your desktop or somewhere u can access ....and this is for a non .exe driver file...

go to device manager > right click on the unknown device ..in this case its your sound > go to update driver> and point to where u save your sound drivers and install....

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