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Computer my laptop is under troubleshoot that its desktop ikons,toolbar menu, refreshing buttons ,and the background is blank but the inside programs could be opened through task manager. none of the documents is affected.

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Hey your system is affecting by a virus
restart your pc on safe mode by pressing F8 During the booting process then restore it to a back date where its working fine

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Why does yahoo web pages start to open and than goes blank?


where are you? what is your country name? what is your browser?

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Is your PC dragging? Does your broadband network creep along at dial-up speeds? Do Web pages take forever to load on your smart phone? Don't wait! These fixes will get you back into the fast lane.

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When shopping for a new graphics board, select one that fits the slot on your PC. In most newer systems, it will be a PCI-Express slot; some older systems may have only PCI or AGP slots. Fortunately, graphics card makers still sell products to fit older slots, so an outdated motherboard need not be a total obstacle.With your new board at the ready, open the PC's case and locate the existing graphics card. Before attempting to pull it loose, remove the screw holding it down and release any plastic clips on the motherboard that may be securing it. Once the old card is out of the way, slide the new board straight down into the slot until it is firmly seated and the plastic clip on the motherboard has snapped tightly around it.Newer PCI-Express graphics boards often use so much juice that they require a special PCI-E power line from the computer's power supply. If you've installed such a card, connect this power line (the board may have two) before closing up the case. Then boot the PC and install the drivers from the disc the manufacturer provided. For more advice on choosing a graphics board, check out "Geek 101: A Graphics Card Primer." Streamline WindowsWhether you run Windows XP, Vista or 7, you have a few really good ways to cut out the fluff and make your operating system run more smoothly, quickly and efficiently. By turning off unnecessary features and disabling unwanted startup programs, you can get an instant speed boost. Knock out the fatWindows -- yes, even Windows XP -- is loaded with effects that take up system resources without delivering meaningful user benefits. If you turn some of these items off, Windows can divert the resources to more useful activities, such as running your programs. In Windows XP, open the System control panel and click the Advanced tab. Click Settings and then select the radio button marked Adjust for best performance. This will turn off some of the frilly effects, such as drop shadows under your menus, and make Windows a little snappier. In Vista, start by disabling the resource hog known as the Sidebar. In both Vista and Windows 7, turn off the Aero environment to reclaim some of your PC's lost memory and processor power. To do this, right-click the desktop and choose Personalize from the context menu. In Vista, click Window color and appearance and then uncheck the box for Enable Transparency. In Windows 7, select the theme labeled Windows 7 Basic. Shut down memory-hogging appsOnce you've installed a fair amount of programs on your PC -- your "core base" of apps, as it were -- you'll want to check that you don't have any unwanted applications running in the background that could slow down your PC. Such programs may be designed to launch when Windows starts up so that you can load their corresponding applications faster. The problem is that they run all the time, regardless of whether you intend to use the parent application. In Windows 7 or Vista, click Start and type msconfig in the "Search programs and files" field. Press Enter. In the System Configuration window, select the Startup tab. In the Command column, look for any programs that you don't want to wait for at boot-up time. For example, take iTunes: If you've installed this application, you'll find both iTunesHelper.exe and QTTask.exe. They're unnecessary additions -- the former launches when you start iTunes anyway and the latter merely places a QuickTime icon in the corner of your screen for easy program launching. Uncheck both. Once you've checked all of the programs you want to launch at startup and unchecked the programs you don't, click OK.
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on Dec 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I just want to be able to enlarge my print size


  • Simply press and hold down the "control" key, while pressing the "plus sign" key. Be sure to keep the "control key" depressed while you press the "plus sign" key. Each repetition will enlarge the text. This can make reading small text SO much easier!
  • To return the text back to its original size (being polite to the next user), simply press, and hold down the "control" key and the "minus sign" key. Each repetition will decrease the text size

  • Log on to your computer and open the document you want to print. Click on the "Print Preview" button on the toolbar.
  • 2 Click on the "File" menu and choose "Print Preview" from the drop-down list if the "Print Preview" button is not available. The "Print Preview" function will show you exactly what the finished print will look like.
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    My lingoes translater don't work on internet sites but it works offline. my PC has wndow 7 and IE8.


    gogle toobar 8 optimized for ie8 has the translation toolbar
    you might have add this to your toolbar right click on a vacant spot on the toolbar select add more buttons or customize another page will open with more buttons to add you will have options to search for more buttons
    also in the customize toolbar a page will open with two boxes side by side one with whats on the toolbar the other with what you can add to it eg:edit,copy,paste,cut,tools,favourites...........

    hope this helps
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    How to install themes for windows vista and scrrensavers


    1. Right-click the downloaded Vista screensaver file (with .scr extension) and select "Copy."
    2. Go to the Start menu, click on "Computer," double-click the "C:"drive, then the "Windows" and "System 32" folders.
    3. Right-click anywhere in blank space within the "System 32" folder and select "Paste" to install the file as the screensaver.
    4. Go to your Desktop, right-click anywhere in a blank space and select "Personalize."
    5. Click on the "Screen Saver" tab and click on the drop-down menu in the "Screen Saver Settings" window to see the list of available screen savers, including the one you just installed. Select the new screen saver and then click on "OK" to save the new settings. use the same principle for the theme installation. do remember to leave your comment by saying how helpful this post is

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    You have a couple of choices. You can upgrade to version 4. It runs under Vista (and may be Win 7 compatible - worst case run with the compatibility mode enabled when you install (right click on the installer and see properties (Compatibility Tab, Run as Vista), then right click and run as administrator) Then repeat the compatibility command for the actual program).

    Try the current program in the Compatibility mode (this is iffy for an XP and older code). Alternatively install a virtual computer with XP on the computer. Win7 Pro and Ultimate allow you to run XP mode for a free XP virtual computer. All other virtual computer programs require a paid license for XP to work. Then install and run the program in the virtual computer.

    I hope this helps.

    Cindy Wells

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    I installed Petz 5 on my computer and when it's done loading, it says "The sound will not intalize." I went into the game, anhd the sound didn't work at all! Plz help!


    First, please make sure that you have the latest firmware and drivers available for your CD/DVD-ROM drive. This can be done by visiting the CD/DVD-ROM manufacturers website.

    Then, clear out your C:\WINDOWS\TEMP directory (this is a storage area where files are stored before they are installed). Delete everything in this file, and your problem may be solved completely.

    If this does not work, you may also need to clear out your Internet cache (temporary Internet files):

    (Internet Explorer)
    1. Open Internet Explorer.
    2. Click on Tools -> Internet Options.
    3a. In IE6 - Click on the 'Delete Files...' button on the Genral Tab
    3b. In IE7 - Click on the 'Delete' button under the Browsing History section of the General Tab.

    (Mozilla Firefox)
    1. Open Firefox.
    2. Click on Tools -> Options
    3. Click on the Advanced tab -> Network Tab.
    4. Click on the 'Clear Now' button under the Cache section.


    - Empty your recycle bin


    - Run Scandisk
    1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools
    2. Select Scandisk
    3. Select your hard drive. If you have more than one, you should scan each drive individually.
    4. Click Standard
    5. Check Automatically fix errors.
    6. Click Start


    - Run Defrag
    1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools
    2. Select Disk Defragmenter
    3. Select the hard drive you wish to defrag and click ok.



    - Before attempting to install the game, make sure that you have no programs running in the background or system tray.

    (Windows XP / Vista)
    Go to the Start menu, (and choose Run if using XP). Delete anything on the Open line that you'll find there, and type in the work MSCONFIG. Click on OK, and that will bring up a program called the System Configuration Utility.

    Look down the list of startup items (not the tab labeled Startup), and choose Selective Startup (if it is not already selected). If you don't see this, make sure you've clicked on General, near the top of the window. Once you've chosen Selective Startup, uncheck 'Load Startup Items', and leave 'Process System.INI file' and 'Process Win.INI file' checked. Once you're done here, click OK, and let it reboot your computer.

    Your Windows environment may look different and you may get an error relating to your sound device not working (ignore this for now). Try running the game again. If the game loads and seems to be working, the problem is most likely related to one or more programs you have scheduled to load with Windows. You can then revert the settings back the way they were, and in a trial and error fashion, disable some programs using the startup tab (in the msconfig utility) to try to find the culprit.


    (Windows 98/ME)
    Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to bring up the close program window. End all open tasks EXCEPT Explorer and systray.



    - If you still have problems installing, you may not have the necessary hard disk space to install the game. You will need to clean out unnecessary files on your hard drive or otherwise allocate more space if you wish to install and play.


    - Try a safemode install.
    1. Copy the contents of the disc to a new folder on your desktop.
    2. Restart Windows in Safe Mode.
    3. Run setup.exe from the setup folder in the new folder you created on your desktop.
    4. Restart the computer in normal mode and try the game.

    - If all else fails, your game disk may be scratched or damaged.
    1. Inspect the underside of the CD closely.
    2. If their are any smudge marks, dirt, or scratches, clean the disk.

    NOTE: When cleaning CDs, wipe from the center of the disc to the edge using a soft, lint-free cotton cloth. Do not use a circular motion. Also, do not use paper cloth which can scratch the plastic and leave streaks.

    3. Insert the CD and try installing again.
    NOTE: Many common install problems are caused by scratched or damaged disks. If you think your game disk is damaged and needs to be replaced, please contact a Support Representative (Ask a Question tab above) to obtain replacement information as well as an RMA number.

    information gathered from:
    http://ubisoft.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/ubisoft.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=12034&p_created=1190670392


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    Apr 05, 2010 | Ubi Soft Catz 5 (Windows) (680901) for PC

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    Describe your can not find the toolbars in my autocad lt 2009 Problem


    At the top of the program window, right click and look for a View menu and check the Tool bar menu.

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    How do I get rid of Shoppers Reports on my computer? It appears to the left of my screen when I do a search.


    This is basically a browser "hijacker" that is mostly bundled with a toolbar such as "hotbar." If you are using windows, you can try to go to start, control panel and then use the add remove programs wizard.

    Make sureyour browser's security is set above the minimum. In most browsers, you can find security settings under tools, and then go to options, security tab. You may also be able to block it from the net by going to tools, and then manage add ons. Block it from there.

    Afterward, set the security to high. That way "active X" codes need permission to run, and that is how much of this stuff winds up on your computer.
    In the uninstall wizard, If you see hotbar or any other toolbar that you are not sure of the source for, try to uninstall that along with the shopper. Whatever you do, do not follow a link presented during download. It will tell you to "click here to get help uninstalling" or something to that affect.

    These kinds of programs often trick or intice users to download them by popups that say things like, "click here to view" this or that. Sometimes, it occurs by clicking a "not interested" button. They are not always easy to get off.

    I suggest that you go to Microsoft online scanner and use the removal tool. I am including links to other removal tools that will help protect you from this type of thing again.

    All of these programs are free and will help you remove the malware without damaging your registry.

    Microsoft also has windows defender with is like spybot, and the link for that will be on the scan page. Spybot and defender both help you to avoid bad programs from loading into your computer as you browse the internet. Hijack this is a removal tool.

    http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.aspx
    Spybot S&D
    Hijack this

    I hope this was helpful. Please rate the solution, it helps me to know how to best serve people with the same kinds of issues. You can also leave comments if you need more assistance/clarification. Thank you

    Dec 27, 2009 | IBM Computers & Internet

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    Windows networking issue


    all computers must have same workgroup name and diffrent descriptions and names. try to use set up home and small office network in every computer. its located under control panel network connections if u put there all the same workgroup names and diffrent descriptions and comupter names

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