I am using vista on my computer and i installed tune up facilities2008 in it...now am not able to open that program neither way not able to uninstall it...its showing windows explorer is using a file...what should i do?
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Hi, Does it happen on the same program that you have or to all other programs? When did this issue started happening? If it happens to the same program then try reinstalling it to your computer. If this issue started happening after you have installed this program or by installing other programs , softwares or hardware then try performing a system restore (if you are using windows OS XP, vista or win 7.) Hope this helps Thanks Dennis
If you wish to install Windows XP on a computer that comes with Windows Vista already installed then you will have to create a separate partition on your hard drive to install Windows XP onto. This effectively splits the hard drive into two, and keeps the different versions of Windows separate. To do this you need to open up the Computer Management screen by going to the Start menu and then right-clicking on Computer and selecting Manage.
From the Computer Management screen select Disk Management, right-click on your main hard disk where Windows Vista is installed and then select Shrink Volume. This opens up a window where you can choose how large you want the new drive partition for Windows XP to be. You need to select the size of the new partition carefully, as you will need enough space to be able to install Windows XP successfully (around 10 gigabytes) whilst leaving enough space for Windows Vista. After you have selected the appropriate amount of space click on the Shrink button to begin the process, and once that has completed you should be able to right-click on the new partition (which should be labelled “Unallocated free space”) and select New Simple Volume.
Follow the on-screen instructions to configure the partition, set a drive letter (such as E:\), give it a meaningful name such as “XP”, and then restart your computer. Whilst your computer reboots, access the BIOS and change to boot sequence to boot from your CD/DVD Drive before any other device, insert your Windows XP installation disc and then save and exit from BIOS. You will then be taken to the Windows XP installation program where you should follow the instructions until you come to the screen asking you which partition to install Windows XP to.
Make sure you select the new partition and not the one with Windows Vista installed, as this will cause problems. Once Windows XP has finished installing, you will notice that Windows XP loads up automatically, rather than giving you the choice of which operating system to use. To rectify this insert your Windows Vista installation disc and restart the computer to access the Windows Vista installation program. From the Install Now screen select Repair My Computer, and then select your Windows Vista installation and then Startup Repair. You will now be able to choose which operating system to use when your computer starts up.
Try installing tune up utilities 2011 . This will optimize you pc to the maximum and increase the performance.It will show the programs which makes your computer slow and you can fix the prob.you can download the software from www.torrentz.com. its a torrent file and so you first download bit torrent which helps to open the file.
If you formatted the hard drive, then you could not have followed the right steps in your re-installation. You might have omitted the use of RESTORE disk. If that is what happened, you are not likely to have all the features of the pc function properly. Note also, that Windows Vista has its own drivers for pc resources. So if you are running Vista, installing resource drivers not compatible with it causes more harm than good. Good luck
HP-Compaq Presario C795TU is specifically designed for Windows Vista. They do not provide drivers for Windows XP along with the package. You will have to download and install it seperately. However, if you try to install driver for Windows XP, you might face compatibility issues. You can try the given links for drivers for the same.
You can either click the given links or copy and paste them onto a new browser to download the drivers. This model of Presario has an audio controller that supports the high definition audio. You need to have Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus Driver for high Definition Audio installed on the computer before installing the audio driver.
Here is the link for the Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture Driver that need to be installed before installing the audio driver: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp33501-34000/sp33867.exe
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Unzip to a folder..make note of location. From Device Manager,right click "Audio Device on HD",choose Update driver, No to connect, Install from a list or specific location, Select Don't Search, I will choose the driver to install, For the Hardware Type select 'Show All Devices' Remove the check from "Show Compatible Hardware" and click on "Have Disk". Next...browse to the unzipped folder and choose the "WiSVHe5.inf". Ignore XP when it complains. Reboot.
Note: Please copy the entire link starting from "ftp" to "exe" and paste it in the address bar of the browser in your computer and press enter.
1. Click on Start and select Run. Now type devmgmt.msc and press enter. 2. Right click on "Audio device on High Definition Audio Bus" and click Update driver. 3. Select "Install from a list or specific location" 4. Click Next. Then select "Don't search, I will choose the driver to install" 5. Click Next and then select "Sound, video and game controller" from the list. 6. Click Next and then click Have Disk. 7. Click Browse C:swsetupspXXXXX folder and the double click the V32 folder. Select the .inf file, click open and Continue with the onscreen instructions.
window media playar cannot play the file because there is problem with your sound device . there may not be a sound dvice .theremay not be a sound device installed on my compter it may be in use by another program or it may not be functioning properly