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Is there a simpler way of getting back the file i deleted!

Slaving my harddisk seems abit complicated and risky for me as i dont have enough knowledge in computer hardware.So can you please..... tell me a simpler way for retreaving the sys file that i deleted.

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Insert the OS disc (windows xp), and you can repair xp...

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    change the the PC's boot to your CD-ROM and use the OS disc to repair your OS... just follow the instructions that is given by the disc during the process...

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Its better if you should do a system restore

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Deleted important files


Hi,

If you're running windows on a PC, go to the command prompt by doing the following:

1. Click "Start" > "Run,..."
2. Type "cmd" and click "OK".
3. At the DOS prompt, type "sfc /scannow"

This will check for any missing system files. If files are missing, you'll be prompted to insert your windows installation CD and the files will be restored.

Hope this helpfs.

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GIVE ME THE MOST EFFECTIVE FREE DATA RECOVERY SOFTWARE FOR MY NTFS SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT REQUIRS ANY ACTIVATION FOR RECOVERY OF RECOVERED FILE. THANK YOU.


Personally I do not believe in free software as it will end up messing my computer with virus and spywares. So I look for cheap and good software. For recovery software, I bought one before, cost me a bit but working very well, and good thing is that it's one time payment and then it allows me to use forever. Take a look if you do not mind paying a bit to get back your files.
http://www.asoftech.com/adr/

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''Error 1706''


My colleague says that when Error 1706 occurs during an attempt to install an MSI file from removable media, the first thing you should try to do is check the Media Package Pathway and determine if the pathway does in fact track to the right folder. If it does not, scan the removable media and locate the file where the MSI file is housed. In some cases, you may find that the MSI file is found in a folder that is named App1. Once you have determined where to find the right file, it is a matter of resetting the Media Package Pathway so that the system will find and activate the MSI file. This will require you to make some changes to the command line or possibly make a permanent change in the registry.
It is important to note that making changes in the command line and especially in the registry are functions that someone who is familiar with writing code and general information system functions should perform.
If you are not knowledgeable about these sorts of functions, there is every possibility that the modification will not result in resolving the issue regarding the MSI file. Further, the change may create additional problems with the media package.

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My pc became so slow


Some classic reasons a computer slows down. 1. It's possible that your computer may have so many background programs running that there is not enough main memory to run your main programs. All icons in your computer's system tray are background programs using memory.
To see and remove all running background programs:
a. Press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys at the same time.
b. Click any program or task except Explorer or Systray.
c. Then click End Task.
Repeat steps b and c to quit all programs except Explorer and Systray which are necessary components of Microsoft Windows.
You should now have a clean system, however you have just removed the programs from your computer's memory
, they will all return the next time you start Windows.
If you don't want certain background programs starting when you boot, use the Start/Search function to find the program and either configure it not to run at startup, remove it from Programs/Startup, or delete it from your system.
2. Your hard drive could be too full of data to function efficiently. There should be at least 300MB-500MBs of free space to allow for disk file chores. Note that this mostly applies to the C: drive or whatever drive your Window's cache is on.
If your C: drive is too full, delete unused programs on the C: drive to make space.
3. Your computer could have a fragmented hard drive. This results from programs being loaded and deleted. Run the Window's hard drive defragmenter (Defrag) once a month.
4. If you have 256 MB of memory or less, or you like to play games, you may not have enough system memory to run your software efficiently. You should probably upgrade to 512 MB or more of system memory.
5. You could have old or conflicting Windows device drivers. An example would be you might actually have two entirely different video drivers on your system and Windows could actually be alternately using both of them.
To prevent this problem, First boot the computer in Safe Mode by pressing and holding the F8 key during startup, after the DOS memory check has completed.
While in Safe Mode select Start/Settings/Control Panel/System/Devices. Click on all the devices and see if the various drivers have any yellow or red exclamation marks (which indicates a driver conflict) and also determine if there are any duplicate drivers that can be eliminated.
You may have to delete and reload a driver to correct these problems. Duplicate drivers can and should be deleted.
6. As each new Windows program is installed and uninstalled, it leaves behind parts of itself that can slow down or crash your computer. These are mostly .dlls and other shared files.
It's also very possible when uninstalling a program that needed Windows system files can be deleted. When your computer asks if you want to uninstall shared files it's usually safest to say no -- even if your uninstall program claims the files are not being used.
Old Windows drivers can be found by booting into Safe Mode, then opening Control Panel/System/Devices and ridding your system of old drivers.
Another option is to use various system cleaning software, like Norton Utilities, Windoctor etc.
Otherwise, the only real answer to this problem is to reload Windows into a new directory which eliminates all old junk and leftover files. This is something to do last, as you will also have to reload all your Windows settings, drivers, and programs.
7. Your computer could be full of adware, spyware, viruses, or trojans. These are all nasty programs that literally take over the functioning of your computer so they can run their programs. You definitely don't want any of this junk on your computer. To get rid of these parasite programs, and to prevent them from installing in the first place, you need and up-to-date firewall, anti-virus, and spyware removal programs.
These are three separate software programs that must be running at all times except for when you are not plugged into the Internet. It is very important that these programs continuously update themselves or they will become out-dated and will no longer be useful. These programs can be purchased together or from separate manufacturers

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I created a table using swing components but when i close the window the data enered are lost...how to get the data entered in the table ?or how to store?


hi dear,

the data you are entering stores in a temporay memory( ram in this case), which lost when you close your application.

> if you want to store your data so that you can again access it, you will have to store data in a DATABASE(by using jdbc) or in a file(simpler)

try this link
http://bytes.com/topic/java/answers/856588-saving-jtable-data

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Slaving my hard disk


hmm..
it's hard to put it on words, but ill try my best.

1st Inserting and removing the IDE cables and power cables :
- 1st of all you should know how to insert the IDE cables and power cables, but before you remove the cables and put it back again, try to observe the color of the cables, the Red color of power cable is parallel to the red color of IDE cable. so when you insert it again, you put it on the same way, the Red color of each cable must be parallel.

2nd putting the jumper:
- try to check the printings on you hard disk at the bottom, and see if there's any tutorials on how to put the jumper.

3rd access the BIOS:
- to access the BIOS, click Del. Hence, before you modify any settings there, MAKE SURE to remember those settings that you modify, so that when there's a trouble you can put it back to it's default setting. Ok let's continue, if your BIOS has an auto-detect it will directly detect the Hard Disk drive that's being installed, if not you will manually detect it on the different Hard Disk setting. After modifying save and exit setting and reboot your PC.

i hope this helps you.

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SlicK MP3 USB player


Boyfriend purchased one of these on the cheap. The first thing you have to do with this player is format it as if it is any other portable media. Go to the setting and say format main disk.

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