When i try to use the im environment "I choose my room" i keep getting the message that i may be using an older version of the flash plug in and need to install it. i've already downloaded a version 10 and successfully installed it but the same message appears when i try to use that im environment. what seems to be the problem here? that particular environment was working until i upgraded to the exlprorer7. please help.
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Method 1. Reset your Windows 10 PC
Navigate Start > Settings > Update and Security > Recovery > Reset this PC.
Then Hit on the Get Started button just below the option to fix Windows 10 'Restoring your previous version of windows' stuck issue. During the process, select Keep my files option will allows you to keep all your personal data safe.
Method 2. Perform a System Restore or Startup Repair
1. Download Windows 10 media creation tool and create a Windows 10 installation media.
2. Boot or start your computer from the Windows 10 installation media.
2. In the Install Windows page, tap 'Repair your computer' to start the Windows Recovery Environment.
3. In the Windows Recovery Environment, on the Choose an option screen, click 'Troubleshoot'.
4. Click 'Advanced Options' and then click on 'System Restore' or 'Startup Repair'.
Then follow the on-screen instructions to fix Windows 10 'Restoring your previous version of windows' stuck or loop and restore the computer to an earlier state successfully.
Method 3. Clean install Windows 10 with ISO image
If none of the above methods is helpful, you can try to reinstall Windows 10 with ISO image file. Just download Windows 10 media creation tool. Try it to download Windows 10 ISO image file and burned it to bootable DVD or USB flash drive. And then clean install Windows 10 on your PC. It has helped most users to fix Windows 10 stuck at 'Restoring your previous version of windows' loop.
Method 4. Restore Windows 10 using previous backup image
The above methods are all the possible free solutions from Windows 10 settings to fix Windows 10 stuck at 'Restoring your previous version of windows' loop. Actually, at most times, they might not help due to certain reasons. So we strongly recommend you to backup Windows 10 system with EaseUS Windows backup software. It can help you easily and quickly restore your system from the backup image without losing anything when a disaster happens unexpectedly.
One possibility: you have too many files in the directory. USB flash drives are usually formatted in FAT32 and thus stuck with the limits of the standard. Try moving some of your files into folders.
Second check for a encrypted partition locking part of the disc. If ReadyBoost capable a section of the memory set aside to do ReadyBoost for Windows Vista or Win7 (you'll need to release the ReadyBoost on the computer that dedicated the space).
2. Save the .tar.gz file to your desktop and wait for the file to download completely. 3. Quit your browser. 4. Remove all existing Adobe Flash Player installations from the system. 5. Unpackage the file. A directory with contains libflashplayer.so will be created. 6. Copy libflashplayer.so to ~/.mozilla/plugins. Create the 'plugins' folder if it does not exist yet. 7. Launch your brower. To verify installation in Firefox choose Help > About Plug-ins from the browser menu.
Hope this solves your problem, please let me know as I was also an ex-windows user and the switch over requires allot of new learning for the linux environment.
If it is the Chat Room only where you get disconnected, It is probably just the chat server. You could attempt to install/reinstall whatever chat client or whatever dependencies it needs (Flash, Java, Etc.)
the main problem with using a tv is the resolution you wont get the same output as you would if you used and lcd monitor, to high of a resolution and the tv wont show a picture or will cut in and out due to it not being suported by the tv , try using the pc on a output setting of 800 x 600 or 1024 x 768 and see if it does it,then if it doesnt then its your tv! try the 800 x 600 first as most tvs will support this with a vga slot in the back.
if this still happens after changing the res you might want to make sure that ur NVIDIA 9800 graphics card is working correctly and have the right drivers installed, make sure its not over heating and the card has room to breath inside the pc if your not sure try leaving both side panals of from the pc to see if its heat
Try unticking ENABLE BIDIRECTIONAL SUPPORT on the Ports Tab under Printer Properties accessed through control panel / Printers and Faxes. Try to print - get error message Enable Bidirectional Support. Reverse back into Ports Tab and re-enable Bidirectional Support and try printing again.