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Searching profile from 6 day i froget my file name

I`m searching profile from 6 days, but my profile is lost, i`ve get too much problem, profile is too much important......,its coz i writing to u plz help me i get too much problem..............

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Cannot move anywhere -just asks for login


ok, just did this on my partners Toshiba. dont get any 3rd party software, all you need is a boot disc. find a friend with the same operation system and ask them to make one. can go on a cd. ok, when u start press F2, this will bring up bios settings. using keyboard and the arrow keys you can scroll along, go to boot disc. set this to cd and put the main disc to the bottom. trust me, it helps. F10 will save settings. make sure while doing this u put in the boot cd. when it refires up u may have to keep shutting down and up to get to boot from disc. now is the tricky part... get with another pc and go on youtube, look up how to remove a profile, lost password stuff. find the one which says you need the boot disc. let it fire up and first let it repair windows, could be lost file, if not, then do it again but u need command promp up. this is the trick part, punch in c:dir. this will access the main drive if that is your drive, thenc:dirwordpad.exe if you do it right wordpad will be there, wow. now with wordpad you start the search, c then windows, then system 32. scroll down to sethe make sure you got all files first in wordpad or u wont see it, change to sethe1 then find up cmd. change this to sethe. close window, do a shut down and restart without boot disc

i did this and it had to do a repair, because setting have been changed, if u had a password, punch in when it starts, this will set up the password and wow, one pc all running, did this, took me 2 days of searching but i got the pc to work, then change the password or better still, forget it totally. hope this works

May 09, 2014 | Toshiba Satellite P775S7236 Notebook

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How to decrypt a lost zip password


A ZIP file is a data compressin and archive format,it contains one or more files that have been compressed to reduce file size.It is useful when we have created a large of files.We can compress into zip format.

These days,people tend to set a password when compressing zip file.But life is busy ,after having a long time travel,we may find that we have lost our password sometimes.Now you will begin to search on the net,how can I open my zip file as I have lost my password.In case you may meet this occation,the following article will show you how to recover a lost zip password.

If you put a password on a zip file and then lose or forget it,you won’t be able to unzip the files to get access to the files inside of it.After you have searched the net,you may find there are many programs you can download that will help you recover the password to your zip file so that you can use your files.

But you may quite puzzle,as there are too many programs.Which is the better to recover lost zip password?Here is my experience on how to recover a lost password.Days ago,I also lost my password for zip file and I don’t know which software is better.When I have tried Zip Password Recovery 5.0. Awesome it took about 5-seconds to recover my password. If you need to recover a password greater than 3 characters .I hightly recommend this product.

Instructions
Step 1:Download the ZIP Password Recovery tool which can help you unlock the password in a zip file .If your password is greater than 3 characters you need to get a serial number from the offical website.

Step 2: Install it by opening the installation file and going through the installation process.

Step 3: Click on the "Open" button and when the browse window appears, find your ZIP file and double-click on it. Click on "Method of attack" or something with similar wording and choose how you would like the program to try to crack your ZIP file. For example, "Brute Force" will try random letter combinations, and "dictionary" will try words from a dictionary.

Step 4: Click "Start" when ready and the program will begin trying to find your lost ZIP password. Depending on the type of attack you chose, this could take quite a while. If the attack is successful, you should be informed of what the password is, and you can then use it to open your ZIP file.

on Jun 03, 2010 | PC Laptops

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How to convert video to iPod video MP4 format?


You have an Apple iPod and would like to watch your favorite home video using it? But you do not know how to convert your files into iPod compatible format? AVS Video Converter is just the program you need to solve this problem now. This simple yet powerful video converter utility enables you to transfer your home video library to iPod (MP4/h.264) format with a few mouse clicks.
What you need:
All you need to transfer your home video and video files to your iPod is:
1. AVS Video Converter
2. iPod capable of video playback with a computer compatible cable
Now AVS Video Converter uses AVS Mobile Uploader included in the AVS Video Converter installation package to upload the files to your iPod.

Step 1: Download and install AVS Video Converter

Step 2: Run AVS Video Converter and select your input video file
To select a video you would like to convert hit the Browse... button next to the Input File Name field. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video file:

avs-video-converter-1.png Note: when your input is a DVD disc, you will need to select the path to your source file: X:\Video_TS\Video_TS.IFO. "X" stands for your DVD-ROM or the hard disk drive folder where your DVD is stored.

Step 3: Set up the conversion parameters
After you have selected the video input file, press To MP4 button on the main panel. In the list of Profiles (MP4 Profile Field) select one of the offered iPod profiles. You can also click Edit Profile button to manually set the iPod profile parameters.

avs-video-converter-2.png For novice users it is recommended to select one of the default iPod profiles:
- Apple iPod - (H.264, 320*240)
- Apple iPod - (H.264, 640*480)
- Apple iPod - (MPEG4, 320*240)
You can also click Edit Profile button to manually set the iPod profile parameters.

Step 4: Set up a proper video output file path
Click the Browse... button next to the Output File Name field and select a location on your HDD for the output video file.
Note: when you select a location for your output video file, you should save the file to your personal computer HDD.

Step 5: Convert your video files
After you have set up all the conversion parameters, hit the Convert Now! button to start converting.

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You can visually judge the conversion process if you hit the Advanced>> button.

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When the process is over the following window will be opened. Click the Upload... button to launch AVS Mobile Uploader.

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Step 6: Transfer the converted video file to Apple iPod
Connect your iPod to your computer with the help of a cable. Turn on the iPod.
The AVS Mobile Uploader application will be launched to guide you through the upload process so that you could send your converted video file to your Apple iPod with no difficulty.
If the Apple iPod is not displayed in the AVS Mobile Uploader window you should press the Find Devices button to search for your iPod:

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When you click the Upload>> button the upload process itself will take place. It will take some time depending on the output video file size.
Now you can enjoy your favorite home video DVD and video files on your iPod!

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on Feb 09, 2010 | PC Laptops

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Why does my laptop not respond to internet or firefox,it keeps sticking and is unresponsive. ive tried the power,battery,removed history and cookies,defraggkes and cleaner to no AVAIL PLEASE HELP


Hi Janice,

I see that you have tried everything that may help fix the issue you are experiencing.

The only recommendation I can give you right now is to create a different user profile in windows and see if the issue will still occur on the new windows profile created, and if this happens possible that there is something wrong with the windows installation on your Computer.

To Create a new Profile in Widows regardless of what version you have, Follow the steps below:

Assuming that your Existing Windows profile is already Administrator got to
-Start Click on Control Panel
-make sure that is is in Classic View where you see all the icons and details. once you have the list showing
-click on users
-in users click on create new user this will give you the option to create a user and ask you if you want to copy all the files that your original file has to the new profile and also make sure that you make the new profile set to administrator as well, which I believe is needed just incase it works you can remove the old profile that was having issues.
-once you have created the profile it may take awhile to finish if you have a lot of files that need to be copied to the new profile.
-once the new profile is created, close all windows that are open and click start then Log-off user to be able to log-in to the new profile that was created.
once you've logged-in to the new profile test it and see if the same problem will occur like on the old profile you had if you think the issue is not happening anymore and that you are satisfied that everything is OK, check all your files first if they are all copied to the new profile created before deleting the Old profile with problems.

I hope that this will help? I cannot find any other options that could be causing your issues in the old profile except for a corrupt windows profile.

Have a nice day Janice,

michaelvincentc

Aug 30, 2012 | eMachines PC Laptops

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My hp pavillion entertainment pc get a blan screen when i go to desktop


Keith, do you have the Restoration Disk? (CD)

Your boot files are corrupted. Use the Restoration Disk, and perform a Repair.
(Non-Destructive Installation)

Boot files = The essential basic Windows files needed to start Windows

'Corrupted' = An easy blanket type of term.

Crude comparison;
Think of your harddrive as a Library, and the files on it as Books.

Each file is categorized, and has an Address.
In a Library that would be akin to filing the books by name, and sorting by shelves.

The addresses are lost. (The files are still there, however)

Performing a Repair will restore the addresses to the files.

Do not have the Restoration Disk?

In the USA the disk is free. The shipping and handling is not.
$17 for a 5 to 7 day ship, $24 for a 2 to 3 day ship.

Call 1-800-474-6836, 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.
Have your Serial Number written down, and handy to give to the nice representative on the phone.

In the white Service Tag on the bottom of the laptop, this is S/N

For countries other than the US, here is HP Worldwide Support,

http://welcome.hp.com/country/w1/en/support.html

Appreciate it if you would post back with your results.
(In a Comment)

Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 21, 2012 | HP PC Laptops

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System performance is degrading


first of all you do need to format your PC to improve system speed.system speed degrades because of viruses or temp files in your pc.so we will delete all those

1.Click on start->run and type %temp% and delete all the files

2.scan your pc with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

This will remove all the malware on your pc

if you still want to format,you need to back up all the files in drive c: where you windows is installed

Jul 31, 2010 | Sony PC Laptops

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I have a dell latitude d610 lap top


Based on the build of a D610, I am assuming you're running Windows XP. I'm not sure your hardware can support Vista. That model was built before Vista was available.

That said, go to Start-Control Panel-User Accounts. Most likely a setting in there was changed, and my first thought is that it may have been after a Windows Update, in an effort to increase security.

See if the user you're trying to login with even shows on the list. If it does, click on it and change the password to <blank>.

If that user no longer shows then you will have to rebuild the profile for that user. I will caution you that if you have to rebuild the profile, you would want to make copies of the data attached to the old profile. You can do this from Windows Explorer. Start by making sure you can view all files. Then navigate to Local Disk C:-Documents and Settings, then to the folder for that username. Copy all of the folders and files to a safe place, like burn it to CD's or DVD's, or even to a flash drive. Do not save it to My Documents.

Sometimes the fastest way to rebuild the profile is to actually create a new one. Set it to administrator access. Then you can copy the contents of your old user's folders (but not the folders themselves) into the new user's folders.

Here's a recap:

Create a New User Profile in Windows XP

1. Log in as admin or an account with admin permissions.
2. Select the windows START button and click CONTROL PANEL
3. Click USER ACCOUNTS
4. Select CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT. You may need to select pick a task first
5. Type in a new name for the account
6. Click create account and ensure it is an admin account.
Copy Files to the New User Profile

1. Log on as a user other than the user whose profile you are copying files to or from.
2. In Windows Explorer, click Tools, click Folder Options, click the View tab, click Show hidden files and folders, click to clear the Hide protected operating system files check box, and then click OK.
3. Locate the C:\Documents and Settings\Old_Username folder, where C is the drive on which Windows XP is installed, and Old_Username is the name of the profile you want to copy user data from.
4. Press and hold down the CTRL key while you click each file and subfolder in this folder, except the following files: Ntuser.dat, Ntuser.dat.log, Ntuser.ini
5. On the Edit menu, click Copy.
6. Locate the C:\Documents and Settings\New_Username folder, where C is the drive on which Windows XP is installed, and New_Username is the name of the user profile that you created in the "Create a New User Profile" section.
7. On the Edit menu, click Paste.
8. Log off the computer, and then log on as the new user.

Jun 10, 2009 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Lost pictures


most likely you are logged in to another account. When an account is set up, the 'files' are specific to that account, and can only be viewed when logged into that account, or as an admin login. Try the admin approach first. I'm assuming you are on XP?

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