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Blank Desktop My husband hit "restore" on our Windows XP desktop and now the whole screen is black. We have the programs to reload, but when we insert the disc, nothing happens. Is there a way to restore the icons on the desktop or have we deleted everything that was loaded? Thanks. Tennrcmom

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I am not sure where the problem is. Are you talking about Windows or are you talking about a program and if so what program?
Are you saying he used System restore?

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Office H&S 2013 purchased at Officeworks,installed on my desktop, but I need to put the icon on my screen. I find about 100 answers to Search on This PC -some updates others ? I had Excel on my


I assume you have Windows 8.1 as your OS. Unfortunately, the new OS doesn't add new programs to the Desktop, Task Bar or Start Screen. The best way to find the new programs is on the Start Screen. If you are in the Desktop, press the Windows key on the keyboard or the Start button in the lower left hand side of the screen. On the Start look between the Tiles and the Task Bar on the left side of the screen for an arrow that points downward. (You may need to move the mouse pointer.) This will bring up the All Programs list. Depending on your settings for the Start Screen, you may need to scroll past the Tiles for the non-desktop programs. Then you will see a list of Desktop programs organized by program manufacturer. All of the Microsoft Office software icons will be under the Microsoft Office header. If you right click on the Excel icon, you will be able to "pin" it to the Start menu or the Task bar. Repeat this for the other Office programs if you want them pinned. Another choice from the right click menu is to "Open File Location". This will open the File Explorer on the Desktop to the folder with the specific Office program. If you right click on the Application icon (the .exe file) and drag it to the Desktop, you will see an option to create a shortcut right there.

Once you have created the shortcuts on the Desktop or pinned them to the Start Screen, you may need to move them around. Just drag them to a more convenient location. On the Start Screen, all new Tiles are put to the very right hand side of the list. This may require scrolling several times to reach them. Holding the left mouse button will let you drag the icon.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(You can also find the Office Programs by just searching the folders - but that depends on which version of Office is installed. The default install has been the x32 version, start in the C:\Program Files (x86)\ folder. The 64-bit version will be in C:\Program Files\)

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Forgeten password


Password for what ???????....

Almost everything on a computer or on the Internet requires passwords.
If you are like most people, between home, school, work and your social networking, you have a host of passwords.
So what happens when you cannot remember your most basic passwords, such as your Windows password?
There are programs that can find passwords for you, but there is a way to find them without a program or software.

Open your computer's Start option.
Click on Accessories panel. Under this, you will see the program "Run," and click on it.
You will have a window with a typing bar that is displayed.
Write down your passwords for future reference.
Type in "cmd" in the blank, then press the Enter button.
You should then be given a screen that looks like the old Disc Operating Screens, just a blank screen with information.
You will see the words "Account information."
Type "netuser/user" and press "Enter."
Computer passwords are a key to our computer and online privacy.
Look at the list of all your computer's programs that appear on your screen.
Pick the program that you wish to change the password for, and after that program name type in "netusername", hit space and and click "star" key.
So if you're Bob, it would read "netuserbob *".
Be sure and put in the name you use for the specific computer you are changing passwords on.
You can then create a new password that will allow you to get back into the program.
If you have forgotten more than one password, you can repeat the process for other programs.
Do not exit the black screen but simply go back to the other program's names and repeat the same process with "netusername *",
Enter, and new password.
http://www.metacafe.com/tags/passwordrecovery/
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/win_xp_passwords.htm

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Change background from black to white


Which operating system ??
Is it for computer background or a program ??..
Make a Black Background White

The desktop appearance of a computer equipped with Microsoft Windows XP, whether PC or laptop, can be customized easily.
Users can change background color, background image, frame color, font size and the arrangement of desktop icons.
Five easy steps how to change the desktop background color from black to white.
Changing Background Color
Right-click the mouse on any open portion (i.e., non-icon) of the desktop, which will open a menu. Select "Properties" at the menu's bottom, which will open the "Display Properties" application.
Click the "Desktop" tab at the application's top.

Click the down arrow next to the "Color" button, and select the white color.


Click the "Apply" button, then click "OK" to close the application.


http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/display_change_background_color.mspx?mfr=true

Aug 30, 2013 | Business & Productivity Software

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I bought a new laptop from Dell. My old on is a desktop from Dell. I have a Belkin transfer cable. It is asking for a transfer key number. what is that????????


Please note that your cable will support below givne O/S check at your end.

One destination PC running Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit) and available USB port

One source PC running Windows® XP (32- or 64-bit) or Windows Vista® (32- or 64-bit) and available USB port

For Example two Pcs 1 is Xp and other pcs is Windows 7, then try to connect between both .

Another one more option is there for transfering the data between two systems either laptop or Desktop by a cross cable (LAN CABLE), buy a cross cable from shop and insert into RJ45 Socket (i.e lan socket) the try to transfer the datas.
If this answer is helpful, please rate....

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How to change the Windows Logon screen saver from GPO


OK I know how to change the logon screen saver. I have a small batch
file to do it as part of our install process and it works. What I
would like to do is use our university logo and have it move around
the screen.

How do I have my scr file move around the screen like logon.scr ?


---blank-scr.bat---
:: Install a blank screen saver

@echo off
copy /y %Z%\packages\blank.scr %WinDir%\system32

:: Change logo screenscaver from logon.scr to blank.scr
reg add "HKU\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop" /v SCRNSAVE.EXE /t REG_SZ
/d blank.scr /f > nul

:: Change blanking time to 60 seconds
reg add "HKU\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop" /v ScreenSaveTimeOut /t
REG_SZ /d 60 /f > nul
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Cannot perform system restore


since you said earlier it was working it seems some program has disabled the system restore feature. follow the steps below .

right click on my computer icon on desktop > select properties > system restore tab > uncheck "turn on system restore on all drives" if it is checked.

hope this solves your problem.

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How to resolve software counterfeiting ?


paolo....sep24 2009

since start aug 23 2009 wenever i switch on my pc the welcum screen appears and den on it a dialog box appears as ur copy of windows didnt pass genuine windows validation and u may b a victim os software counterfeiting and der r 2 options "resolve now" or "resolve later". so as i click on resolve now my screen bcums black(wallpaper) and at the right hand corner the dialog blog consists of ur windows did not pass genuine windows and that stuff but i dont wanna install new software just want to get rid of tht **** pls pls pls pls help its freaking me man???? waiting for reply pl pls help????

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Restoring icons on desktop/programs after windowsxp reinstall


if it was format and reinstall all the programs will be erased. you have to install al of them back one by one

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