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Set homepage

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If bing, yahoo or some other search engine takes over download spyhunter4 (trial version) run it. wait for it to finish. now right click on the entry relating the the search engine that takes over and go to file/folder and delete it. go to control panel add and remove programs and remove from there if seen. clear browser history empty recycle bin clear temp folder

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How to Recover Deleted Files From Network Drive A network drive is a shared...

How to Recover Deleted Files From Network Drive

A network drive is a shared drive that can be accessed by any member of the network and is useful as a type of communal storage space. However, accidents can occur with a shared drive, as one user will be able to destroy the data of another user. Almost anything is recoverable from a computer's hard drive, however, requiring only the use of a simple piece of file recovery software.

  1. Download and install a piece of file recovery software such as Recuva, Undelete, or NTFS Undelete. Install this hardware to the computer which is physically attached to the network drive. Some of these programs are freeware (such as Recuva and NTFS Undelete), so choose the one that best fits your budget. In general, the best approach is to start with a piece of free software to see if you can accomplish the recovery, then move to more expensive pieces of software.
  2. Step 2Run your chosen file recovery program. Upon startup, the file recovery software will scan your hard drive for recently deleted files and folders and display a list of recoverable files on screen. This is possible because upon deletion, a file is not removed from the drive, but is only renamed to something that is unrecognizable by your operating system.
  3. Step 3Select the file to be "undeleted" and click on the "Recover" button to restore it to your hard drive. This will simply change the file back to its original name, so that it can once again be seen by the operating system.
  4. Step 4Repeat as often as needed to recover additional files from the drive.

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I let my little cousin go on facebook of my computer now I can log her off I cant even sign myself in

i have seen this a few times go into your control panel click on internet and clear all history / pass words and cookies/ and try again if it does not work you have a worm in your hard drive format it and reinstall windows after backing up all files

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I am reinstalling windows home, after text install computer reboots , should start gui and complete install , but stays stuck on "press any key to load cd"

usually it is the cd it self when it does not wanna load but i have seen keyboards do this even that they work. like i have seen lots of times where u can not press F8 to accept agreement to continue install. if you have different keyboard i would try it and maybe clean the cd or try diffrent one.

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I receive an NTLDR error at boot up.

dude just copy the ntldr on other pc or windows....slave ur master drive on other pc that has windows then on other pc click my computer then tools then folder option then view then click show hidden files then uncheck hide protecting operating system...then back to my computer drive C: then all hide files will be seen then copy the NTLDR there into your harddisk put it in Drive C:

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Lost files on encrypted drive of Seagate 2.5GB USB drive. Explore properties shows that 1.13GB is used, but files cannot be seen

dear Dumdom,
In this case i suggest you that please contact to any Hard Disk forensic lab to recover these files. that will be the best way ,if all these file is important.


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