RE: Medion Digital Notepad
I unistalled most of the programs for the Medion Digital Notepad via Start>Programs>(Name of Folder)>uninstall, like you would normally do. When I turned the computer on the next day windows tries to locate and install PhotoGallery program/file but it can't cause it can't find it. I pressume I was erased when I unistalled those programs, but I don't know why because I can't see how they are linked. How do I find PhotoGallery so I can get it back on and how to I unistall the programs so it won't delete other stuff. I reinstalled the programs but it made no difference, and there is nothing of help in the instruction booklet.
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Re: Lost Files From Uninstalling
The easiest way to uninstall programs is by going to Control Panel, if using XP then go to add/remove programs if using Vista then go to programs and features.
If you cannopt open photo gallery then I suggest you insert your windows CD and repair your version of windows. All of your other files will remain intact, windows will find and replace corrupt system files and replace missing files.
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Close down the program entirely that threw the R6205 runtime error message. Press "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" and select "Start Task Manager."
Click the "Processes" tab and click on the "Image Name" column header. Scroll down through the list of programs and check to make sure the original program that gave the error message is not on the list. Click on the name of the program if it is in the list and choose "End Process."
Close the task manager window and click the Windows "Start" button. Select "Control Panel" and choose "Uninstall a Program" under the Programs section. Select from the list of currently installed programs the program that caused the error and click "Uninstall.
Click on the Windows "Start" button, type "cleanmgr" into the Search field and press "Enter." Click on "Files from all users" if it asks and select "Continue." Choose the drive where the program was installed, check the boxes next to "Temporary Internet Files," "Temporary Files," "Recycle Bin," "Downloaded Program Files" and "Setup Log Files." Click "OK" and select "Delete Files."
Wait for the program to finish cleaning the files on your hard drive. Re-start the computer. Insert the installation CD for the program you deleted earlier or go to the website of the manufacturer and download the program again. Install the program.
Open the software program by double-clicking on its desktop icon or clicking on the name of the program in the "Start" menu under All Programs. Attempt to use the program to make sure the run time error message does not appear again.
Can you go to Control Panel and verify that you are an Administrator? Try creating a new account.
To make and add a local admin as Guest! Save as batch file in startup group. Copy syntex and paste into Notepad. Save as Admin.bat. Go to Start > All Programs > Startup. Right click and save in Startup folder. Reboot. You now have an Administrator account. Login as Nadmin. No password required. Go to Start > Control Panel > User Accounts to make user changes.
@echo off net user Nadmin /add /expires:never /passwordreq:no net localgroup "Administrators" /add Nadmin
This depends on what your opening for a program Notepad as you know is a word processing program so it will open text documents. You may have to see what program your trying to open and find the appropriate software for doing so then set it as the default for this type of program. You can set the defaults in the control panel where is says default programs. Tick this if it is a word or text file you can use Notepad if you do not have Word or Office installed. If it is email then choose the appropriate email software you are using for email and music files under Windows Media Center until your get the hang of default program settings. All this is allowing you to do is set the opening software to run the program your are opening. John
Some games are so simple all you need to do is delete the folder it is located in - others require you to unistall it.
Assuming your using Windows,
1) Go to Start Menu
2) Go to Control Panel
3) Go to Programs-> Add remove programs or striaght to Add Remove Programs (depends on your version of Windows)
4) Select the name of the game if it is listed
5) At top - select unistall... ifit asks you to reboot - do so.
6) If it is not listed then it is a simple game you just need to find where the game is located - most likely in My documents somwhere - just right click the folder / game and select delete
If this helped you then help me please and vote kindly.
Try bootin to safe mode by pressing F8 on turning on the system then try to uninstall by going into the control panel [Programs(vista)/Add or Remove Programs(XP)]
By doing this you will be able to uninstall the AVG anti virus.
Then restart and the system will boot in normal mode then install Kaspersky. Never have 2 anti virus in a system. Just a word of caution.
1. Press start button.
2. In the "serch programs and files" tab typen in youcam. This will open
up the webcam.
3. Once it is opened it will create a temporary icon on the task bar at
the bottom of you desktop.
4. Click on this icon and you will have an option to pin it to the
program to the taskbar, select this option and you will be able to
easily start the launch of the program at any time.
Note: I really do not understand when Medion have not put direction for
the webcam in the instruction manual!!!!!