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Go to my website and click the email me link. This might take some back and forth, but I'll stick with it as long as you do. Email with make, model, which version of windows and what the problems are, if you can http://ecurrencyparadise.com/index.html
The error message may be a temporary one. The ISP for the person you are emailing may be moving their servers. Computers use a numerical code to identify each machine. This is linked to the name of the ISP with a database (domain name server). Often it takes a while to update the database when the information changes.
Try sending the email again in 24 hours. I hope this helps.
(I've hit this problem with university servers and with small businesses when they change from one host ISP to another. The business will own the domain name but pays another company to provide and maintain their hardware.)
A default email account is the account that your computer will open when you click on an "Email Us" or "Contact Us" link when you are on the Internet. Your computer is pre-programmed to open the Outlook or Windows Mail email servers when you click one of these links. If you prefer to send emails with your Yahoo! Mail account instead, change the default settings.
Click the "Start" menu and select "Control Panel." Select "Internet Options" from the "Control Panel" window that opens. Click the "Programs" tab. Click the drop-down menu next to "E-mail." Select "Yahoo! Mail." Click "OK." Yahoo! Mail is now your default mail application. Hope this helps.
b> Click on "Start" menu and select "My Computer." Click on "Tools" from the main menu and select "Folder Options." Go to the "View" tab and look for "Show Hidden Files, Folders and Drives" under "Advanced Settings." Click on the radio button next to it to select it and click "OK" button. Click on "Edit" from the main menu and select "Find." You can also do that by pressing "Ctrl" + "F" on the keyboard. This will launch the built-in "Find" utility. Type what you're looking for in the "Find" text box. You can type the person's name, email address or a keyword that you remember from the subject or body of the email. Click the "Find" button. Wait for the computer to find all email files from your computer that match the search that you have performed. You will get to search all your hidden mail files as well. Hope this helps.
If you are using Windows 7
Click on the start icon, right-click on "Computer" click on "Properties." On the left hand side are quick links, one should be "Action Center," click on it , at the bottom of the page you will see a computer icon with a clock called "Recovery," click on it and click on the blue text "Advanced recovery methods," You should see a button called "Return your computer to Factory Conditions" click on it and follow the instructions Hope that helps
I've noticed the same problem myself. I log in through Windows Live Mail and on most emails I have to mark them as safe in order to use the hyperlinks. Well Ive marked the ones from fixya as safe and I still can't use the hyperlinks. I too have to take the long way around.
Did you try formatting it from software or the process through My Computer. If you used software process try this other way below.
To format your device first click on "Start" then click on "My Computer" now look for your mp3 player, if it hasn't been change the names usually called "Removable Disk", once you've found that right-click on it then click on "Format".