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Ashampoo commander 10 photo editor

While trying to save a finished photo a prompt comes up saying not responding. can some one help me with this problem please.

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You might have to many programs trying to or accessing your computer or the internet at the same time or a virus
scroll to bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click select task manager

applications you will see whats running
if you see anything you dont need running select end now and you might uninstall that specific

program if you or computer does not require it to run and
some unnecessary programs that could be jamming up your computer

also under processes see what is ticking over in the background again if you see something you
dont need to be running select end now

you might have to either restart the program , restart your computer
or reinstall ashampoo commander program

hope this helps

Posted on Oct 24, 2012

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Acer eRecovery management Restore system to factor default but I don't know the password


Locate and Unhide Hidden Rescue Partition
  • 1 Access the Diskpart command prompt. Acer stores custom eRecovery passwords on your computer in PQService, a hidden rescue partition. Locating this partition requires accessing the Diskpart utility from the command prompt. Diskpart allows you to run a scan on your hard drive and bring up hidden partitions. To access Diskpart, go to Start and type "cmd" in the search bar to bring up the black command prompt box, and then type "diskpart" at the prompt to switch to a Diskpart prompt. Depending on your computer, a new command prompt may open with the Diskpart prompt.
  • 2 Scan your computer configuration. At the Diskpart prompt, type "rescan" to run a system configuration check. When the scan finishes, you will receive a message informing you the scan is complete. At the command prompt, type "list disks" to bring up available disks and then type "select disk 0."
  • 3 Locate the hidden partition. At the command prompt, type "list partition" to view a list of partitions on your disk. Locate the partition with no name and a size of approximately 10GB. At the command prompt, type "select partition (number)."
  • 4 Determine the partition type and unhide the partition. The hidden PQService partition will be either a type 27 or a type 12 partition. If the partition is type 27, unhide it by typing "set id=07 override," and if a type 12, then unhide it by typing "set id=0B" at the command prompt.
  • 5 View the PQService partition. Return to the disk containing PQService by typing "select disk 0" at the command prompt, and then type "list volume" to view the contents of the disk. PQService will be visible in the list, preceded by a number. Type "select volume (number)" and then assign PQService a new drive letter so you will be able to open and view it from your computer interface window. At the command prompt, type "assign letter=f."
Reset eRecovery Password
  • 1 Open PQService. Navigate to the drive containing PQService. Find the file "aimdrs.dat." Right-click on the file and select "Open with" and then "Textpad," "Notepad" or another text editor you prefer.
  • 2 Open the file and find the password. Open the file with your text editor and locate the eRecovery password. Look for a line that reads, "Password=password name," "Hint=the password hint." Write down the password and close the file.
  • 3 Open eRecovery using the recovered password and follow the instructions to create a new password.


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How to Reset an Password for Acer eRecovery


Acer eRecovery is a vendor-specific method you can use to restore your computer to its original factory settings, or to custom settings you create and store on your hard drive or other removable media. eRecovery also contains a back-up utility you can use to back up data to your hard drive or other removable media. Access to eRecovery requires you to use the default "000000"password or one you select. While it is important to store a custom password in a safe location, if you lose or forget it, there are steps you can take to reset your Acer eRecovery password.
Access the Diskpart command prompt. Acer stores custom eRecovery passwords on your computer in PQService, a hidden rescue partition. Locating this partition requires accessing the Diskpart utility from the command prompt. Diskpart allows you to run a scan on your hard drive and bring up hidden partitions.

02d2ca3.pngstep 1. To access Diskpart, go to "Start" and type "cmd" in the Search bar to bring up the black command prompt box, and then type "diskpart" at the prompt to switch to a Diskpart prompt. Depending on your computer, a new command prompt may open with the Diskpart prompt.
Step 2. Scan your computer configuration. At the Diskpart prompt, type "rescan" to run a system configuration check. When the scan finishes, you will receive a message informing you the scan is complete. At the command prompt, type "list disks" to bring up available disks and then type "select disk 0."
Step 3. Locate the hidden partition. At the command prompt, type "list partition" to view a list of partitions on your disk. Locate the partition with no name and a size of approximately 10 GB. At the command prompt, type "select partition (number)."
Step 4. Determine the partition type and unhide the partition. The hidden PQService partition will be either a type 27 or a type 12 partition. If the partition is type 27, unhide it by typing "set id=07 override," and if a type 12, then unhide it by typing "set id=0B" at the command prompt.
Step 5. View PQService partition. Return to the disk containing PQService by typing "select disk 0" at the command prompt, and then type "list volume" to view the contents of the disk. PQService will be visible in the list, preceded by a number. Type "select volume (number)" and then assign PQService a new drive letter so you will be able to open and view it from your computer interface window. At the command prompt, type "assign letter=f."
Reset eRecovery Password
Step 1. Open PQService. Navigate to the drive containing PQService. If you are using Windows XP, use My Computer; if you are using windows Vista, use Computer. Find the file "aimdrs.dat." Right click on the file and select "Open with" and then "Textpad," "Notepad," or whatever text editor you prefer.
Step 2. Open file and find password. Open the file with your text editor and locate the eRecovery password. Look for a line that reads, "Password=password name," "Hint=the password hint." Write down the password and close the file.
Step 3. Open eRecovery using the recovered password and follow instructions to create a new password.

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CMD Prompt here, add to folder context menu windows xp


Add the open cmd prompt to folder context menus also drives and MY Computer

Copy what's in the code area to notepad and save as cmd here. reg

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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\Shell\cmd]
@="Command Prompt"

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\cmd\command]
@="cmd.exe /k \"cd %L\ ""

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Shell\cmd]
@="Command Prompt"

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Shell\cmd\command]
@= "cmd.exe /k \ "cd %L\ ""

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\cmd]
@="Command Prompt"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\cmd\command]
@="cmd.exe /k \"cd %L""

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Here's the step by step on how I fixed this particular problem:
First, boot the computer into safe mode with command prompt. To do this, start the computer, and immediately begin pressing the F8 key at one second intervals. You may have to press several times until the boot menu comes up.
Use your arrow keys to choose Safe Mode with Command Prompt and press enter.
The computer will begin booting. Lots of weird looking white text will scroll by and then the computer will ask you to login or give you a box saying safe mode is running, etc.
Click Ok to finish loading. A black command window will appear with a c: prompt.
At that c: prompt, type chkdsk c:/r and press enter.
Check disk will start to run but then it will say:
Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N)
Type Y for yes, and press enter. Then reboot the computer into normal mode. Chkdsk will start when Windows begins loading again. Let all 5 phases run and don't use or turn off the computer. (The chkdsk process may take an hour or more to finish.)
Chkdsk finds any corrupted files that are causing the problem and fixes them. Read the results of each phase as it finishes. During the final phase, it will notify you if it finds any corrupted files.
When the Check Disk is done, it will finish loading Windows.

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4. If prompted to enlarge the image, choose Yes.
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6. Go to the File Menu and choose Save As.
7. Navigate to the folder where you want to save the image.
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I am trying to graph to evaluate each expression. how could i do it on the calculator(ti-83) a:(f+g)(0) b)(f-g)(-1) c)(fg)(1) (d)(f/g)(3()


Let us see if I understand what you want to do. You have two functions f and g. With f and g you create four functions,
  1. f+g, which you want to evaluate at 0
  2. f-g, which you want to evaluate at -1
  3. f*g, which you want to evaluate at 1
  4. and f/g, which you want to evaluate at 3
If that is not what you intend to do, then I am sorry to I that interpreted incorrectly and you will have to post a comment with more information.
If however I did understand what you want to do, then there is a simple way to achieve this
  1. In the [Y=] function editor, enter Y1 and Y2
  2. In your mind decide which one represents f(x) and which represents g(x), probably f(x)=Y1(x) and g(x)= Y2(x)
  3. Validate each one by pressing [ENTER]
  4. Do not worry about graphing the function.
  5. Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen
  6. Enter a value (for example 5) and store it in variable X; to do so you press 5 [STO->][X,T, theta,n] [ENTER]
  7. To calculate f(x)+g(x) or (f+g)(x) on the command line in main calculator screen
  • Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y1][ENTER]. Main calculator screen echoes Y1
  • Press [+]. Screen shows Y1+
  • Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y2][ENTER]. Main calculator screen echoes Y1+Y2
  • Press [ENTER] to obtain the value of f+g at X=5
As you can see, if you want a different operation f-g, f*g, or f`/g for a different value of X, you will have to repeat steps 6 and 7.

I am going to show you how to create a small program that will perform all the 4 operations in sequence, each time asking you for the value of X you want to use. If you are not interested, you can ignore what follows. I remain convinced that it will be helpful for other visitors.

Creating a simple program

Press [PRGM]
Use arrow to highlight [NEW]
Press [ENTER]
Screen displays
PROGRAM
Name= with alpha cursor blinking
Type in the name, for example FOPG ( meaning F operation G) or anything else. Do not use a keyword (reserved command of the TI84Plus) These are what you find in the [CATALOG].

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The top line on each screen capture is inserted by the program editor after you choose the name. The last line of first screen is the the same line as the second line on 2nd screen. It must not be entered. The colon : is supplied by the program editor. It is the beginning of an instruction.

There are only to commands that are repeated here: Disp and Prompt

Disp orders the program to display
  1. a message (what is between the quotation marks) or
  2. the result of a calculation: Y1+Y2, Y1-Y2, Y1*Y2, or Y1/Y2
Prompt X will display X=? and the blinking cursor. You are supposed to enter the desired value of X and press [ENTER].
The Disp and Prompt command are accessed through the command catalog by pressing [2nd][0] (CATALOG) then scrolling along the list of commands to find the one needed. Shortcuts are possible (see below)

How to key in the program steps within the program editor
: Disp "F+G"

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...] Disp
Press [ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp
Press [ALPHA] [+] ("). Editor shows :Disp "
Press [ALPHA][COS] (F). Editor shows :Disp "F
Press [+]. Editor shows :Disp "F+
Press [ALPHA][TAN] (G). Editor shows :Disp "F+G
Press [ALPHA][+] (") Editor shows :Disp "F+G"
Press [ENTER] to validate instruction
Calculator inserts a new line :

: Disp Y1+Y2
Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...] Disp
Press [ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp
Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y1][ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp Y1
Press [+] . Editor shows :Disp Y1+
Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y2][ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp Y1+Y2
Press {ENTER] to validate instruction
Editor inserts a new line :


:Prompt X
Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [8](P) [Scroll Down [till...] Prompt
Press [ENTER]. Editor shows :Prompt
Press [X,T.theta,n] key. Editor shows :Prompt X
Press [ENTER] to validate instruction
Editor inserts a new line :

To save program
Once all instructions are entered, press [2nd][QUIT] to save program.

To run program


  1. Press [PRGM]
  2. Under the [EXEC] menu, the list of available programs appears.
  3. Type the number corresponding to the one you want to run ( FOPG) and press [ENTER].
  4. The main calculator screen displays prgmFOPG and blinking cursor.
  5. Press [ENTER] to make it run
  6. Enter a value of X and press [ENTER]
  7. Follow instructions.

Dec 21, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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How to enable registry editing


Method 1 - Using Group Policy Editor If you are using an edition of Windows Vista (Windows Vista Business, Enterprise and Ultimate editions) which includes the Group Policy Editor, follow these steps:
  • Click Start, type gpedit.msc in the Search box, and press ENTER
  • Go to the following branch:
User Configuration | Administrative Templates | System
  • Double-click Prevent access to registry editing tools
  • Set it as Not Configured
Important: If it's already set to Not Configured, set it to Enabled and click Apply. Then repeat the steps and revert the setting back to Not Configured. This removes the registry based policy if set already.
Method 2 This method should work in all editions of Windows Vista.
  • Download reg_enable.vbs attached at the end of this article, and save it to Desktop
  • Open an elevated command prompt. To do this, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.
  • Switch to your Desktop directory by typing the following command, and then pressing ENTER:
cd /d %userprofile%\desktop
  • Then, type the following command and press ENTER
wscript.exe reg_enable.vbs
  • Type EXIT to close the Command Prompt window.
If everything worked fine, the DisableRegistryTools policy should have been removed by now. See if you're able to launch Regedit.exe now.

Dec 11, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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