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My hubbie wants to build a box for his subwoofer. Is there a free program that will help him with the making of it?

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There are alot out there.
This will point him in the correct direction

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How can I delete Rocket?

First I will assume that you do not have a "Anti virus" or "internet security" program installed. Big mistake ! Search for "malwarebytes", You might be able to do this on your current systems IE. You will get a number of choices, select the free version. ( Cnet is one source). If you can download the program using IE , install on your desktop, install/run. If not then go to another computer (not infected) enter "malwarebytes" in a search engine. Download to a Flash drive ,insert the flash drive in your "infected system, download the program to the desktop, have internet access on , install/run Malwarebytes, it will go online for updates, then run a scan. Hopefully this will clean your "hijack Virus" . You can then set your home page to whatever is your choice. While on the other system, you can search for "Rocket Search", there are many sources of information, even a You Tube video. You should also download a very handy (free) removal program "Revo Uninstaller", excellent ! While repairing your system, get a FREE antivirus program installed. "Avast (AVG)", "Avira Free Antivirus 2014" are all highly recomended and will protect you in the future. If you get a popup in your future internet roaming, that promotes a free virus scan and repair download, GET AWAY from that ! They frequently are actually a virus of some kind.

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I need Internet Download Manager 6.12 Build 11 serial number

its illegal to provide serial keys for programs that have a retail value on them however you could try this free donload manager

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Missing tool bar when I uploaded to Explorer 7. I cant click on tools to get it back because I dont have a tool bar to acces

Try to uninstall IE7. Once it's removed, restart your computer then it will revert back to the older version IE6. After that you can opt to install IE7 again or much better a newer version like 8 or 9.

To uninstall IE7, kindly follow these steps:
  1. Close all programs.
  2. Click Start and then click Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a Program under the Programs category
  4. In the Tasks pane, click View installed updates.
  5. In the list of installed updates, double-click Windows Internet Explorer 7. In the Uninstall an update dialog box, click Yes.

    Note If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.
  6. Follow the instructions to uninstall Internet Explorer 7.
  7. When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer.
  8. After you restart your computer, open Internet Explorer. Click Help>About Internet Explorer and check if it's on version 6. If it is then proceed with upgrading to a higher version again.

    Hope this helps.

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Windows and Internet Aksplir 8 has been upgraded and did not work after 9

When you upgraded to Internet Explorer 9, it made a backup of Internet Explorer 8 and replaced it. If you are running windows xp you would have had the Beta release of IE 9, as the full blown release will not run on xp. It was designed only for Vista or Windows 7.

In order to get IE 8 back, you will need to go to Start > Control Panel and look for the option to Uninstall or Change Programs or the Icon for Programs and Features if in icon view. Once the list of programs loads, look for Internet Explorer 9 and then highlight it and click Uninstall at the top of the screen. It will remove the new version and replace it with your previous version. You will need to reboot the machine when it is finished.

Once back up and running you should have IE 8 back in place and fully functional.

Apr 06, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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First let me say I have Parkinson's and Rheumatoid Art. I type w/ two finger, so please excuse the typos. My huaband writes for a publication, but doesn't use the computer. I can no longer do is...

Hi Lynn. I'm sorry to hear about your PC problems.
Reinstalling the program may fix things, but it's hard to nail a precise answer as we don't know what causes the program to fail. Usually programs that require some profile to work, will offer you an option to save the profile for future use. It it's difficult to create a profile from scratch, then go ahead and have the old profile saved, so you don't have to re-create it next time you install DNS. However, from a tech-support perspective, if the program is making an unknown error and fails to start, it may be best to do a fresh install and recreate the profile.
I have a friend that's doing his PhD in theology, and is 80% blind, so he also uses a typing service similar to DNS. The one he uses is free, or maybe it even was a part of the Microsoft Office pack, which comes with typing assistant. All that to say I understand the problems that these typing assistants can cause, and I'll try to help as much as possible so that you can fix the problem and have DNS working.
You may try to reinstall the program, and also run Windows Update (usually at the top of the Start menu) to make sure your system is up to date. Once your system downloads and installs all the addons, restart the PC and go through the DNS install again. Hopefully this would do the job. If it doesn't, let me know and we'll take it from there.
As for the typing service, it's hard to say because it mostly depends on how fast the typist is, and the handwriting of your husband. Naturally, if the handwriting is not easy to read, work will be slower and the cost per page will be higher. So, it may be best to try and find some young adults that don't have a job and that are willing to do the work. The best place to go is to talk to a youth pastor from churches near by, because you'll want someone that you can talk to, someone that will be able to see the text before they make a commitment, and of course you'll want someone that you can trust relatively safely.
Another option is to go to and create a job for data entry/typing. I just checked it, there are posts of typing projects but of course, the price varies from project to project and of course you'll have to set your budget before you make the post.

Hope this was helpful. If it was, please vote with a Thumb Up (top right corner of this post). Thank you.

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My MS Windows Professional computer(version 5.1.2600 service pack.Build - 2600) is slow on all fronts.Need ABSOLUTELY FREE fixing,subsequent to a free scan.All offers on the web are for free scans.But...

The BEST solution is to reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows and your applications.

The easiest would be to run an anti-virus & malware program. AVG is a decent free anti-virus scanner. Programs like MalwareBytes Anti-Malware & Spybot are decent at trying to remove malware/rootkit infestations.

However, the simplest and most effective solution is to start over from a clean slate.

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Try to update the version of Internet Explorer that you are using and consider using a different and more secure browser.

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Panda firewall

Go into the Safe Mode.
Restart the PC
Press F8
Select Safe Mode
Once you're in the Safe Mode uninstall the Panda software
Restart the PC again
Download from the following free programs.

1. Firewall Plus
2. Anti-Virus

Download from google pack the following free program

3. Spyware Doctor Starter Editiion (free updates)

Now use these programs instead of Panda software, they all update for free and have ondemand scanner protection. Just set them to run either full or intelli scan weekly or daily. I do it daily for added protection. Updates can be set daily or weekly.

One more software which is good for the browser is called:
4. SpywareBlaster

5. Firefox 3 for your browser is better than IE that comes with XP.

Again 4 and 5 are free and update for free, 4 you have to do it manually which isn't hard to do.

One more item you should get is called CCleaner that can be found on download that and install it. Run the Registry Cleaner feature to remove prior Panda left over files.

One add note run all these programs one at a time to scan your system for anything lurking on it as what is lurking can slow down the system, because it's running on your system.

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Might be obvious things but thought I'd list them ...
  1. Make sure your Internet Connection box (Cable Modem or other) has blinking lights for activity.
  2. Make sure your internet cords are plugged in well.
  3. If in Windows, goto Start | Settings | Control Panel | Network Connections
  4. Right-click on your Network Card, most likely (Local Connection 1) and choose Repair
  5. Try again.
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