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Re: my pc p4 2.4 works normally but sometime it...
Starting when you install a new windows xp ,,the windows will be fresh and fast and after dumping the data and by installing software the windows speed may get slower ----
-so to make it faster ,,,you defragment your system , remove temporary files by clicking start > run > temp > enter and remove all the temp files and even click start > run > %temp% >enter >remove temp files from this folder also
.right click my computers > properties > advanced >under performance click setings > and tick mark adjust for best performance ---> this will make you system to perform faster
download a reg cure registry cleaner and a norton antivirus 2009
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Click on the start button > right click on 'computer' > choose properties > (top left) device manager > you will see a list of drivers
Bluetooth should be near the top
IF you don't see Bluetooth, you will need to purchase an external Bluetooth receiver.
sometimes, a GFI will be controlled by another GFI. Did you "reset" the GFI ( if there is one ) in the bathroom? You have to find out where
The wires in the dead GFI come from. Electrical panel....circuit breakers. Did you flip each circuit breaker off then on to reset them ?
Do you have an electrical meter ? let me know then we will go from there.
Burning dvd\'s is always a crapshoot when you have multiple machines. Computer drives are more tolerant on playback - the problem lies with your other, independent playback units. That is why in your main viewing area it is important that you have a few units so that if disk does not play in one machine, it will play on another. Has to do with the individual differences and calibrations of the machines involved. Store bought dvd\'s have less problems because their laser reflectivity is always higher than disks you burn, and therefore, easier to read properly. Price of the unit has no reflection on ability to properly read the disk. Sometimes and often, a cheaper machine will work better with copies - you never know.
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Yahoo Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.mail.yahoo.com (port 110) Yahoo Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - smtp.mail.yahoo.com (port 25)
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My computer is appear " The System BIOS has detected that your notebook PC was not into hibernation or shutdown to avoid overheating.The system is now operating normally. Overheating may occur if the cooling vents are blocked or the operating temperature exceeds the specification.The notebook PC should return to normal operation once the situation is resolved." System temperature (90D)
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Unfortunately, the only way I've found to be completely rid a machine of this is to wipe the hard drive and reload the operating system. This is an advertisement virus and this particular bug leaves several sleepers that lie inactive making it near impossible for any antivirus to find them. Once you get rid of the active virus, one or two, but not all of the sleepers will activate leaving several more hidden and inactive, and what makes it even harder to "get rid of" is that it hides the sleepers in file that your antivirus normally doesn't check on a regular basis, ie... picture files, music, screen savers, etc.. It will also hide them in registry files, so doing a system repair won't work either.