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Lost the program Vesta


I lost the Vesta Program in my lap top ,I've install another program but i lost som itemes ,my computer age not mor than 6monthes

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    Can I Get The Windows Vesta?

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You can download vista from a bittorrent site and use the product key from the bottom of the laptop

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Lost a program after removing a RAM memory stick. How to restore it?


If the program was hard written to your hard disk drive then the chances of it "vanishing" after you remove a ram module is practically nil. I've seen weird thing like this happen before so Id probably start by scanning your system for virus's , spy/mal ware etc if you download a lot of free junk from the web. Was there a reason you removed the ram module in the first place?

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GIGABYTE INSTALATION CD-KEY


Suggest contact Gigabyte Support,

http://www.gigabyte.com/about-gigabyte/contact-us.aspx

Perhaps there is a way you can put the disk in your computer, and Gigabyte can see it is a valid CD. Then they may issue a new product key.

(Or I'm dreaming)

What program is it? Post back in a Comment.
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Jan 02, 2013 | Motherboards

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How to find lost programs on a computer?


click start all programs you should see all programs you have or click start all programs accessories also
click start search type in part or all of the name of the program then press enter to search
hope this helps you

Aug 24, 2011 | Motherboards

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HI. I ve a NEC versa pro VA12J. When i start my laptop it starts with beep sound and shows BIOS screen with an error message: 0251: system CMOS checksum bad- default configration used. During this period,...


This "0251" error indicates that the CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor; a memory chip that holds data the computer needs each time it starts, such as the current time and the BIOS [Basic Input/Output System]) has become corrupted or damaged, typically because of one of these three reasons: A BIOS update has gone awry, a recently installed program incorrectly modified the BIOS, or the computer battery is running out of power.

If you recently upgraded the BIOS, the first thing you should do is edit the BIOS settings. The BIOS developer can help you access the BIOS Setup utility and configure the BIOS accordingly. Likewise, if you recently installed a program that may have modified the BIOS, contact the software developer for assistance in reconfiguring the BIOS for the new program.
If you did neither of these things, the culprit is probably a faltering battery. You can probably replace the battery on your own, but the process varies widely depending on the type and age of the computer. We suggest consulting the documentation that came with your computer or contact the computer manufacturer to determine the type of battery involved, where to purchase a new one, and how to replace it. You can also access the BIOS Setup utility and write down the BIOS settings to reconfigure the BIOS correctly after installing the replacement battery. Once the new battery is in place, you will have to reconfigure the BIOS and reset the system time, but the error message shouldn't appear again.

hope this helps

Jan 09, 2011 | NEC Laptop Motherboard (1580262530)

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Hi I have a Western Digital Elements backup harddrive . I installed it on Tuesday , worked on my machine yesterday and today the drive is not being recognized by my pc. I rebooted, unplugged and replugged...


Hookup that hard drive to another computer. If it works then that means there is a problem with the ports on your computer. If the drive doesn't work on another computer, then that means the drive is bad and would need to be replaced. Let me know the exact model number of your hard drive and then I can explain to you how to setup automatic daily backups of your hard drive.

Sep 30, 2010 | Western Digital Motherboards

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I want to restore my lap top back to from box settings how do i do this


Restart your computer and press alt+F10 or ctrl+10 and recovery program will start and then follow the on screen instructions

Jul 04, 2010 | Motherboards

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I have lost all sound from my computer,, what do i need to retreve it back again


You might need to reinstall the sound drivers. From the CD that came with the computer, or the manufacturer's website, or you can use a driver finder program.

There are more things you can check, but the sound drivers are the first thing to check/install.

May 12, 2010 | Motherboards

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How do i find out what my motherboard model is? my computer is HP p6323p-b


you can try a little program its called cpu-z
There you can find som info about your mainboard
http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

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http://www.dodownload.net/drivers/asus-p4xp-x-sound-driver.html
copy paste the above address into address bar press enter will take you to site for your sound drivers up to xp not vista

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