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I was trying to remove some programs from my control panel i must have mistakenly remove a vatal program as when i signed of later and sign back in the monitor starts up normally then goes blank the page where i can click on the chose accts doesn't show

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Try turning on your computer and keep pressing F8 and it should bring you to a menu. Choose "safe mode" and see if you can get into safe mode. If you can get into safe mode and then go into system restore and choose a date back to when you computer was last working properly for you. If you can't get into safe mode and goes back to a black screen then your OS is corrupt and you'll need to wipe out the hard drive and restore you computer back to factory defaults.

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How do i turn off pure horoscopes

If this is a program or browser toolbar that was installed you could try uninstalling it. Go to the Windows control panel and click on "Add/Remove Programs" or "Programs and Features."

Depending on how much software you have installed and the speed of your computer it may take some time to load the full list. Once it is loaded look for an entry with the name of the program (Pure Horoscopes) and select it. When you've selected it right click and choose Uninstall or Change. Then simply follow the prompts and it should be removed from your system.

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I entered the problem before. Here it is again:

In the Control Panel>Accessibility>Display
If the high contrast box is checked, uncheck it.
When you say in "Add program", where is that exactly? Under Display in the Accessibility window I only see High Contrast Options andCursor Options. Did you maybe change a program in the Control Panels "Add or Remove Programs" section? It's either that


your monitor may be entering power saving mode.

This problem could be that your Power Options in the Control Panel have been switched to "switch off the component ever now and then to save power". To change this, do the following:

1) Navigate to the Control Panel by clicking Start and then Control Panel. Then double click on Power Options as shown below circled in red.
2) This will then display the Power Options window as shown below.
3) Once you have opened the Power Option Properties, under Power Schemes select the one that best suits your PC system.
4) Then you can select whether or not to switch off your monitor and/or hard drives after a period of time when it is not being used.

If you have your PC on most of the time then I suggest you select Never as the turn off option for both your hard drive and monitor. If you are using a laptop the turning off the hard drive and screen can however save on battery power when the laptop is not in use.

If your problem persists then it might just be as simple as a loose connection, make sure that your monitor display plug is correctly plugged into your display card or onboard display correctly.

Let me know how it goes.

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Want to delete free ride games get the free games off my computer

Please click the start button in the lower left hand side of your screen.
-Next choose control panel
-Depending on your version of Windows you'll need to find the Add/Remove Programs in control panel, if you're using XP it will be quite self evident (you may have to switch to classic view, a self evident option in control panel). If you're using Vista or 7 go Programs-->Uninstall Program or just Uninstall Program if you see it available under the word Programs.
-Select each of the items you want to delete one at a time and carefully follow the instructions of the un-install program. Some programs may be tricky and try to get you to sign up for something new while deleting your program so pay attention and keep an eye of for check boxes.
Hope this helps, Thank you.

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I am trying to dowload the adobe 9.34 reader and it fails because it cannot find adobe 7.09 reader with msi for installing it. Any suggestions?

Click Start
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Click uninstall.

When complete, download and install the latest Adobe Reader software.

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Yahoo may just be having server issues if the rest of your internet seems to be running fine.

Try re-downloading later on once they may have solved the issue. Remember there are plenty of other messenger programs compatible with the Yahoo messenger system.

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Delete from add delete at control panel

The only way to modify the add/remove programs list is to edit the registry. If you are uncomfortable doing this, get someone to help who is, or just leave the registry alone.
It's best to back up the registry in case you make a mistake.
To back up your registry, see this article.

On to the fun part. Follow these instructions exactly. Note: this applies to Windows XP only. If you have Windows Vista, please modify the question.
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. In the Open box, type regedt32, and then click OK.
  3. In Registry Editor, locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
  4. In the left pane, click the Uninstall registry key, and then click Export on the File menu.
  5. In the Export Registry File dialog box that appears, click Desktop in the Save in list, type uninstall in the File name box, and then click Save.
  6. Each key listed under Uninstall in the left pane of Registry Editor represents a program that is displayed in the Currently installed programs list of the Add or Remove Programs tool. To determine which program that each key represents, click the key, and then view the following values in the details pane on the right: DisplayName: The value data for the DisplayName key is the name that is listed in Add or Remove Programs.


    UninstallString: The value data for the UninstallString key is the program that is used to uninstall the program.
  7. After you identify the registry key that represents the program that you removed but which is still displayed in the Currently installed programs list of Add or Remove Programs, right-click the key in the left pane of the Registry Editor window, and then click Delete.

    Click Yes in response to the "Are you sure you want to delete this key and all of its subkeys?" message.
  8. On the File menu, click Exit to quit Registry Editor.
  9. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.

    In the Currently installed programs list, verify that the program whose registry key you deleted is no longer listed.
  10. Do one of the following:
    • If the program list is not correct in Add or Remove Programs, double-click the Uninstall.reg file that you saved to your desktop in step 5 to restore the original list of programs in the registry.

    • If the program list is correct in Add or Remove Programs, right-click the Uninstall.reg file on your desktop, and then click Delete.

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If you are running windows xp, go to start / run . type: msconfig
Go to the start-up tab and see if you can find a reference to the "Digital Media" program and uncheck it.
Also look in the start-up folder in Start / All Programs for this program.
You can delete it from there. This does not remove the program, just does not tell it to start automatically. If you don't use the program, uninstall it.
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