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We all know we need them so here is the current list and how to find them.
2. Display Quality
3. Hardware and Devices
4. Home Group
5. Incoming Connections
6. Internet Connections
7. Internet Explorer Performance
8. Internet Explorer Safety
9. Network Adapter
11. Playing and Burning CDs,DVDs and Blu-ray Discs
12. Playing Audio
15. Program Compatibilty
16. Recording Audio
17. Search and Indexing
18. Set up TV Tuner
19. Shared Folders
20. System Maintenance
21. Windows Media Player DVD
22. Windows Media Player Library
23. Windows Media Player Settings
24. Windows Update
Getting To The tools And Have Them All On One Page.
Go to Start and left click.
Go to Control Panel and left click.
Left click in the search box top right,and type troubleshooter.
Now look to the left side you'll see Troubleshooting,left click that.
Now look back to the left side and you will see the words View all,left click that.
When the new window opens you'll see all tools listed on one page.
Hope this tip helps.
It sounds like you have connection issues.
For starter please consider disabling your firewall (under control panel) then try connecting.
If this doesn't work please try reseting internet explorer settings (under explorer-tools).
Check with tech support of linkedln to see if they require special internet explorer security settings and have them walk you through your settings to make sure nothing has changed.
Last but not least I'd try to go to system restore and restore to a point where you are sure evrything had worked like couple of weeks ago or even one month ago if possible.
(start-programs-accessories-system tools-system restore).
The system restore tool doesn't erase or change any data although if installed any program since that point you are going to have to reinstall it since system restore will restore all registry information to that specific point and disregard everything you did afterwards, therefor I'm going to have to tell you to use at your own risk.
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