PC computer, microsoft XP, boots up easily and no problems unless I stop working (mouse or keyboard inputs) FOR 10-15 minutes. Then no response to mouse or keyboard inputs. I can only turn off by interupting power input. When I restart everything is OK again. This aplies to Google functions and microsoft word functions.
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Visit Microsoft website. You can get direction there to make it a legal copy. But, you might have to pay. To say more, there is no online updates for WinXP now. Microsoft have stopped it by April this year. In my opinion, it will he best to work with Win-7 or higher. Contact any vendor to install a legal copy to your system. Electro help
No, you don't. The software to drive a keyboard and mouse are included in Windows. You didn't say if your have a wireless mouse & keyboard. If so, change the batteries, push the "connect" button on each device and also on the antenna if it has a connect button.
The game must have been corrupted. The only way is to uninstall it then reinstall it again. Also make sure that your pc meets the system requirements to run the game. Free up your disk space too, before you reinstall the game.
Press STOP to stop recording.
Click "save" and save the recording to a file in your "My Documents" folder.
Open your "My Documents" folder.
What is the "size" of the file?
Click with the SECOND (usually the RIGHT) mouse-button on the file, and click 'Play' (with Windows Media Player).
Does it play?
Does Windows Media Player show the correct length (minutes:seconds) for the recording?
No it looks like they stopped the support at the old one, this means they did'nt make any drivers for the old one to function on vista. Vista uses a very diferent driver model than xp does. The drivers for xp won't work in any way on vista.
Install MDAC 2.8. (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=6c050fe3-c795-4b7d-b037-185d0506396c&DisplayLang=en) There's no need to uninstall anything - just put it straight over the top of the current MDAC install.