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Re: problem in connecting with broadband prepaid kit
It sounds like the kit is using windows computability mode to run. You can check this by rt clicking on the icon on your desktop and picking properties, then click on the compatibility tab and see if there is a check next to run this.If this does not help please post back your Ethernet card model# and the driver you have installed. Hope you have this worked out.
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try to connect the usb HDD in windows with safe mode(by pressing F8 while booting ) and try to check the HDD system disk by windows tool, this might solve some errors. and restart ur device & can work normally then, if windows found errors on ur harddisk & fixed them. good luck
Insert operating system disk in drive.
Click Start. Click Run. Type
type in command prompt
System file checker will replace the missing files.
run registry cleaner reg in out also to fix it
Weird category. Seems OS- or program-specific enough.
The exception codes are supposed to give you insight into what's going on, (Intel exceptions C000 00029 and E043 4F4D in the context of Vista or your CPU in particular, say) but perhaps you should try the Vista equivalent of WinXP's RunAs options, where you can run them as older applications and dodge some incompatibilities.
Similarly, you might want to create a VM (or runtime jail; many, many options to be had there...) and try it in that context, so that if the program's spoiling things at least your system won't need to worry or crash. The easiest thing of course is to find updates of those programs that promise to play well with Vista.