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I'm having problems when I try to install ICVerify v.4.2.0 when I have IE 10 in my machine. Is there a fix to this? Maybe installing an older version of IE, for example, IE 9?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
delete the fix it utility and reinstalled it coz the path is not recognized you have to wait to fully reinstalled it but one thing for sure if you reinstalled it just be carefulyou might have more problem than before.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
First do this.....
Reboot the computer and enter bios by..
When the blue DELL™ logo appears, press <F2> immediately
You might have to try this a few times since you have to be really quick,
In system setup (bios)
Set CD Drive as first device in the boot sequence. Press F10 then chose "Y" to save.
1. Put your old XP CD in and reboot.
2. After reboot if asked if you want to start on cd chose yes.
3. start Win Xp installation from your old XP cd.
4. delete partiton 1 on your C: hard drive
5. create new partition
6. Start installation and format the c:drive
7. Follow the installation instructions,,,
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Boot.ini is a hidden system file. To edit it you will need to 'see' it. Open Windows Explorer and go to the local disk C:. Click on Tools and then on Folder Options. Click on View in the next window and scroll down until you find 'View hidden system files' and mark that. Close the windows until you are back the the view of C:. You should be able to see boot.ini. If not, press F5 to refresh the screen. Right click on boot.ini and choose Open. Make the modification you want and the save and close the file. When you have finished, repeat the step above and clear the mark to view the hidden files. That will help prevent system files from accidentally being deleted.
Good luck and please let me know how it works out for you. ~ Spoem
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Java should be an easy thing to do. Windows automatic updates should cover the java updates just so you know.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
make sure to use a bootable win xp setup disc
and the message (insert system disc) means that the system was unable to find a boot sector ie the hard disk or the xp setup disc
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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