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Sandisk instructions


Which operating system ?
Encryption is a method of preventing unauthorized access to computer files.
When you apply encryption to a file, the file is altered so that it cannot be read by others, unless you have given them an encryption key.

Windows XP supports encryption through EFS, the Encrypting File System.
If you have encrypted a file on your Windows XP computer, but no longer want or need the file to be encrypted, you can remove file encryption by changing the file's properties in Windows Explorer. Locate the file from which you want to remove encryption in Windows Explorer.
Right-click on the file, then click the "Properties" link in the context-menu.

This opens a Properties window.
Click the "Advanced" button in the attributes section of the Properties window.

This opens the Advanced Attributes window.
Click to uncheck the box next to "Encrypt contents to secure data" in the Advanced Attributes window.

Click the "OK" button to close the Advanced Attributes window.
Click the "Apply" button in the Properties window, then click the "OK" button.

This closes the window and completes the encryption removal process.
Open Encrypted Files

Windows XP supports file encryption through EFS, the Encrypting File System.
You can encrypt files with EFS so that only you and designated users can open them.

You open files that you encrypted just as you would any other files.
However, you cannot open files that another user encrypted with EFS, and other users cannot open files that you encrypted, unless the user trying to open the file has been added to the list of authorized users for that file.

You can authorize users to open encrypted files using the Windows XP EFS management tools.
Click the "Start" button, then click the "My Computer" icon on the Start menu.

This opens the My Computer window. Navigate to the encrypted file for which you want add an authorized user.


Right click the encrypted file, then click the "Properties" link in the context menu. This opens the Properties window.

Click the "Advanced" button in the Properties window.
This opens the Advanced Attributes window.

Click the "Details" button in the Advanced Attributes window.
This opens the Encryption Details window.

Click the "Add" button in the Encryption Details window.
This opens the "Select User" dialog box.

Click the user you want authorize to open the encrypted file, then click the "OK" button.
This closes the dialog box.

Click the "OK" buttons in the Encryption Details and Advanced Attributes windows to close them. Click the "Apply" button in the Properties window, then click the "OK" button to close the window and complete the process.

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Game won't start


There is a file in the Program folder that you need to launch to make the game compatible with Windows 7. The prelauncher.exe file downloads the files that the program needs to run in Windows 7. The file is located in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Phantom EFX\ online casino\ bin folder (go to your C drive, go to Program Files (x86), go to Phantom EFX, etc). Double click on the prelauncher.exe file and allow the program to download and write the files to program. After the file has written all of the files to the folder for the Reel Deal Vegas Experience Casino game, you can launch the olclauncher file and you will be able to play the game.

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Loading problem


Mostly this issue will be due to the temperory internet files will be full . So you need to clear it .
-- Run Type temp -- Hit Enter a Window will open -- Select all the files from that window then delete the files -- then Run Type prefetch -- Hit Enter a Window will open -- Select all the files from that window then delete the files -- Run Type %temp% -- Hit Enter a Window will open -- Select all the files from that window then delete the files -- Now restart the browser then the issue will be fixed

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Can i convert a 32 bit to a 64 bit


You can use the Upgrade option during Windows 7 installation, which preserves your files, settings, and programs, only if you're currently running a 32-bit version of Windows Vista and you want to upgrade to the 32-bit version of Windows 7. Similarly, if you are running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista, you can only perform an upgrade to a 64-bit version of Windows 7. For more information, go to Upgrading to Windows 7: frequently asked questions on the Windows website.
If you want to move from a 32-bit version of Windows to a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or vice versa, you'll need to back up your files and choose the Custom option during Windows 7 installation. Then, you'll need to restore your files and reinstall your programs. For more information about performing a custom installation, see Installing and reinstalling Windows 7‍.
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  • To install a 64-bit version of Windows 7 on a computer running a 32-bit version of Windows, you'll need to start, or boot, your computer using a 64-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files.
  • If you start your computer using a 64-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files, but your computer isn't capable of running a 64-bit version of Windows, you'll see a Windows Boot Manager error. You'll need to use a 32-bit Windows 7 installation disc or files instead.
  • Windows Easy Transfer can't transfer files from a 64-bit version of Windows to a 32-bit version of Windows. If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista but you plan to install a 32-bit version of Windows 7, you can move your files to an external location manually or use Backup and Restore in Windows Vista. For more information, go to Back up your files and

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Have new computer - Windows 7.


Hi,
We cannot simply open .bkp file. Use NT backup software and select restore option and select this file to restore.
This way u can restore the files backed up in this .bkp file.
Please come back and vote for me if this find to be helpful for you. Thnx

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When i insert a burned cd, the cd is recognized as such, but it does not see the files on it.It considers it as an empty cd


If you have burned CDs using Windows XP, you are already familiar with the Mastered format. The latest version of Windowsoffers a new format, called Live File System. Discs that use the LiveFile System format are often more convenient because you can copyselected files immediately and as often as you want, as if the discwere a floppy disc or USB flash drive. On the other hand, Live FileSystem discs can’t be used in all computers and devices. Use this guideto understand the difference between Live File System and Mastereddiscs:Discs formatted with the Live File System option:Work like a USB flash drive or floppy disk, meaning you can copy files to disc immediately without having to burn them. Are convenient if you want to keep a disc in the burn drive and copy files whenever the need arises.Are only compatible with Windows XP and later versions of Windows.Discs formatted with the Mastered option:Don’tcopy files immediately, meaning you need to select the entirecollection of files that you want to copy to the disc, and then burnthem all at once. Are convenient if you want to burn a large collection of files, such as a music CD.Are compatible with older computers and devices such as CD players and DVD players.
Why are there different versions of the Live File System format? Eachversion of the Live File System format is compatible with differentoperating systems. Depending on which computers you plan to use a discin, you might need to select a different version of Live File System.If you plan to use your disc on the latest version of Windows,however, you will never need to change the version of Live File Systemyou use. If you need to make discs that are compatible with earlierversions of Windows, use the table below to select the right Live File System version for your needs:
The following table describes Live File System versions and their appropriate uses.


1.02
This format can be read on Windows 98 as well as many Apple computers. You should use this version if you need to format DVD-RAM or MO (Magneto-optical) discs.
1.5
This format is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. It might not be compatible with Windows 98 or Apple computers.
2.01
This format is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Server . It might not compatible with Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Apple computers.
2.5
This format is designed for the latest version of Windows and might not be compatible with earlier versions of Windows.
For information on how to choose one of these versions when you format a disc, see Format a CD or DVD.
Top of page Foranother computer to be able to read a DVD disc, that computer must havea DVD drive. CDs can be used in both CD and DVD drives.

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Cannot use my pictures folder in windows XP, error reads Uxcore.d


Try re-installing uxcore.dll file.

To re-install UXCore.dll

Just follow this repair link (http://www.corruptedfilerepair.com/File-Information/UXCore.dll-Windows-Live-Client-UX-Microsoft-Corporation.asp) and download the file named UXcore.dll

To download and install a DLL file, you will first need to download the DLL file and register it on your computer.

Steps:

1. Download the DLL file from the download link on this page and save the file to one of the folders as seen in step 3. .EXE files do not need to be manually registered.

2. Backup the old version of the DLL file.

3. Click Start > Run and type in the following command:

Windows 95, 98, or Me:
regsvr32 \windows\system\UXCore.dll

Windows NT or 2000:
regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\UXCore.dll

Windows XP or Vista or Windows 7:
regsvr32 \windows\system32\UXCore.dll

Download File UXCore.dll

EXE (Executable) Files:

Steps:

1. Download the file to a folder on your computer

2. Scan the .EXE file using an Anti-Virus Scanner.

3. Run the .EXE file by double-clicking the file

ZIP/RAR Archives:

You will need to uncompress the files in the archive using WinRAR or WinZip first.


Nore : Default Location - c:\program files\windows live\installer\uxcore.dll

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Your offer


try and install the newest service pack, that will replace most of the windows files. if that doesn't work, you can use the extract command in the windows command console to extract the needed files from the windows cabinet files (*.cab) off the windows installation cd.

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Problem w/ WIN2000 Pro & XP Pro


HERE IS THE SOLUTION :
click on the link given below and find oc25.dll....if you are unable to find press keyboard key cntrl + f .A dialog box will appear now type oc25.dll and hit find key and you will find the oc25.dll .click on that file to download it to your computer.

http://www.dlldump.com/dll-files/O_2.html

Once you have downloaded the file you are looking for you still need to make sure Windows or the program causing the error can find it. Follow these steps:

1. If you are encountering an error with Windows...
The file you downloaded needs to be placed into the Windows System directory. On most machines this is one of the following locations:
C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me),
C:\WINNT\System32 (Windows NT/2000), or
C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP).

If you are encountering an error with a particular program...
The file most likely needs to be in this program's directory. This directory is where the program is installed (i.e. c:\Program Files\ThisProgram).

If this step solves the problem, you do not need to complete step 2.

2. You may to register this file with Windows. Click on the Start Menu and then on 'Run'. If you are replacing a Windows system file, type the following command:
regsvr32 \windows\system\file.dll (Windows 95/98/ME),
regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\file.dll (Windows NT/2000), or
regsvr32 \windows\system32\file.dll (Windows XP).

For example, 'regsvr32 \windows\system\apphelp.dll'

If you are replacing a file for another program, change the directory where appropriate. For example, 'regsvr32 \program files\Norton\xyz.dll'

If the file is registered correctly, you will receive a positive confirmation message.
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Apr 28, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Windows dont start


It means that some files needed for windows to restart are missing,probably a system file or boot files. Some windows xp users usually re-install and repair their windows xp system using their original windows xp install disk and selecting the "repair" ooption. But another practical solution is to note down the missing file, then,on another PC using the same system,search for that file and copy, though you will have to note the folder location of that missing file from another PC. Boot your PC (the one that doesn't boot) with a system diskand on the command prompt (DOS prompt) copy the missing file from yourcopy disk to the same location where the missing file should be situated.

If the practical suggestion wouldn't work, then you have to re-install your windows on top of the current installation using your windows cd to repair yourwindows sytem, if this still doesn't then you have to install a new windows systemlocated in a different location in your disk, this way you still go to your saved files and backup your files.

Apr 18, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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