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Confusion in process of getting e-mail service restored

The problem is not with my laptop but with Google e-mail/g-mail service. See other description submitted a moment ago.

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Re: confusion in process of getting e-mail service...


Unfortunately, Google does not have a telephone support number. You can, however, contact the Gmail team via their website:

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What do the PUSHAD instructions accomplish?

According to several sources including online college level assembly language courses (check assembly language books or google it too)
It pushes all of the 32-bit general-purpose registers on the stack. According to Alpheus's post at:

it states:

The PUSHAD instruction always pushes all 8 general purpose registers onto the stack. A single PUSHAD instruction is equivilent to writing: Push EAX Push ECX Push EDX Push EBX Push ESP Push EBP Push ESI Push EDI POPAD pops the values back off the stack in reverse order, thus restoring all the register values.
PUSHAD and POPAD are useful for performing a easy save and restore of the general purpose registers without having to PUSH and POP every individual register in turn.
Similarly, PUSHFD and POPFD are used to save and restore the EFLAGS register. Although not really used that much in ordinary programs, the instructions are useful when (for example) a process context switch is performed (or anywhere else where the value of the flags register must be restored).
how does the pushfd operation push a value such as 00000A46 to the stack?
It's just how the data is interpreted. The EFLAGS register is a set of 32 bits. If you divide the bits up into 8 groups of 4 (8*4=32), you can map each 4 bit chunk to a hexadecimal character (0..9,A-F). Likewise, you can convert the hexadecimal values back to a set of bits:
00000A46 = 0000(0) 0000(0) 0000(0) 0000(0) 0000(0) 1010(A) 0100(4) 0110(6)
These are the values of the bits that were stored in the EFLAGS register.

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Feb 07, 2013 | Intel Computer Processors

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My Lenovo U165 hung, and after waiting for the system to resume, the laptop suddenly freaked, screen went blue (with white text) for a split second, before the laptop restarted. What happened?

Remove all USB attached devices like drives.

  • Roll back system with System Restore. Win 7 - Start > Search type System Restore. XP - Is Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore. Now choose a date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.
  • Uninstall last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.

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If my dell studio 1747 currently sports a i7 720qm (w/ the model also supporting the 820qm). Should I be able to plug & play upgrade to a 840qm without worrying about bios compatability?

If you're talking about the dell studio 1747 laptop, then I would suggest not doing this. Replacing processors in laptops means opening up the laptop and probably damaging the laptop or voiding the warrantee in the process. If its still under warrantee I would suggest talking directly with Dell Support to see what options are available to you for an upgrade. I would advise against removing processors from laptops yourself and leaving that to the manufacturer that you purchased it from, that way the work is warranteed.

Dell support representatives are actively standing by on their live chat sessions at

Simply get the "service tag" number off the bottom of the laptop and the website should show you all the information available on your laptop, plus warrantee information.

Feb 07, 2011 | Intel Core" I7 Processor Retail Boxed...

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How can i get a picture from one of my folders to email it to someone?

Most email programs have an 'insert' function. Click on it, then find the photo you want and click on it then OK. The image is then an attachment to the email.

Sep 29, 2009 | Computer Processors

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Laptop powers on, but windows doesnt load

Boot PC from Windows XP installation CD you will be ask to instal fresh copy or repair existing installation - go for "fresh copy" software will analyze you PC and try to find your previous copy of Win XP you will be ask again to repair copy of your existing Windows Xp now go for "Repair" option so installation software restore all Windows files and will keep all your settings*.
This solution is only temporary because IE 7 and 8 will no longer work after restoring - backup all your data and instal fresh copy of Win XP after all and always keep Your Backup up to date!!

Sep 07, 2009 | Medion (40010998)

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When i turn on my laptop it gives me the option to hit f2 for setup. i restored default settings and still i get nothing. waht is wrong with it?

Usually this will be prompted with this if your CMOS battery on your laptop motherboard gone weak. Just replace the CMOS battery which is inside your laptop by yourself or by giving to a service center. Then after that restore the default settings and restart your laptop. It wont prompt you to press F2

Aug 04, 2009 | Computer Processors

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Cant get home e-mail on work computer

You need to change the settings of your e-mail provider to what is called IMAP...This leaves the original e-mail on your mail server, allowing you to check from multiple locations. If you are getting them at home, but not able to get them on a laptop, work computer etc...You probable have it set to POP mail, and it needs to be changed to IMAP... Some more info as to what mail you are using, and if you are trying to retrieve them using the web, or a mail client such as Outlook or Thunderbird would help clarify your problem a little more.

Mar 16, 2009 | Dell Pentium 4, 2.26 GHz (1W391)

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How do i email?

My suggestion is to signup for a FREE Gmail Account today!
For information regarding a Gmail account, refer to the link below...
I hope this helps...

Jan 09, 2009 | Intel Celeron® M 540, 1.86 GHz

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My e-mail page has been changed since yesterday. I have pictures in my mail I can1t open. The white screen is very ******* my eyes. How do I get my e-mail back like it was?



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