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Data management want to make an application that can help me copy data from webpages

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Computer Error 324 comes up when trying to access a website

It seems that error 324 happens for some who also run Internet Download Manager on their system. Here is the info I found:

If you get "Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data" - open IDM and go to menu bar Downloads > Options > General and uncheck the "use advanced browser integration" checkbox.

Aug 23, 2012 | Dell Operating Systems

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I have a nextbook next6 tablet. it comes up with an error reading android.process.acore. all the time. can you help me.

This Android OS acore error seems to lie within contacts synchronization going wrong.
Because of that we need to clear all contacts (and restore them). This is how to do it:
Step 1 - clearing all contacts information
1.First of all, make a backup of all your contacts. You can do this easily by downloading ExportContacts from Market, fire up the app and export contacts to a csv file on your phone memory card. To be sure, copy the csv file to your hard drive too.
2.Then go to Menu -> Settings -> Data synchronization and turn of all synchronization.
3.Go to Settings -> Applications and tap Manage Applications. The list of applications will now take a while to load. When it's finished, find Contacts Storage, tap Clear data and tap Clear cache.
Note: all your contacts information will now be wiped out - but you're safe - you've already exported the contacts.
4.Turn on synchronization again (Menu -> Settings -> Data synchronization).
Step 2 - restore contacts information
Now we just need to restore the contacts information, which is saved in the csv file we created before. We will do this by importing the csv file to Gmail and let Gmail synchronize with the Android phone.
Note: You can import csv files to almost any email program or service, preferably Outlook or Gmail.
1.Login to your Gmail account -> Go to Contacts -> Click Import (top right corner).
2.Click Choose File -> Choose your csv file -> Click Import.
Now it might take a short while (a minute or so) for the phone to synchronize your Gmail contacts.
When the synchronization is finished you've got your contacts in Gmail and in the phone.
Shut for tablet down for 30 seconds. Boot it back up.

Sep 06, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I cant cant copy a document from the net to my PC i tried copy but then when i transfer the paste icon cannot be seen

Where are you pasting the copied texts? What is the website? There are many more questions I could raise, but most commonly, when the text on the webpage is white, we won't see the text in Winword or other similar word processing programs. So check the color of the texts on the webpage from where you are trying to copy. Most webpages with colored backgrounds other than white use white texts, on some webpages, it might be different. Please also note that some webpages' contents couldn't be copied, I hope this isn't the case with your problem.
I would also recommend you to restart your computer and see if that makes any sense or not.
Let me know if you need further help.
Good Luck.
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Jun 15, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I upgraded the Android system for my sanyo zio and now i can't recieve any text messeges cause it says that the memory is full and it also says that my phone memory is full eventhough iv'e been erasing...


It seems most of you applications are stored in the Phone Memory and/or your application data is taking up lot of memory. You actually don't have to erase/uninstall applications. Please consider performing the following steps:

  1. Go to Settings --> Applications --> Manage Applications. In this Menu you'll be shown a list of applications. Use the Menu Button to "Sort by Size" and get a list of the applications sorted from high memory usage to low (phone memory). Once this is done, you'll be able to view the memory being used by each of the applications. Click on the applications which you see are consuming more memory and then use the "Clear Data" button to clean up the data being stored by the applications to free up memory. This clears up any cache, cookie, temp files associated with the applications. Depending on your android version, you may also see an additional button "Move to SD Card". The best option to get more space would be to use this button and move the application to the 4 GB SD Card storage.
  2. Optional Step if you do not have "Move to Phone/SD Card" option available - From the Android Market, download and install "App 2 SD Free". Once done, this application should help you free up a lot of space by moving applications from your phone memory to the SD card.
Hope this was helpful. If so, please consider rating this solution.


Mar 09, 2011 | Operating Systems

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My problem is window xp already install in my computer.i want reinstall in my do this?

First, locate the Windows CD that shipped with your PC, along with the CDs for your application software. If you downloaded your antivirus, firewall, or other programs, copy those downloads to a CD or to some other type of removable media. (If your system didn't ship with a Windows CD, your reinstallation files are situated on your hard drive; I'll describe how to access them in just a minute.) Also, dig up the instructions that your ISP sent you for configuring your network settings, and keep them close at hand.
Copy the contents of your 'C:\Documents and Settings' folder (or whichever folder you store your personal files on) to a CD or other removable medium. Then grab any other critical data and back it up. It helps to collect the installers for the latest drivers for your PC's graphics card and other hardware, too.
Ready to ReinstallNow insert the Windows CD that came with your PC, and reboot your system. If you didn't receive a Windows disc with your machine, the files you need are sitting in a hidden partition on your hard drive. To access them, press the keys indicated on your screen when you reboot, but before Windows loads. The keys differ from vendor to vendor, so contact your PC's manufacturer if you don't see the prompt.
In many instances, the only available option is 'Return the drive to its factory condition', which destroys all documents, photos, and other data files on your PC. That's why you made a copy of your data folders.
You get more options--including the ability to preserve your files and settings--when you use Microsoft's own Windows XP installation disc. Make your selection, and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the reinstallation.
Starting OverRegardless of which option you choose, you'll have to reconfigure your network connections, reinstall some of your device drivers, and update XP and your applications manually.
To configure your Internet connection, right-click My Network Places, click Create a new connection, and follow the prompts, entering the appropriate information you received from your ISP.
Once you've re-established your Internet link, you must reinstall and update your firewall, antivirus, and antispyware programs.
Next, check to see which of your device drivers need updates: Rght-click My Computer and select Properties, Hardware, Device Manager. Look for entries with yellow question marks or red exclamation points. A question mark indicates that Windows is using a generic driver for that device instead of one specifically designed for it; an exclamation point means that the device is not working.
The drivers for graphics boards, sound cards, and printers are most likely to need an update. If you haven't already done so, visit the vendors' Web sites to download updated drivers to your PC. Run the installer for each updated driver, allowing XP to reboot when needed, or right-click the entry in Device Manager, choose Update Driver, and step through the wizard, selecting No, not this time to the Windows Update question, and choosing the specified location option when it appears. When you can navigate to the driver file, select it and click OK to install it. When you finish updating your drivers, close all open windows.
Updates GaloreYour next stop is Microsoft's Windows Update site. Click Start, Windows Update, and follow the prompts. Since you'll probably be downloading many megabytes of updates, you might want to find yourself a good book or seek some other diversion while you wait.
When the downloading is complete, you'll be ready to reinstall and update your applications. Don't forget to update your critical apps as well. Microsoft Office, in particular has some important updates. Download them at the Microsoft Office Online Downloads page.
Once you've restored your applications, begin replacing your data. The first priorities are the My Documents and Application Data folders, which you'll find in the folder with your logon name inside 'C:\Documents and Settings'. To bring back your Internet Explorer favorites, restore the contents of the Favorites folder. Also restore the Shared Data and Application Data folders inside 'C:\Documents and Settings\Shared Documents'. Once you've reintroduced all of your data, your Windows refresh will be complete.
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Oct 01, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I recieved the following error massage if I try restoring my LapTop %1 is not a valid win32 application problem windows vista

If it comes up while restoring, for rstui.exe(restore utility), it may be due to a virus infection. Scand your system and see. Run this utility in safemode. To go to safe mode, Reboot the machine and press F8 before the Windows Boot screen appear. Then go to safemode.
Do system restore from there. If the utility is corrupted what you have to do is copy rstrui.exe from another computer, paste it to system32 folder.
Copy it from an exactly similar OS version.
If you have problems, go to device manager and go to event viewer
and check the categories, System and Applications for related errors.
To get to devuce manager, Rclick on My Computer Icon and Selact Manage.
If this solution helps you plase kindly rate this answer.
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Jun 27, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Football manager crashes when playing a match

Close the game.
Go to C:\Documents and Settings\<Your Username>\Application Data\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2009\settings\
Delete all folders (NOT the settings one, but the sub-folders)

If problem persists, please copy error exactly.

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