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Pet vet PC CD

Nd3d9server no create d3d device diretx error is d3d derr out of video memory (pet vet)

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Re: pet vet PC CD

The only documentation I have been able to locate on this issue indicated to reinstall the program, and this solved the problem for at least one user. However, they did not report a video memory issue. According to the program documentation, a minimum of 64MB of video memory is required for this program. So, if you do not have that much video memory, the game will not work properly. Best solution - reinstall, and if it does not work, check your video memory. If under 64MB, you would need a new video card with more memory in order to run the program. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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Need install cd burner in windows xp

IDE or SATA connections ??????
To enable CD burning for your computer is a relatively simple process in Windows XP.
All you need is a CD burner drive installed in your computer, the disk with the drivers and software that goes with it and an XP-loaded personal computer.
Once your driver is installed, the process is almost automatic.
Here are the steps you should follow to begin creating your own CDs.

Check your system requirements before installing the CD burner and make sure that your system can handle the speed and memory requirements of the drive.
WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. - rules
Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source.
Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer.
While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards
Turn off the computer, disconnect the power cord and remove the cover from the case.
Check the IDE cables inside your computer.
You may be able to connect the optical CD drive to the same ribbon cable as the hard drive if it is set up as a secondary or slave drive or to a separate ATA/IDE channel by a second cable.
Find an empty CD drive slot, remove the plastic cover from the outside, slide the drive in through the back and screw it in place.
If you are using a SATA CD burner, you'll need to connect the red SATA cable from the CD drive to the SATA connection on the motherboard or on your SATA drive controller card.
With SATA drives, you don't have to fool with jumpers.
Attach one end of the separate ATA/IDE cable to the motherboard if you have an IDE drive and the other to the back of the CD burner.
If slaving the drive, hook the drive to the second connection on the main hard drive cable to the burner drive.
If you do that, you'll have to set the jumpers on the CD drive to the "slave" position.
The drive's installation instructions will show you where the jumper pins are and how to set them to the slave position.
If using a separate IDE cable, just leave the jumpers in the factory setting.
If this is an older drive, you may have an analog audio cable as well that connects to the motherboard.
Follow the installation instructions for hooking it up.
Close the case and reconnect the power cord and other cables.
Turn on the computer and let it boot up.
Open the "My Computer" folder and make sure there is a new icon for the drive that you just installed.
XP will generally recognize it automatically, but if it doesn't you'll have to reboot the computer and open the CMOS setup program.
Follow the instructions for your particular PC to open the CMOS window.
Check the ATA channels to make sure both are enabled in setup and that, if you are using a master/slave setup, that the CMOS selections match that setup.

Reboot the system.
If the CMOS settings are correct, the XP operating system will set your drive so that it uses either digital CD playback (no audio cable) or analog playback (with audio cable). To check, open the "My Computer" window, choose "Properties" then "Hardware" then "Device Manager".
You'll see a "DVD/CD-ROM Drives" icon.

Click the plus sign next to DVD/CD-ROM Drives folder.
Click it, then right-click the icon for the new CD burner drive.
Now choose "Properties".
If you don't have an audio cable, left click on the selection box for "Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device".

Insert the CD burner software disk that came with your CD burner.
Insert the disk that came with the drive into the CD drive and install the software following the prompts.
If the drive doesn't come with CD burner software, Windows XP comes with a lite version of Roxio's Easy CD Creator that detects blank CDs.
Just insert a blank CD in the burner and XP offers you a "burn CD" option when you have autoplay set up for the CD-drive.

There are lots of freeware burning software on the internet.
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I am on Ms Windows XP Professional with Ms Word 2007. An error message says " there is not enough memory or disk space to run word". Expect a solution on line free of charge.

1. Resolution from Microsoft.


Most probably your users' profile is corrupt!!
Try this,
1. Created a new user profile
2. Use windows cleanup to delete old files.
3. Restart PC and use new account.
4. Works...?? when you open Winword?
5. Then use your newly created account.

** Don't forget to backup your necessary data first

Hope it helps.

"Courtesy is free but it will carry you forward a long way in a lifetime!"

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Error An error occurred while loading the COM file

uninstalled the program, downloaded the latest trial version from Sony (25 da trial) and recovered the files without errors. I will try to repair my own version later.
Thanks for your reply.

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Hello Fawzihadi,
Depending on how much disk space you have left on your hard drive, Microsoft Home and Student requires at least 1.5GB of free space. I've posted the minimum system requirements below, you will need these to run Office Home and Student 2007.

Minimum Requirements: (View on Microsoft Website)
Computer and processor 500 megahertz (MHz) processor or higher1 Memory 256 megabyte (MB) RAM or higher1, 2 Hard disk 1.5 gigabyte (GB); a portion of this disk space will be freed after installation if the original download package is removed from the hard drive. Drive CD-ROM or DVD drive Display 1024x768 or higher resolution monitor Operating system Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, or later operating system3 Other Certain inking features require running Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition or later. Speech recognition functionality requires a close-talk microphone and audio output device. Information Rights Management features require access to a Windows 2003 Server with SP1 or later running Windows Rights Management Services.

Connectivity to Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with SP1 or later running Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services is required for certain advanced collaboration functionality. PowerPoint Slide Library requires Office SharePoint Server 2007.

Some features require Microsoft Windows Desktop Search 3.0, Microsoft Windows Media Player 9.0, Microsoft DirectX 9.0b, Microsoft Active Sync 4.1, microphone1, audio output device, video recording device (such as a webcam), TWAIN-compatible digital camera or scanner, Windows Mobile 2003 powered Smartphone or Windows Mobile 5 powered Smartphone or Pocket PC, or a router that supports Universal Plug and Play (UPnP). Sharing notebooks requires users to be on the same network.

Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, 32 bit browser only. Internet functionality requires Internet access (fees may apply). Additional Actual requirements and product functionality may vary based on your system configuration and operating system.

Mar 19, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Setup problem in ms office

Were you installing from the Cd/Dvd? if so your Cd rom can't read the contents of the Cd, try with another Cd rom, or you can use your friend's pc and see if it's possible there. If not, then it's difficult to get back the files. You need to get another copy of Ms office. visit this link for alternative solution

Aug 21, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Office 2007

sounds like a HD problem run error correcting utility, and defrag the hard drive, cleaning the registry helps too.

also make sure you have shut off any virus program some dont like it when a program is being installed especially norton ineternet security.

check the disk make sure theres no scratches on the cd.

also bad memory will cause errors. try removing a chip from the computer and installing. ive notice when installing OS's like win xp if you have a bad memory chip it will not install.

Also you can try a different CD rom drive, the one you have could be failing.

Good luck

Jul 15, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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