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Register how to keep information and data in to his register . when more than one work happen at the same time

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Could you plz exlain better or are you not educated

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Background is always black and theres always a "you may be a victim of software counterfeiting" at the lower right corner of the monitor. Hope someone help me

You need to reinstall the operating system and see if that repairs the problem. I had this same issue about a month ago. What happened, assuming you went through the activation process and I assume you have Windows Vista installed, is the file that has you activation information in it was corrupted and needs to be rebuilt. Use the System Recovery CD's, make sure you save any data you need and have the installation disk for anything you added after the computer was purchased. Microsoft ended up sending me a set of installation disk after they confirmed that I had previously registered the product and had a legal copy.

Aug 09, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I have a Belkin transfer cable and CD. I need to transfer some of the programs/files from my desktop machine to my laptop. What is the sequence of steps I need to take to accomplish this? I already...

I have one of these cables and cannot get it to work either, but more to your problem.
You are unlikely to get programs to transfer from one pc to the other and have them working as they need to be registered in the registry - which you can only do by installing them from the disc or install file.
You can transfer the data quite easily using a usb memory stick, in fact just keep the data on the memory stick then you can plug it into any pc and access your files.

Apr 22, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I would like to create a registration/lock for the data i've entered in the excel sheet. I want to circulate it only to those who have paid or registered with us. Is there any solution to this problem???

The quickest and easiest solution is to use PKZip to zip the file with a password and only give the password to decrypt the file to paid members.
You can always change the encryption password from time to time if the file is to be in some publicly accessible place like an FTP or Website.
The other solution is to not have the data where anyone can get to it, and only distribute (via email or CD) the data to paid/registered members.
A third method is a password protected (non-public) FTP site. Paid members have the password, and or are updated weekly/monthly as to the new password for access as the password changes.

An example of how this would work follows:

Hello prasadkoolka
We have updated our spreadsheet data
Please go to and enter "whatnow" as the username and "wechangedit" as the password.
Regards, your spreadsheet administrator.

You would then go get the updated spreadsheet at your leisure.

Feb 22, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Hi I have win 7, CCleaner, kaspersky 2011 & tuneup utility 2011 the tuneup says "prefetch data deleted" pls help me how to troubleshoot this problem

It is absolutely safe to delete the Prefetch Data. Each time you turn on your computer, Windows keeps track of the way your computer starts and which programs you commonly opened. Windows saves this information as a number of small files in the prefetch folder. The next time you turn on your computer, Windows refers to these files to help speed the start-up process. You may also change the setting of Tuneup Utility not to clear the prefetch data. Rest assure that it is safe either way and doesnt have much impact on high speed systems.

Let me know if any further clarification is required.

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Dec 15, 2010 | Operating Systems

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When i install,bluetooth setup in my desktop that time a information came like cyclic redundancy check problem.

Cyclic Redundancy Error comes when the source device like a computer calculates data and add the size of the information and sends it to the destination device. The destination device sees the size of the information and recalculate the size of the information and compare the two if they do not match the cyclic redundancy problem is reported because the information data has gone corrupt during the transit from the source to destination device. It can be a wrong configuration or packet collision. If it is due to packet collision the error can be over come by resending data multiple times.

Sep 11, 2010 | Operating Systems

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Windows xp 2002 sp2 lost the product key sir please help me

If it's not on a sticker on the side or back of the case, or with your documentation:

Option 1: Contact Microsoft. They don't, because of various legal rulings, store the product keys when activated.

The explanation I've gotten in the past is this:
"As for looking up your Product Key from your Registration information, for many years now, Microsoft has not been allowed to do that. In compliance with legal rulings, when a user registers their product, Microsoft does not store the Product key information linked to any customer personal identifying information (such as Name, on). In other words, when registering a product, the Product key is stored in a different database from the other registration information, with no link between Product key and Owner."
Contact at the appropriate number here:;en-us;cntactms

Option 2: If the machine is still running (you don't need to reformat, it still has XP on it, etc.) you can use some utilities such as Keyfinder ( to try to retrieve them. Save, print, keep in a safe place, print a second copy. May not work for OEM keys - but if it's OEM (Dell, HP, etc,) call them and they may be able to help.

Jan 02, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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What happens if we delete hidden directory system volume informat

Hidden directories most often serve to hide important operating system-related files and user preferences. This is mostly to protect the files. But malicious programs (malware, viruses, trojans) can also use this functionality to hide their presence.

The System Volume Information folder is a hidden system folder that the System Restore tool uses to store its information and restore points. System Volume Information (SVI) is the name of the data store where Windows XP and Windows Vista keeps its System Restore files and registration databases. System Restore not only saves copies of critical system files, it also performs automated registry hive backup.

There is one SVI folder per drive being monitored by System Restore. You can not view/access the SVI folder by default but there is a way to make them visible. You might need to gain access to this folder for troubleshooting purposes.

Basically, if you delete the System Volume Information folder, you will no longer have the files and data needed to restore your system to a previous state. For example, if Windows crashes or is stuck in a continuous boot cycle, you can use System Restore to restore your system to a previous "healthy" state. However, if there are no files or registry backups available, this tool is then no longer available to you. Also, if you ever decided to use System Restore, you would need to re-create the foler in the same path so that the system files can be stored there again.

Hopefully, you backup your system and keep good backups often...

Apr 13, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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Please goto control panel, add remove programs, take one update at a time off until you get back your Internet and profile? Does this help? Goto to find tid that explains why this happens.

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