Re: how could i delete a certain info that i've entered...
My OS is Win XP, im using Visual Basic 6.0
Sales System is the one Im now working for and I have a difficulty in deleting a certain info.in a listbox..
can i have a sample code on how could i delete info in a four listoxes??
for example, list1 is for item code, list2 for item name, list3 for quantity and list4 for price..
upon simulation..if a click in list1, list2-4 will automatically highlighted also..so if i delete list1, list2-4 will also be deleted..
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I had a similar problem once, only all my folders mysteriously got deleted. I called Google customer service and they fixed it right away. Make sure you have the correct number for Google though. There are imposters our there waiting too steal your info
Check that there isn't an invalid character in their name or something. Also try deleting their contact info and manually re-entering in all of their info (you will lose your call and text message history with them if you do this).
Also can they phone anyone else? It might all be on their end.
There are 2 systems for making heat in your vehicle. One is the water system and the other is the air ductwork.
Check both heater hoses for equal heat when the engine is at normal operating temperature. Careful not to burn yourself, but you need to grab each hose and compare the heat. If they are not equal, then your problem is water flow. There are flow valves which need to open to circulate the water through the heater core.
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Restart your computer during the boot process you will see on the screen a certain key to press usually delete or the F2 to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys you can load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart hope it helps
You ve not specified what Operating System you are using. There are 2 cases here. Assuming you are using Vista heres how to fix it:
i) Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Select your account -> Remove Password. Enter the current password and click OK to remove it. This way next time you wont have to enter your password.
ii) If you meant to say you want to be logged in automatically when your computer starts, after removing the password you might have to delete other accounts such as Guest account which are not in use. If your PC has multipers with seperate accounts you wont have to enter the password but you wont be logged in automatically.