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Control panel i cant find my control panel it is not in the start menu and i cant find it no where on my computer

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Have you try "Search" then all file and folder and write "Control Panel" then sarch... if not you have to run a repair with the original operating sistem disk..it will fix the loose part of the OP....Good luck and rate me

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My Internet Explorer is slowed by the Obrut Bloatware Similator which somehow got on my computer. How can I remove it?


Uninstall this problem through control panel

Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > Select the program > Uninstall it

Now access your machine in safe mode and run a registry scan using some reliable system utility software such as Intel Software Partner Reginout.

Hope it would help you...


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Feb 20, 2011 | ACAPsoft Obrut

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Problem of sounds on my computer


Hello

Sometimes the computer loses sound because the drivers to the sound card become uninstalled and you need to restore them. Inspect for missing drivers by opening the Control Panel. This is found by clicking the start button and locating the control panel option in the right hand column.

The list of contents inside the control panel on a computer are in alphabetical order. Click on "System." When inside of "System" click the "Hardware" tab and then click the "Device Manager" button.

Next to the sound icon make sure there are no yellow exclamation points with triangles inside. If there are, it means the sound card needs to be restored, as drivers have become corrupted. Take the CD out that came with the sound card. Or, download drivers from the Internet onto your computer to restore your sound card. If there are no yellow exclamation points, go to the next step.

Ensure your computer speaker cords have not become loose or unplugged. Also make sure the cable is securely attached into the proper outlet. They are color coded, but that does not necessarily mean that it is correct. Exchange a few different cords if you are unsure. You will not hurt anything. If this restored your sound, you are finished here.

Inspect the mute button either on the keyboard or Windows Taskbar (in lower right corner) has been accidentally selected. Double-click Windows Volume Control (looks like a black ball) in the lower right corner to maximize across computer screen. If you discover a choice has been muted, uncheck the box and shrink it back down to the Taskbar.

Or, if there is no sound icon in the Taskbar, chances are the sound card needs to be restored. Use your CD or download the drivers from the manufacturer's website onto your computer. If this step solves the sound problem, you are finished

Try switching different sets of speakers or earbuds to see if any of them work. Or, see if the computer speakers are off or the volume control is turned down. If this is the case, then your computer sound is fixed and you will hear sound from one of these. Discard your defective speakers and enjoy the sound!

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My hibernation option is gone.....


Hibernation may be disabled by default in XP.

Go into Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power Options. Click on the Hibernate tab, then check the Enable Hibernation check box to enable it.

Otherwise:

You can start hibernation of your PC manually, if hibernation is enabled, by:
1. Selecting 'Turn Off The Computer'' from the Start menu.
2. Normally the left choice on the resulting pop-up window is ''Stand-By''. But, if you hold down the Shift key it becomes ''Hibernate''. So holding down the Shift-Key and clicking on the resulting ''Hibernate'' button (the left-most button) will cause your computer to start hibernation mode.

Note that many computers also have a button for starting hibernation mode also. Often pressing the Power button while the computer is on will cause it to go into Hibernation. (Sometimes desktop computers have this option disabled, but it can be enabled through some Setup menu item (unless a special key has been assigned to do it on the keyboard.)


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Mar 18, 2010 | Compaq Compilers & Programming Tools

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Hi I was trying to install a digital camera and cd by photags express and i accidently plugged the camera usb cord & camera while installing that i lost the finishing installation process and now i...


could check in the control panel to see if the software is installed. Also check your applications if your computer says its installed. Could also uninstall what you do have installed from control panel and then reinstall the correct way could do a system restore to the other day and then try installing the product as computer would think the program never had been installed.

Dec 20, 2009 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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My computer hibernates for itself while I'm working on it


Go to the "control panel", and check all the power options settings. Make sure that "enable hibernation" is unchecked. This is a good place to start.

Jun 24, 2009 | Microsoft Compilers & Programming Tools

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Control panel not responding


I asume you are getting this error "This Operation Has Been Cancelled Due to Restrictions in Effect on This Computer" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278839 This is cause when your computer administrator is trying to keep you out of certain areas of the computer, in your case the control panel. "If you are an administrator, you can verify the policies that are enabled. To do this, click User Configuration, click Administrative Templates, and then click System. "

Jun 08, 2009 | Compaq Compilers & Programming Tools

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Cant get a game to load


YOU HAVE A Choice of using 4 kinds of Javas 1. the default Java,2. SunJava, 3. unsigned version of the default Java. 4. Microsoft Java. I have also found this problem., it happens after you rebooted your computer after installing 6u1 version of java.

To fix this go to your controll panel>Add or Remove programs then look for java, you should have two different versions there, 5u11 and 6u1 uninstall 6u1 and reboot you computer.

Hope this helps.

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Office with several user accounts, same computer


When installing software, you are often given the choice to install it for the current user or all users. To avoid this problem in future, make sure you select the "all users" option.
Hopefully, the problem is a missing shortcut. You can check this by logging into an account that does not seem to have Office, opening up your C drive and navigating to "Program Files\Microsoft Office". In there, you'll find and "Office<x>" (<x> depends on the version of Office). In that directory you will find WINWORD.EXE. Double click it and Word should start. If it does, your problem is just the shortcut. If not, there is more happening behind the scene, and the best solution is to uninstall and reinstall for all users.
If it is a shortcut problem, the fix is simple. There are many solutions, but this is probably the simplest and will give you an idea as to what has gone wrong and how to fix the problem from here on for other software. Right click on the start button and select "Explore All Users". This is what it is in XP, but I suspect Vista has something similar. You will see that you are in "Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu". You will also see a folder in "Documents and Settings" for each account, including the one that does have Office. Go to "Documents and Settings\<user>\Start Menu\Programs". In there, you will find the Office part of the start menu that the 'privileged' account has. Point to the folder, right click, and select Copy. Now go to "Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs" and Paste the Office folder there. You will need to point the mouse at the file content panel on the right side of the screen. Now all users should see the menu, not just the one account.
Good luck.

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Logtech web cam


HI,

Follow these below steps carefully:
  1. Uninstall any existing camera installations. Click "Start," "Settings," "Control Panel," and "Add/Remove Programs."
  2. Unplug the camera's USB cord from the computer.
  3. Reboot your computer.
  4. Insert your camera's setup/installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. (If the setup program does not start automatically within a few seconds, type d:setup in the "Start & Run" menu at the bottom of your screen, replacing d: with your CD-ROM drive letter).
  5. Follow the instructions described by the camera setup program, and plug in your camera only when prompted. This is usually done after rebooting your computer..
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