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I am getting a "colour negative" at the bottom of some of the pictures in my file while I am working on other pictures. Any ideas?

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U may have taken the pics as negatives and put them there unknowing or they may be a product of the pic program u r using. If they bother u, delete them and if not, ignore them.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

It might b the problem of virus. or it cn b also problem with monitor or the mother board problem so plz consult a computer hardware person and let him check it.

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

Plz dont opev the hard drive. if u r not having the proper instruments. coz it contains a vaccume in it , it contains platers n a read and a wright head. this may get dammaged an the dive may get a problem forever. so u plz go n contack to an authorized person only.

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C:/hp/tmp/src/ and MyDVD.MSI keep popping up on my system. How can i get this to stop?


Hi,

It seems that particular application(Sonic) files might have got corrupted or not installed properly.

So you can try these steps:

1. Start -> Run -> Type %temp% -> click OK -> delete all the files( if you are not able to delete any files please skip those files)

2. Start -> Start -> Run -> Type temp -> click OK -> delete all the files ( if you are not able to delete any files please skip those files)

2.Click on start -> Run -> msconfig -> click on services tab -> on the same window at the left bottom you could see "hide all microsoft" option, put a check mark for hide all microsoft option and then disable all the services -> go to the startup tab -> right bottom you could see disable all -> click on disable all -> click on apply -> ok -> click on restart on the popup.

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Make sure you put a check mark for "Hide all Microsoft" in the service tab before you disable all the services.

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The pictures and videos to not open, only a red "X".


X? which media player are you useing and what codecs do you have?

Jun 09, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I am using pc to pc file transfer for dummies I know how to hook it to both computers but I have no idea how to drag files I have windows vista


Windows Easy Transfer is installed with Vista and can be found under Accessories - System Tools or by searching for "easy" (with out quotes).

You can transfer files and settings using a network share, or transfer files and settings using removable media such as CD/DVD, or an external hard drive.
Windows Easy Transfer does not migrate installed applications (see Windows Easy Companion below)
Using Windows Easy Transfer, you can migrate most files and program settings. Below is a table describing the types of data and settings that can be moved.

Data Type Specifics Files and Folders Any files found in My Documents, My Pictures, and Shared Documents folder will be selected to be moved automatically. You can also add other documents that are in other locations. E-mail messages and Settings E-mail messages, contacts, account settings, and address books from Outlook Express, Outlook, Windows Mail, and other programs. Program Settings Programs that are compatible with Vista will have their settings transferred to the new Computer. In order for this to work the program must already be installed on the Computer running Vista. User Settings Desktop settings, color settings, screen savers, fonts, Windows options, printers, etc. Internet Settings Favorites, cookies, and Internet Explorer settings. Pictures, Video, and Music Music files, playlists, and album. Pictures (gif, jpg, bmp files) and personal videos.

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I have not been able o either change the colour of the background to e-mails from "outlook express" or place a picture as a background. Having sent e-mails to myself and tried to change the...


Hi

I see you say that you have set you email to html but have you set it to read html mail?

If you click Tools/Options and then click the read tab check that the Read all messages in plain text is not ticked.

If you need anymore help please dont hesitate to ask.

Regards

Nick

Oct 26, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I have no idea how to put together 5 pages of writted paperwork together with an email cover sheet & send them all as one. Could you help please?


Hiya Juvin... what E-mail programme are you using?

Normally, produce your work.. once you are happy.. click on File... send as.. choose option E-mail... it will then open the E-mail cover sheet and your work will be saved in the e-mail... alternatively..
Open your E-mail programme create New Mail... click on tools .. then insert.. could be a picture.. file etc.. browse to your folder location & the name you have given to your work or picture.. click insert... will attatch to the E-mail.. you can then write your E-mail in the window.. then send.

Anmy probs get back to us!
Regards Faggly

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Hi guys, Am running Windows XP with SP2 ona Dell Dimension 3 Ghz system. Many of my screen icons will only now display like "tiles" rather than as proper icon. I have a file called icons for all...


you might right click on the desktop, and see what your properties look like..

also, control panel, then display will provide some options, for large and small fonts, right?

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I have a Western Digital My Book external drive which has been working perfectly. However during an automatic backup yesterday it returned a message that the backup failed and the reason was "system...


That will typically mean that the backup software was trying to backup a file that was deleted sometime between when the initial index of all the files was made and when the actual file was to be backed up. This typically happens with temporary files or files in a browser cache or similar. If you were using your machine at the time of the backup, it is even more likely to occur. I would suggest you look at the log file and see exactly what file(s) wasn't backed up.

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