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I deleted some temp files and now when i start up my computer it searches for the mising files, i have the files saved in a folder but how do i put them back on my computer?

How do i restore the temp file's folder?

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    Jeffrey Pemberton May 11, 2010

    Did you delete it and have you emptied your recycle bin?

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We cannot restore the temp files

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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If you permanently deleted the files you may be able to recover them using a file recovery utility like this one
http://www.officerecovery.com/freeundelete/

otherwise, check your recycle bin

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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How can I open .dbx files saved Outlook Express bits


Please follow these specific steps and this should repair your issue or another paid way must assist you http://www.dbx.openfiletool.com/ DBX Open File Tool
https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ae400b3b-17c2-4e89-b509-261ce01f185f/how-to-repair-damaged-dbx-file-of-outlook-express?forum=messengerconnect

Step 1: Save your existing e-mail
Launch Outlook Express.
Create a new folder under Local Folder:
Right-click Local Folder (in the left bar)
Select New Folder
Type the name of the new folder (e.g. Saved E-Mails)
Click OK
Click Inbox.
Select all your messages and move them into the new folder (e.g. Saved E-Mails).
Quit Outlook Express.

Once this has been done, we need to make sure we can have access to the inbox.dbx file. So now follow these steps.

Step 2: Show hidden files
Right-click the Start button and select Explore to open Windows Explorer or click Start and select My Computer.
Click the Tools menu and select Folder Options.
Click the View tab.
Select Show all hidden files and folders.
Click OK

Next we are going to find the file so we can delete it. Outlook express will later recreate it.

Step 3: Search for ".dbx" files

1. Click Start and select Search.
2. Click All files and folders on the right.
3. Click Advanced options, then click More advanced options.
4. Make sure that Search hidden files and folders is selected.
5.In the box labelled All or part of the document name, type *.dbx.
6.Click Search.

Now once you finsih the search, the file inbox.dbx should come up in your search results. select the file and press delete.

Once you have done this, you can go back into Outlook Express and it should have fixed the issue.

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Optimize your computer in few steps


You can optimize your computer in few steps.

By Removing Junk file:
Go to >> Start >> Run >>(type) Temp hit Enter >> Delete all files and folders.
Go to >> Start >> Run >>(type) %Temp% hit Enter>> Delete all files and folders.
Go to >> Start >> Run >>(type) prefetch hit Enter>> Delete all files and folders.

Go to >> Start >> Run >>(type) cleanmgr hit Enter>> check all box and click OK.


http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/maintenance/speed.aspx

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Clearing of temp files on your computer.


Make it a regular habit of deleting the temp files on your system as this can lead to slowing of you desktop. For doing this click RUN in the START menu and type "%temp". This will take you to your temporary files which you can regularly delete . Or goto MY COMPUTERS select the appropriate drive, goto documents and settings where you will have temp folder. Select this folder and delete all the files.
Note : Kindly do this activity when you start the computer as it will not delete the temp file which are in use if you do it later.

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It gives error that your hard drive have 1mb free space


1. Go in control panel Add or remove programs or programs and features then uninstall the programs that you don't use or havn't used in a long time.
2. Go in control panel Folder options view tab at the top. Look for Hidden files and folders put a tic in show hidden files and folders.
Go in My Computer/Computer Click on the c drive then windows folder delete the update folders that have a $ infront of the name of the folders. Go back to Folder Options/View tab at the top. Hidden files and folders put a tic in Do not show hidden files and folders.
3. Right click on Rec bin choose empty rec bin.
4. Go in control panel / Internet Options clcik on settings next to the first delete button from the top then click on view files. On the upper roght clcik on edit/Organize choose select all. Then hit your delete key on your folder yes to conferm. Click on ok then in the next window click on delete button next the settings button you clicked on before.
5. Open notepad type del %temp% /q then save the file to your desktop name it Del.bat cloce everything out and double click the del file on your desktop.
6. Open the run command Hold the windows key down (left of the space bar on your keyboard) Press the r key. Type in %temp% Delete all the files and folders you can in that folder.
7. Right click on Rec bin choose empty rec bin.

If it still says low disk space I suggest saving your personal files and reinstall your oem system disk or add a second disk drive.
Terry

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I am tryign to uninstall fix it, get error 5006


Installation or uninstallation of an application or game fails and gives the following error code:

This issue is due to a previous installation not finishing properly



Solution 1. Rename the Installshield folder

Make sure you've enabled Show hidden files and folders.

Find and rename the Installshield folder:

Windows 32-bit: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Installshield

Windows 64-bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Installshield

If there is an Installshield file in the Common Files folder, rename that one also (e.g. to Installshield_OLD).



Solution 2. Remove all traces of previous uninstall

If renaming the Installshield folder had no effect, find and delete any traces of uninstalled applications.

Applications that can assist you are: Revo Uninstaller, Windows Installer Cleanup Utility , CCleaner.

Alternatively, do a manual clean-up:

Close all running programs. Then clear the Temp folder (found via input of %temp% in Start > Search or Start > Run).

Use the Windows registry editor to delete registry entries related to the program.

Restart the computer.


hope this helps

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Slow performance


First of all, SAVE ALL OF YOUR IMPORTANT DATA! Not programs, just Data. You can reload the programs.

Open Internet Explorer, Tools, Windows Update. Select Custom.
Install all the updates. Repeat until you no longer have updates to install.

Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Cleanup.
While that is running open your TEMP folder and delete everything in it. Then open the Windows folder and delete all files starting with $NTUninstall. In the Windows\TEMP folder and delete everything.

After that I like to search for all *.bak; *.tmp and ~*.* files and delete them.(They're all temp files)

After all that Open My Computer and Right Click on the C: drive. On the Tools Tab select Check Now. Check Automatically Fix Errors and Scan For and Attemp Recovery of Bad Sectors. Click START and reboot your PC. This will take a long time. When that is finished, go back to Tools and Select Defragment Now. This also will take a long time.

This whole process takes a long time if this is the first time you've done it so, be patient.

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I was using gmail; opened excel file; made changes and saved now i can't find the document. Help!


If you clicked "Save" not "Save As", the file is likely in your temp files somewhere.

The method to find the file is tedious - but if it is on your computer - this will find it.

Click Start>Search for Files or Folders and then under the When Was it modified - put in the date range for when you saved the file.

Next - in All of Part of the File name type: *.xlsx

Next - In Look In - make sure to choose the whole C Drive.

Next - In More Advanced options, make sure to check the System Folders, Hidden Files and Folders, and Subfolders.

Then click search.

If the Excel file is on your computer - this search should locate it.

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When I connect to the internet my Hp mini 11o hangs..also sometimes a blue screen error


If you re having problem or issue on internet connections you may try to do this.

Delete cookies and temp files on your computer.

Deleting cookies:


1. Click the Start button.

2. In the Start search (or Search for programs and files) field type in "shell:cookies" without the " ".

3. Click Ok or press Enter on your keyboard.

4. A new window will open and will give a list of text document files.

5. Delete all the files in the folder excluding the "index.dat" file by selecting all of them then press

the keys "SHIFT - DEL (Delete)" on your keyboard to delete the files permanently.

6. Close the window after you have deleted all the text document files.



Deleting temporary internet files:


1. Click the Start button.

2. In the Start earch (or Search for programs and files) field type in "%temp%" without the " ".

3. Click Ok or press Enter on your keyboard.

4. A new window will open and will give a list of files.

5. Delete as many files as you can in the folder by selecting all of them then press

the keys "SHIFT - DEL (Delete)" on your keyboard to delete the files permanently.

6. If there will some items that cannot be deleted, that's alright, you can SKIP deleting them.

7. Close the window after you have deleted most of the files if not all.



Disk Clean-up:


1. Click on Start, and then click My Computer or Computer.

2. Right click on Local Disk (C:) or OS (C:) and click Properties.

3. Click on Disk Cleanup.

4. When another window appears, put a check on all the boxes then click OK.

5. Wait until the cleanup is finished then close the window.


Try to check as well if its applicable on certain browser. Try using a different browser.

Or you may check with your ISP if there is any internet connection issue.

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Speed of my computer is very poor


There are many reason for a computer to be slow.
I can give you a number of options to make it run faster.

First, You can delete the temp files from your computer.
Click on start > go to Run/Start SEarch > type 'temp' then hit enter
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Second, you can stop programs from starting up when your computer starts.
Click on start> go to Run/Start search > type 'msconfig' > click start up tab .> then click Disabled All button > click on apply
then restart the computer.

You shold be able to notice a difference on the speed of your computer. If it is still the same speed. Try to consider adding additional memory (RAM) for beter performance.

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hi there

If you open a picture from a e-mail and not choose to save it ( if you have saved it you find the folder you have saved the file and delete it), normally it saves the picture in the folder : Temporary internet files or the folder Temp. You can reach the folder to enable to view hidet folders and go to the folder "local settings" and there there is both folders.
If you want to do it in a smarter way you can use Ccleaner to delete the Temp files, you can find Ccleaner here :
http://www.ccleaner.com/

Hope that helps
Have a nice day

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