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You first make sure your contractor has a few jobs under his belt.Ask their clients for a testimonial about them.Also make sure he completed his previous projects well.Now a days there are many Review websites which gives the info about the ratings of the home renovation contractors and home builders. You could check there too.
The Windows XP operating system can be used to send email through various programs. Microsoft Outlook serves as the default email program in Windows XP. To change this default email program, you must have a secondary email client installed on your system. By using the system's "Control Panel" interface, you can select a different default email handler. Any email links you click on while surfing the Internet will be opened with your default email client.
Click on the "Start" button on the Windows XP task bar. Select the "Control Panel" button on the right-hand side of the menu. Open the "Add or Remove Programs" window by double-clicking on the icon. Click on the "Set Program Access and Defaults" button on the left-hand side of the window. This button should be located closest to the bottom of the window. Click on the button located to the left of the "Custom" selection to highlight this selection. Click on the icon to the right with two arrows pointing downwards to view the options for the "Custom" configuration. Click on the button next to the program you wish to set as your default email client in the "Choose a default email program" section. Click the "OK" button to save the changes to XP's default email program.
Welcome to FixYa. The error code on your Bosch indicates a heating fault has been detected. To determine why you'll need to run a diagnostic program and perform a couple of test's. I can provide the data of what to look for but you will require a multimeter...preferably one that includes a "clamp on" ammeter to measure current or the amount amps being drawn. First to enter the diagnostic... To interpret errors, Then finally the test to determine if you have a faulty heater or a control...it's typically the heater relay on the control itself. Let me know what you make out of this info or if any of it is not clear you can post your email address and I'd be happy to send you the entire service manual as an attachment to an email. Thanks for choosing FixYa and good luck. If this indeed was all the info you require or solved the problem please take a moment to rate the info when you're completed. Thanks again, Regards, Macmarkus :)
Go to control panel -> add/remove software, select yahoo software and
unistall it, upgrade to ie 8 if you haven't, go to yahoo mail, it will
ask you to install yahoo software, agree and wait. Apparently yahoo have
been updating things in their webmail client and its kind of buggy.
Start > Right-click on Run and select Run as Administrator > (type) services.msc > [OK] Double-click Automatic Updates > Click on Stop (Stopping the service will take a moment)
2. Delete the contents of the Download folder:
Start > Right-click on Run and select Run as Administrator > (type or copy/paste) %windir%\SoftwareDistribution > [OK] Open the Download folder and delete its contents Close the window.
3. Start >> Control Panel >> System And Maintenance (If you are using Classic View, skip this step) >> Windows Update >> Select updates to install: Right-click on Update for Windows >> Click Hide Update >> Confirm the UAC (User Account Control) prompt, if appropriate, & OK your way out.
4. Start the Automatic Updates service:
Start > Right-click on Run and select Run as Administrator > (type) services.msc > [OK] Double-click Automatic Updates > Click on Start (Stopping the service will take a moment)
===================================== To restore/unhide updates in Windows: Start >> Control Panel >> System And Maintenance (If you are using Classic View, skip this step) >> Windows Update >> Restore Hidden Updates | >>Find and select the update you wish to install >> click on Restore. You can now reselect it and install through the normal process.
What software are you installing, onto what OS?
Make sure you are attempting to install the latest version of the software available, and your system has applied latest updates.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!
Are all clients losing connections or just one? Can anyone ping the server when your client is getting 75% loss? If you are using a hub, what traffic is running during packet loss? You might need a packet trace to see what is going on. You also need to check your server stats when it is happening and when it is not and see what the difference is. Check the hub stats for errors on the ports. Is the server on the same hub with your client? These should help you find the problem if you get this info.
You can try the following and it should clear it up.
Rename the SoftwareDistribution folder in C:windows (it will be recreated next time you visit Windows Update again) You will lose your history but that's not important.
If the above step doesnt clear it up continue below:
Click Start, Choose Run. In the Run box, type services.msc. Click OK. Right-click the Automatic Updates service. ( with Vista it may read Windows Update) Click Stop. Stopping the service will take a moment.
Rename the "SoftwareDistribution" folder: a. Click Start, click Run, type %systemroot%, and then click OK. b. Right-click the SoftwareDistribution folder, and then click Rename. c. Type SoftwareDistribution.old, and then press ENTER to rename this folder.
Click Start. Choose Run. In the Run box, type services.msc. Click OK. Right-click the Automatic Updates service. Click Start. Starting the service will take a moment.
Retry Windows Update before reading further.
If you need to reinstall the ActiveX controls (because they may have become corrupt):-
Follow this article (the article is listed the download for the old client) - The Windows Update Web site and the Microsoft Update Web site do not scan for updates when you repair a failed installation of Windows XP Service Pack 2 or of Windows XP Service Pack 1 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/916259
Note: WU Client 3.0 - Windows Update Agent