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First of all try these steps
1 Open the "Start" menu and click "Computer" or "My Computer" depending on your version of Windows. Navigate to the C drive.
2 Open the "Notes" folder. Double-click on the "Notes.ini" file to open it in Notepad.
3 Place a semicolon (;) in front of the following two lines to temporarily disable VirusScan: AddInsMenus=NCMenu EXTMGR_ADDINS=NCExtMgr
4 Click the "Save" option from the "File" menu. Close Notes.ini. If the steps do not help you try to use Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox https://www.fixtoolbox.com/lotusnotesfix.html
Something to add to HoboPelican's solution, if you open the autorun.inf file with notepad or wordpad you can change the name on the last line where it says "LABEL = KINGSTON URDRIVE" then just replace KINGSTON URDRIVE with the name you would like to call the drive.
Solution A: If you using McAfee Antivirus, the following steps will configure SiteAdvisor to stop monitoring windows live messenger. Go try solution B if you are NOT using McAfee Antivirus. 1. Navigate to the following folder: Windows XP/2000/Vista (32-bit): C:\Program Files\McAfee\SiteAdvisor Windows Vista (64-bit): C:\Program Files (x86)\McAfee\SiteAdvisor 2. Right-click on the file sasets.ini and choose Open With, then select Notepad. 3. Locate the section titled [msnmsgr.exe]. 4. Change Enabled=1 to Enabled=0. 5. Click File and select Save. 6. Close sasets.ini and restart your computer for changes to take effect.
Solution B: I am using XP with NOD32, using the latest version 2009 (Build 14.0.8117.416) and here is the solution that works for me, 1. Sign off and Exit messenger 2. Go to C:\Program Files\Windows Live\Messenger 3. Right click on file "msnmsgr.exe", select "Properties", a new window of msnmsgr.exe Properties will pop up. 4. Under "Compatibility" tab, look for "Compatibility mode", if the box "Run this program in compatibility mode for" is checked and show window 2000. Go ahead un-check it. 5. Open messenger again and try to test the video call.
This must be a worm that replicates files/folders. As we all know, desktop.ini is not a folder, it's a system file which can be opened with Notepad.
What antivirus were you using to scan your computer? This worm/s can be easily detected and deleted/repaired by avg free (click here to download avg free). [open the link and click green "Download" button]
Download and install the Avg Free. Run a full system scan and check the result. That will fix the issue related to your desktop.ini folder etc..etc..
First of all put the iamge file ( eg. test.jpg) in the root of the Flash drive.
Then create a text file there and rename it to desktop.ini to the root of the
Flsh drive.. Make sure it's not a .txt file.
Then open the desktop.ini
file in notepad and enter following content.
This is a common annoyance some people has encounter after reinstalling Windows.
The problem is that everytime you turn your computer ON, or restart it, you have a list of Windows you can boot from....even though you "know" there is only one.
First of all look into the BOOT.INI file, and make sure you kmow the version that is currently active.
You can safely delete the other two.
Next time you reboot, your computer should start as usual.
To bring up the BOOT.INI
Go to Run, and type CMD, press Enter
at the end of the string type: cd"space".. (two dots)
Keep doing this until you get to C:/
now type BOOT.INI
A notepad document will open, and you'll see all the options you see at boot up.
Just delete the ones you know you don;t need, and save that notepad document.
Restart your pc, and that is all..!!
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