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Word 2007 keeps shutting down for no apparent reason and sometimes I can't even open or edit a file

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  • Stefan Groevens May 11, 2010

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SOURCE: Office word 2007 installed on vista shuts down when I try to open a file

It could just be a bad install. Try doing a repair via windows 'add/remove hardware' and or a complete uninstall then reinstalling. Would be worth running a registry cleaner and defrag drive before reinstalling. Another thing to try if you haven't already done it is to close down all other programs first, just in case it's a memory issue. Good luck

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SOURCE: 2007 lincoln MKX - the gearshift stays locked in park. cause?

change the brakelight switch

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Corrupted Money backup files

There are a few things you can do. Manually open up the *.mbf file, does it open?
If it doesn't, the file type *.mbf may not be associated to Money 2007 anymore. Very common.
If the file becomes too large they also become corrupted. It may be possible to export the *.mbf file to Microsoft Excel. Make sure you create a copy of the file before manipulating it.

Actually.... if you have a system administrator. They should have a back up tape, you should already have a path to the file you can give them. They can do a backup and restore of a day or two ago and see if that mbf file was not corrupted as well.

Let me know if I can be of anymore help =)

Good luck!

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Craftsman garage door 1/2 hp opens. keeps open for

Most commonly this is caused by a bad wall control or the wiring going to it. The wall control goes bad from constant use and the problem with the wiring is caused by the staples most installers use. The staples cut through the insulation and cause intermittent shorts. I would remove the wall control and check it for a few days and if it happens again you can remove the wire going to terminal #1 on your motor unit. That will eliminate the wiring. Be sure to remember where the wires go on the back of the wall control as they are color coded. One is solid white and the other is white with a red stripe.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: mine just started this recently.

Sounds like the battery is not charging. My solution was to use a small screwdriver to move the charger pin in the power adapter hole in the under off center. That gave it better contact, it began to charge properly and fixed my issue.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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What Could Cause My Computer To Shut Down For No Reason?

What brand of pc is this? Download a diagnostic program to test internal functions. Sounds like maybe a motherboard or power supply issue.

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Microsoft Office 2007 all version crack (it work )

STEP 1 == >

Open Regedit

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And then Delete These three files

- DigitalProductID

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STEP 2 == >

Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Office 12\Office Setup Controller\Proof.en

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and replace "AlwaysInstalled" with "neverinstalled" and save.

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after browsing or even inserting an infected drive to your pc, do not shut down the system normally like clicking on start and clicking on shut down all you need do is just to hold down the on/off button till the pc offs.
the reason is that if you shut down normally, the system will save the current settings and some viruses will go and embed with some system file and this can affect the system.

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My hp 1630n keeps shutting down for no apparent reason. sometimes it goes all day then shuts down, sometimes for 10 mins. it isnt running hot either. replaced power supply with one that is 400w and it...

This might be an indication that a hardware is failing. go to BIOS and leave it turned on, see if it will still shut down randomly. If it does, then it is definitely a hardware problem. If it still under warranty, call HP for support. You can also visit HP Support Website for more info.
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This machine has WinXP pro on it. When shutting the machine down, it goes into "It is now safe to turn your machine off." when you hit the power button, it apparently goes into standby?, because the power...

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Won't shut down completely

If shutting down XP takes what seems to be an inordinate amount of time, here are a couple of steps you can take to speed up the shutdown process:
  • Don't have XP clear your paging file at shutdown. For security reasons, you can have XP clear your paging file (pagefile.sys) of its contents whenever you shut down. Your paging file is used to store temporary files and data, but when your system shuts down, information stays in the file. Some people prefer to have the paging file cleared at shutdown because sensitive information such as unencrypted passwords sometimes ends up in the file. However, clearing the paging file can slow shutdown times significantly, so if extreme security isn't a high priority, you might not want to clear it. To shut down XP without clearing your paging file, run the Registry Editor (click Start > Run, then type regedit in the Run box) and go to:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management

  • Change the value of ClearPageFileAtShutdown to 0. Close the Registry, and restart your computer. Whenever you turn off XP from now on, the paging file won't be cleared, and you should be able to shut down more quickly.

    Note: Please be careful when editing the Registry; you can do a lot of damage here. Don't change or delete anything unless you know exactly what it is.

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My HP withWindows XP home

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What good is updated software if no one can read it???

you should be able to type in the word doc

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