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My Microsoft word would not open anymore. I can't open both the app and the sved files. i did restore the system twice already but did not work.

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Hi, you will need to re install the program. either from your operating system if it came with that or your Word CD

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How to restore Outlook .pst files from a back-up drive?


Use Outlook Backup Toolbox is an all-in-one tool for backing up your Microsoft Outlook data and restoring them when necessary.
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Windows apps NOT opening!!! Please help


Try scanning your computer with an anti=virus. If no result.

Do system restore. Search for System Restore. Select a date when the computer was working great. Launch it.

Let me know if it still has some errors.

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I cannot open my Yahoo messenger after I download Window Internet Explorer 8


Do you have the latest release of Yahoo messenger? I think the easiest thing to do here is just do a system restore to the a day previous to this problem, this will restore the earlier version of Internet Explorer which is stored in the system restore files on a separate section of the Hardrive.
Here is the way you do a "System Restore" on windows XP and 7. You will find two links to sites that explain the procedure in depth. 1st is XP then Windows 7.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084


http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/700-system-restore.html

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Hi there look i have a restore disc xp home editionblem with it has a crack on it so i cant install using it anymore is there a way that i can download an iso file to restore my system


Hi. Yes you can download an px sp3 iso directly from microsoft's website.

I will give you the link here:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=2fcde6ce-b5fb-4488-8c50-fe22559d164e&displaylang=en

This will update your system to service pack 3, but you will retain all your files, programs, and applications that you already have.

This is the safest download for xp, as it is coming directly from Microsoft itself.

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I have a dell insprion 1501 w/vista and my computer is running way to slow. sometimes my computer doesnt allow me past the login screen. I would like to restore my computer but i dont want to do a complete...


How to make your PC Faster & Stronger.
1.Clean Up Windows
The Disk Cleanup does a pretty handy job of wiping out junk you don't need such as Microsoft Office temp files and old error reports. To run Disk Cleanup, open My Computer. Right-click the drive the OS is installed on and click Properties. Under the General tab, you'll see a Disk Cleanup button. Click it and the app will run an analysis of the machine. You can dump the Downloaded Program Files, Temporary Internet Files, Offline Webpages, Microsoft Error Reporting Temporary Files, Recycle Bin, Temporary Files, Web Client/ Publisher Temporary Files, Temporary Offline Files, Offline Files, and Catalog Files for the Content Indexer with no ill effects.
2.Take Advantage of ShadowCopy
Windows Vista includes a nifty feature that makes incremental "shadow copies" of your document files. This lets you revert to a previous version of a file if you, say, suddenly realize you screwed up your resume and need to access the one from a month ago. Unfortunately, ShadowCopy is one of those premium features that's only included with Windows Vista Ultimate (or Business). Home Premium users can go pound sand. Or so Microsoft thought. Apparently, all Microsoft really did was remove your ability to access those previous versions- the documents are still backed up if you have System Protection enabled in Microsoft Vista. To make sure it's switched on (it is by default), right mouse-click My Computer, click the System Protection link, then the System Protection tab. There should be a check mark for each drive you want shadowed.
To access the previous versions of your file, download the free app ShadowExplorer from ShadowExplorer.com, install it, and voila, you can now browse through the tons of backed-up files. A drop-down on the upper left-hand side of the window lets you view the backups by date.
One more thought: If you're suddenly a little freaked out that almost all of your documents are secretly being backed up and, for the most part, hidden from you by Vista, you can erase all of those backups by turning off System Restore (right-click My Computer, select Properties, then System Protection, and uncheck the C: drive), or purge all but the last system restore point (go to Disk Cleanup, select More Options, then Clean Up, and delete what's unneeded).
3.Scan for Updates
Just go to DriverAgent.com and click the Web Scan button on the left. The app will run a quick check of your drivers against Phoenix's database of updated drivers and tell you what devices need updating.
4.Search and Destroy Malware
start with SuperAntiSpyware (www.superantispyware.com). After installing the app, you can opt to have it protect your home page or not. When you get to the General and Startup tab, select "Start SuperAntiSpyware when Windows Starts," "Use Windows XP Style Menus," and "Integrate with Vista Security Center." Also select "Do not scan when SuperAntiSpyware starts" and "Check for updates before starting on startup." Perform a complete scan and nuke anything that moves.
Now, download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (www.malwarebytes.org). Install it, run an update, and have it conduct a scan.
5.Decrap Your Drive
PC Decrapifier (www.pcdecrapifier.com) will automatically uninstall and delete the majority of trialware applications that are preinstalled on new PCs. Just download the free app, install, and run it. It will ask you if the PC is new or not. If you select not new, the app will create a system restore point.Once you're ready to remove the offending trailware, click Next and PC Decrapifier will automatically remove the junk.
6.Optimize Your Startup
Startup Delayer (www.r2.com.au).
First, download and install the app. Once you've launched it, you'll be greeted with a list of applications that are scheduled to run. You can disable apps you don't want to launch, like the annoying Adobe Updater, by unchecking them.
7.Defrag Your Drive
You can order Vista to perform a full defragmentation. You do this by going to Start, typing CMD, right-clicking the Cmd.exe app that it finds, and selecting "Launch as administrator." Now type defrag c: -v -w. The -v option is for verbose and -w is for full defragmentation. Those are the basics you need to know; to see all of the available options, type defrag /? into the command line.

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My microsoft word would not open


try to perform system restore, it will restore your computer settings back to an earlier date. Here is the link where you can find the steps in performing system restore in windows vista: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/using-windows-vista-system-restore/

Jun 11, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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Everytime i try to open an application or anything, it says the file "rundll32.exe" is not a win32 file, how do i change


Hi hansomeone45

Maybe you have virus on your computer, and it has infected the file rundll32.exe and therefore you cannot use it.

You can try several things I explain here :

IF you have a backup copy of your hard disc´s you can restore from the backup copy.

You can try to system restore in at the : start- all programs- accessories- system accessories- system restore
or in : start- help and support- and there find "system restore"

System restore will roll back the computer as it was before (day, week, month ago).

You can reinstall the computer for the procedure please look here :
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315341

You can read about the file here :
http://en.kioskea.net/contents/processus/rundll32-exe.php3

Or you can try to run this app :
http://www.rundll-exe.com/

OR
http://www.goarticles.com/cgi-bin/showa.cgi?C=1945037

Remember you can try to copy the file from another computer to your computer !

Hope that helps
Have a nice weekend

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New ipod apps don't work


this usually the case with some high graphics apps, or poorly designed/ uploaded apps, you may want to consider leaving your ipod to charge for a while, or consider the apps you download, because they may not be compatible to an ipod, or your software. (If you haven't already, look for the new ipod touch software update, for $10.00) check this out:
http://www.apple.com/ipodtouch/softwareupdate.html
This might also be caused from altering your factory settings, try restoring the ipod, again, (make sure to back up all your ipod files)
Hope I helped

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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.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/279274

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!

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Ms word, excel, powerpoint wont open anymore


Apparently your Microsoft Office files have been deleted or damaged. Try System Restore first (Open Control Panel, click on 'Performance and Maintenance' then in the left column choose 'System Restore' and follow the directions for "Restore my computer to an earlier time"). If this doesn't help, you'll need to completely re-install Microsoft Office.

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