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My local disk always opens in a new window

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That problem probably your computer is infection by virus (autorun i guess). Can you tell me Antivirus software you installed in your computer?

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CANNOT RESET PASSWORD


Which operating system ?????....
If you are regularly using a Windows laptop, it's always a good idea to password protect it, even if you are its sole user.
If you forget your password at any time, you will need to reset it.
You need to create a password reset disk before being able to reset your password.
If you know your password, but you just need to change it for security purpose, you can do that quickly as well.

Create Password Reset Disk

Turn on your laptop.
Insert a USB flash drive or other removable media.
This is where you will keep your password reset information.
According to Microsoft, you can only create one if you are a local user.
If your computer is on a network or domain, an administrator must reset your password.


Click the "Start" button. Click "Control Panel." Open "User Accounts and Family Safety." Click "User Accounts."


On the left-hand side, click "Create a Password Reset Disk."
Follow the instructions.
When completed, store your removable media in a safe place that you can access if you need to reset your password.

Reset Password

Turn on your laptop and log in to Windows.
If you cannot log in because you enter the wrong password,
Windows will show a message that you entered an incorrect password. Click "OK."Click "Reset Password."


Insert your password reset disk drive.

Follow the instructions in the Password Reset wizard.
This will allow you to create a new password.
Log in to Windows with the new password.
You can use the same password reset disk any time you need to reset your password.
Change Password
Turn on your laptop and log in to Windows.
Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete. A new screen will appear that gives you several options.
Click "Change a Password."
Type in your old password. Type in a new password.
Type your new password again.
Press Enter.

Write down your new password and keep it in a safe place.


http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Reset-your-Windows-password

Aug 25, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Control panel not open


Just format u r whole hard disk and install new operating system, that can show u control panel

Apr 10, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Computer Local Disk (D:) D: is not accessible Error performing inpage operation


what is local disk D:? can you press the windows key and the R key at the same time, and then in the run dialog type diskmgmt.msc. go to the d: drive and find out what it is. is it a seperate logical drive used for recovery? is it possible it's a card reader slot? you could always try and just unmount the drive in windows via diskmgmt.msc and see if lets you.

Jul 22, 2012 | Acer Computers & Internet

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What am I going to to I cleanup some file in local c of window 98 suddenly my PC did not work it always say A disc error occur


hi
try to create boot disk then boot up from floopy and type command scandisk /fix
if only system problems scan disk will fix it ror u unless yr hard disk problems or bad sector problem

regards

Jun 27, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 98 for PC

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How can I defrag my Dell optiplex760?


How to Defrag a Dell Computer
1. Open the My Computer window. To do this on a Dell computer, click on the "Start" button at the bottom of the screen. Then, click "My Computer".
2. Choose the hard disk drive that you want to defrag. Locate the section entitled "Hard Disk Drives." In this section is a list of hard drives on the computer. For most Dell computers, the hard disk drive you will want to defrag is Local Disk (C:).
3. Right-click on the hard disk drive you want to defrag on the Dell computer. If you want to defrag your C: drive, then right-click on "Local Disk (C:)". A menu bar will appear.
4. Click on "Properties." "Properties" is the last option on the menu bar. This opens the Local Disk (C:) Properties window.
5. Click the "Tools" tab. The Tools tab is the second tab in the Local Disk (C:) Properties window. The tabs are located on the top of the window.
6. Click the "Defragment Now" button. The "Defragment Now" button is in the Defragmentation section of the window. This opens the Disk Defragmenter window.
7. Click to select the disk drive you want to defrag on a Dell computer and then click "Defragment." For most Dell computers, this will be (C:). After you click "Defragment," the Dell computer will first analyze the disk drive you selected and then beginning defragging the Dell computer.
8. Wait for the "Defragmentation is Complete" message. If you have not defragged a Dell computer in a long time, then the defragging process might take a while, even as long as an hour for very fragmented Dell computers. Allow the Dell computer to run the defrag until the process is completed. You will know that the Dell computer has completed the defrag process when the "Defragmentation is Complete" message appears.
9. View the defrag report and then close the window. If you want to view the defrag report, click "View Report." Otherwise, click "Close" to close the window.

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My notebook is working very slow. i want to format it. how should i do it?


Well, usually, formatting notebooks and/or computers is the last resort. Try to Defragment your hard disk drives, uninstall unnecessary programs, or upgrading memory to speed your notebook.
To defragment a hard disk drive, do this (For windows 7): 1. Click on the Windows button on the lower left of your screen, then click Computer. 2. A window will open up displaying your local hard disk drives (For example, Local Disk C:) 3. Right click on the disk drive that you want to defragment (Ex. Local disk C:) then click Properties 4. A new window will pop-up, go to Tools tab and under the Defragmentation, click Defragment Now (Defragmenting might take a while depending on the number of files and the size of the hard disk drive. 5. You can do the same steps for the other disk partitions (Local Disk D:, etc)
To uninstall programs (Windows 7) 1. Click Windows button on the lower left of your screen, then click Control Panel 2. A new window will open, look for the Programs part, then click the "Uninstall a program" link. 3. This will take you to the programs list with installed programs in your notebook/computer. 4. Select the programs that you want to remove/uninstall, then click Uninstall.
To upgrade physical memory/RAM (random access memory) 1. Please contact your manufacturer. Memory will be dependent on what kind of notebook model that you have.
If the above suggestions doesn't make your notebook a bit faster, then you might want to backup all your files to another media (like external hard drive, or burn it into DVD's). It would be the right time to format your notebook.
1. You should contact your notebook manufacturer about notebook formatting.
:)

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It is so slow ang it always hang ups


You need to clear your temp files.

try the disk cleanup utility built into windows
also view hidden files and navigate to your user under documents and settings. then look in local settings and open the temp folder.

delete all loose files here. Restart your computer. Also malware and antivirus scans could be helpful.

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Corel Paint Shop Pro X will not respond or open


Please inform corel from the internet and tell them that you purchased the 2007 version of paint shop Pro. tell them that you needed to install back unaccessed software.
Thanks.

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Old floppy disk photo file is viewed in wordpad; just squares


Right click on the file and click "open with" on the new window select the program you wish to open it with such as "microsoft image viewer" then check the box that says "always use the selected program to open this type of file" then click ok and it should open in the program you selected

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