Do i need to keep old JAVA JRE on my computer? I found in program list: J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 10 size: 120Mo 5.0 Update 4 size: 118Mo 5.0 Update 6 size: 119Mo 5.0 Update 9 size: 119Mo And too Java (TM) 6 Update 2 size: 111 Mo. Java (TM) 6 Update 3 size: 111 Mo. Java (TM) 6 Update 5 size: 114 Mo. Java (TM) 6 Update 1 size: 134 Mo. Is it nécessary to keep all that stuf? Which one can i uninstal? Thanks for your answer, Best regards. Danc.
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Assuming youve checked every volume slider there is (the one in whatever program your using, the one on the bottom right corner of the screen by the clock, and the master volume..... Thab go to your start button on the bottom left of the screen (where you normally access all your programs), there should be a little "search bar" on the bottom of that list. Type on "device manager", scroll down the list and locate your speakers, right click and than go to properties. First try "update driver", if that doesn't work than click "Uninstaller driver" and restart your computer. That should do it.
I assume the multiple messages you refer to are email messages.
If so, you can delete multiple messages as follows:
1. For messages listed one above the other in a row, use you mouse to select the first message so that is is highlighted. Then hold down your shift key and select the last message in your continuous list of messages. All the messages from the first to the last should now be highlighted (i.e., selected). While in this mode with the messages highlighted, press the delete key on your keyboard, or alternately, use your mouse and select the delete icon at the top of the email screen (it looks like a trash can).
You can also just drag the selected emails while holding the shift key down into your system trash.
2. For multiple messages that are not in a continuous list, while holding down the option key, use your mouse to highlight each message by clicking on it. When all the messages you wish to delete are selected, as above, press the delete key on your keyboard or use you mouse to select the delete button at the top of the email screen.
These instructions are for when you are using the apple mail program. It will likely work with other mail programs.
Hi there bud, if it is related too your Drivers ,Then simply reinstall your Sound card drivers or Motherboard Drivers , It will work perfect then...You dont need to install Drivers for your Speakers ....Try using one of those Driver update programs too update it for you.. Hope you come right bud Happy new year
Sometimes, problems like that is associated with missing program required by the installer you loaded to your computer. Usually graphics require .netFramework 2 or any higher. When you are prompted once you unload it to PC, try to read why it doesn't load and then if it requires some rpogram, download it from the net. Some programs like Java Environment is free for upgrade download.
You can usually use the keys on your keyboard to get to these kinds of options. They are: 1. Ctrl +Esc together 2. or you can push all 3 of these keys at once: Ctrl +Alt + Delete
However, that does not fix the problem. To do that, I would start with updating Windows by going to Programs > Windows Update and then restart your computer after all updates have finished installing.
You might need to update Java, just go to www.sun.com
You might need to update your Internet Explorer.
Beyond that, you may have a virus, so scan your computer with a virus scanner. If none of this works, you might need to reinstall or repair Windows (use your Windows disk and backup all files that you want to keep first) or go back to a previous Restore Point saved in Windows.
To Restore to a previous state of Windows just go to:
Control Panel> System> and then click on Advanced System Settings
In the box that pops up (System Properties) click on the System Protection tab. You will see any previous restore points with the dates. This might help to go to a time when your computer was working well.
Do not "Create a restore point" because it will create it with the way your system is now and you wont ever want to restore to a point where it is messed up like it is now.
Always restart, I'll assume you've done that. Try restarting and logging in as another user if there is multiple users set up on it. Log in as administrator or a user with administrator rights.
If the problem is still there, you may be infected with spyware and/or viruses. Make sure your antivirus software is up to date and download and install a good spyware detection program. SpyBot Search & Destroy is free and a good one to use. Do a full virus scan with your up to date antivirus software and a full scan with the spyware program once installed.
Spyware is rampant on the internet and you do need a program to help protect you from it. You should also download and install the Mozilla Firefox web browser and use it rather than Internet Explorer.
If your computer (Windows) cannot be repaired you may be looking at a restore procedure either with the Windows restore feature or with disks that may have come with your computer. I would choose the Windows restore first. If you need assistance with that, replay back here and I can go through it with you.