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Encrypting the PC won't necessarily help you if you keep getting booted offline. Download and run a few free virus and spyware scanners. I'll post links to 2 that work fairly well and are free to boot :)

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What does "cannot establish encrypted connection" indicate please?


A program is running on start-up of windows which is looking to make a secure connection with another computer over the network.

On everything other than windows 8, open the start menu and in the run box put "msconfig".

When it finds msconfig.exe, pick the filename and click on it with the mouse.

This should run the program and you should see the start-up menu tab.

In here you will find the programs that start-up.

Find the program and disable it by clicking on the tick box to stop it running.

for more details see this page.
How to Disable Windows Startup Programs

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Once you forgot PDF password, the data in the encrypted PDF file are on the...


For security, we often protect our PDF file by password , such as some academic papers or network magazines. If we want to edit secured PDF, we would better unlock them first. But something bad often happen, For example, when we want to print a secured PDF file, but the password is lost; or if we want to extract some excellent pages from a PDF file, we would fail to copy them. So how to unlock and edit secured PDF?
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on Apr 28, 2010 | PC Desktops

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How do I get on line for Skype. It keeps showing I';m off line


You will need to Login using your username and password.

If you do not have an account, then register on the Skype website.

Take care!
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I can not send e- mail out can you help


Simply use smtp2go.com as your outgoing mail server and never worry about problems sending emails ever again. Setup takes only 2 minutes and involves typingsmtp2go.com into your email software's settings. Send from anywhere in the world - from home, the office, New York, or even Guatemala!

Nov 11, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Decrypting the encryption


what is it that is encrypted? more information is needed are you refering to the encryption file and the password list or do you have an encrypted hard drive? or an encrypted .rar file ultimatly you have to figure out the encryption key then revers it onto the target that is encrypted best of luck the all knowing ****

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I set encryption on a drive and can't take it off


Yes changing your SID will cause this. The SID is a unique identifier that is given to objects. If you delete an account and then rename it the same name it will have a different SID.

May 22, 2009 | PC Desktops

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How do I encrypt an individual computer file?


Hi brianeckhear

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Windows Explorer.
  2. Locate the file that you want, right-click the file, and then click Properties.
  3. On the General tab, click Advanced.
  4. Under Compress or Encrypt attributes, select the Encrypt contents to secure data check box, and then click OK.
  5. Click OK. If the file is located in an unencrypted folder, you receive an Encryption Warning dialog box. Use one of the following steps:
    • If you want to encrypt only the file, click Encrypt the file only, and then click OK.
    • If you want to encrypt the file and the folder in which it is located, click Encrypt the file and the parent folder, and then click OK.
Note that if you allow other users access to an encrypted folder and they put an encrypted file in it then they would need to grant you access to file before you can open it.

Also encrypted files cannot be stored on remote servers unless it's configured as Trusted for delegation. To do that you would need admin access to the domain controller

More info can be found here

I'm not 100% certain but I don't think encryption capabilities are built into Windows Home editions. You could compress the file in this case and password protect it.

May 11, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Unable to access my documents after reload winxp


Just about anytime you do an install and not burn the data to disc, that happen. Not always but most often.
That data is lost as far as I know. I did same thing and lost 200 movies.
I now burn everything to disc.
Sorry about the news....

Feb 23, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I have a router by "Linksys Wireless 2.4 GHz". I need to password protect my wireless connection - I received a notice from Charter Communications that I had violated a copyright by downloading a movie - I...


yep, someone is piggybacking off your router. I found a kid last week doing the same thing. Go into the router control panel, type this into your address bar 192.168.1.1 ,that should get you into the first screen for your router, then Log in, if you never changed the password go to the second line and type admin into the second line, that should take you to the setup page, click on wireless, you will then see a panel that shows your connection status. Change the encryption to wep or wpa,1 or 2, it's just going to encrypt the signal. You will see a key that is quite long, you can change that to a ten digit or more number that you will remember. You will have to go into each machine that is in your network, and type in the new key that you made along with the wep or wpa encryption you changed it to. That is it you no longer have an open connection nor a shared connection. Just remember that if you use a WiFi phone or anything else wifi, it will automatically ask for the "KEY" from now on. That's just the way life is now, kids don't consider it stealing. You need to do this right away, anyone who is hacking into your network, could easily obtain access to your files passwords etc, with very little skill, also change the "admin" default password on the router log in page, and write everything down or you won't be able to get in without reseting everything, good luck

Jan 22, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I have a Compaq Presario CQ60. It will not hook up to our wireless connection. I can get on line wireless from another computer here . Can you help me get this computer back online?


Do you have a working wireless device in the computer? Can the computer see the wireless connection? Is the wireless connection encrypted? If the answer to all three of those questions is yes, then you need to get the encryption key from the access point. if question one is yes and question two is no, chances are the network connection broadcast name (or SSID) is hidden. You need to find that name and connect to it (SSIDs must be typed EXACTLY how its named--if its all caps, you have to type it all caps). Keep us posted.

Jan 22, 2009 | PC Desktops

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