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I can not install or update programs, add user account and change settings on my laptop..this message always appear : "The system could not find the environment option that was entered." how could this be solved?please help!t.y.

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When ever i restart my loptop a message appear "rocketdock had trouble loading your icons"


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Computer wont load past the user accounts meny


Try booting into "safe mode" by starting your computer, and pressing "f8" just prior to the Windows screen popping up. If this error happened just after a update or install, you may be able to use "system restore" in the "help and support" section (accessed at the start button) to revert your system back to before the update or install happened. If not, you should be able to uninstall the program or update from the "add or uninstall programs" wizard in control panel.

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I have a HP DeskjetF380 All In One Printer, scanner,copier which has been working OK & still does, but am receiveing continual message on my computer which interferes with my computing etc & is an...


Try going into control panel, add and remove programs and finding the HP update program. Uninstall this and you should nto get any more update messages
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Modify UAC

The User Account Control security feature was one of the most reviled additions to Windows Vista, with good reason -- its constant warning messages asking for permission to continue many operations drove users around the bend. UAC has been significantly improved in Windows 7 so that it's not as intrusive as in Vista, but you can still tweak it if you like.

Here's how to turn UAC on or off, and make it less or more intrusive than the default:

1. Go to the Control Panel --> User Accounts and Family Safety.

2. Click User Accounts, then click Change User Account Control settings.

3. From the screen that appears, use the slider to select the level of protection you want. Here are the four levels and what they mean:

Always notify me. Think of this as UAC Classic. It works like Vista's UAC: When you make changes to your system, when software is installed or when a program tries to make a change to your system, an annoying prompt appears.

Default -- Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer. This is, obviously, the default; make a change yourself and UAC leaves you alone. When a program makes a change, a prompt appears and your desktop goes dark, just like it does in Vista. Otherwise, UAC sits there silently.

Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer (do not dim my desktop). This setting is identical to the default setting, with one difference: It won't dim your desktop so that you only see the UAC prompt asking you to take action. This presents a slightly elevated security risk over the default setting, because theoretically a program could allow a malicious program to interfere with the UAC prompt.

Never notify me when: In this one, UAC is completely turned off. This is, of course, an insecure option and not recommended for most users.

After you make the selection, click OK. Depending on the selection you made, you may need to restart your system for it to take effect.

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