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First will you change your bios setting it will be change at starting time when you switch on the computer press f8 key and bios setting well be display by monitor will you change only first primary device -cd/dvd and save the setting and restart your pc and put cd in your cd drive when you restart your pc it show can you boot from cd please enter any key and you enter any key and your system is booting from cd please see the instruction which display and you boot the computer itself.

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Can not delete it is used by another program close any program that might be using the file an try again


Reboot the computer and as soon as you get back into windows try deleting the file again. If you get the same message then go into MSCONFIG (type it in the search box) into the startup tab. Disable all the programs and reboot the computer. Try deleting the file again. If you still can't delete it then it may be a system file your trying to delete and those I wouldn't mess with because it could screw up windows.
Last thing to try would be to boot up your computer in safe mode. Since it doesn't load much into memory you should be able to delete your file that way for sure.

May 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to Optimize Your Computer


This is a tip on how to Optimize you computer for optimum performance
Windows XP
  1. Click Start
  2. Click run
  3. Type 'temp", make sure no browser/folder are open
  4. Select all file by pressing Ctrl+A
  5. Press Delete button to delete the files
  6. Repeat step 1 & 2, then this time type 'prefetch' repeat steps 4 and 5
  7. Repeat step 1 & 2, type '%temp%, repeat steps 4 & 5
  8. Then reboot the computer
  9. After reboot repeat steps 1 & 2
  10. Then type 'msconfig'
  11. Click on Start-up tab
  12. Then click on disable all
  13. Click on Apply and click close then reboot the computer again
  14. After reboot the compute should be running more faster.
Cheers!!!

on Sep 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have no sound on U tube


Hi,
In this regards I would suggest you to reset the Internet explorer settings on the computer by following the below steps:- Internet Explorer 7:
? Tools ? Internet Options ? Delete? Delete files ? Yes
? Delete cookies ? OK
? Delete history ? OK
? Close (browsing history window)
? OK and then reboot(restart) the computer.
If Internet Explorer 8:? Tools ? Delete Browsing History
[. ] Preserve Favorites (leave blank)
[x] Temporary Internet files
[x] Cookies
[x] History
? Delete
and then reboot(restart) the computer. If using Mozilla Firefox 3:? Tools ? Clear Private Data
[x] Browsing History
[x] Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
[x] Cache
[x] Cookies
? Clear Private Data Now
and then reboot(restart) the computer. If using Mozilla Firefox 3.5/3.6:? Tools ? Clear Recent History
Time range to clear: ? Everything
? Details
[x] Browsing & Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
[x] Cookies
[x] Cache
? Clear Now
and then reboot(restart) the computer.

Nov 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Adobe mess up :(


you may had old one installed go check on all your files and delete the old and new and reinstall clean...also try to install it again when all background files are closed especially viruse program

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Q:how can i get rid of this message "you are victim of software counterfeiting"? Ans: 1.Goto My computer C drive select the folder ->Windows-->system32-->chek for a file WGATRAY.EXE (there r similar dll...


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Please go to Microsoft website and subscribe your Edition now ASAP.

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Please help


Restart your computer and hit F8 and go into Safe Mode and you will be able to delete that file

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How to delete write protected MP4 files


You can't play itunes music because it is mp4. You need to convert it to mp3.

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The sound is cutting in and out and the system runs much slower


I'm assuming you are running XP. Here are some things to try:
1. In your web browser (Internet explorer) click on the 'tools' menu
2. click on 'Internet Options'
3. Under browser history click on 'delete'
4. The first 2 options are to delete temporary files and delete cookies. Do those two things.
5. Reboot
6. 'Start' 'All programs' 'accessories' 'system tools' 'defrag' and run the defrag program.
7. reboot.
8. Virus scan all files on your computer.
9. Reboot.
I will be notified if you post any problems with the above. Your computer should run faster.

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Spyware


There may be a cookie or something residing on our computer causing this. From your browser>tools>internet options>select delete. delete files and cookies. Out of that, go to start>run>type prefetch in the window. select all and delete all the files there. empty your recycle bin and reboot and run a complete virus scan. If that doesn't help, go to all programs>accessories>system tools> system restore. select a date previous to when you had this problem. You may lose data at this point but I'm hoping deleting the files and a reboot does the trick

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WRITE PROTECTION


There are a number of reasons why you are unable to delete files and you need to be sure that the file is no longer required before you delete it. If a file won't allow you to delete it, it can mean a program on your computer is using it.

However, you can try the following...........

The simple way is to reboot your computer in "Safe Mode." To do this, reboot your computer, as the computer is booting, repeatedly press F8 until the option to select safe mode appears. Select safe mode and allow the computer to fully boot. Safe mode only loads all the critical and vital software to support your operating system and not all the programs installed on your computer. When the computer has booted, look for the file you want to delete and try to remove it. If you are able to delete the file, you can now reboot the computer normally, simply by restarting.

If this does not work a more complicated way of removing the file is to use DOS or Command Mode. This will definitely allow you to delete the file but is tricky if you have not used Command Mode before. Command mode will allow you to delete the complete folder so if there are other files in the folder that you want to keep, be sure to either put them in a different folder or move the file you want to delete into its own separate folder. Using command mode is irreversible so be sure you don't delete anything you are likely to need.

I will call the folder you want to delete FRED, just to identify it. Make a note of exactly where it is located on your hard drive, for example
C:\WINDOWS\Resources\FRED

Restart the computer pressing F8 like you did for safe mode.
This time select 'Command Mode.'
This will open a screen that looks old fashioned and there will be a prompt that will say something like
C:\Documents and Settings\Your_name>

Type del C:\WINDOWS\Resources\FRED
This will delete the folder called FRED which will remove your write protected file.
Then just restart you computer normally, the file will have been successfully removed.



Mar 08, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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