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Warning Box. For nearly 3 weeks now every time I enter my Internt Provide ie. Tiscali I am met with a warning box, I will write the first & main one out for you. Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site. http://webmailtiscali.co.uk/cp.ps/Mainlayout/metaframesetpd=tiscali.co.uk&sa= mail&u=harvey1947&t=d90d19414d/1&/=en Opertation Aborted X OK Then the page Internet Explorer cannot open this page for you. I can erradicate it by clicking the close x top right corner. This message or one very similar, telling me Internet Explorer cannot open site to whichever site I may be trying to enter. Then when I go back to any site this box of messages follows me from Tiscali to wherever I may be. all very annoying believe me. I would be eternally gratefull to anyone who can rid me of this pesky warning box. Kind Regards. Harvey.

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It sounds like it is a maleware issue, I would recommend downloading Spyware begone and a anti virus tool, and running both of these,

otherwise it could be an issue with your browser, try a different web browser. eg.. Firefox.

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How do you remove that warning message


Windows Vista


In newer versions of Windows, User Account Control (UAC) is implemented to warn users when they are about to complete an action on the computer that could cause damage.


However, these warning messages can become bothersome. Disable UAC to prevent warning messages from being displayed constantly as you use your computer.


Click "Start," then click "Control Panel."


Double click "User Accounts."


Click "Turn User Account Control on or off."


Remove the check from the box, and click "OK." You may need to restart the computer to complete this change.


Windows 7


Click "Start," then click "Control Panel."


Find the search box at the top of the window and type "User Account Control" into it. This will result in a link labeled "Change User Account Control settings." Click the link.


Move the slider to the bottom of the window to disable UAC warning messages completely or to a position in the middle of the window to disable warnings in only certain situations.


Hope this helps


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How to reset DRM (Digital Rights Management) for Windows Media Player 12 in...


These instructions are for Windows 7.

*WARNING*
If you have downloaded songs from protected music services (i.e. Napster, Rhapsody, etc), these instructions will delete the DRM for those files and possibly make them unplayable. Please be sure to back up your DRM by copying the files in step 10 to a safe location prior to deleting them. After following this procedure, You may have to restore music that you downloaded from online services to your computer. Please consult your music services for more information.

Please perform these stepscarefully and note the warning below.

1. Open the 'Control Panel'.

2. Open 'Folder Options' and select the 'View' tab.

3. Select 'Show hidden files and folders'.

4. Uncheck 'Hide protected operating system files'.

5. In the warning message you receive, click 'Yes'.

6. Click 'OK'.

7. Close the Control Panel

8. Click the Start button. In the 'Start Search' box, paste the following:
C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsDRM

9. Press 'Enter'.

10. Make a backup copy of the following 4 files to a separate location such as your desktop or a flash drive.blackbox.bin
drmstore.hds
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11. Delete ONLY the following 4 files from C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsDRM:
blackbox.bin
drmstore.hds
v3ks.bla
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That will wipe out and reset your existing DRM.

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Cannot use my password to get back into Windows XP


Because of the security features built into Windows XP, it is virtually impossible to get back into the system without the password. You have several options to try and get around this problem.

If you have the access to another user account with administrator rights, you can use that account to change the password of the account that is locked out. You can also use the default Administrator account that is built into Windows XP.

First you need to boot the system into the Safe Mode.
1. Restart your system.
2. When you see the blue Dell globe or screen, press the ( F8 ) key about 3 times a second.
3. You should get the windows startup menu. Use the (up or down) arrow keys to highlight (SafeMode)
4. Press (Enter) on (SafeMode), then press (Enter) on (Windows XP).
5. The system should boot to Safe Mode.

Once you are at the Account Log on Screen, click on the icon for the user account with administrator rights, or click on the icon for the administrator account.
Note: For Home the Administrator account isn't normally shown & in Safe Mode you have to press Ctrl+ALt+Delete keys twice to show. For PRO you cando this in normal mode

When the system has booted to the desktop, use the following steps to change the accounts password.
1. Click Start, Control Panel, Administrative tools.
2. Click Computer Management.
3. Double click Local Users and Groups, double click the folder users.
4. Right click on the account name that is locked out, and click on Set Password.
5. You may get a warning message about changing the password, simply click proceed.
6. Leave the New Password box blank , also leave the Confirm Password box blank.
7. Click OK, and OK again.
8. Then close all Windows, reboot the system and try to log in.


There are also applications that can recover the password for you. The following companies provide these applications at a cost.
iOpus* Password Recovery XP here.
LostPassword.com, here
Asterisk Password Recovery XP v1.89 here.
Windows XP / 2000 / NT key here.


If the above information does not help in recovering the password, the only option left is to format the hard drive then reinstall Windows and system software.




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Your chassis has been opened. Press F1 to continue How to clear warning


hi
press f1
then go to pc health on bios, chassi option press enter key .choos e reset the press f10 save yes

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I have an Acer Aspire 5520-5334 how do i reset to factory settings? It is running window vista.


Acer PC or laptop
Step 1:
Click "Start" menu.
Step 2:
Click "Programs."
Step 3:
Click "Acer Recovery Management."
Step 4:
Click the "Restore" button on the bottom of the dialog box that opens.
Step 5:
Click "Restore System to Factory Default."
Step 6:
Click "Yes" in the warning dialog box which asks if you wish to continue the recovery process.
Step 7:
Click "Start" to restore the computer to the default factory settings.
Tips & Warnings
If you are unable to access the Start menu, use the recovery CDs that came with the computer or visit Acer's website (see Resources below).
Always make a back-up CD before restoring a computer to factory defaults.
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DISPLAY YOUR OWN MADE WARNING MESSAGE EACH TIME THE COMPUTER BOOTS!


You can display your own made warning message each time the computer boots. Like "Yous Computer is Hijacked" etc...
All you've got to do is locate following registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\CurrentVersion\WinLogon

search for a string value named
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Then run MalwareBytes after that. Both of them are free

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This may sound silly, but check the power cord is plugged in hard to the socket at each end. I once made a service call to a computer which wasn't plugged in correctly, and was resetting.

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Red X and Blank IE window


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My notebook pc is locked up and will not unlock with my password and how much does this costs


Hopefully you have more than one account with administrative privileges on your computer. Then this should help:

Turn your computer on, and press F8 until you see the startup menu. Use the up/down arrows to select Safe Mode, and hit enter. Press enter again on Windows (whatever your operating system is).

1. Click Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools.
2. Click Computer Management.
3. Double click Local Users and Groups, double click the folder Users.
4. Right click on the account name that is locked out, and click on Set Password.
5. You may get a warning message about changing the password, simply click proceed.
6. Leave the New Password box blank, also leave the Confirm Password box blank.
7. Click OK, and OK again.
8. Then close all Windows, reboot the system and try to log in.

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