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Re: Reading a MS Money back-up file after PC recovery
You must not have the money programme installed, otherwise you would be able to open up archived back ups.
If you have open them up throhgh the archives option in the open file menu instead of clicking on the file themselves, or right click on the selected file and choose 'open with' then choose Money 2006.
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May be the reason of corruption in attach word document file. I would recommend you to try the third party RecoveryFix for Word recovery
software which is equipped with sophisticated algorithms that further
ensure fast repairing of corrupt doc/docx files. It also supports
recovery of UNICODE characters
Laptops that have pre-installed Microsoft Office in it usually have 60-day trial version or Microsoft Office starter. The trial version may be a Home edition and has the full features but will ask for a product key after the trial period expires. The MS Office Starter only has limited features for MS Word and Excel only, but this is not a trial version.
If you want to continue using the trial MS Office or want the full functionality of MS Word and MS Excel plus MS powerpoint etc, you need to follow the steps provided to activate or purchase a product key from the application itself. You need to purchase the product key from Microsoft since this program is unfortunately not free.
I would reinstall it as per the instructions from HP. as there may be drivers missing. Copy attached.
HP Mobile Printing for Notebooks
HP Help and Support (XP Only)
Safety and Comfort Guide
Adobe Acrobat® Reader v. 5.10
Microsoft Reader v. 2.5
Zinio Reader v.1.4
Sun Java 1.4
Windows Media Player 9 for XP
HP Tablet PC Tour
*Intervideo WinDVD Playback Software v. 4* (Pre-loaded)
Availability of recommended
software applications or services may vary by region and may require additional
purchase and/or subscription
FranklinCovey PlanPlus (30 day trial period)
MindJet MindManager 2002 for Tablet PC (21 day trial period)
Alias SketchBook Pro (15 day trial period)
Zinio (see Digital Magazine icon on Tablet PC desktop for more information)
ScanSoft Omniform Filler 5.1 and Dragon Naturally Speaking Standard Edition
7.1 (available as a special configuration)
software available through the web
Client Manager Software HP ProtectTools Smart Card Security Manager QuickLook
for the HP Tablet PC TC1100 series
Software is loaded on the hard drive and must be installed by running the
Software Setup utility.
Each unit is shipped
with a recovery CD kit containing Operating System Recovery and Driver/Application
Recovery CDs. These CDs allow users to either recover or repair the tablet's operating
system and select drivers without losing personal data. The Operating System CD
also provides the option of reinstalling the operating system software provided
with the tablet.
If HP/Compaq cannot supply you with a recovery disc, then you can get around this. Install Windows XP then download the device drivers for your model laptop and install them on your laptop. You can use a another computer with Internet access then copy and install them on your laptop.
You can download the drivers from the Compaq/HP WEB
support/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the XP or
Vista Windows version of the drivers you require and install them. Click on
this link to download the drivers: - www.compaq.com/country/cpq_support.html
If you purchased the software from a retail computer-store, go back there, with what you purchased, and get them to show the product-key to you.
However, if your computer is brand-new, you may have gotten a "30-day-free-trial" version of MS Office Home and Student 2007 that was pre-installed.
After the trial-period ends, you have to _BUY_ a license (and get a product-key) to be able to continue to use the software.
Compaq? Oh, then you are going to have a hard disk partition with the recovery files, so you don't need the disks. You have made it, that's great, because in case you cannot access the hard disk, you cannot initiate a recovery without ordering recovery CDs for your model from HP.
There are a number of ways to do it.
Try pressing F9 at startup (when the Compaq or HP logo shows up), and if it doesn't work, see the key for System Recovery at the bottom of the screen. It will recover, just follow the instructions on the screen.
Also, you can insert the first disk anytime, or boot from it when you start the PC up.
Or, you can use the Recovery Manager software in the PC that is pre-installed and it will help you to do a System Recovery from the files on your recovery partition.
I would try to use the windows backup and recovery feature if it's enabled. restore it to the previous day, also, for the windows system, did you create a backup disk. if so you should be able to reload any pre-existing programs to your system by running a restore from the recovery. without loosing all your personal files. also some will have an option when creating a recovery disk to make an applications recovery disk. If you haven't created these, i would check into this in the future.
Unfortunately none of the PC manufacturers, with the exception of Toshiba and Dell, ship with recovery disks anymore. Instead, you have the option to create recovery disks after you purchase the computer. HP for example, used 3 DVD-R's to create recovery disks. And when you use those discs to recover your system it will revert it back to the way it was when you purchased it. So unfortauntely, the only way to get a set of recovery discs is to purchase them from HP. They cost about $30 on average. And unless you want to just purchase a new full copy of windows, purchasing the recovery discs are the only way to recover your system... legally.
To order HP's discs, just go to their support site at www.hp.com and search for your model number. It will then give you the instructions on how to order your specific discs.