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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you still have the shortcut for Dell Remote access in your start menu, right click on it and select copy, then right click on your taskbar and click "Open Folder" when the folder opens click paste.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
You can try the following:
Click Start Button,
Then select All programs,
then, "system tools",
then, "system restore",
A utility will start. click Next.
(Please note that it will not cause any harm to your data so dont worry about it.)
after flipping through couple of screens, it will give you an option to roll back the settings to an earlier time.
Select an earlier Bold date (that means a system check point exists) click on a check point and click next.
It will ask you to restart after reload. Allow that.
(The system will be rolled back to the point you selected (select a checkpoint that was earlier than the problem occured)).
you will see that once the system will restart, it has restored the system settings to an earlier time and your problems are resolved.
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Thanks & Best Regards,
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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