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When I start my computer I get the message: 'Extender Fatel Error Invalid or missing resaurce files in teh installation directory. Please reinstall Extender Player.' What do I do about this?

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  • d_thuet May 25, 2011

    That did it, just one more question. I did have a side bar to the right that had a clock, calendar and money converter amounts ($ to € and $ to £). How do I get this back?

    Thanks for your help

    Dennis

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Hi there,
do you get this message when you turn the computer on or do your get this after logging on to the desktop?
if you are getting this message after logging on to the desktop please do this:
1. on your keyboard press and hold the windows key, while holding it down press the R button. 2.when the Run box comes up type in msconfig 3.you'll see the box called system startup utility, look for the tab called startup 4. at the bottom corner click disable all 5.click apply and ok or close (whichever applies) and restart the computer
Hopefully this helps!

Posted on May 25, 2011

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    Marlon Deza May 25, 2011

    Hi there,

    I'm glad it did the trick for you. to bring the sidebar back go to the run box again and open msconfig

    go to Startup and then check the details at the command column see which one says "C:\ProgramFiles\Windows Sidebar\sidebar.exe" might not be the exact message but check for anything that says some about the sidebar. Put a check mar on it click apply and ok or close and restart the computer.

    Are you using windows 7 or windows vista? if the steps above doesn't help let me know what windows you are running so I can give you a much detailed step by step guide.

    Thanks!

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