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read forums on the system
personally I would stick with proven systems such as norton or kaspersky both of which are proven performers

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never call microsoft it's a scam
first reboot the computer to see if the screen is still there

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Try reinstalling using your original disks and SP3 disk. XP is no longer supported.

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(1.Visio Pro 2007) VB48G-H6VK9-WJ93D-9R6RM-VP7GT (2.Office Suits) HCFPT-K86VV-DCKH3-87CCR-FM6HW (3.Office) KGFVY-7733B-8WCK9-KTG64-BC7D8

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i need to get product key for word 2007

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Try updating drivers. Go to device manager, then select your network card, then go to drivers tab and select update driver.

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probably not compatible
win 7 uses 2012 outlook or win live mail

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Couple things you may do, first one guide below, second: if you can't move ost to pst make use of https://osttopst.recoverytoolbox.com/ Recovery Toolbox for Outlook
  1. Launch Outlook. Log in to your Exchange email server to view the contents of your OST file.
  2. In Outlook, click "File," then "Import and Export."
  3. Click "Export to a file" and "Next."
  4. Click "Personal Folder File (.PST)" and "Next."
  5. Click "Personal Folders" at the top of the list, then click "Include subfolders." This will export everything in your OST file into a PST file. Click the appropriate categories in the list if you want to export only certain data such as your contacts. Click "Next."
  6. Click the "Browse" button. Navigate to a folder on your hard drive where you want to store your PST file. Type a file name and hit "Enter." Choose how you wish possible duplicate items to be managed.
  7. Click "Finish.

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U have a driver issue for the lan chip that is on the mo bo. Go to web site of mo bo or Aspire for download.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 20, 2017


Use a wired keyboard and mouse.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 20, 2017


Confirmation code or activation code? The activation code is provided by microsoft not us. Would you like me to provide you detailed activation instructions?

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jun 19, 2017


The simple way to restore .pst files in outlook is

Choose File-> Import and Export…
Choose Export to a file
Choose Personal Folder File (.pst)
Select the Inbox and press Next (we do the Contacts folder later)
Set the file location to D:\My Documents\My Outlook\Backup\export.pst
Press Finish and you’ll be prompted to set properties for the export.pst file
In the Name field type a descriptive name like "Export June 2004" (yeah, I wrote this guide a long time ago but don’t worry; I still keep it up to date!)
Press OK to start the export
To export the Contacts folder as well repeat step 1 to 4 and this time select the Contacts folder
If the save location is not set to the path you’ve set in step 5 browse to it
Press Finish to export the Contact folder
Close Outlook and copy the exported file to your safe location as described in Backup pst-file
please vote

Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 19, 2017

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