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Well I just bought it new in the box and installed the CD but not able to find it listed under My Network Place. also, cannot see if has copied files on it. Many thanks for your help. Kind regards

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Not sure if you meant "My Computer". You should see the drive there. Did you see you the computer install the drive when you hooked it up? You may need to unplug it then hook it back up so the computer can find and install any drivers. Let me know, Tim

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How to install new hard disk in virtual box in open suse?


Since I know you have a copy of openSUSE, I'll use openSUSE as the virtual machine. Of course, you can substitute any OS.

Open Virtual Box. Click on "New" and click next in the "create new virtual machine" box. In the "name" box give your VM a name, say, SUSE. The OS drop down should indicate Linux, and then select the version of the distro, usually openSUSE. Click next. Accept the default 512MB of memory and click next (you can change this later if need be.) Under the "Virtual Hard Disk" select "create new hard disk" and click next. Click next again in the "welcome to create a new hard disk wizard" box. Choose "dynamically expanding storage" and click next. In the virtual disk location and size, accept the default and click next OR click the folder icon and browse to a location that you want to use....this can be a completely different physical hard drive. In the "summary" page click finish.

Your newly created virtual machine will now show up in virtual box.

Here's where things get a bit tricky, and I suspect this is where you may be having a problem: With Virtual Box open, highlight your new virtual machine and click "settings". Give it a minute to come up. Click on "storage" in the left margin. Under the storage tree click "empty" to highlight it. Then, on the right side where it says CD/DVD device, click the drop down arrow next to "empty" and select Host Drive 'D" (or what ever your drive letter is). It is _crucial_ that you do this.

Alternatively, if you have downloaded an ISO file, you can click the folder icon next to the "empty" and point it to the ISO file. That way you don't have to burn the ISO file to CD.

After that, under "network" in the left column, select either "NAT" or "bridged adapter" so your virtual machine can get out to the internet.

Now all you have to do is place your copy of SUSE into your CD/DVD drive, ignore anything that comes up, then highlight your virtual machine in Virtual Box and click "start" and it will take you through the install as if it were a real harddrive. Enjoy.

Any further questions, post back.

May 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Lost software to printer


You can download software from HP website, I will give you the link

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I have XP Home,and for some reason,my volume control icon is missing from my taskbar.When I opened "Sounds and Audio Device Properties",and checked the "place volume icon in the...


Method 1: Add the Volume iconTo add the Volume icon to the notification area of your computer, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: mmsys.cpl
  3. Click to select the Place volume icon in the taskbar check box.
  4. Click OK.
If the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area of your computer, you are finished. If you cannot add the Volume icon or if you receive an error message when you try to add it, the Sndvol32.exe file might be damaged or missing. Go to method 2. uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 2: Save a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file on your hard diskIf the Sndvol32.exe file is damaged or missing, you must extract a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk. PrerequisitesThis method requires you to have your Windows XP installation CD.

Note If you do not have access to the Windows XP CD that contains the installation files, ask the network administrator for help if the computer is at your workplace, or contact Support. To contact Microsoft Support, visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/ (http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/) To extract a copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk, follow these steps:
  1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your computer's CD drive or DVD drive. Press and hold the SHIFT key as you insert the CD to prevent it from starting automatically.
  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: cmdThe command prompt opens.
  4. Type the drive letter of the CD drive or DVD drive, type a colon, and then press ENTER. For example, if your computer's CD drive is drive E, type the following, and then press ENTER: e:
  5. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: cd i386
  6. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ system_root\system32\sndvol32.exeNote system_root is the path and folder name where the Windows system files are located on your computer. This is usually C:\Windows. If the folder that contains the Windows system files on your computer is C:\Windows, type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ c:\windows\system32\sndvol32.exeNote There is a space between "ex_" and "c:\windows" in this command.
  7. Type exit to exit the command prompt, and then press ENTER.
  8. Verify that you can start Volume Control and that the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area (if you selected this option in method 1).
If the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area, you are finished. If the Volume icon is not displayed in the notification area, go to the "Next steps" section.

Resource
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319095

Jan 26, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Windows seven drivers are needed.


Assuming that you have upgraded from winxp and have the original cd with the software do the following:

1. go to the folder containing the usb or card files
2. copy all the files from the disk into a folder on your desktop
3. right click on the setup file in the folder on the desktop for usb or card
4. click properties
5. click compatibility tab
6. check the box under privilege level to run the program as an administrator
7. check the box under compatibility mode and select compatibility mode windows xp service pack 2
8. click apply and ok
9. double click the setup file
10. you should be able to install the program now
11. after install, reboot
12. click on the wireless icon in your system tray
13. select the network you want to connect to
14. enter security key
15. you should be able to connect to the internet now

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Windows cannot execute sndvol32.exe


Method 1: Add the Volume icon loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); To add the Volume icon to the notification area of your computer, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: mmsys.cpl
  3. Click to select the Place volume icon in the taskbar check box.
  4. Click OK.
If the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area of your computer, you are finished. If you cannot add the Volume icon or if you receive an error message when you try to add it, the Sndvol32.exe file might be damaged or missing. Go to method 2.


Method 2: Save a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file on your hard disk loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); If the Sndvol32.exe file is damaged or missing, you must extract a new copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk. Prerequisites loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); This method requires you to have your Windows XP installation CD.

Note If you do not have access to the Windows XP CD that contains the installation files, ask the network administrator for help if the computer is at your workplace, or contact Support. To contact Microsoft Support, visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/ (http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/) To extract a copy of the Sndvol32.exe file from the Windows XP CD and save it on your computer's hard disk, follow these steps:
  1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your computer's CD drive or DVD drive. Press and hold the SHIFT key as you insert the CD to prevent it from starting automatically.
  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. Copy and paste or type the following command in the Open box, and then click OK: cmdThe command prompt opens.
  4. Type the drive letter of the CD drive or DVD drive, type a colon, and then press ENTER. For example, if your computer's CD drive is drive E, type the following, and then press ENTER: e:
  5. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: cd i386
  6. Copy and paste or type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ system_root\system32\sndvol32.exeNote system_root is the path and folder name where the Windows system files are located on your computer. This is usually C:\Windows. If the folder that contains the Windows system files on your computer is C:\Windows, type the following, and then press ENTER: expand sndvol32.ex_ c:\windows\system32\sndvol32.exeNote There is a space between "ex_" and "c:\windows" in this command.
  7. Type exit to exit the command prompt, and then press ENTER.
  8. Verify that you can start Volume Control and that the Volume icon is displayed in the notification area (if you selected this option in method 1).

Jan 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I cant get it to run the software


Assuming that you have upgraded from winxp and have the original cd with the software do the following:

1. go to the folder containing the usb or card files
2. copy all the files from the disk into a folder on your desktop
3. right click on the setup file in the folder on the desktop for usb or card
4. click properties
5. click compatibility tab
6. check the box under privilege level to run the program as an administrator
7. check the box under compatibility mode and select compatibility mode windows xp service pack 2
8. click apply and ok
9. double click the setup file
10. you should be able to install the program now
11. after install, reboot
12. click on the wireless icon in your system tray
13. select the network you want to connect to
14. enter security key
15. you should be able to connect to the internet now

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Need driver for windows 7 64bit


Assuming that you have upgraded from winxp and have the original cd with the software do the following:

1. go to the folder containing the usb or card files
2. copy all the files from the disk into a folder on your desktop
3. right click on the setup file in the folder on the desktop for usb or card
4. click properties
5. click compatibility tab
6. check the box under privilege level to run the program as an administrator
7. check the box under compatibility mode and select compatibility mode windows xp service pack 2
8. click apply and ok
9. double click the setup file
10. you should be able to install the program now
11. after install, reboot
12. click on the wireless icon in your system tray
13. select the network you want to connect to
14. enter security key
15. you should be able to connect to the internet now

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Unable to load post script fonts in windows-xp


Well postscript fonts are vector outline fonts, so they contain instructions about the building of their outlines and curves and such. Hence two files are required to use a postscript font under Windows.

As to how to install these fonts, well
  1. Click Start | Settings | Control Panel.
  2. Double-click on the Fonts folder.
  3. Choose File | Install New Font.
  4. In the Folders menu, navigate to the folder containing the fonts that you wish to install. A list of available fonts will appear in the List of Fonts window.
  5. Click on the font you wish to install or use the "Select All" button to install all fonts in the List of Fonts.
  6. Click on OK.
Please keep in mind:
  1. If you are installing fonts from a CD be sure the 'Add without copying files' box is NOT checked; unless the fonts are on a located somewhere (such as a network) which you will have access to at all times.
  2. Postscript fonts have two files: PFB (printer font binary has outlines that control how the font looks) and PFM (printer font metrics has information about font spacing). Be sure you have both font files.
  3. If you currently have or previously had Adobe Type Manager Deluxe 4.0, 4.1, or 4.1.1 installed you may need the Adobe Deluxe Updater in order to properly use your Postscript fonts under Windows XP. Get it from Adobe.
Hope this helped. Let me know and if yes please rate me:)

Feb 15, 2009 | Adobe Computers & Internet

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Want to install Quick verse 7 on Vista


the Quick verse 7 was made only for 95 98 2000 and XP but you can try this method on how to install the QV 7 on winXP sp3

"Install QuickVerse Essentials version 7 on WinXP w/sp3

Place the QuickVerse version 7 Essentials CD into optical drive & close tray. This begins the auto run / install process. (Please do not remove CD until right at the end!)

Installation menus appear. Accept the defaults and choose “Typical Installation” (85Mb)

Message box appears at the end of the installation: “QuickVerse installation has encountered a problem and needs to close” Choose “Don’t Send” The installation program exits.

Navigate to: Start Button / All Programs / Parsons / QuickVerse 7 / (from drop down list) find “QuickVerse 7.0” and right click on it. Select “Send To Desktop”

Click on the new QuickVerse 7.0 desktop icon to run the program.

Dialog Box appears, “The librarian datafile library.mdb not found etc…” Select “New” / "Open Book" dialog box appears click on “Close”

Now with QuickVerse 7.0 running go to File / Add Books. “Registration Guide – Introduction” box appears. Choose “Next” The path to the new collection to register should identify the optical drive (with the QuickVerse CD already inserted) Choose “Next”, “Next” and “Finish” ("Registering STEP Books" msg box appears)

Customize Option: select “No” (default) then “OK”

Go to File / Library management. “Library Management – Maintenance” box appears
The Left Hand (LH) pane shows:
Default Drive
QuickVerse Essentials

Highlight QV Essentials in the LH pane. The RH pane shows all the books present on the CD. I chose to install only the NRSV w/Apocrypha book. Drag and drop this book to the LH pane i.e. Default Drive.

“Transferring Book Files” msg box appears whilst the book is being copied from the CD to the hd.

Close the dialog, exit the program, remove the CD and you’re away…"

hope this helps./

Nov 04, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Quick verse 7


Install QuickVerse Essentials version 7 on WinXP w/sp3

Place the QuickVerse version 7 Essentials CD into optical drive & close tray. This begins the auto run / install process. (Please do not remove CD until right at the end!)

Installation menus appear. Accept the defaults and choose “Typical Installation” (85Mb)

Message box appears at the end of the installation: “QuickVerse installation has encountered a problem and needs to close” Choose “Don’t Send” The installation program exits.

Navigate to: Start Button / All Programs / Parsons / QuickVerse 7 / (from drop down list) find “QuickVerse 7.0” and right click on it. Select “Send To Desktop”

Click on the new QuickVerse 7.0 desktop icon to run the program.

Dialog Box appears, “The librarian datafile library.mdb not found etc…” Select “New” / "Open Book" dialog box appears click on “Close”

Now with QuickVerse 7.0 running go to File / Add Books. “Registration Guide – Introduction” box appears. Choose “Next” The path to the new collection to register should identify the optical drive (with the QuickVerse CD already inserted) Choose “Next”, “Next” and “Finish” ("Registering STEP Books" msg box appears)

Customize Option: select “No” (default) then “OK”

Go to File / Library management. “Library Management – Maintenance” box appears
The Left Hand (LH) pane shows:
Default Drive
QuickVerse Essentials

Highlight QV Essentials in the LH pane. The RH pane shows all the books present on the CD. I chose to install only the NRSV w/Apocrypha book. Drag and drop this book to the LH pane i.e. Default Drive.

“Transferring Book Files” msg box appears whilst the book is being copied from the CD to the hd.

Close the dialog, exit the program, remove the CD and you’re away…

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