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  • Folder Options/File Types – Advanced option missing , Windows XP

    When I go to Folder Options -> File Types for .doc file type, I can not get "Advanced" option; instead there is "Restore". When I go to other file types it is all fine. Please help me get the "Advanced" option since I need to troubleshoot a problem with opening .doc files from the desktop. Thank...

    mikidc470 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring data stored in qic file

    I backed up some data on a Windows 98 computer several years ago. The computer is no longer in existence. I now run Windows XP, and need to retrieve the data in the qic files. How can I do this?

    Frustrated475 pointsBadges:
  • Codes to bring back deleted files and folders

    How can I bring back deleted files on my PC?

    maintainance5 pointsBadges:
  • Date and time issue

    I have 20 dual boot system. Both are Windows XP and both have different time zones. OS1-CST(US and Canada) OS2-IST(India time zone). When some body is logged on to os2 and then restart the system and try to log on on os1. User can not log on because it gives "your system and network times are...

    Masterinnet24720 pointsBadges:
  • primary partition

    how to extend the primary partition in windows xp.

    Sivaperumal250 pointsBadges:
  • How can one get a 32 bit program to run on a 64 bit OS and not be oversized?

    Hi to all, program, it works fine with XP, Vista etc... but not the newer Windows7 64 bit operating systems, is there a fix of any kind short of rewriting the whole program using a 64 bit program?

    TheFinder1,940 pointsBadges:
  • Google alerts going into my deleted folder

    Google alerts run into my "Deleted" folder. I have deactivated all "rules" but it's still happening.

    Tewantin15 pointsBadges:
  • Off site printing

    I have two locations that have a unique requiement. Both use peer to peer networks and require to be able to print documents that have been created on a data base at the other location. Example: database at location A and needs to print invoice at location B, database at location B needs to print...

    Jesusgrubio5 pointsBadges:
  • XP Slooooooow and unresponsive

    It may have started when I installed outlook communicator to use Outlook with Hotmail. Then again it may have been coincidental. The computer used to boot fine, but was sluggish on-line, then it was sluggish off-line too, now it's even slow to boot up. I've tried a windows repair, I've tried...

    Bvon5 pointsBadges:
  • Crystal Reports

    Why am I getting the following error; "Error opening Crystal Reports Report:Ffolderfolderreport name"?

    Dmiller4521010 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP compatability issues

    My office is just now buying Micosoft Office 7.0 and installing IE 8.  They have aske d me if there are any campatability issues with my verion of SPSS = version 15.9 for windows.

    Lockj5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot access shared folders remotely

    Hello, I have a shared folder (e.g. MyFolder) on a Win XP SP2 computer (e.g. MyPC) with share permission for 'Everyone' having full control and security permission for 'Users' and 'Administrator' of the computer (MyPC). When I try to access the shared (MyFolder) from another computer I get the...

    Eswaranl165 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 w/multiple exchange accounts

    In our organization, we have approximately 900 employees, and the majority of them have their own personal (internal) exchange profile which to many is receive only (cannot send). Among these groups, we have 'teams' to assist with order tracking, issue resolution, etc. (can send from team profile)....

    Medicineman140 pointsBadges:
  • Not able to record more than 60 seconds with Windows Sound Recorder

    My work pc is a Dell Optiplex 960, with a Core 2 Quad CPU and 4 GB of RAM, running windows XP SP3. A few days ago I needed to record some sounds with the Microsoft Sound Recorder, but for some reason I am not able te record more than 60 seconds (which is the default recording length). After the...

    carlosdl69,175 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t connect to 1 server’s multiple shared drives

    Hi, I have a workstation that can not connect to our file share/ print server. I can connect to others in the network with no problems. If I login as another person on the same workstation they can get to them. If I login at another computer, I can get to them.

    Yager120 pointsBadges:
  • windows home edition

    Can a windows home edition be used in a commercial environment?

    IncantoBliss5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP maintaining performance levels

    I'm looking to develop a process that will help to maintain the performance levels of the windows xp machines in our enterprise. I support about 250 windows xp computers, so ideally i'd like to automate this process. often times users complain that their pcs are "slow." often times i will just...

    Augusta8245 pointsBadges:
  • Firefox settings on a VM being reset each time the VM starts up.

    I have a Win XP SP2 virtual machine running on Microsoft Virtual PC 2007, in which all Firefox (Version 2) settings are being reset every time the VM starts up. This includes but is not limited to history and bookmarks. Not a big deal, since this VM is used only for software testings, but rare....

    carlosdl69,175 pointsBadges:
  • Can not type command in Windows XP Recovery Console

    After reformatting Win XP, I now get a blue screen, registry error and can not boot to windows. Following to instruction from micro soft typing in some code in the recovery console. but i can not type anything in the recovery console. It only lets me type in #1. Please can some one help???

    EB35 pointsBadges:
  • Win XP – How do I delete “zero byte” file where the second character of the name is a colon

    I used the program VLC to create a .mpeg file, and foolishly named it with a color character as the second character of the file name. VLC let me do this, even on windows! In Explorer, the Size shows zero bytes, but in DOS it is MUCH bigger, which is why I really would like to delete it. I've tried...

    Theliquid645 pointsBadges:
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