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You could try OpenOffice.ORG's Writer program. In the wiki it said that it's recovered corrupted Word documents that MS Word couldn't recover. It's a long shot, and I doubt it'll work, but it's free to try. If the methods above still don't work, I think you can try some professional tools. You ma try a utility called RTF Repair Kit to repair your Word ...


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Could be a Internal Bug in Outlook, maybe you can try login to your eMail account in their official portal (e.g. http://www.hotmail.com), Download the file in the web browser. Then open it with any program you want, Notepad++, WordPad, whatsoever.


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I need my history and bookmarks In C:\Users\Waoula\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default (or equivalent location) are files Bookmarks and History Bookmarks is in XML format, you can open it in any text editor (but don't make changes!) History is in SQLite format. There exist browsers for this format. I haven't tried it but you may be able to ...


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Synergy's Explorer extension is the problem (or, it was for me). Using a program like ShellExView find the Synergy extension (C:\Program Files\Synergy\synwinxt.dll by default) and disable it. Or, if your problem prevents even getting into normal Windows, you can rename the file to a different name in Safe Mode and restart. Source, thank you auggy.


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Edit the file in Notepad, and comment out the external links. Then try to load it in Dreamweaver. If it now loads (which based upon the comments on the OP it does), it suggests it's one of the external files. Uncomment them, line at a time until you find the culprit. Some times, the issue could be a corrupted file, it could be an issue with where the ...


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The Windows Reliability Monitor may be what you’re looking for: Open Action Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under System and Security, clicking Review your computer's status. Click Maintenance. Then, under Check for solutions to problem reports, click View reliability history. It doesn’t do any magic ...


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On a different computer download the Ubuntu installer CD-ROM disc image and burn it to a CD. Reinstall on the dead computer using that disc. You will then start with a new system. Be aware that any information you have on the current system will be erased by doing so. If you need to salvage any information then you will need data recovery tools. You can ...


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You can put the application program into your startup folder. Thus when you login, it will automatically start for you. BTW, my answer assumes a Windows envrionment. Your note did not, unfortunately, mention OS, distribution and version.


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Hardware RAM chips issues =( Nuff said.


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After looking at the event viewer, it seems that the problem was caused by 7 Taskbar Tweaker. It's dll would crash on these events. I have downloaded the newest version of taskbar tweaker and now the problem is gone. I was using 3.3.1 and the current version is 4.5.1


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Quick analysis The vrfcore.dll library file mentioned in the log is related to the Microsoft Application Verifier tool, which is part of the Windows 8.1 SDK/WDK (in fact, the file version is 6.3.9600.16384) and is also included with Visual Studio 2013. Quoting the documentation: Application Verifier assists developers in quickly finding subtle ...


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My best guess would be the power supply as well. Just because it has enough watts doesn't mean there isn't some other problem. Can you get ahold of another PSU just for testing? Another thing to consider is how good of a heat sink do you have on your CPU? If the video card is throwing off a lot of heat, it can be adding to the heat of the CPU. Modern ...



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