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This problem should be caused by the third party context menu extension installed in the system. To fix this problem, we need to disable or remove the third party context menu extension from the system. There is a tool called ShellExView, which can help find out what third party context menu extensions are installed in the system and help us disable them ...


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There may be following chances to not getting notifications in Outlook: If you've set up your Outlook with POP3 account and the emails are not routed to the default inbox, then you may get the desktop notification. And If you're using IMAP account, then you'll have to create a Rule to make the desktop notification appear on your Window. Or if your Alert ...


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Acording to the specifications of the motherboard on RAM Dual Channel DDR3 memory technology 2 x DDR3 DIMM slots Supports DDR3 1333(OC)/1066/800 non-ECC, un-buffered memory Max. capacity of system memory: 8GB* You should get rid of the Ram stick you have and buy a pair of sticks. 4GB per stick at 1333. (non-ECC) Never mix RAM sticks. If you are using ...


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Your motherboard supports the following memory frequencies. PC3-6400 @ 800 MHz PC3-8500 @ 1066 MHz PC3-10600 @ 1333 MHz Your motherboard only accepts non-ECC, un-buffered DDR3 memory. G41M-VS3 Specifications:


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If you look at your motherboard specs here, it supports non-ECC/un-buffered DDR3 RAM at 800, 1066, and 1333(Overclocked) speeds with a max capacity of 8GB. Your current RAM stick is showing 398mhz so that would be a DDR3 800 stick. Your computer will only run as fast as the slowest piece of hardware so there isn't much point in adding anything faster ...


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Theoretically it's possible, but in practice it can be difficult to do. It you are downloading files over HTTP, it's possible to start and end the download at the defined offsets. Most download manages can use it to stop the download process and then continue to download the file from the point it have stopped downloading. There are many free download ...


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The fan has one moving part there is no wear mechanism related to changing its speed. getting an intermediate speed by this trick seems likely to be benign or even beneficial in every scenario I can think of.


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Just because the fans and LEDs power on does not mean that the power supply is good. Fans and LEDs use up very little amperage, and the rest of the system may not be getting enough power to fully boot up. If you search on Google, (or other search engine), you can find a power supply tester that you can use to see if it's really working or not, (search for: ...


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How to refresh the desktop without restarting explorer.exe? You could terminate the explorer.exe instance via the WMIC command and see if that suffices for the need. It appears that Explorer refreshed automatically without restarting it via explorer.exe in your commands running the below syntax. wmic process where name="explorer.exe" call terminate


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To refresh the content of the desktop (for example after changing its location) simply click on an empty section and press F5. This only works when handling API calls that are maintained by the explorer.exe process, which is why you originally discovered killing the explorer.exe process did what you need in the first place. Yes, you could change the ...


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From what I understand, you made a simple file by file copy of the system partition. This is not enough. In order for your PC to boot to Windows, the BIOS/UEFI (the embedded program in the motherboard) needs to know where Windows files are. It does so by reading a special part of the hard drive which tells it where to look for Windows. This part is not a ...


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Yes, there are 2 different types of IE on Windows 8/8.1 One is the "Modern IE" with some features removed and optimized for full screen experiences. The other is the desktop edition which has all the features and is optimized for Keyboard\Mouse usage You can read about this in more detail at the MSDN page: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh771832(...



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