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bro use Recuva in professional mode then use recovery only on your lost account folder(c:/users/deleted account name ) . then magic happens and you got your deleted files but be sure during recovery choose different local drive path...


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No you can not use vista installation disk to repair Windows 8.1 system. But you can use Advanced Startup option. steps for advanced stratup: Tap or click on the Start button. Note: In Windows 8, Swipe from the right to open the charms bar. Tap or click Change PC settings. Choose Update and recovery from the list on the left (or General prior to Windows ...


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Further to your question about running Windows Update from the command prompt, ePandit's response in the thread Can I Invoke Windows Update from the Command Line might be helpful. I tried the command wuauclt /? in an elevated command prompt on my Vista machine but couldn't get any built-in help documentation to confirm that the /detectnow and /updatenow ...


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If the initial "Checking for updates..." phase of your Windows Updates run for long periods of time without throwing an error message, this is a common problem that currently affects many Win 7 and Vista users. On my 32-bit Vista system, I see constant consumption of ~ 50% of my CPU by the Windows Update service wuauserv running under the svchost.exe process ...


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You might look at DropIt (free). The program is appropriate for processing incoming files in some automated ways. You can move, copy, delete, and pass parameters to other command line programs to convert images, split PDFs, etc.


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Replace Utilman.exe with cmd.exe: Navigate to the system folder and select cmd.exe Replace Utilman.exe with cmd.exe Press Ctrl-Alt-Del or logout and click on the help icon on the bottom left of your computer You are in the system command prompt. You can start explorer.exe and do any administrator stuff with it.


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Using the instructions from Tamschi, on this page, I was able to do a one-shot play of a video with another file as its audio track. The following instructions do not make any permanent changes. I tested this with VLC on Windows 10, though every VLC running anywhere should work exactly the same. For many alternate audio tracks, I believe you would select ...


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No, you can't. Unless you have a system crash, or a program that manages desktop icons, such as display fusion, then there is no way to 'restore' the configuration of your icons.


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I would Right-Click\View\Auto-arrange and Align to Grid to be able to see all icons. The order that you've set them ... is...err.. kind of impossible(Restart PC, Enter Safe Mode by pressing F8 then "restore last know good configuration" - highly possible that that it won't work as there wasn't any crash).


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Vista Home Premium doesn't support changing the display language /MUI. Only Vista Ultimate / Enterprise support it. The Display language section will be visible only if you have already installed a language pack or if your edition of Windows supports language packs. Language packs are available only in Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows Vista ...


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There are many reasons why Solve System Restore Catastrophic Failure 0X8000ffff happen, including having malware, spyware, or programs not installing properly. You can have all kinds of system conflicts, registry errors, and Active X errors. Reimage specializes in Windows repair. I find a repair tool and you could try it. ...


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we could try reset Windows Update components and try update the Windows Update Agent to the latest version in the link below https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/971058 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/949104 Also the time which Windows Update takes is determined the number of updates you need to install and the network bandwidth and the performance ...


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It could slow the boot time of the system as the temp directory is usually cleaned up just after bootup (atleast in case of most Debian-like Linux).


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First you must authenticate on the target PC to remotely execute operations. This can be done in multiple ways: you are local admin have the same account (username and password) on the remote PC (also local admin). Then the correct logon credentials are sent automatically. you create a connection to the target PC and provide the logon credentials of an ...


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Since you have a Seagate drive you are in luck! Seagate has free drivers available to download for: Using Macintosh HFS+ filesystems on Windows computers Using Windows NTFS filesystems on Macintosh computers Both are commercial products made by Paragon. See their homepages for: HFS+ for Windows® 10 NTFS for Mac® 14 I'm not affiliated with Paragon. I ...


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there is nice litte app doing that for you http://www.uwe-sieber.de/usbdlm_e.html USBDLM can for newly attached USB drives check if the letter is used by a network share of the currently logged on user and assign the next letter that is really available reserve letters, so they are not used for local drives assign a letter from a list of new ...


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Sandeep Bansal wrote "Win + R and then Type EXPLORER" No, this will open one instance of windows explorer window, this doesn't start the explorer process, say, if we have killed the explorer from task manager or from batch file using "taskkill". I have seen "start explorer" command in a batch file, which, the developer of that file says, should start ...



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