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It seems like there is a memory leak issue happening on your machine. To check this please open Task Manager > Processes Tab and check is there any process like "Svchost.exe" utilizing more memory. If this is the case you can try the below mentioned Microsoft hotfix to address the issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2743187/en-us


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Just try this Microsoft tool first. This worked for me just now... http://support2.microsoft.com/mats/windows_media_player_diagnostic/


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You know the computer works and you know the monitor works. I think the graphics card is bad. Can you swap it to check?


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At work we use Powershell to monitor folders. It can be used since Windows Vista (.NET and PowerShell is preinstalled) without any additional tools. This script monitors a certain folder and writes a logfile. You can replace the action and do whatever you want e.g call an external tool 11/23/2014 19:22:04, Created, D:\source\New Text Document.txt ...


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AT 07:21AM /every:M,T,W,Th,F,S,Su taskkill /f /im PROGRAM.EXE You can get the program name by going into task manager and clicking the "Processes" tab.


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The directory you're describing (not a file) is likely to be a directory of installation files for a Windows Update. They're usually safe to delete, because they only appear when they've been fully downloaded, unpacked, and applied. They're usually deleted after the fact, but in certain cases, Windows fails to. You should be safe deleting this directory.


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The DHCP server or an intermediate device in the network path is buggy. Starting with Windows Vista, DHCP requests include the broadcast flag. Some network hardware do not recognise packets with this flag set¹. Fortunately, there is a registry entry which enables Windows Vista to fall back to packets without the flag if it does not receive a response. In ...


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@Ciaran Sometimes Network Location Awareness service needs to get access by adding permissions to localservice or networkservice. net localgroup administrators localservice /add net localgroup administrators networkservice /add


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I installed Gnu Grep for windows and then modified my path so I could run grep from anywhere Then I made a batch file that contains ipconfig | grep -A5 -i "Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection:" I have a TON of adapters so ipconfig by itself was a pain.


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Download the version that you want to uninstall and execute it. https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Download_Old_Builds The installer will give you the option for Repair or Remove the Virtualbox version installed. After the remove you will must reboot your computer.


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I had the same problem with the Office 2010 on Windows 8. Your descriptions got me to the right area but the boxes you mentioned were already ticked off. My solution was: Word Options -> General -> Un-Check Box reading "Open e-mail attachment and other uneditable files in reading view"


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I would recommend trying turning the firewall off, and make sure she hasn't got any other non Windows firewalls installed. Then see if it works, if it doesn't you at least know it's not down to the Firewall itself. If it is then you have a new line of enquiry... You could also try doing a reboot with non-Microsoft services objects are disabled as well as a ...


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Take a look at Control Panel > Hardware > Devices and Printers > Printer properties and go to the Security tab. There are listed all the users that can access that printer. If you are under a domain you can use specific users or security groups. If you don't want any security just add Everyone on the list.


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Did you plug in your laptop after it turned off? On my pc that will sometimes wake it back up. You could plug it in before you hibernate it.


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If the monitor is plugged into the back of the computer then it's likely the power supply in the computer is dead. Power supplies do often die in older Dell's and HP's. If that is the problem then your pictures can easily be gotten back by having the hard drive pulled and put into it's own USB case. If the monitor nor the machine power on and they have ...


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Chrome Browser crashes with Windows Vista (only during initial launch): we have to disable superfetch service from Vista services: Start -> Run -> Services.msc scroll down to locate Superfetch service double-click mouse on Superfetch choose Startup-type to Disbled. click Apply Reboot the system It is good to delete all the files from ...


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Pressing Alt + Space + N should minimize the active window.



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