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answered How to start up a program as administrator in Windows 7
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answered Computer slows down, freezes, and then crashes
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answered Uninstall more than one thing at once
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revised In windows XP how to get back my profile?
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answered In windows XP how to get back my profile?
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comment windows 7 32 bit driver for HP Deskjet 825c
You are correct =)
Jul
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comment Windows 7 BSOD on boot after windows update
Yes, but you have 30 days to activate Windows
Jul
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answered Get EFS to release file so that it can be deleted
Jun
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comment Windows 7 BSOD on boot after windows update
At this point I would backup your data using a Linux distro and then try to do a repair install or a clean install of Windows 7. To do a repair install, you just say you want to Upgrade to the same version.
Jun
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answered windows 7 32 bit driver for HP Deskjet 825c
Jun
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comment Peculiar “Vertical” screen tearing in Windows 7
Have you downloaded the latest drivers?
Jun
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answered Operating System Not Found - BIOS recognizes, Live OS doesn't (Laptop)
Jun
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answered Toshiba laptop, Windows 7, bitLocker password problem
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comment Desktop icons are gone in Windows XP
@KCotreau may be on the right track, lately malware has been hiding everyhing on the hard drive, which includes icons on the desktop.
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revised Windows 7 BSOD on boot after windows update
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comment Windows 7 BSOD on boot after windows update
It is in the same list of options to get into Safe Mode, it will be in the middle of the menu.
Jun
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comment Problem recreating BCD on Windows 7 64bit - The requested system device cannot be found
sounds like maybe a bad hard drive or corrupted file system. Run chkdsk /r You can also test the hard drive using a Linux live disc like PartedMagic partedmagic.com, which has a tool called GSmartControl for checking hard drives for errors and running S.M.A.R.T tests. It also contains a tool call testdisk, which can be used to try and repair the file system cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk
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answered Problem recreating BCD on Windows 7 64bit - The requested system device cannot be found
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comment Problem recreating BCD on Windows 7 64bit - The requested system device cannot be found
Windows 7 by default doesn't store the BCD or the boot information on the C: partition, it stores it on a 100MB partition and this partition needs to be active, not the C: