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I've had this problem with outlook before. Resetting the default browser to IE worked for me. If you have another browser installed set it as default, then do the same for IE. You can force IE to che …
answered Nov 20 '13 by Chris
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Move the known working RAM module into the slot in question. Check BIOS at boot. If it recognizes the RAM, slot OK, if not - slot is dead.
answered Sep 2 '14 by Chris
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A couple of things you should look at to avoid weird sh*t in future.... Unless the host machine is running a local DNS server I would point your router to use either the EVDO (if it supports DNS host …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Chris
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You can set your router to use whatever DNS server you like, but if your Chromecast has hardcoded DNS servers (probably 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4), it won't even ask your router for DNS info and will contin …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Chris
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There's a far easier way to get better information about the health of your hard drive. Download HD tune, check the SMART status, run speed tests and post here if you don't understand the results. …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Chris
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As long as you don't mess with the filesystem of your primary OS system drive while using your alternative OS, yes you'll be fine, no files get auto deleted. I'm curious why on earth you are using a …
answered Nov 21 '13 by Chris
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Some of my windows 8 apps forget the stored credentials and preferences, facebook and lastpass apps being the most common. Facebook for example will forget my credentials and then once logged in prom …
asked Aug 31 '14 by Chris
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Unless there are processes you know should not be there, 100+ processes is not abnormal. I have just outlook and chrome running currently with 103 processes active.
answered Sep 1 '14 by Chris
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Option 1 Repair windows start-up by booting from windows DVD If you can get it to boot, use chameleon to get malwarebytes running. Run malware bytes full scan and find out the full damage report. …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Chris
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Check that you have the correct power adapter. Not just one that fits and charges the laptop. The correct manufacturer spec power brick. Using the incorrect power brick on our 6550b ProBooks led to m …
answered Nov 20 '13 by Chris
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Hibernation mode is when the OS saves it's running state to disk and powers down. To say your system is "on" when hibernating is misleading. The system is paused, with every component powered off exce …
answered Nov 26 '13 by Chris
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Not really an issue so much as ssl doing what it's supposed to do. All it means is your computer does not recognise the entity which signed the certificate the remote computer is presenting to identi …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Chris
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It's probably because there is a memory fault that even memtest can't deal with. If you have multiple sticks of RAM, remove all but one and run memtest again. Repeat with each RAM module so you can id …
answered Feb 16 '15 by Chris