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  • in reply to: Browser Still Reflecting Ie6 #311
    paul
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    I have found that some people have been reporting that their current web browser still reflecting IE6 on their computer, even though it is set to ‘changable’. Here is what you can do to ensure that your browser is still pointing to the correct version. In order to check your IE6 in IE7 window, first visit your Internet Options and click on the ‘Advanced’ tab and then click on the ‘General’ button to open the ‘Internet Options’ page. On the ‘General’ tab, click on the ‘Security’ button to open the ‘Security’ page and then click on the ‘Custom Level’ button to open the ‘Browser Settings’ page. Under the ‘Icedove’ heading you will see the line that says ‘X-Rated’. If you are seeing IE6 listed under this heading, then your web browser should be pointing to the latest version of the Windows operating system and as such is able to view the latest updates from Microsoft. However, if you still have IE6 on your PC, then the safest thing to do is to do the following:

    in reply to: User Accounts Have Gone Missing #316
    paul
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    One of the many problems that Windows XP has is that many of the support issues that Windows users face are rather complex and time consuming. With so many versions of Microsoft operating systems out there, why is it that many of these issues seem to be related to a certain hardware issue? When you have lost all of your user accounts on your computer, Windows might actually have gone missing! If you don’t know what to do when you find that your computer has become completely unbootable, this article will give you a few things to consider.

    in reply to: Browser Still Reflecting Ie6 Print #312
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    The Browser still reflecting IE6 print when Windows is running is a problem that many people have experienced with Microsoft’s operating system. With some simple steps you can be able to resolve this problem and get the best of the software that has been installed on your computer. There are a number of issues which can be caused by the browser not being able to be printed. To begin with, you may find that a number of settings will be changed by your web browser, which will prevent your printer from working. One of the issues which often causes the print to not work correctly is where it will stop working altogether because it has been damaged by spyware. If you can clean up the web browser settings, then you should be able to correct this problem. One of the main problems that cause the print to stop working is due to spyware, which has infected your system.

    in reply to: Where Get Missing Msvcp70 Dll #314
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    If you want to find the missing Msvcp70 Dll files in the Microsoft Windows system, then you need to be equipped with all the right knowledge and the right tools. So what is the most effective way to get missing DLL files for Microsoft Windows? It’s very simple. The easiest and the most efficient way to find out where to get missing Msvcp70 Dll files from Windows is to use the built-in Windows Registry Utility. And how do you use the Windows Registry Utility?

    paul
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    You can use the Windows XP SMB/CIFS driver to view your computer and see if it’s a virus. All you need to do is, go to the Control Panel, select the Hardware tab and then go down to the Add Hardware section. From there, select “Microsoft Basic Input/Output System” and click Add. It should then bring up a list of devices that are on your computer.

    in reply to: Browser Still Reflecting Ie6 #313
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    On the Forums, a member of Microsoft’s TechNet forums has a good post on Browser still reflecting IE6 after installing Windows Vista. A reader writes: “I just reinstalled my computer and I noticed that my browser still reflects IE6 as my default browser. I tried to open some IE7 websites, but still the IE6 browser window pops up when I click the link or click on a link.”

    in reply to: Cannot Connect Fax Server #309
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    In this article we’ll look at the most common reasons why your system cannot connect to the Fax Server. The list below is in no particular order. You can also check if your system is using the Windows Font Cache. Your operating system must be running on a LAN and it must have the “Remote Desktop Protocol” feature enabled. The problem with the incorrect setting can be resolved by downloading and installing “Microsoft Remote Desktop Host”, which is a free download from Microsoft.

    in reply to: V7 Must Launched Twice #315
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    Microsoft provides all the tools to enable Windows 7 users, including the users of Microsoft Active Directory, to easily upgrade their domain. This new capability was introduced at a TechEd event in Chicago, and one of the features is a built-in tool called “Support by Windows” that enables users to easily do an update-install-upgrade of the domain that they are a part of. From here, there are two things to note about this feature:

    in reply to: Cant Open Access Control Editor Access Denied #306
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    Although not a primary role of the IT Support Team is to access Microsoft Windows, it’s important that these sorts of issues are resolved before anything else happens. Having access denied on a system that doesn’t belong to you isn’t ideal and should be avoided at all costs. However, sometimes IT Support doesn’t have the time or skills to work on the root cause of the problem and end up just resolving the denial error. However, this doesn’t solve the problem for a large number of users, and when it’s determined that the access is denied due to Microsoft issues, this can become a much bigger issue. Thankfully, there are ways to access Windows without it having to be disabled by a computer support technician. The best way to do this is to use a Microsoft Access Denial Driver, which is available to download from the Internet and is a part of Microsoft Windows.

    in reply to: Can I Download Aol 9 5 Windows 7 Starter #310
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    The question may be raised, “Can I Download Aol 9 5 Windows 7 Starter? As most of you are aware that Aol now owns Yahoo and for sure, that was a big move. However, this time around they are trying to make it better and they are doing it by releasing their new program, Aol 9.5. This Windows 7 Starter gives you the opportunity to take full advantage of all their technologies including Yahoo messenger, social networking and search engines and in general it makes the most of the Windows platform. Now let me tell you why this program is so helpful. It is an application that can be downloaded for free and installed on your computer. The good thing about it is that it will enable you to run Aol 7.0 and more than 100 other applications from any location at all.

    in reply to: Cant Install Kb972270 Latest Microsoft Updates #307
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    Do you know how to Disable the latest Microsoft Updates in Windows Vista? Even if you are updated with the latest updates on Windows, then it is still wise to backup your computer. So, in this article, I will discuss how to Backup and Restore your Computer in Windows Vista.

    in reply to: Ie8 Tabs Not Connecting #281
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    If you have been using IE8, you may have noticed that the tabs do not connect properly with the page. This is a problem that has plagued Windows users for a while and many people are finding that they need to switch to an alternate browser in order to keep working. The good news is that there is a way that you can fix this problem and get rid of the unwanted and useless windows IE8 tabs. In this article, we will be discussing how to get rid of the unreliable IE8 tabs and ensure that you can get your windows IE to open as smoothly as possible. Make sure that you are able to follow all of the steps in order to get rid of all of the redundant Windows IE8 tabs.

    in reply to: Ie 8 Project Server 2007 Sp2 Windows 2003 Sp2 #286
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    Microsoft is in the process of rolling out Windows Server 2020 for the project Ie 8 Project Server. Microsoft has introduced a new web server called Windows IE 8. The new Windows Ie 8 Web server will also be introduced with the support of its counterpart Windows Server 2020. As there is an upgrade between the two servers, Microsoft is providing with additional features and benefits to the Windows Ie 8 Project Server.

    in reply to: Ie8 Black Menu Favorites Toolbar Yes Bug #285
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    There have been plenty of complaints over the last few weeks about a rather noticeable bug in Ie8, the Windows “Favorites” tool. This bug has affected all versions of Windows since the launch of the program, and is apparently not actually part of the Ie8 Black Menu Favorites Toolbar software. Although it was removed immediately following the issue, the bug is still present and affects the Favorites Toolbar, as a result of a bug that has been introduced in the program. Although it is difficult to truly blame Microsoft for this, the company has admitted that it is having a problem with Ie8 Black Menu Favorites Toolbar, which means that Ie8 Black Menu Favorites Toolbar is currently unavailable. The bug affects all versions of Windows and can be fixed by updating the software or using a different browser or program.

    in reply to: Ie8 Does Not Use Saved Passwords Emails Usernames #284
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    Although Microsoft has done an excellent job as far as customer support is concerned, there are still many critics that point out that it is not very secure to use Saved Passwords on the Internet for your email. Many people have a problem with sending private emails in Microsoft Outlook and the security of their passwords. In this article, we will look at this issue and answer a question about whether Microsoft Ie8 Does Not Use Saved Passwords.

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