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| Oct 21, 2014

I am upgrading two Windows Vista and two Windows 7 PCs.

Can I use the same 32 bit disk on Vista PCs and the same 64 bit disk to upgrade the two Windows 7 PCs? - Rank: 106 - Votes: 0 - Views: 6 - Updated: 2014-10-22


| Oct 21, 2014

I wrote a simple document, yet find each time I print it the format has been changed slightly, as in at which edge certain text appears. Why is this happening and how can I get it to print exactly as it appears on screen? - Rank: 108 - Votes: 0 - Views: 8 - Updated: 2014-10-22


| Oct 16, 2014 | 1 reads

I have a Windows 7 laptop with an overheating problem and am looking into replacing it. I want to be able to transfer all of my files and programs to the new laptop. If the new laptop is Windows 8, I assume I would still be able to restore from my Windows 7 system image, and that after doing so I would have all of my files and programs in Windows 7 on the new laptop. Would I then be able to reuse the Windows 8 product key that came with the laptop to re-upgrade to Windows 8 and have all of my programs and files in Windows 8? - Rank: 104 - Votes: 0 - Views: 4 - Updated: 2014-10-17


| Oct 16, 2014

Recently had hard disk crash. Had it replaced. Everything is great, but I use the "Recent Places" folder in windows explorer all the time and it's no longer working. Any ideas on how to fix it? I've deleted and added it back but that didn't fix it either. - Rank: 105 - Votes: 0 - Views: 5 - Updated: 2014-10-17


| Oct 14, 2014

I can't click on app in windows store and I can't update anythig from the store bcz i can't click anywhere...

I want update windows 8 to 8.1 but I can't do bcz of this - Rank: 110 - Votes: 0 - Views: 9 - Updated: 2014-10-15


| Oct 14, 2014

High CPu usage when using USB - Rank: 111 - Votes: 0 - Views: 10 - Updated: 2014-10-15


| Oct 12, 2014

I keep getting the blue screen and with an error message saying "Kernel data inpage error" and it's really annoying because its so common and when the error happens it just restarts my whole computer and deleting all my unsaved work. It's getting really annoying it happened 5 times yesterday before I got annoyed and did a factory reset. After the factory reset I still keep on getting the error message. How do I fix this? - Rank: 110 - Votes: 0 - Views: 9 - Updated: 2014-10-13


| Oct 12, 2014

I periodically after updating and installing software check my free space available through explorer, and randomly twice on two different versions of Windows (7 because both times this has happened it has been while on Public Wi-Fi in a coffee shop (not the same coffee shop either). Today my hdd space went from 175 to 178gb of free space. Is there a way to detect uninstallations of system components and files? I did sfc/scannow and it came back okay. I imagine with enough skill you could delete all entries that this program references to avoid detection of the what might of been removed. I went through event viewer and this is the only clue I can find: event id 15 Hive\??\C:\Users\User\*my_account_name_here*\AppData\Local\Windows\UsrClass.dat was reorganized with a starting size of 3723264 bytes and an ending size of 1970176 bytes. For some reason bold won't uncheck now... anyways, what this event reads to me is that a portion reserved for my profile has been changed from roughly 3.7gb to 2.0gb. If that is what is happening that would then free the other space for use, hence where the extra space on my HDD came from, correct? Or is my other assumption a likely scenario of a could be hack on the operating system? Can someone with expertise and definite understanding or one who is experienced with a scenario like this explain and help me rule out what caused this? - Rank: 110 - Votes: 0 - Views: 9 - Updated: 2014-10-13


| Oct 09, 2014

Drive_Power_State_Failure Windows 8
I keep getting the BSOD with the message Drive_Power_State_Failure with my Asus S56CA Windows 8 (64bit). I already refreshed as well and restore the computer to factory setting but the problem still continues. The laptop gets stuck in a cycle of BSOD after waking from sleep or hibernating. After checking the driver in save mode, I noticed that there is an issue with the Generic Non-PnP monitor; I'm not even sure if this is the type of monitor the laptop came with or not. I have tried everything to fix this for five days now and nothing is working and it is very frustrating, it takes forever to start up after shutting it down. Also, this issue started up after attempting to use an XBOX360 HDMI to connect to the TV.

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=CAF81F571B2DD1EF%2110823 - Rank: 113 - Votes: 0 - Views: 12 - Updated: 2014-10-10


| Oct 09, 2014

My status on drive optimiser shows 4 drives.

The first 3 optimise weekly with no problems.

The fourth is called \?\Volume{7e0918..... and shows it requires optimising and is 57% fragmented but it will not analyse, defragment or optimise

Help please - I'm sure it's what is slowing down my laptop but I can't fix it - Rank: 113 - Votes: 0 - Views: 12 - Updated: 2014-10-10




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