In early February I set up a new HD with a clean install of Win XP because my old HD had become quite corupted. I continued to use the old HD after some repair and restoration because I couldn't find my
Outlook 2003 disk with the key. Now I notice that XP has given the new HD the drive letter F: When I tried to change F; to C: I get a message that windows can't change the Vloume/Boot disk drive letter. How do I fix this. I am redy to reinstall my apps and copy all of my data to my new (C:) drive and erase the old C; HD
That can happen when removable drives are connected during the install. Likely some flash card readers . . disc0nnect those and any other drives and reinstall . . after that you can reconnect the extra
Ransomware – malware that gets on your customers’ computers, encrypts their data, and extorts a hefty ransom for the decryption keys – is a surging new threat. The purpose of this eBook is to educate the reader about ransomware attacks.
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This Micro Tutorial hows how you can integrate Mac OSX to a Windows Active Directory Domain. Apple has made it easy to allow users to bind their macs to a windows domain with relative ease.
The following video show how to bind OSX Mavericks to …
Two types of users will appreciate AOMEI Backupper Pro:
1 - Those with PCIe drives (and haven't found cloning software that works on them).
2 - Those who want a fast clone of their boot drive (no re-boots needed) and it can clone your drive wh…