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Can you please tell me how to i clear this message? I am using windows 7 32 bit and my computer is Dell Latitude D620. It installed with Norton Antivirus

A problem has occured in BitDefender. Threat Scanner. A file containing error information has been created at C:\Windows\Temp\BitDefender Threat Scanner.dmpl. You are strongly encouraged to send the file
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I have a Visioneer Strobe XP100 scanner that is normally used with Windows XP or earlier.   Is it possible to use it with Windows 7?
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When I try to install Windows Update, I get the error message 80072EFE.
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Hi guys

I've got a laptop with a Windows 8 Pro license at the time of purchase, but it was downgraded to Windows 7 Pro for us when delivered.

I now need to put in a new hard disk and rebuild the O.S. However, this laptop came with no DVD's so I have to find the appropriate content and do it myself.

My question is this: will I just be able to create a bootable Windows 7 ISO and install it? Will I be compliant in terms of licensing if I download the Volume LIcense version of Windows 7 and install it? As we have access to the Microsoft VLSC portal and can download it and create the bootable .ISO.

Thanks for helping guys
Yashy
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Hello experts,
This customers simply does not want to work with windows 10...
its psycologycal ... has no cure...

the hp prodesk g3 is so small has no dvd drive ...
it has a ssd 256 Mb with win 10 ...

the customer has purchased a ssd 1 tera ...

we can replace it but how to install windows here ?
please your advice....
steps to follow if possible.
Regards,
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Hi Experts,

I want to share a folder on my computer to other computers on the same local area network.
I did these:
1. set all the computers in the LAN (including mine) to the same windows WorkGroup name;
2. configure a folder on my computer to share with Everyone for full control.

When I tried from another computer in LAN, my computer with the shared folder can be found in the network, However, I was asked for username/password when I tried to open that folder.

I want to ask, is there a simple way to share a folder on my computer to everyone in the network without needing other people to enter username/password?

More details: I want to do it as simple as possible, trying to avoid using ActiveDirectory or buying other equipment. The LAN I am using has a wired router. My computer has Windows 7 home premium, other computers on the network have either Window 7 or Windows 8.

Thank you!
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We have software that utilizes a USB scanner and some of the times, the service that runs to send the captured items stops for some reason. Our users are not local admins so it takes and admin to login to the PC and restart the service. I don't believe there is a way to give permissions for a specific service that would allow a normal user to restart it so I'm wondering if there is another option. Can I create a script or batch program that they could run that would restart the service? It's not a huge deal and doesn't happen on a regular basis but if it does come up and I'm not available, it's kind of a pain.
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Hello all,

Every thing is good till last night. Couple users having windows 7 machines facing this issue.
Any ideas?
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We have a user (domain user) when he logs in, he gets the logging in with the temporary profile error. I have a fix for that, but when I looked in the user folder I did not see his local profile just a temp one.

The fix I use is I go to the registry, hklm\software\Microsoft\winnt\currentversion\profilelist  and find the 2 lines that are the same 1 with the .bak and one without and rename the one without, and remove the .bak from the other. I also remove the temporary folders created and reboot. Is there anything I am missing?
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Hp 425 it not reaching desktop

Keep restarting

It is windows 7

I run hard disk Hp test and it keeps failing
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Hello everybody,
we have about 15 windows 7 computers in our domain. The domain controller crashed with no reason and now I want to take all machines back to workgroup but when I started to do so I had noticed that the prior Administrator of the company disabled the local Administrator accounts on all workstations and since I have changed the Domain admin password , I can't even log in using the new admin password nor the old one ! The only user who can log in to windows is limited access domain user.
Now I'm able to reset local admin password using Hiren boot CD but not able to enable it !
please someone help me on how I can enable local admin account.

Best regards
Moi
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Windows 7 PC gives a "Preparing to Configure Windows" message on every shutdown. it actually finishes if you give it an hour or 2.  Can't rebuild the PC at the moment. Any ideas of how to stop this.
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I am trying to set a GPO that will lock domain workstations after X time of inactivity. I have a mixed environment of Windows 10 and Windows 7.

It would appear that this one simple GPO:

Computer Conifg>Policies>Windows Settings>Security Settings>Local Policies>Security Options>Interactive logon: Machine inactivity limit

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Will do this for Windows 8 and up, but not Windows 7. I semi-remember that with Windows 7 you had to use 4 different GPO's and accomplish this with a locked screensaver setting of some sort.

What would be the proper way to do this in a mixed environment that would satisfy both?
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One of our users, Terri created a Microsoft Word document to print labels. HP LaserJet P1606dn. Terri's coworker, Tricia has an HP LaserJet P2035 printer. On both computers the labels printed correctly, with the 3 rows of text in the middle of each label. But after I replaced Tricia's computer that was running Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit and Office Pro 2010 32-bit with one running Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit and Office Pro 2016 32-bit, Tricia's printer added 0.2" at the top of every document, causing the text to move down enough to be off the bottom edge of the labels. I have looked at all the settings in Word and in the printer driver and cannot find out where this extra space is being inserted at the top of the document. BTW, this doesn't just happen with Word documents on Tricia's computer. It als happens with PDFs and other types or documents so it seems related to the interface to the printer, not to any particular application.

Does anyone know of a fix for this problem?
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I have a Windows 7 PC and use IE11 and when I open IE my home page is Google.  For about a week, I am having difficulty with the Google page loading.  It loads fine for other computers on my network so I think it is something specific to this PC.  I tried Google Chrome with the same result as IE.   Also, I logged in as a different user on this same PC with the same result.  I have run Malwarebytes and it did detect  items that I have since cleaned up.  I have completely reset the IE settings as well - still no help.  It is strange that sometimes the Google page will load ok but most of the time it just sits there spinning and then page cannot be displayed.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.
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Had to re-install iTunes on my Win 7 Pro PC. Get an error message saying that a registry key couldn't be accessed (see attached pdf).

Have tried a couple of Microsoft's uninstall/ cleanup utilities. iTunes and Apple Application Support seems to be gone, but reg. key is still there.  The main key is: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Components\DA42BC89BF25F5BD0AF18C3B9B1A1EE8

There is no access to any of the subkeys.
Tried also to log in as Administrator on the local PC, but still no access.
Any ideas how to clean up this mess?
registry-error.pdf
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Run all the updates from the dell web site and windows 7 but still no internet. There are other computers connected with the same wifi.
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I had it, and now it has gone away. Finding a contact (or address) detail is something i need tombe able to do when using ouytlook
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Running Windows 7 pro on an HP z230 computer

It's been a long time since I have written vbs files.

The logic is not yet complete.  I am testing one function at a time.

I call fnMain at line 5
Function fnMain dimensions some variables then it calls fnOpenWriteError.
Function fnOpenWriteError dimensions objFSO and objTextFile

Then objFSO is set and then the logic fails on line 57.

I am running this vbs file using the command prompt as administrator.


The problem is on line 57, character 3 .  The error message is “Invalid procedure call or argument.”

Please tell me how to fix this.  Please write a detailed answer.  I am not a super programmer.

Thank you for your help.
SplitMP3Files.vbs.txt
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M82 ThinkCentre - Type 3302.  Model number:  3302F2U

This machine was originally purchased with the Windows 7 Pro operating system.  I took advantage of the free Windows 10 upgrade when it was available over a year ago.

A few days ago I had to replace the motherboard.  The computer is running fine.  However, when it first boots there are 2 short beeps with an EEOC error.  This error referenced the BIOS containing invalid Model Number and Serial Number.  When I access the BIOS the following entries are seen:

1) Machine Type and Model                            INVALID
2) System Brand ID                                           Lenovo Product
3) System Serial Number                                 INVALID
4) Asset Tag
5) System UUID                                                 FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF
6) Ethernet MAC Address                                FC-4D-D4-DB-34-F7
7) BIOS Revision Level                                     9SKT75AUS
8) Boot Block Revision Level                          9S75A
9) BIOS Date                                                      09/17/2013

I see references to using WinPhlash to manually update the needed settings.  However, I'm unsure (because of my upgraded from Windows 7 Pro to Windows 10 Pro) of which BIOS upgrade to use.

I'd like to get that info along with instructions of exactly "how to" complete this process.
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Can you please tell me some basic information about these tools?

Web platform tools such as

caching services, message queuing, and search technologies
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i want to simply run a shutdown command using psexec and autoit
here is the code i have that doesn't appear to do anything at all (least i can't see any results or errors)
reboot ()

func reboot()
       run ('"c:\windows\system32\psexec.exe"  \\server -u administrator -p password shutdown /r /f /t 0')
endfunc ; reboot 

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i click on it and it doesn't show a dialog or anything at all nor does it shut down the system. please help as i need to make a exe for shutting down the servers. i know i can do this in a bat file but then i expose the username and password for the administrator
thanks!
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I have a Windows 7 installation that got messed up. The first and foremost problem is that for some reason the boot DVD thinks that Windows is on drive D: so when I try a system restore (and there are several restore points) it says I can't do a system restore to the drive that doesn't contain windows. i.e. System Restore wants to restore drive C: but Windows somehow got changed to D: I can get to the Command Prompt.  Is there any was to tell it drive D: is actually drive C:?
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Running Windows 7 pro on an HP z230 computer.
I use a program to split mp3 files into smaller pieces.  To do this I must type the following command:

mp3splt -t 10.00 -o @n_@t c:\mp3file\themp3filename.mp3

Every week I have 30 or so mp3 files I want to split.  Typing the above command 30 times is laborious.

I want to create some sort of batch command file which will read all the mp3 files in the c:\mp3file directory.  I want to loop through these mp3 file names and construct a batch file containing the command above for each of the 30 files I want to split.  

I have done a limited amount of scripting.  

Please tell me the steps you would perform to create a batch file or vbs file which I could then execute instead of having to manually type 30 command lines.  

Please supply DETAILS.  Remember, I am not a super programmer.

Thank you.
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How to i restore files in SQL Server 2008? I am using windows 7.
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Windows 7

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Windows 7 is an operating system from Microsoft. Features include multi-touch support, a redesigned Windows Shell with a new taskbar, referred to as the Superbar, a home networking system called HomeGroup, and performance improvements.