You're most welcome Ed. :)
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You're most welcome Ed. :)
Yes, you can use the method in the tutorial below to reset your notification area icons to remove icons of uninstalled programs. :)
Notification Area Icons - Reset - Windows 7 Help...
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Turn off the virtual machine to disconnect it, then see if you are able to uncheck it's Enhanced Session option. :)
You're most welcome. :)
In that case, you may be looking at needing to refresh Windows. :(
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If you like, before doing a refresh or reset of Windows, you could see if the items listed in the tutorial below may be able to help get your apps...
I would recommend to use a UEFI USB flash drive created from the ISO instead.
Afterwards, it'll be...
New AMD 14.9.2 BETA video driver released. See first post for more details. :)
That's ok. Option One is just for that case. :)
If you are still able to boot into Safe Mode, then you should be ale to use Part Three in the same tutorial to undo the clean boot.
If all else fails, you could also refresh Windows.
If you like, you could use Option One in the tutorial below to download a Windows 8.1 ISO file to use to do a repair install with. :)
In that case, you could try doing a system restore at boot using restore point dated before you had these issues.
New CCleaner 4.19.4867 released. See first post for more details. :)
It wouldn't hurt to try another location.
This is not working good for me. Fails most of times.
Whch is inteneded for my Windows, windows or update?
I would appreciate a true cmd command to do this.[/QUOTE]
Please describe what it's...
You should be able to perform a hard shut down and restart by pressing the power button down on the case until it powers off, then quickly press again to power on the PC and start Windows.
I'm not sure what else to do other than freeing up enough space. :(
In that case, see if doing a system restore using a restore point dated before you had this issue may be able to help.
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You might see if you may be able to do a system restore at boot instead. :)
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When you give your password to allow access, it adds that user. You can delete or deny the user in the folder's permissions to stop allowing access...
Script in tutorial has been updated. :)
In that case, you could see if troubleshooting with a clean startup may help to reveal what the culprit is using a process of elimination.
That's ok. It was just to test and see. I must admit that I'm at a loss why this is happening to you. I just don't see anything on our end that would cause it for you and no one else. :(