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    Solved Windows cannot complete updates?

    Please let me know if it does not work....
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    Solved Windows cannot complete updates?

    Hi in this situation first stop the Windows Automatic update service then you need to go into C drive under the C drive open the windows folder and under the windows folder delete the software distribution folder and then try to restart the update it should work,..,..
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    Problems with Outlook 2013

    Hi in this situation you can delete the old outlook profile and create a new profile in order to delete the old profile access the control panel under the Control Panel select the mail option under the mail option delete the old profile and create a new profile and configure the email address...
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    Windows 8.1 Not restoring from a restore point

    Click Start, and then type System Restore in the Start Search box. Right-click System Restore, and then click Run as administrator. In the System Restore dialog box, click Next. Select a restore point, and then click Next. In the "Confirm your restore point" window, click Finish.
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    Frequent freezing/random restarts, old system w/ Win 8.1

    Okay! Now beofre doing any troubleshooting please run the Hardware Test because it can be your Hard drive problem in order to run the Hardware test restart the computer and when you see the Dell Logo keep Tapping F12 key You will get One time Boot Menu You need to select the Option...
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    Frequent freezing/random restarts, old system w/ Win 8.1

    Hi if you are experiencing this problem first please check your hardwares meeting this Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with support for PAE, NX, and SSE2 (more info) RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit) Hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) Graphics card...
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    Network wifi icon says identifying

    and then try to reconnect with the wi-fi network.. it would resolve your problem
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    Network wifi icon says identifying

    Hi If you are still experiencing same issue. you can delete the Network Profile Manually by using Command Prompt start Command prompt as administrator and type the following command: netsh wlan show profiles. t will display all the wireless network profiles stored by Windows 8.1. The...
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    Having problems uninstall network drivers.

    Hi you can also try uninstalling the deriver by using any third party it would work. Download a deriver uninstaller and then try
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    How do I delete a mystery homegroup?

    Hi Tunya To remove a computer from a homegroup, follow these steps on the computer you want to remove: Open HomeGroup by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, typing homegroup in the search box, and then clicking HomeGroup. Click Leave the homegroup. Click Leave the homegroup...
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