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commander

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#1
ok, I want to do things like make videos with my webcam, upload new photos to the PC and get rid of old ones, do research
using books downloaded from the internet, print some of these books while saving all of them to a USB hard drive, and so on.

all of this that should not require me to log on. so how can I fix it so I can do all of the above and not need to log in.
 

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    windows 8
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    dell i660s-5390bk
    CPU
    1tb
    Memory
    8gb
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    intel
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    msn.com
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2 months ago my DSL modem died and it took 3 days before frontier could show up. turned out it was the DSL cable running from the modem to the PC. the modem's DSL and internet lights where on, indicating I was online even though the PC showed that I was not. any attempt to click in the email or internet E resulted in a big message on the screen saying I was not online. but I was still able to do everything that needed me to be online to do.

on one occasion when a lady friend and I were going through a catalog we had downloaded 30 minutes earlier, the webcam came on. I am constantly getting calls from someone claiming to be from Microsoft, but I was told right there on this website last year that Microsoft does not call people. yet these people seem to know when i'm having minor trouble, even telling me that they need access to the PC to help with the "problem". again another issue I ask about here and was told I should never let anybody have remote access to my PC.

and the original hard drive died. it was found to have been caused by a buildup of thousands of administrative events. well I just checked, and the number has increased to 72,812 events with most showing red error with a few dozen red critical. meaning this hard drive is soon to 100% fail as well, just don't know how long. now as for things like Microsoft software, one of the things that always shows up is a calendar software called vueminder pro. with me being disabled I needed a calendar that was designed with more down to the minute settings just like found in XP using audio and visual alarms to alert me when to take what meds when, doctor appointments and which doctor, and so on. so important is this that I had to buy it off the internet and did.

i'm now checking to see if is capable od running off of a USB hard drive instead of the PC hard drive. but it's been checked before and was told it could not be destructive to any PC components. so yes it would make sense to not be online for certain activities. nd I have no diea what your
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    windows 8
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    dell i660s-5390bk
    CPU
    1tb
    Memory
    8gb
    Graphics Card(s)
    intel
    Browser
    msn.com
    Antivirus
    norton

commander

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first, please do not misinterpret me as being in a bad mood. I find it necessary to say this because I've had 3 mind readers who read a sort posting in another website and said something about it. accomplished everything needed and won $100.00 on a $1.00 scratch off ticket
bad mood? LOL

ok, wanting to be able to do a few things the way I did on XP. gets kind of old trying to make a video but having to sigh in, telling Microsoft "hey guys, making a video here. anytime you get nosey and want to look here we are. and all of my friends feel the same, just can't figure how to stay off line for simple stuff, like playing a game that is not online game.

still have my XP computer I use for games that will never upgrade past XP.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    windows 8
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    dell i660s-5390bk
    CPU
    1tb
    Memory
    8gb
    Graphics Card(s)
    intel
    Browser
    msn.com
    Antivirus
    norton

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