any email client comes with windows 7 Home premium
purchase of a new computer which has windows 7 Home premium installed. Found that outlook express will no longer exist for me :) is an email client that comes with this version preinstalled windows 7?
You can import messages from OE in WLMail. Here are the basics, but try the WLMail forum if you need more specific information.
Transfer of data from Outlook Express and Windows Live Mail:
Copy the * ENTIRE * OE message store folder to a flash drive. (Folders.dbx must be included). Place it on the desktop or another location on the computer using WLMail. Open WLMail and: file | Import | Messages | Microsoft Outlook Express 6, and the point where it was saved.
Location of OE message store:
In OE: Tools | Options | Maintenance | Store folder will reveal the location of your Outlook Express files. Note the location and navigate on it in Explorer Windows or, copy and paste in start | Run.
In Windows XP, Win2K & Win2K3 the OE user files (DBX and WAB) are by default marked as hidden. To view these files in Windows Explorer, you must enable Show hidden files and folders under start | Control Panel | Folder Options icon | Opinion, or in Windows Explorer. Tools | Folder options | View.
Open the address book in OE and file | Export | Address book (wab) and save it to the desktop. Copy it to a flash drive. Place it on the desktop or another location on the computer using WLMail.
Open the Contacts list in WLMail, (go |) Contacts in the Menu bar) and the file | Import | Address book (wab) Windows and the point where you saved it.
Note: If you use a CD or a DVD instead of a flash drive, after placing on the new machine you must remove the read-only attribute in the properties before you import.
For the account settings:
In OE: Tools | Accounts, select the account and export it to the desktop. This will be an .iaf file. Copy it to the new computer and WLMail desktop: tools | Accounts and import the settings from the location you saved the.
For my part, I went to Thunderbird in Win7. I couldn't find a program for export/import, I did it this way that works with most email clients.
Create a folder on your desktop, then in Outlook Express open the folder with the messages you want to save. Highlight a message, and then Ctrl + A will highlight all (or Ctrl-button down while you select only messages you want), now, drag and drop them into the folder on your desktop.
Copy this folder on the desktop of the new machine. Create a folder in the email client. Open the office folder and drag messages into the e-mail client folder.
the laptop is slow so now I need again to install windows to cancel all errors and clean the virus not detected
In addition you must have created recovery disks according to the instructions of Tosh when you got the PC
I recently bought a new laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. I need to connect to a VPN IPSEC to work. I tried the current VPN client and after reading the posts in this group, I tried vpnclient-win-msi-5.0.07.0240-k9-BETA.exe. When I tried to install the beta version, I get the following error message:
Error 28011: Windows 64-bit is not supported by Cisco Systems VPN Client 5.0.07.0240.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.
You should download the 64-bit version. vpnclient-winx64-MSI-5.0.07.0240-K9-Beta.exe is the version you tried to install the 32-bit version
I've seen others have posted simular questions, but I thought id repost this even in the case where there is more help. I have the Elite Phönix Pavalion h9-1150 desktop with Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit. and the bios HP 7.07 (seems no possible to upgrade the bios).
As others have had I install the new graphics card, the 960 Asus GTX card that came out last month and the system start gives about 3 beeps in about 30 seconds and then it goes to a screen that is black with a blinking cursor and nothing else happens. cannot enter bios or settings for HP...
I tried to disable UEFI boot devices in bios settings and enable only the legacy devices (after him swinging back on my original card, then move on to the new card), but it still gives 3 beeps after the start. However, I was able to get into windows. Although I think that this may be due to turn off the computer with the old card in without power first. and after 3 beeps (which always blocks you on the bios menu) sometimes it appears the window where you can select the safe mode or normal mode... as sometimes happens if you start your computer with windows 7 If you had just it off without turning off power or something. There, I can get into windows and run the PC and graphics card without problem, it's just when I try to start the problem happens.
and suppor HP no. is NOT a fault of the card itself. As much before. I bought an EVGA card earlier a GTX 780 and SAME problem happened (although I have not tried to remove it then devices boot UEFI)...
There is a problem of spacific with HP computers that seem to lock 'new' start-up equipment.
Honestly not be blunted. I really think it's bad what I read somewhere that even if HP would never say it they do it on purpose to prevent people ruin of guarantee or any "liabity' that occur by people any other hardware on HP computers inventory installation
makes no since to me. the PC SHOULD be able to run the card. in fact his race he now once I was able to circumvent the blocking (temporarily) check markers, everyhting is fine tracks of card 3 times faster then old (that should be the case).
But it's just this block as HP for some reason any installed on their bios/cards mothers is the question.
Good news is I got it from amazon and I have about a month, until I return. which I think this time I'll make. to see if something pops up in a month or something.
It's the ONLY solution, it seems that HP has officially to deactivate start secure Windows 8
but this isn't a computer of windows 8. and I guess even if install windows 8. the issue wouldn't disappear because given that its an older bios, there is no way to have a secure boot option to delete?
HP you really need to get on the ball and give us a straight answer on this subject. Is it ALL WAY to solve this problem? Can you not just do an older BIOS update to allow this? Or do you simply not want to worry about old PCs?
anyway I think that it is wrong and very frustrating and to be honest. If this is the case when my pc otherwise MUST run on demand
It's a PCI express 16 x slot card that is 3.0
Here are the specifications of deetailed according to the guidelines of your page
the card SHOULD WORK fine. I thought the GTX 780 was a little too much for the PC as he had more then a six pin port and needed a little more power, so at first I thought it was the question. so I returned it. and has now got this new card.
However, the ASUS GTX 960 map requires the SAME power that the card GTX 550 it by default and the SAME SIX connector
so it SHOULD work.
and performance tests indicate that it FACT it's just stupid... bios that asks the question.
I'm afraid to turn off the computer at the moment and try again to see if windows starts normally after you turn off the startup UEPI devvices because he cannot start properly...
HP you are one of the largest suppliers of computers you know technology what are YOUR computers. WHY cant you give us a direct awnser on this.
ITS VERY frustrating
and to be honest if I can't solve this problem, I am very hestient never buy another product HP if their spacifically computers have this new method of hardware locking.
because I have the card now works on my pc, it runs great! 3 times as fast as it should! and yet, I know in the back of my mind, if I can't understand this bad likely issue just to send it back... less I have time.
and for now, I did not have money to buy a new pc. This PC is JUST perfect for what I need for now another card then you want a little better...
He shoudnt be as much hassle there?
You need update the BIOS that is listed under Windows 8 to support the new graphics. You must upgrade to Windows 8 or temporarily install Windows 8, you can install the update to the BIOS. While there may be other ways to install the BIOS update, clearly having Windows 8 running will be the safest way. 8 BIOS version is your best chance to get the latest graphics cards to work.
If you decide to install W8, then create external recovery HP Media and backup your data before doing anything.
The reality is that there is no guarantee that any particular graphics card will work in any particular PC, even if the graphics card works in other PC or even the same or similar model PCs. Know what the return policy is before you buy.
I put a password for my computer with Windows Vista Home Premium and now I forgot the password and can not even enter the computer now. Is it all the same retrieve this password or what is the next step to use the computer again? __
I put a password for my computer with Windows Vista Home Premium and now I forgot the password and can not even enter the computer now. Is anyway to recover this password or what is the next step to use the computer again?
You can try this to http://www.wikihow.com/Reset-a-Windows-Vista-Password that will help you with your password (typed in) problem easily. Here is one link: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=trinity+rescue+kit&search_type=&aq=f for video detail to achieve this, if you have any problems. I used it a dozen times and it really works! Hope this helps you. Let us know anyway. Make it a great day!
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Original title: I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite L305-S5894 with Windows Vista Home Premium installed (32 bit). Unable to get a backup to a flash drive.
After back back, very many updates of windows, my computer is full of problems and it is not representative of the restore points far enough back to correct. I want really to save my data and programs for flash drive (s) and then go for a full recovery of the system (return to factory). When you try to do the backup on a 4 GB USB key I get an error including 0 x 81000029. I have seen posted answers to this. Everything is included to aid Vista disk from the window which was not included when I bought my computer. Any help would be appreciated.
The following article should be useful. To use system recovery options, you have Vista installation disc. OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) repeatedly will install on the computer Windows recovery environment. To cross check if it is installed, try the following steps.
1 start the computer and press the F8 key continuously to get advanced boot menu options.
2. on the menu advanced startup options, check if the Startup Repair tool is in the list.
3. If so, select it and press ENTER.
4. If not, then you should organize a Vista installation disc.
You may receive error messages when you try to perform a backup operation on a Windows Vista-based computer
He says that it is not compatible with windows 7 Home premium, what should I use then?
I'm not familiar with this program, you have a link where you download from, and details of the product etc. ?
Have you tried right clicking on the shortcut to the program or the .exe and select "Run As Administrator"? Perform, even if your user name is an administrator.
Try right click on the actual Setup.exe and choosing the option "Run As Administrator"? Perform, even if your user name is an administrator.
Make older programs in this version of Windows (Windows 7)
Help with Windows 7 compatibility issues
Windows 7 Compatibility Center
Windows Virtual PC
Download Windows XP Mode
Windows XP Mode (Windows 7 only, but not one of the Home versions) "you are not eligible to download Windows XP Mode. You must have Windows 7 Professional, enterprise or full to run Windows XP Mode." If you have an old XP CD (or other older Windows CD) available you can simply download the Virtual Machine and spend the XP Mode download.
This warranty covers the gambit set of VMS in the 'Home' versions if you want to have a look. Of course you will need a licensed copy of XP to install and run in any of them (except XP Mode).
VirtualBox is an impressive VM competitor
Upgrade to another edition of Windows 7 by using Windows Anytime Upgrade
Windows Anytime Upgrade: Frequently asked questions
First excuse my bad English, I'm french.
A month ago, I bought an X 500 - 10W.
I would like to re - install two old games that turned on my satellite M30-104 with windows Xp.
I just can not install those on the Qosmio that works with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, even if I use the compatibility mode.
Is there a way to make these ancient works of software?
I found the virtual computer (for windows Xp mode), but it only works with Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate.
Thanks for your replies.
This with virtual PC is good idea and you should get the right version.
I mean if you have games that are designed for Windows XP Home edition, then you know that this will not work on the new operating system to Win7.
Best application virtualization for me without a doubt is VMware Workstation > http://www.vmware.com/
I am trying to install updates in my desktop computer. Its a HP w1907, with windows vista home premium. Have you downloaded "accesschk,' help the thing 'command prompt', but still not of chance?
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You want to run the software RAID (more precisely 5) included with Windows Vista Home Premium. Do you know where I can find documentation and how - in?
Your question of Windows Vista is more complex than what is generally answered in the Microsoft Answers forums. It is better suited for the IT Pro TechNet public.
Please post your question in the below link:
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My laptop is HP Pavilion dm4-3099se and it came with Windows 7 Home Premium. The password was lost and I was advised to format the system. The system has been formatted (all disks have been removed except for drive C :) and an OS from Windows 8 pro installed. Shortly after the formatting, found the lost password. If possible, I'd like to go back to the operating system supplied with the system (i.e. window Home Premium) and also get all the drivers provided with the system.
Please, help me.
There are two options available.
1. you can order a set of replacement recovery disks using the link below - it will reinstall the operating system, all the drivers, and almost all of the original software (the exception being often tests of MS Office). They will also recreate all of the original scores, including the recovery Partition.
2 another option that you might consider is to create your own Windows 7 installation disc.
Also, if possible, back up the folder swsetup which lie at the root of the C drive.
You can create a Windows 7 installation disc yourself using another PC - just download the good Disk Image ( this must be the same version that originally came with your laptop - it is listed as Windows 7 Home Premium 64 - bit ) from the link below and use an app like ImgBurn to burn the ISO correctly on a blank DVD - a guide on the use of ImgBurn to write an ISO on a disc is here. These Images are clean and a very respected source (Digital River).
Use the disk to perform the installation, enter the activation key of Windows on the label of the COA at the request and once the installation is complete, use ' 'phone Method' described in detail in the link below to activate the operating system -this made method supported by Microsoft and is popular with people who want to just have a new installation of Windows 7 without additional software load normally comes with OEM installations.
Regarding the drivers etc, you must, if you were able to save the swsetup this will contain all the software installers and drivers for your laptop - if you were not able, drivers and software, you may need can be found here.
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Error code 37. I have a model CM5688E gateway with Windows Vista Home Premium. My Optiarc DVD RW AD - 7203 has enough work. How to operate again give idea? The computer is less than 2 years.
Error code 37. I have a model CM5688 E gateway with Windows Vista Home Premium. My Optiarc DVD RW AD - 7203 has left a couple of weeks of work. Anyone have an idea how I can get it working again?
There are many causes of Code 39 errors:
· A required device driver is missing.
· A required binary file is corrupted.
· There is a problem with the file I/O process.
· A driver that refers to an entry point in another binary file cannot load.
I suggest you try the following steps:
Step 1: Run the fixit available in the link below
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs
If the problem persists,
Step 2: Uninstall and reinstall the drivers.
1. click on start and then click Control Panel.
2. click on system and Maintenance, click System, and then click Device Manager.
Note If Control Panel is in Classic view, double-click System and then click on Device Manager.
3. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password, or click on allow.
4. in Device Manager, expand CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drives, right click on the device CD and DVD and then click on uninstall.
5. When you are prompted to confirm that you want to remove the device, click OK.
6. restart the computer.
After the computer restarts, the drivers will be installed automatically.
Click here for more information.
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Why my renovated 2120 Latidude from Dell with Windows 7 Home Premium except Windows 7 Ultimate as a pure settled instead of an upgrade? My product key in the activation will not work now
Because it is not a supported method. When you upgrade from one Windows 7 edition to another, you must use the upgrade wizard level Express Windows.
I heard that after a few years of use, Windows-based computers lose their ability to function. This happened to me before and I bought a new laptop. Now, I think that it happens again. The laptop (Dell Inspiron) with Windows 7 Home Premium is now slow to most of the activities - loading of the pages in the browser, etc... He is also declining my VPN connection occasionally, but also my direct connection is very slow. Latency shows speedtest software provided by the ISP in addition of 250 ms, download speed of 1 MB/s (compared with 8 planned) and 0.05Mbps download. The ISP has corrected this once, but I'm wondering now if it is the computer which is slow rather than on the network because my laptop works well on the same network/router. Is there one solution to this other than another new laptop?
You say that your computer is slow, but all of the examples you give are rather than slow computer operations slow network communications. To avoid any unnecessary work, check how fast the computer is on the tasks that don't use any network.
If it works fine for tasks not network then you can concentrate on the problems of network as being the only concern.
It has also become very slow for no network tasks you should study other causes. Just as an example: If, like me, you sleep / turn off the computer when you are not using it then defrag will never work, so you can run it manually to make sure that doesn't cause problems. Describe your symptoms in this thread so that someone can advise on the best course of action.
In the unlikely case where you must run Dell Factory Image Restore, then the instructions are in your manual PC *. Before doing this, run Dell Datasafe Local Backup then click on Backup, recovery to create - media allows you to create a bootable USB of the partition that you can use the normal procedure that failing Dell Factory Image Restore [to do this, even if you have already solved your problems so that you could face if the hard drive has failed never completely].
* Procedure Dell Factory Image Restore [excerpt from the manual for Dell Inspiron 1545]
1. turn on the computer.
2 when the Dell logo appears, press several times
to access the Advanced Boot Options window.
Note: If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft Windows desktop; then, shut down your computer and try again.
3. Select repair your computer. The System Recovery Options window appears.
4. Select a keyboard layout and click Next.
5. to access the recovery options, log in as a local user. To access the command prompt, type administrator in the user name field, and then click OK.
6. click on Dell Factory Image Restore. The Dell Factory Image Restore welcome screen appears.
Note: Depending on your configuration, you may need to select Dell, then Dell Factory Image Restore factory tools.
7. click on next. Data delete screen is displayed.
Note: If you do not wish to continue Factory Image Restore, click Cancel.
8. check the box to confirm that you want to continue reformatting the hard drive and restoring the system software to the factory condition, then click Next. The restore process begins and may take five or more minutes. A message appears when the operating system and the applications installed in the factory have been restored to the State of the plant.
9. click Finish to restart the system.
My dell laptop came with Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit, but due to a problem I installed windows 7 ultimate 32 bit, but the dell drivers not support, so installed new Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit Suiloidi the link that I found in this community... but now it's showing the windows copy osf is not authentic... I looked for the key and installed but no use... Please suggest me this problemm...
Have you used the product key on the COA sticker?
Try the following:
Click Start, right click on computer
Click on properties
Scroll down to the Windows Activation
Click on the link 'change product key '.
Enter the product key located on the COA sticker attached to the bottom of your laptop or in the battery compartment. Click next to activate via the Internet.
COA certificate of authenticity:
What is the certificate of authenticity for Windows?
You can also use phone activation:
How to activate Windows 7 manually (activate by phone)
1) click Start and in the search for box type: slui.exe 4
(2) press the ENTER"" key.
(3) select your "country" in the list.
(4) choose the option "activate phone".
(5) stay on the phone (do not select/press all options) and wait for a person to help you with the activation.
(6) explain your problem clearly to the support person.
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