Screen go to the desktop when you start typing.
Several times when you type in Windows 7, when you start typing an email or starting to fill in a field of research, the screen goes to my office. As soon as I move the mouse it go back to the form I was typing. This happens on both computers I have with Windows 7. Any suggestions as to why this is happening?
You can try to disable the preview of the arrow,
Right-click the taskbar and select properties and uncheck the box at the bottom to aero peek, save.
See if she always does.
Please can someone tell me what I need to do in order to get an email to arrive in the box when I start typing the name. Is there a box somewhere that needs ticking or something in order to activate the automatic process?
When I started my laptop yesterday, I noticed it was going quite slowly, more there was a message saying that windows could not connect to a specified service.
As a result my firewall was off tour and I can t connect to the internet. I tried to turn on the firewall, but I couldn't... and today, I tried another connection to inalambric, but I couldn't connect to the internet.
I checked the registry of the solution and the problem and found it was something related to DHCP and sense.
But really, I don - t know what causes this problem...
I searched other forums where people have had the same problem but I could t find any solution apart from reinstalling Vista...
Can someone help me? Help will be very appreciated!
What do you mean with SENSE? I never heard tell about.
I put t know what are the causes of the problem too but did you look in Event Viewer? Sometimes, it's really useful.
If you have a network problem, you must update the driver WLAN or LAN (depending on whether you are using). You can find it on the Toshiba site:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported Downloads & => Download drivers
It would be interesting to know what Windows service, you mean. View more information on this error.
* Original title: turn my computer
When I start my computer, I get abox asking you the windows xp startup password. This has never happened before and I don't know the password.
-Have there been recent changes made on the computer before the show?
I suggest you to check if you can connect to your account or the account of default administrator in safe mode.
Check out the link for more information on how to enter Safe Mode.
A description of the start in Windows XP Mode options:
a. the built-in Administrator account is disabled by default.
b. you will see an icon for the administrator on the homescreen mode without failure.
c. connect you (the password will be a white)
If you are able to start the computer in safe mode, try to check and restore the system.
How to restore Windows XP to a previous state
Important: System Restore will return all your files non-system as documents, email, music, etc., to a previous state. These files of types are completely affected by the restoration of the system. If it was your intention with this tool to recover a deleted file to non-system, try using a file instead of system restore recovery program.
Please get back to us with the information above to help you accordingly.
How to get out of the mode of monitors, when starts.
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One fine day this machine just stopped to connect to the Internet, either wired or wireless. I think it was a windows XP update that caused the problem
Made it work again by loading the updated drivers:
1.60 power management
HotKey features - forget press release #, but he was later
Login to 5.62
Where possible I have uninstalled these files before installing the new versions
Reinstalled the NIC drivers, noting that the most recent driver wireless is a not supports the network card in my T60 and decommissioning accordingly by the .txt file that accompanied the latest version
Everything works, sort of.
But if I stop and then perform a boot cold it does not connect (wired or wireless). When this happens, you know because at startup login manager tells me it could not connect. If I do a reboot it will connect (99% of the time).
I can close the lid and go in standby mode (hibernation is disabled) and when he returns he will connect (if it linked before)
And then sometimes even on a reboot it connects, but a subsequent reboot seems to work
(1) what the order the drivers are loaded, and how I change that
(2) could be a sign that the battery needs to be replaced?
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How to set the default value to directly access the Inbox, opening of Windows live mail
How to set the default value to directly access the Inbox, opening of Windows live mail
Well my WLM goes to the Inbox automatically. That said, a solution I found on the internet, Google is your friend, is to add the should switch to the chain of command. See this illustration.
Additional support for Windows Live Mail client problems is here...
I don't know how it's done on windows, but on * nix install, it's oracle that does almost everything, it is the executable that is behind most, if not all background processes. It simply works with functions and different identities.
In doing so:
/export/home/oracle> export ORACLE_SID=nothere /export/home/oracle> sqlplus /nolog SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.3.0 - Production on Thu Dec 13 10:49:23 2012 Copyright (c) 1982, 2006, Oracle. All Rights Reserved. SQL> connect / as sysdba Connected to an idle instance. SQL> startup nomount; ORA-01078: failure in processing system parameters LRM-00109: could not open parameter file '/u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/dbs/initnothere.ora'
led me to the error message file $ORACLE_HOME/oracore/mesg/lrmus.msg which is said in the header:
/ lrmus.msg - message file for setting Manager (LRM) basic error
"/ List of all of the LRM database error messages.
So, I think that this is part of the "bootstrap" code in the oracle itself executable that runs before the spawning of himself in all other versions of himself.
There must be a file somewhere in Thunderbird for all of your communications by e-mail that stores the e-mail addresses of everyone. When you start typing an address you will display a list of people with whom you communicated with in the past. Many of these people are not in your contact/address file. I want to somehow extract this file to Thunderbird.
You have two default address books. The personal book where you add contacts and the collected book which keeps information for messages that you send.
So you're looking for the collected address book.
When you open the address book window, you should have your books listed as folders on the left margin in the directory pane. If the pane is not displayed, select View-Layout and click on.
Original title: NService Application has stopped working and was closed
Recently, I see this popup on the desktop when I start my computer first – 'NService Application has stopped working and has been closed. "
What is - this and why I am see?
1. have you made a recent software or hardware changes to the system?
2. is your system connected to a domain?
Nservice.exe seems to belong to IBM Lotus Notes / / Domino from IBM.
If you use applications such as Lotus, then you can try to uninstall and reinstall to fix the problem.
Note: Make sure that you have the CD or downloaded installation files to reinstall the program.
For more information, see the articles:
Otherwise, you can perform a clean boot and check if that helps.
A clean boot to check if startup item or services to third-party application is causing this issue.
You can read the following article to put the computer in a clean boot:
Note: Make sure that you put the computer to a Normal startup once you have completed troubleshooting.
Originsal title: error loading
When starting, I get the following message: error loading C:windows\mstapox.dll
Does anyone have a solution?
There is no file with this name in XP.
In addition, there very few dll that must be load in the c:\windows folder and is not one of them.
Since the Microsoft Answers forum does not have any kind of information system request when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system. Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
Thank you MS Answers, allowing the resolution of simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.
If that's really what you see, then your system is now or was hit by malware.It is sometimes easy to get rid of the error message by doing something like disable the startup item in msconfig (if you can still find), but I suggest you fix the problem and difficulty not only the symptom of the problem by simply deleting the startup message.I would also not recommend you start digging in the registry to try to find the startup item and remove it unless you have a backup of your system or at least a backup of your registry, because there is no 'Cancel' or 'quit without saving changes' option in regedit. If you make a mistake, that's all.These ideas relieve 'rapid' and sometimes risky of the symptom if they not even work at all, but they can't actually solve the problem. Also, I'd be suspicious of ideas that begin with the words "try." You don't need to try things, you need to fix things. You don't need to try ideas that might work, you must do something that will always work all the time.Here are the detailed instructions that protect you and solve your problem in the 'right' way.There is very little. DLL files that should be loaded from the C:\WINDOWS folder and is not one of them. If you do not have a good explanation for the name of the file in a Google search, the chances are good that your system is currently or has been infected by malware.A "Cannot find...". ', ' Failed to start..., "Could not load..." ». "Might not work... "" Cannot run ""error loading... ". "or"specific module could not be found"message at startup is usually related to the malware that has been configured to run at startup, but the referenced file has been removed after a malware scan, leaving behind him a startup item or the registry entry pointing to a file that does not exist.It might be a removal of malicious software or an application not installed. The entry may have a curious looking name since it was probably generated at random when the malware was installed. If you search your system for the referenced file, you may not find.Windows attempts to load this file but cannot locate because the file has been deleted for most probably during an analysis of the malware. However, an orphaned associate of remainders of startup parameter or registry entry and tells Windows to load the file when you start or connection.So you should delete the referenced entry Windows stop trying to load or run the file. It may or may not be included in the registry, but you can find it. Autoruns (see below) you get the elements no matter where it is.
You must be sure to solve the problem and not just fix the symptom of the problem by simply relieving your message - system is not a fix (there is a difference).If you just locate and uncheck the item in msconfig, which disables the element but does not remove the reference to the element of false starting your computer. The msconfig program is not a Startup Manager, that's a troubleshooting tool. Disabling things in msconfig to put an end to the messages and think that your problem is solved is short-sighted and leave behind him a sloppy XP configuration. Just disable the display of a start-up error message should not count as a 'solution' to the problem.If you are comfortable editing the registry, you can find and remove the reference directly from there or remove it using a popular third-party tool called Autoruns. The problem can always be found in the registry well.Before making any changes to your registry by hand or with third-party tools, don't forget to first make a backup of the registry. There is no cancellation or exit without saving the option in regedit.Here is a link to a popular registry backup tool:You can also use the Autoruns to find the element of start remains little matter where he's hiding. Autoruns does not install anything on your computer. It will display all startup locations where the reference may be then you can turn it off or remove it completely. Here is the download link for Autoruns:Run Autoruns.exe and wait that he at the end of the filling of the list of entries.When the Autoruns is finished scanning your system, it will say "Ready" in the lower left corner. Autoruns can be a little intimidating to first if you have never seen it before because it displays a lot of information. You are really interested only a few sections.The problem is usually to start the system or the user startup entries, then click the connection tab and see if the startup item is there.Scroll through the list and look for a boot entry associated files in the error message.If you can't find on the connection tab, look in any tab.You can also click file, search to search for logon, or any tab for all or part of the name of the element.Right-click on the offending entry and choose Remove. If you are not sure what it is, you can just turn it off, restart and if the problem is resolved and things are functioning normally and everything works fine, then remove the offending entry. If you don't see it in Autoruns, you may edit the registry and remove the item from your startup folder it. Autoruns shall display the same information however.Given that your system has or has had an infection, follow up with this:Perform scans for malware, and then fix any problems:Download, install, update and do a full scan with these free malware detection programs at:Malwarebytes (MMFA): http://malwarebytes.org/SUPERAntiSpyware: (SAS): http://www.superantispyware.com/They can be uninstalled later if you wish.Restart your computer and solve the outstanding issues.
How guys do you overcome (Mac Book and iMac) screen sizes with disabilities when creating scrolling effects, can work the same on both screens when you started with the iMac?
Technically, since it's the same effect with the same settings, it works on both sizes. However, you need to test both is to decide if it will appear visually correct on both screens or not. On screens more wider/taller objects can appear earlier on the screen, it is advised to test again on both screens.
See you soon,.
I have a new desktop computer with windows 8. When the computer goes to sleep or turns off, and then I press a button to turn it back on. Desktop does not show icons, rendering it useless.
Thank you for bringing the matter to our attention.
You said that you get not all icons when you start the computer after the sleep or Hibernate mode. We need more information to help you in a better way.
1 you did all the software and the hardware on your computer changes?
2. What is the brand and model of your computer?
3. do you get an error message? If Yes, what is the error message?
4. When you say that there are no icons, it is a black screen?
5. are you able to see the icons when you restart the computer?
Please, try the following steps and check if that helps resolve the issue with icons.
Method 1: troubleshooting to be able to run and check if this help.
a. press Windows + W on the keyboard.
b. type Troubleshooting in the "search" tab and press enter.
c. click show all on the left panel.
d. click Power, will new popup window.
e. follow the instructions on the screen.
Method 2: try to start the computer in safe mode and also check in the boot.
Step 1: Try to start the computer in safe mode and check if you still face the question.
You can check the link below
Note: Please restart the computer to start in normal mode after a repair.
Step 2: Try to clean boot and check if you still face the question.
Please see the link to start the computer in a clean boot.
Note: After troubleshooting, be sure to start your computer in normal mode by following step 3.
Method 3: Run SCAN SFC. To run SFC / SCANNOW Please follow steps.
a. press the Windows key + X, and then click command prompt.
b. type the command: sfc/scannow , and then press on Enter.
c. restart the computer and check.
Note: The tool (SFC.exe) System File Checker scans missing or system corrupted files and repairs them.
I hope this helps. If the problem started after the "standby mode", please get back to us. We are here to help you.
Original title: can't open WindowsI can't open my laptop at all... block when I select anything in the mode without failure or screen black normal mode :(What should I do? Thank you!!!
1 have. what changes you made before the question?
2. What are the options you see in the advanced startup options?
You can follow the methods in the article in order to solve the problem.
Computer stops responding with a black screen when you start Windows XP
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Computer ceases to respond with a black screen when I run Vista, this happen right after the installation of updates. original title: computer stops responding with a black screen when you start Windows XP__
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