Resend Email in Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010

by admin on September 15, 2010

Ever run into the situation where you had sent an email to someone, but they didn’t get it? Or maybe you sent an email a few weeks back to someone, but they deleted it and now they want you to send it to them again. Firstly, before you can send the email to someone again, […]

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Repair Windows Installer Errors

by admin on September 14, 2010

I ran into a problem recently where I tried to install a program on my Windows XP machine and I got an error related to the Windows Installer service, namely The Windows Installer Service Could Not Be Accessed After trying  many solutions, I finally got the program to install and fixed the Windows Installer error. […]

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One annoying, but common error in Windows is when it cannot detect certain media when connected to your computer. For example, ever pop in a disc into your CD/DVD drive and then when trying to open files, you get slammed with the following error: Please Insert a Disk into Drive X Well hello, there is […]

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By default, the Start Menu in Windows 7 is configured to with a small button at the bottom right to Log off, Shut Down, Restart, Sleep, etc. However, if you don’t want to use the default option of the button, you have to click the small arrow at the right of the button to get […]

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The Windows Logon process is a complicated system process that handles the Windows logon screen, user authentication, loading the user profile, locking the computer, and much more. There are many errors assoicated with the Windows Logon process, but there are two that I have run into on many occasions. The Windows logon process has unexpectedly […]

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How to Repair Corrupted Excel Files

by admin on August 30, 2010

Excel is probably just as important to most workers as wearing clothes and eating food. I pretty much use Excel on a daily basis to do everything from managing finances to analyzing customer data. It’s so powerful, it’s hard to imagine life without Excel. And that’s exactly why it can be so terrible when you […]

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A client of mine called recently saying that his Windows 7 machine kept popping up with a dialog box with the following error message: Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working He would get this error message in all kinds of different situations like opening the Control Panel, right-clicking on the folder, and while performing other simple […]

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Usually when something goes wrong in Windows, we can fix it by restarting the computer and going into Safe Mode, which basically loads the bare essentials that are needed for Windows to run. At this point, you can try to fix whatever issue is causing problems. However, there are certain times when you can’t even […]

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I was playing around with one of my virtual machines running Windows 7 the other day, when I ran into a bit of a problem. I was trying to right-click on My Computer and choose Properties and got the following error message: Runtime error! Program: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\DllHost.exe After clicking on OK, I get an message stating […]

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One problem I’ve run across a lot with clients is not being able to print to a networked printer. The most popular error message I see is Windows Cannot Connect to the Printer or Windows Cannot Connect to the Printer. Access is Denied. There are several reasons why this error can come up and a […]

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