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Jose Sigafus

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  1. Google search for "Registry Finder 1.0". It will delete all keys related to a program/supplier at the same time. Works great like when changing printers from one brand to another. $20.00 for a key.
  2. The wife was reading her email when a window came up asking if she wanted to Compress the email folders to save space on the drive. She clicked yes, and now I have no past email other than todays. Any way to uncompress the folders and reinstate my email? The storage location is NOT on C drive, but on L drive which is a common drive for multiple O/S booting. The folders still show to be in the 795MB total, but now only contain a few messages. I do not include L drive in system restore for the simple reason W2000 doesn't have system restore, which is one of my operating systems. Dummy here didn't think to run a Acronis True Image backup of "L"!
  3. My new Pioneer DVR-111 woundn't burn at 16X until I replaced the ribbon with a good quality 80wire/40pin Ultra IDE cable. Now it does with Ritek 16X media. This is with Nero 7, Roxio 8, or CloneDVD2.
  4. You need software like Power DVD to play DVD videos. Google for Windows Media Player Classic 6.4.8.4 which will play DVD videos and it's free.
  5. I've been told that there is a way to put "System Restore" from XP into 2003 Server. It's complicated but does anyone know where I can find the info?
  6. WalMart sells a 10.2" unit for just under $200.00.
  7. Fixed: I was missing 6 out of 8 registry keys. Exported from a W2000 registry and put into XP. Prints fine now. http://forums.devshed.com/windows-help-34/...ror-133545.html PS: The cause of my problem was that I had Outlook Express installed, and then put in Office "Outlook". This didn't cause it but then I removed (uninstalled) Outlook; which removed these registry keys. I guess that ONE mail program is enough without stiring the pot!
  8. On one of my XP+sp2 systems I now get the follong error when trying to print an email: _______________________________________________________________ Internet Explorer Script Error ! An error has occured in the script on this page. Line: 1344 Char: 1 Error: Unspecified error Code: 0 URL: res://C:\\WINDOWS\system32\shdoclc.dll/preview.dlg Do you want to continue running scripts on this page? YES NO ________________________________________________________________ I've run AVG Pro and many spyware programs to no avail. I did a restore TI-8 .tib image file from 12/12/05 and have the same results; Any ideas please??????? Title Edited - Please follow new posting rules from now on. --Zxian
  9. THANKS: Worked perfectly in W2K. Now I have to do the other operating systems.
  10. meinib00ne: Thanks I will reinstall Office 2003 Outlook and try this. PS: All of my drives are NTFS, and I only have an Administrator account, NO users!
  11. No I'm not trying to open an Outlook .pst in Express. When I copied the .pst file in "C" documents to a mail folder in a common drive "L"; it won't open in Outlook. All I'm trying to do is quit using Outlook Express and use Office 2003 Outlook; but I need the save mail .pst folder on a different drive for all future mail to be saved to instead of "C" Documents. Each of my operating systems are on their own "C" drive (removable bootable trays), so I'm trying to locate all mail from all O/S's in a common folder. This works just fine in Outlook Express, but I can't figure how to do this in Outlook if it's possible?


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