The best most single way to find an answer to your problem on the forums is the Search Feature. Search can be used by anyone, you do not even need to be a registered member of the forums. Use the search feature to look up a certain piece of hardware by using keywords and phrases. Find out if this has already been posted about. If it has, add your contribution to that post and do not create a new one. Tell Us Your Specs.
You may not even know what
Updated 11-30-2011 at 07:18 AM by Mike
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Updated 02-11-2012 at 08:02 PM by Mike
1. Click "Start" and type "Fix Net" and press enter to let windows try to diagnose and repair problems.
2. Verify network drivers are up to date for your adapter... (upgrading may
use old Vista drivers that are not compatible with 7) Click Start and type
"Device Manager" and look for any driver errors.. usually a yellow triangle.
3. Click Start and type and enter "ev" and it will run the Event Viewer. Look
under Custom at the
Updated 11-30-2009 at 02:53 AM by tblount
Mcrosoft selling crapware-free PCs in its stores
The computers at Microsoft Stores don't have the crapware that Windows PCs typically come with, but they still have an assortment of Microsoft and Adobe software. Most controversially, they include Windows Live Essentials and Microsoft Security Essentials. http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/new...its-stores.ars
The short of this post is that Windows 7 Enterprise updates by default expecting a KMS server. I don't have one. I had to go through Microsoft Tech Support to change the key from KMS to MAK and then I could activate my copy of Windows 7. I am glad I didn't reinstall. My installation disk uses KMS by default and I would have had the same problem again. I enjoy Linux and miss the days of the DOS prompt so it was refreshing to use the command prompt to solve the problem. I've heard