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  3. Rædwulf

    PC Doctor

    ill look in a bit and please do tell what ur issues r.. we might be able to remedy it or find an alternative proggy??
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  5. Tech 425

    PC Doctor

    All that I could find was junk What do you need help with ?
  6. Vinceserious

    PC Doctor

    Good evening all any luck regarding this software
  7. Best Of Friends A rather reticent young girl was asked how she got on with her new boyfriend. "Let's just say my legs are my best friends," she replied mysteriously. "Oh, come on," said her mate. "What does that mean?" "It means he came on too strong so I walked home." A few weeks later the two friends were talking and the girl's mate asked her how her new date went on the previous night. "Pretty much as before," she replied. "My legs are my best friends." Time went by and on the third time they met up, the girl looked radiantly happy. "You're looking well," commented her mate. "Something's doing you good." "Oh yes," replied the girl. "I've met this wonderful bloke and let's just say even the best of friends must part."
  8. uk666

    Close The Case

    Close The Case A young couple bought a parrot, but quickly discovered that he could cause them a lot of embarrassment. Every time someone came to the house, he would tell them what the couple had been up to, particularly what went on in the evenings on the sofa. "That's it, I've had enough," said the man, "from now on, you'll be covered up early in the evening so you can't see what's going on. Otherwise, it's the zoo for you." A few days later, the couple decided to go away for a week's holiday so they spent the evening packing and of course filled the suitcase to overflowing. "I've got an idea," said the man. "I'll get on top, press down as much as I can and you can tell me what's happening." But the case wouldn't close. "This is no good," remarked the wife. "Here, let me have a go, I'll get on top and we'll see if it's any better." Still they couldn't get the case to close, so the man said, "Let's both get on top, bounce up and down and maybe that'll work." Suddenly the parrot pulled off the cage cover and squawked: "I'll take my chances at the zoo, but this I've just got to see?"
  9. 2 Jewish Men in Mexico Two old Jewish men, Sid and Abe, are sitting in a Mexican restaurant one day. Sid asks Abe,"Do you know if any people of our ancestry were ever born and raised in Mexico?" Abe replies, "I don't know, let's ask our waiter." When the waiter arrives, Abe asks, "Are there any Mexican Jews?" The waiter says, "I don't know senor, I ask the cooks." He returns from the kitchen after a few minutes and says, "No senor, the cook say no Mexican Jews." Abe isn't satisfied and asks, "Are you absolutely sure?" The waiter, realizing he is dealing with "Gringos" replies, "I check once again, senor," and goes back into the kitchen. While the waiter is away, Sid says, "I find it hard to believe that there are no Jews in Mexico. Our people are scattered everywhere." The waiter returns and says, "Senor, the head cook Manuel, he say there is no Mexican Jews." "Are you certain?" Abe asks again. "I just can't believe there are no Mexican Jews!" Ready for this....... "Senor, I ask EVERYONE," replies the exasperated waiter. "All we have is Orange Jews, Grape Jews, Prune Jews, Tomato Jews, and Apple Jews, but no Mexican Jews."
  10. awesome glad to be able to assist u, my friend..
  11. I like tho donate butt is there any other way than paypall ?

    I have a master creditcard  ?

    otherwise i have tho setup an account by paypall  just fore this (GREAT) site and only for one time 

    thanks in advance   

  12. Thanks, finally may 2019 update is done. Pras
  13. I have a Gateway laptop model NE56R. As of Friday, it will not properly calibrate the battery charge, will not charge it to 100%, it stops normally in the 90s%, most often in the low 90s%. And when the power adapter is plugged in, the screen flickers, as if going between normal brightness and battery-saver dimmer, and the laptop beeps. But with no power plugged in, running just off of battery, there is no flickering or beeping. I note, I just bought this new battery on July 11, not quite a month ago. It has been great since then, but I used the laptop only occasionally and lightly. I had no problems until this past Friday. Its a 9-cell battery, rated at 6 hours of charge time (original was 6 cell, rated at 4 hours.) I have been trying to figure this out since it started on Friday -- and in the middle of it, lost my entire laptop on Saturday, it would not boot, nothing would fix it until I spent today restoring a backup from a month ago of the C drive. It now works fine. Got it all updated again. After restoring today, the screen still flickered. I spent a few hours de-charging the battery to nothing. Then I plugged in the power adapter again, and have been charging it for the past couple hours, going to full fora full calibration. Ever since I plugged the power adapter in to charge it, the screen has not been flickering. It was as if it had been fixed. Until just now, when it got to 87%, the flickering and beeping started again. Dang! Since previously I was plugged in when I had the issue, it was always charged more than 87%. So, I don't know, but maybe this issue happens only above around that level of charge, or maybe it simply came back at that point. In another thread about the laptop crash over the weekend, I was asked to take down the "morse code" of the beeps. Well, I did that today before de-charging the battery. Over the course of three minutes, here is approximately the time frames, in seconds, for the amount of time between each single beep -- one simple beep, always short, same length of the beep itself: 10, 25, 10, 30, 10, 15+, 10, 15, 10, 15, 8-10, 15, 15. Now, as I have been writing, enough time has passed to see the battery at a fuller charge. But it remains at 87% now, has not gone up. It won't go to 100%. BUT, the flickering and beeping has stopped,the first time that ever happened after it started. This is different than what had been going on before. And, I also noticed, my screen saver did not come on, the screen simply went dark while I was on this other computer typing. I have no idea if any of that info is helpful. But the calibration will not go to 100%, this time it appears to have stopped even lower than previously, not even into the 90s% this time. Before I lost the laptop over the weekend, I tried various things. I tried a power reset (draining to zero, and holding down the power key for a full minute to make sure it is empty-empty). I did the calibration a number of times. I tried my old battery (at this point, with how the weekend has gone, I can't remember if the old battery worked fine, I think I was trying to calibrate it when I lost the laptop). I tired turning on and off the battery saver. The only ting that stopped the beeping and flickering was unplugging from the power adapter and running off of battery only. Does anyone have any idea of what the problem is, what to do to solve it? Yes, of course the battery itself crossed my mind -- maybe that is the issue, can a battery cause these kind of symptoms? The flickering, the beeping, the failure to take a full charge? Or is the problem something in the circuitry in my laptop? Or? But unlike Friday and much of Saturday, it was not flickering and beeping while charging from zero today, that only started at 87% -- it did it the entire time of charging on Friday and Saturday when I tried that. Help.
  14. Well, no further input. I think I am faced with either restoring from my image backup of July 2, or reinstalling the OS, while keeping all files and applications, with my bootable OS install disk from the May 2019 update. I wonder which approach is better. I've never actually restored from an image backup. I don't know if I added anything between May and July, I don't think so, just kept things updated. If I do the image restore and it screws up, I will lose all files and applications and have to do it the OS reinstall way, but without saving files and application. But that shouldn't fail, I just have never done that. I have been warned in the past to do that as a partition recovery only, not a full disk recovery. I use Acronis True Image. EDIT: OK, I am now booting again, after restoring from my backup image of July 2. Now will have to run all the updates on everything for the past month again. And add back a couple applications I had installed. Beeping continues -- seems to be the new battery I put in a week after I made that backup image. Just a single beep, maybe once a minute. The battery will not calibrate or charge to 100%. The screen keeps blipping between full bright for being plugged in and then dimmer as it is set for when on battery power -- it is not staying as one or the other unless I unplug from the power adapter. Re the beeping, it is going now at about one ever 10 seconds, then 15 seconds, and somewhere about 20 seconds, or 39 seconds. Over the course of three minutes, here is approximately the time frames, in seconds, for the single beep -- one simple beep, always short same length: 10, 25, 10, 30, 10, 15+, 10, 15, 10, 15, 8-10, 15, 15.. And since I am now straying from the original topic of this thread, I have started a new topic about the power issue, here:
  15. bmo

    Deposition

    Was that injury sustained in Baltimore..???
  16. bmo

    Fish Tale

    A Catholic for sure...
  17. bmo

    Joining The Police

    Yup - that'll work just fine...
  18. bmo

    Standing Ovation

    Opportunist huh - Would make a good Politician...
  19. Just went to try to get that, but it is not beeping now. Don't ask me. But when it was, it was not doing what you must think, it was just a single beep. When it was doing that last night after started up and charging the battery, or discharging it, the single beep was separately by a while, I don't recall, a minute or two or more. Just one beep, not a long one. This is so irritating, the restore point should have fixed it. Edit: I just found I have a bootable Norton System Recovery disk. From 2016. But despite its name, I think it is merely checking for malware. I'm running it anyway, nothing to lose, and I otherwise have hit a wall. I just booted from it, it booted fine -- as always for booting from a CD, I had to switch bios to Legacy boot rather than UEFI. But Legacy boot from a different disk worked fine. I just can't do the UEFI boot from the internal hard drive. I don't have a bootable external hard drive -- because Windows favors doing image backups instead of a clone. Meanwhile, I just remembered the sfc /scannow command to scan and repair the system. Just rant it, I went through step1, the verification, finished 100%, then it quit, giving the message: "Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation." That sounds familiar to Friday. On Friday, I ran Norton Utilities (that's when it made the restore point that restored to today, it made that before it stated anything) just as a routine thing, and let it do its thing on the registry, etc. I tried to get it to defrag the disk, but it gave a message to the effect that some engine could not be loaded, so it could not do it. So I just tried Optimizing the disk, but it gave the same message. I could run all else, but not those two. Now,with sfc /scannow, I just got a similar message, a key thing can't be run to fix anything. Don't know if that means anything, but thought I'd let it be known.
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  21. okay, i need to very carefully record the beeps when u first start the computer up.. those beeps r Morse code that tell u the error the computer is recording to tell u what exactly is wrong with it.. u should hear regardless how many beeps, short beeps and long beeps.. tell me the beep process, something like this below >>> long beep, long beep, short beep, long beep..
  22. I can't get my Windows 10 laptop to start up. This just started today. This is a Gateway laptop model NE56R, running a fully updated Windows 10. I originally thought I had an issue with a new battery in it that I have been using for about one month. I could not get the battery to calibrate, it would go only into the 90s% and the computer was beeping once or twice a minute when I was running the computer with power plugged in. With no power plugged in, only battery, there was no beep. Also, the screen brightness was going back and forth between fully bright, as when I have it plugged in, to dimmed, as when battery charge is lower and my settings change it to lower power use (forget what that's called). After several tries since yesterday to get the battery properly calibrate, running it down and it turning off, and then plugging in to recharge to 100%, I finally decided to see if I could calibrate my old battery. This morning I turned machine off the machine, unplugged, switched the two batteries. Tried to start up -- and I have been in this issue ever since, it won't start up. With the old battery, it started wanting to do startup by way of automatic repair. I figured fine, let it, maybe something will be fixed and battery will calibrate properly again. But this is now the situation, it can't make repairs, and won't start up. I did a full run of chkdsk via Command Prompt. That fixed a few things, but the computer still starts in Automatic Repair and can't repair. I put the new battery back in, it makes no difference, goes through automatic repairs and can't make the repairs, won't stat up. I have just gone to a restore point made on Friday afternoon,which things started up fine. After all done, start up still goes to Automatic Repair and can't repair or start up. (Why do I not see any earlier restore points?) I tried starting up in Safe Mode. It still goes to the Automatic Repair function at startup and won't startup. I tried starting up with debugging working, same thing, Automatic Repair, won't start up. The computer started fine on Friday, and on Saturday, although all Saturday it was doing the beeping and the battery would not calibrate. I had thought the beeping was due to the inability to calibrate the battery. Now I don't know what to think. And I hear the beeping a couple of times when it tries to start up. I've just done the restore to the Friday restore point, that should have solved it, it didn't. I don't want to have to try to restore via an image file backup, what I have is a good month old. And gee, that restore point on Friday was good. Could this new battery have messed something up that now I can't start the computer? Is the battery even related, of it the calibration only one thing affected by whatever the problem is? Hmm, I just had an idea -- maybe a power reset. How do I do that? Edit: I just found instructions for a power reset and did it. Instructions were to unplug all USB (I did, mouse only), unplug the power adapter from computer, take battery out, hold down power button for 15-30 seconds (I did it for a full minute). I then put old battery back in and tried starting. Same thing, Automatic Repair, can't start up. I then did it all over again, this time not putting in the battery, only plugging in with the power adapter. Same thing, Automatic Repair, can't start up. Help
  23. lots going on wit btc

    1. akaxXx

      akaxXx

      i was deeply saddenend  about the loss of your wife

       

    2. Rædwulf

      Rædwulf

      thank u for the condolences.. :happy:

  24. Well, my issue did not just start. It started about last maybe December or in winter anyway. If it is related to software, that is from around or soon after the Win 10 November update. But I have since gotten the Spring update, and that did not fix it. You lost the entire keyboard, and got it back at the restoration. Hmm? Could your driver for that no longer be compatible? Did you then run all updates again, and I guess if you, the keyboard still works? Hmm. Maybe a corruption. But as you know, I deleted and reinstalled my drivers. And I have the latest available. And I now find it is that one cntrl key not working. I suppose the contact simply is worn. If I could actually get in at the contact itself, I might be able to get it contacting again, but they don't make these things to get at them that deep.
  25. pras2010

    need help with office 2016 activation using kmsauto

    Thnks , will chk it out. Pras
  26. Thanks, will try it. Pras
  27. yeah actually to tell u the truth, my own damn keyboard just quit on me.. still worked but none of the keys would type except the nav keys above the function keys.. this happened to me at the same time ur problem happened.. so ive been searching feverishly for an answer for mine and urs at the same time.. i found no absolute answer for my problem or urs sorry to say.. i in the end restored to an earlier version using a restore program and it fixed it.. nothing worked at all and i do troubleshooting for a living.. so to have this problem arise at the same time urs did bothered me deeply.. im sorry to say i dont have the url to that tip, but i can say that was the only useful thing on that page sorry to say.. so my finally suggestion is to do what i did and attempt to restore either using system restore or if ur lucky like me another restore program.. good luck, my friend..
  28. Oh, wow. This sounds promising. But please clarify what you are saying. Swipe? Are you talking of putting my finger on the, say, far left cntrl key and quickly dragging it across all four of those keys, as if on a piano? And I would expect an error. Then do the same in the opposite direction? If so, does it matter which direction I do it first, or another setup before doing it? I just tired that. I got no error msg, and after several attempts, the bad control key still did not work. This might not work when one of the keys is not doing what the others are, that is, the ctrl key is not registering the swipe. I note,I even tries using the ctrl key on the right and swipe the other three keys, is same unison as if I were using the cntrl key on the left. It did not do anything. Any input will be appreciated. And this is GREAT, even though it has not worked. This is the very kind of thing that can be so hard to find, often doesn't work, but sometimes it does! And that sometimes is gold, but you can only find out by trying. The SECOND one you list, I don't know what UPD means, but I tried those combinations -- not sure what to do with them. I pressed the three different combinations of the keys, then what? I did them separately, one test at a time. Then I tested, but Cntrl key did not work. So then I pressed them again, this time pressing the ctrl key while holding down those combinations. Then tested, did not work. You seem to be saying that is a fix you found for an issue with the H, C, V and T keys. OK, not the Ctrl key, but easy enough to test and get surprised. Do I maybe have to hold those combinations down for some specific time? Or some other trick? However, that is very similar to a problem I have on two Apple aluminum keyboards, same letter keys on both, and other people in forums have the same problem with same letters, some have same problem but different letter keys. I wonder if such a combination might work to fix those! No one in all the forums anywhere has found a solution, and the keyboard cannot be opened up to get at anything, is made so it will be destroyed in order to open it. Can you tell me the URL where you found that info? Who knows what I might see there that points me to something or leads to something else. THANK YOU very much! Hey, I just got up now, and at least this got my heart pumping even before I had some coffee.
  29. Try this here >>> Found by trying: quick swipe over Alt, Win, Fn, Ctrl reproduces this "error" (no h c v t keys), quick swipe over Ctrl, Fn, Win, Alt (opposite direction) brings all the keys back. UPD: Shorter — Fn+Win or Alt+Win or Fn+Alt+Win are the keyboard shortcuts to get in and out of the state when keyboard is ignoring h c v t buttons.
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