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    Hi:

     

    The 8 digit code is a system disabled code.

     

    You need to enter that code in the box at the link below and the website will generate an unlock passcode for you.

     

    https://bios-pw.org/

     

    You restart the PC, and enter that unlock passcode.


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    Thank you ..... It DID work wonderfully.

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    You're very welcome.


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    I've tried that site and when I am trying to install the program I get this message:

     

    "2007 Microsoft Office system Setup has stopped working.  A proble, caused the program to stop working correctly.  Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available."

     

    Succinctly, I have not received any notification.

     


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    Well, since that file came 'straight from the horse's mouth' as it were, I would say your only alternative would be to either replace the DVD drive, or borrow a USB DVD drive from someone and install Office via the DVD.


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    Or ....

     

    Download the free "LibreOffice" software -- it can read and write MS Office/Excel/PowerPoint files.

    Plus, it is ten years "newer" then Office 2007.

     


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  • 06/23/17--22:08: Re: Teredo Tunneling adapter
  • >  Problem with Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter.    When i try to run a fix it does not work.

     

    Teredo is a transition technology that gives full IPv6 connectivity for IPv6-capable hosts that are on the IPv4 Internet but have no native connection to an IPv6 network.

     

    Question: do you have a need for your computer to communicate with a computer that has an IPv6 IP-address, but which does not announce its IPv4 IP-address?

     

    Probable answer:  you do not need it.  If you did, then the system-administrator of that remote computer will give you instructions on how to use Toredo to access that remote computer.

     

    The Other Person referenced a YouTube video that disablesToredo.

    From a "computer-security" point-of-view, it's probably good to disable what which you never will use -- lock-and-bar a door into your home that you never use.

     

    Anyway, the trouble-shooter is correct, but, in this case, is "irrelevant" to your needs. So, just IGNORE that error-message.

     


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    >  Confirm Form Resubmission Google Chrome Error

     

     

    This can happen on an online E-commerce web-site.

     

    For example, you have picked some items, loaded them into your "shopping-cart", and clicked "check-out".

     

    On that "check-out" page, you enter your personal information, and your credit-card details.

     

    When you click "Purchase" (or "Buy Now"), then your order is submitted, and your credit-card is charged, and a web-page appears that says "purchase completed".

     

    Do not press the 'F5' keyboard key, which cause the web-page to be re-submitted, i.e., you have just repeated your order, and your credit-card gets charged again.

     

    So, if you did press 'F5', Google Chrome indicates "please confirm that you wish to re-submit your order, to double-up your purchase", by reporting "Confirm Form Resubmission".

     

    This is a feature of Google Chrome to try to protect you from your attempt to "double" your order.

     

    This is *NOT* an error in the programming of Google Chrome.

     

    Since it is *YOU* who made the "error", keeping you away from the F5 key on the computer is the only PERMANENT fix.

     

     


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  • 06/24/17--03:09: about laptop
  • hi,

    my laptop will sutdown if i remove the charger from the laptop and it will start  if i pulg the charger again what might be the problem how to resolve this

     


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  • 06/24/17--03:34: Re: about laptop
  • Hi,

    It could be that the battery is no longer keeping a charge. You might need to change the battery. Try performing system health scan and diagnostics of the bettery.

     

    https://support.hp.com/za-en/document/c00372177

     

    Let me know,

    David

     

     


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    Dear Community,

     

    At first: my English isn't perfect because I’m from Germany.

     

    I’m in trouble with a ML100 G5 Server. This system is just responsible for the exchange connection. But by now it will not start after a power error.

     

    Before the system starts, the bios send an error and block the start up.

    By the way: the CPU FAN works the whole time on full power! (There are 2 connections, 1 for the heat sink, 1 for the CPU Fan).

     

    Error log show the following message:

     

    Sensor type: 04-fan

    Sensor number:31- cpu fan

    Event typ: 01- Thresholdd

    Event Description: low Critical Going Low. Assertion

     

    CPU0 Diode showing N/A.

     

    Seems that the sensor- information is missing and so the fan works on full speed and the Bios avoid the start up.

     

    It is the first time that the old lady causes such a trouble.

    Is it helpful to change the cooler with heatsink?


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