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  1. Hi again xilolee, I wasn't aware they were using Wise PC 1stAid to submit their problems directly from that program so I guess I owe you and this forum a big apology. I applaud you and others for trying to assist others when they do not even try to help themselves by explaining their issue properly. This will be my last post. Goodbye and good luck. my2cents
  2. Hi xilolee, I still believe they are (mostly) bogus posts for the following reasons: 1. They ALL provide minimum information. 2. They ALL follow the same format of (unnecessarily) detailing their hardware (even if the problem is not related). 3. They NEVER provide any information about their specific issue (they all can't be that lazy; can they?). 4. They are MOSTLY first-time posters (too much coincidence with 1, 2 and 3 above). 5. They RARELY respond to your (or anyone else's) detailed recommendations. 6. The timing between these types of posts is uncanny. Once they start, it is like a new one is generated every few minutes, and they stop completely (for a period of time). FYI, I haven't seen one poster indicate he/she is a Wise PC First-Aid User in their opening statement today. In summary, I see how hard you (and others) work to try and assist with these bogus issues and it irks me that one person would attempt to ruin this forum. With that said, I will refrain from posting any issues but my own because there is no way that any post I've seen today is legitimate (maybe with 1 or 2 exceptions). However, my advice to you (and other assisters) is to keep your initial responses short until you are sure the OPs concern is legitimate (ie, need more information, etc). The OP should be doing most of the detailing because it is his/her issue! Good luck. my2cents
  3. Run this program and post the report: http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed.htm
  4. Have you analyzed the (unprovided) memory dump?
  5. Works fine for me. Maybe your IP address has been banned?
  6. Hello Hanson, Where is your IE cache stored? On C, D, or E drive? I only have one drive but every new poster in this forum seems to have 3 drives (like you)! All your detailed references to your OS and hardware are useless in resolving your issue. You should have provided more detail about your specific issue instead. Good luck. my2cents
  7. invalid pathname. BTW, all of those detailed specs are unnecessary and have no relevance to your issue (whatever that is because you never provided any details).
  8. Malicious posters should be banned!

  9. You can't debug anything without the specifics. However, I see you did take the time to provide much detail regarding your OS and hardware (just like all the other posts in this category).
  10. Help Support? You know quite well that doesn't make any sense; however, you took the time to detail your specs and those specs look just like every other newbie poster's in this category.
  11. Hmmm... A brief (and undetailed) Turkish description mixed with a perfectly detailed English description of the hardware. That mix doesn't make sense to me.
  12. Specific details please. BTW, what does all of your specs have to do with your issue? Please explain why you (and every other newbie post) always feels the need to identify the System Root: as C:\Windows. I have participated in numerous forums over the years and I have never seen such redundancy from new posters. Why, its almost if they are all coming from the same person!
  13. The description of "Oxc30000043 error" is inadequate.
  14. "problem" is inadequate to provide assistance. Please provide a detailed description of your issue.
  15. Some programs remember the last download path and will attempt to use it again (eg, Adobe). However, if it is a general downloading issue, then the above suggestions should fix your issue; however, if your download issue is related to a specific program, you may only have two choices: Replug in the device that was previously identified as the download storage location for the program in question. Uninstall and reinstall the offending program to reset the download storage location ( or see if that option exists as a feature). my2cents
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