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  1. Hi and welcome, frits (I have 'space' for every : and . in the link to not generate a link) If you are using Internet Explorer and get the error 'Error 403 - Forbidden' on a page, it can be remedied. This error can occur if you type the beginning of the website address in the address field (let's say 'www. homepage. com'), and select the proposal that the browser is proposing. Or if you have saved the page as a favorite, and therefore uses a url where the last part after 'https: //www. homepage. com/...' no longer exists. When you experience the error, you should: using Ctrl + Shift + Delete and delete the 'Temporary Internet files', 'Cookies' and 'Summary' set up your browser to delete browsing history on exit add 'www. homepage. com' under 'Web sites you trust' Go into the browser 'Tools' -> 'Internet Options' -> Tab 'General'. Tick ​​the "Delete browsing history on exit '(in IE 8). Go into the browser 'Tools' -> 'Internet Options' -> Tab 'Security'. Go into 'Web sites you trust' -> Sites and add any https: //www. homepage. com to the zone. Do not use your browser's favorites homepage .... Delete any existing favorite. Close and reopen the browser or the F5 key at the top of the keyboard. Then you should be able to load the 'homepage' again
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    Disk Eraser

    That's right. It won't erase "everything" on your harddrive like windows and programs you have installed and personal files
  3. Hi and welcome, ManiaBoa Try Wise Care 365, it will help
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    Disk Eraser

    Hi and welcome, iggy67 You can safely use Disk Eraser as it removes all 'unseen' traces from the previously installed without touching (let's call it) 'sore' data on your PC
  5. Have you tried to run as administrator?
  6. Hi and welcome, thophyu Try the section with red button in PC 1stAid.
  7. Hi and welcome, spif Try the section with red button in PC 1stAid. Otherwise try Wise Care 365
  8. Hi and welcome, wilson I guess, you have memory problems - in other words, on your PC Try the section with red button in PC 1stAid.
  9. Hi and welcome, STANLEY I would probably advise you to try the section with red button in PC 1stAid. Otherwise try Wise Care 365
  10. Hi and welcome, Anderson Try the section with red button in PC 1stAid. Otherwise try Wise Care 365
  11. Hi and welcome, jivvy Try the section with red button in PC 1stAid (Direct link) Or try Wise Care 365
  12. Hi and welcome, Ali What shall I say it, but try anyway from my point of view Try first section in 1stAid Otherwise you elaborate a little bit more regarding the issue. Thanks.
  13. Hi and wecome, Andrew I would say you should try Wise Care 365 as there is disorder in the register
  14. Hi and welcome, fivejacks Try the section with the red button in 1stAid
  15. Hoi and welcome, boutin Thanks for your idea. But let us take your picture. If there are no more than the pane can contain, then there's no scrool bar. However, if there are more, then there will be obviously a scrool bar
  16. Hi and welcome, tays Try Wise Care 365 to fix it. It will certainly kill the problem
  17. Hi and welcome, sudharsan Try the section with red button in 1stAid or you can try Wise Care 365
  18. Hi and welcome, getmore Try this: 1. Ctrl+Shift+A (FF Addons) 2. Select Extensions tab and find Text Enhance, and click disable and remove. How to block the Text Enhance cookie 1. From the Tools menu, select Options 2. In the upper section of the Options window, click Privacy 3. In the Cookies tab, click Exceptions 4. In the new Exceptions – Cookies window, enter Text-Enhance.com and Textsrv.com in the Address of Website field and click Disable. Adblock Plus Option Download and use Adblock Plus add on: Reported to instantly block Text Enhance. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/adblock-plus/ Hope it helps
  19. Hi and welcome, JOHNAS Try the sections with green checked in 1stAid
  20. Hi and welcome, chexman1234 Try the sections that there is a red arrow in 1stAid. If it doesn't help, try Wise Care 365 instead
  21. Hi and welcome, Haq Try the sections that there is a red arrow in 1stAid. If it doesn't help, try Wise Care 365 instead
  22. Hi and welcome, Kannampilly 1. Click Start button 2. Type cmd in the search box (above the Start button) and Enter 3. Copy and paste the below standing in the box and Enter C:\>icacls C:\ /setintegritylevel H Notice: You can change the C: \ with the drive where you have the problem 4. Try to re-installer the program I hope it helps.
  23. Hi and welcome, dalgia60 Try the green checked section (bottom of the main page) in 1stAid
  24. Go the trip again, but this time try choose the No 5 to 'Not Configured' in both places. (It stands my PC on and it runs fine) but is probably different from PC to PC. I apologize if I have shown you the difficult path regarding it.
  25. Yes, use the section with green checked in 1stAid
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