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  1. wisecleaner_admin's post in webcam for WIN8.1 was marked as the answer   
    If xilolee fixed your problem. please mark this topic has solved.
    Thank you!
  2. wisecleaner_admin's post in internet access denided was marked as the answer   
    1, Click the button Open menu on right-up corner, click Options->Advanced->Network->Settings, default setting is Use system proxy settings, you can try another, No proxy.

    2, run IE, click Tools->Internet options->Connections->LAN settings, deselect Proxy server, select Automatically detect settings, click OK to save settings.

  3. wisecleaner_admin's post in Non funziona AutoPlay was marked as the answer   
    In wise care 365->system tuneup->system optimizer, there is an option "Disable the 'Autoplay' feature on drivers to avoid virus infection"
    When you click Optimize button to optimize system, this 'Autoplay' feature will be disabled. Then plug in USB drive, system will not pop up the dialogue window.
    If you want to see this window, you can click 'System Default' button to restore settings, then reboot system.
  4. wisecleaner_admin's post in My computer keep crashing when i play games. was marked as the answer   
    I have analyzed your dump file.
    The issues may be caused by hardware. (the processor)
    You can try following methods to solve it.
    1, Try to update the motherboard chipset driver
    2, Try to update the processor driver
    3, Reinstall operation system
    4, Seek help from your computer providers
  5. wisecleaner_admin's post in [solved - Win7 SP1 x86] computer freezes when using internet was marked as the answer   
    It seems you need to uninstall the old version of Flash Player.
    Please open Control Panel---Programs----Programs and Features, Uninstall or change a program, find out Flash Player and uninstall it.
    Then install the latest.
  6. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - Win7] Symbol menu always opens in maximized window was marked as the answer   
    Try this way,
    Right click on Symbol title bar to open control menu 
    Click Size, then press Arrow keys on the keyboard to change the Symbol window to original size
  7. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - Win7] No icon was marked as the answer   
    1, Run Wise PC 1stAid, click 1st icon "Desktop icon error"
    2, Click Control Panel----Programs-----Default Programs----Associate a files type or protocol a program, find out .htm and .html, double click it and select a default opening program.
  8. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - WinXP] instalation of xp sp3 muffled my sound was marked as the answer   
    It is Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs driver, Download and install it.
  9. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - Win7] Connection Icon was marked as the answer   
    "my connection now its via ethernet cable not wifi." so, the wi-fi icon show "no connection"
    You can turn off your PC's WI-Fi connection.
    Right-click network icon----Open network and sharing center-----Change adapter settings-----right-click your wireless adapter---click Disable.
  10. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - Win7] 檔案無法安裝 - I can't install logitech mouse software was marked as the answer   
    1, Please close other applications before you start to install Logitech Installer. Include anti-virus software.
    2, Install this software first, then plug-in Logitech mouse.
  11. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - WinXP-SP2-x64] back up restore not working was marked as the answer   
    Click Start----Run---type services.msc press Enter----find out Volume Shadow Copy and double click it
    Set its startup type as Automatic.

    Restart system
    Then try to backup your system again.
  12. wisecleaner_admin's post in [Solved - Win7] BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH(BSOD) - caused either by hotspot shield or not updated/corrupt graphic card driver was marked as the answer   
    Try following steps:
    1, Run Wise Program Uninstaller to uninstall "hotspot shield"
    2, Right-click Computer---Manage----Device Manage, find out Display adapters and double click it, ----Driver, can you see the Digital Signer as Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher?

    If not, click Roll Back Driver to roll back to a early version.
    If yes, click Uninstall, then re-install the driver. The driver version must be official and has Microsoft digital signer.  You can download driver from the graphic's providers website.
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