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    Gresgflign reacted to wisecleaner_admin in How to speed up your PC   
    Lots of members ask the same question in our forum - My computer run very slow, how can I solve it. 
    Actually, it is easy, just run Wise Care 365, and click some buttons.
    1) Click Check Up Now to check up your system, then click Fix Now to clean system.
    2) Click System Tuneup-->System Optimizer-->Optimize. If you want to restore settings, just click System Default.
    3) Click System Tuneup-->Startup Manager-->Startup, disable useless startup programs. 
    4) Click System Tuneup-->Startup Manager-->Services, in this tab, you will see four suggestions:
        Enable - System often use this service, we suggest you enable it.
        Disable - This service can be disabled safely. 
        Keep - Maintain this service current status, you don't need to change it. If you confirm this service is useless, you don't need it, you can disable it.
        No suggestion - We don't give any suggestion for third-party services, if you confirm the service is useless, you don't need to run it when PC starts, you can disable it.
        Anyway, you can restore your operation in Records tab.
    5) Click System Tuneup-->Context Menu, disable context menu of third-party programs. 
    6) Click System Tuneup-->Disk Defrag, it will spend long time, suggest you just defrag drive C.
    7) Click System Tuneup-->Registry Defrag, be careful, it need to reboot your system. 
    8) If your PC still slow, you can try Wise PC 1stAid, the last one icon "Running speed of PC is too slow", when you reboot system, you will be shocked , your PC just like a new one.
        Be careful, before you use this function, you must to read its Notice carefully. Because, this operation will disable most IE plugins/extensions, most third-party services, most startup programs. It means some programs which you installed, will not run well.
    If all above steps cannot speed up your PC, I think your PC's hardware are out of date. 
    In this case, increase your physical memory to 4GB may be useful. 
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    Gresgflign reacted to reynaldo1226 in error0x000000d1   
    my pc has a error 0x000000d1 when i download it keeps restarting can u help me ps thank u
    Operating system:Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit) Service Pack 1
    System root: C:Windows
    Available physical memory: 1916 MB
    CPU: Intel® Celeron® CPU 925 @ 2.30GHz
    Drive Info:
    C: 148.95 GB
    Internet Explorer: 11.0
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    Gresgflign reacted to TheatreJunkie in Problem opening Word documents   
    When I click on a Word document in any of my document folders in order to open it, I get an error message: "There was a problem sending the command to the Program" and the document will not open. I get the same message if I right click on the document and select "Open with Word". How can I fix this?

    Operating system:Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) Service Pack 1
    System root: C:Windows
    Available physical memory: 4091 MB
    CPU: Intel® Core2 Duo CPU T6600 @ 2.20GHz
    Drive Info:
    C: 465.66 GB
    Internet Explorer: 11.0
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    Gresgflign reacted to RICK in UNABLE TO ACCESS THE NETWORK   
    Unable to access the network
    The connection to news.google.com was interrupted by a change in the network connection.
    Here are some suggestions:
    Reload this webpage later.
    Check your Internet connection. Restart any router, modem, or other network devices you may be using.
    Error 21 (net::ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED): A network change was detected.
    I get this a lot and slow when loading sometimes
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    Gresgflign reacted to Marcello Role in [Solved - Risolto - Win8.1] Windows Store non funziona, non si apre, va subito in crash   
    Windows Store in Windows 8.1 va in crash immediatamente dopo l'apertura

    Operating system:Windows 8.1 Pro (64 bit)
    System root: C:\WINDOWS
    Available physical memory: 4095 MB
    CPU: Intel® Core2 Duo CPU T8100 @ 2.10GHz
    Drive Info:
    C: 583,11 GB
    D: 13,06 GB
    Internet Explorer: 11.0
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    Gresgflign reacted to abdo632 in Could not reach the PIusOps Demonware Server.   
    Could not reach the PIusOps Demonware Server.

    Operating system:Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit)
    System root: C:\Windows
    Available physical memory: 3069 MB
    CPU: Intel® Core2 Duo CPU P7350 @ 2.00GHz
    Drive Info:
    C: 80.27 GB
    D: 363.97 GB
    E: 21.42 GB
    Internet Explorer: 8.0
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    Gresgflign reacted to xilolee in Halloween offer 2016 - 50% off   
    Hi all.
    I'm doing here a summary of the offer for present and future reference.
    From October 15th 2016 to November 1st 2016 the following offers are valid:
    Wise Care 365 PRO
    1 Computer, 1 Year license key: $14.95 instead of $29.95
    3 Computers, 1 Year license key: $19.95 instead of $39.95
    1 Computer, Lifetime license key: $30.00 instead of $69.95
    3 Computers, Lifetime license key: $40.00 instead of $89.95
    Wise Folder Hider PRO: $14.98 instead of $29.95
    Wise HotKey: $7.95 instead of $14.95
    Wise Video Converter Pro: $14.95 instead of $29.95
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    Gresgflign reacted to donut in Microsoft Windows Installer Error 1320   
    The Microsoft Windows Installer Error 1320 may occur when you attempt to install software on your computer. For example, when you attempt to install the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences software by IBM, you may receive an error message similar to "Error 1320. The specified path is too long. 
    C:\ProgramData\Application Data\SPSS." Several other programs that you attempt to install or uninstall an application may also produce the MSI 1320 Error.
    MSIExec.exe and InstMsi.exe Functions
    ·         When installing the SPSS software, the MsiExec.exe and InstMsi.exe functions return the MSI 1320 error if the installation folder named INSTALLDIR is mapped to a network drive.
    Path names that are too long will also return MSI 1320 errors. For example, if you work with Visual Studio and you place projects in directories other than the hard drive, commonly "C," this is likely to occur.
    DOS SUBST Command
    ·         If you placed the INSTLLDIR folder in a substituted drive using the DOS SUBST command, an MSI 1320 may be returned. The DOS SUBST command is used to associate a path with the letter of a virtual or physical drive. Errors will occur if you use the DOS SUBST command on a network drive.
    Temporarily Modify Shortcut
    ·         Modify the C:\ProgramData directory by removing the Application Data shortcut before you install the software. You'll have to show hidden files to locate the shortcut. To do this, navigate to the "Start" button and select the "Control Panel." Click "Appearance and Personalization," and then click "Folder Options." Click the "View" tab, and then click "Show hidden files and folders" located under "Advanced Settings." Click "OK." Drag the "Application Data" shortcut to your Desktop. If that's not possible, rename the folder to unlock it first, and then drag the "Application Data" shortcut to your Desktop. Place the shortcut back to the C:\ProgramData directory after you finish installing the software.
    Warnings and Considerations
    ·         Some of your settings may not be restored after you remove and then replace the Application Data shortcut. Workaround this by selecting the "Do not show hidden files and folders" option in the Folder and Search Options category. You'll also want select the "Hide protected operating systems files" option to restore your original settings.
    Contact the software or hardware manufacturer of the software or hardware you're trying to install to get the appropriate support. Visiting the manufacturer's website and posting a query on a forum may lead to a faster result.
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    Gresgflign reacted to xilolee in Menu-->Languages and Menu-->Skins don't show the last entry.   
    This happens also if I disable the display scaling in WDC executable properties.
    Video: WDC-Menu-Don't show items.zip
    Using: windows 10 x64 standard/home (with all updates installed), 150% DPI settings, DEP AlwaysOn, WinDefender, WinFirewall
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    Gresgflign reacted to leonard5185 in What are "traces" in Disk Cleaner?   
    In Disk Cleaner, there is a section to clean "files" and another for "traces". Am familiar with the named files on disk that can be a folder, file, text, executable, DLL, etc., but can you describe just what the "traces" are? I never heard of them... I looked in the online help, but no explanation there...
    Thank you.
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    Gresgflign reacted to donut in What Does Error IE 153 Mean?   
    Anyone who has worked on a Windows-based system and used Internet Explorer long enough probably has encountered the IE error 153. The error, while browsing the Internet, usually appears in a popup window with a message "Error:153 Unspecified Error." In higher versions of Internet Explorer, this standard error message may appear along with additional information, indicating "Object doesn't support this property or method."
    Error Reasons
    ·         IE 153 is a runtime error, and unlike stop errors, runtime errors will not fully arrest or freeze your computer. The IE 153 error may result in partial execution of a Web page, render a blank page or sometimes close the IE browser altogether. The error may occur due to improper or incomplete installation of a software application, if one or more software on your computer are incompatible with other software or hardware applications, or if the computer is infected with viruses or malware. Undesirable changes to the PC registry may also trigger the error.
    Virus Scanning
    ·         The error sometimes can be corrected with a full virus and spyware scan. Most PC users will have an "out-of-the-box" anti-software program already installed and running on their computers. The latest version of an anti-virus software should be installed before performing a full scan. Anti-virus software makers continuously develop and add codes into their programs to quarantine and remove newly recognized viruses. Typically, the built-in "live update" feature will automatically download the latest updates, helping the anti-virus program to scan for all known viruses. Windows Defender, for instance, helps detect several Windows-related malware and can be an option to perform a free scan.
    Registry Cleaning
    ·         IE 153 errors more often occur due to undesirable changes to the registry. Several free and paid registry cleaning software can perform diagnosis and correct potential registry problems. Registry Booster, Registry Mechanic and RegCure are among the highly rated cleaning tools. Some software makers offer free trials of their full version applications for a limited period. PC registry errors can be fixed manually. However, it requires expertise and precision to manually locate and fix registry problems. Wrongful changes to the registry can result in fatal and irreversible damages to the system.
    ·         Java, Adobe Flash Player, other plug-ins, add-ons and Web extensions, when incorrectly installed, commonly result in IE error 153. Some Windows system updates, which are installed automatically in most cases, can experience incompatibility with other software running on a computer and trigger the error. Two different versions of the same software running at the same time can also cause error 153. Users can re-install one or more recent applications and this often helps fix the IE 153 error.
    Error Prevention
    ·         It is important to have an anti-virus software running on the system at all times. Also, users should keep track of all changes that occur to their computer-- including software installations and removals. There should be sufficient Web security features on a computer to alert users to steer clear from high-risk and phishing websites. It is advisable to follow basic DIY-steps and contact free support avenues before having to pay a price for tech support to remove the error.
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    Gresgflign reacted to donut in What Security Measures Are Available to the Average Computer User?   
    When looking to secure your computer, you'll want to consider a few different factors: the security of your data against malware and hackers and the physical security of your machine. Operating systems come with basic levels of security and you can use free software to add additional security like data encryption and network firewalls. These options are available to any user, meaning you don't need to budget for expensive business licenses and complex installations.
    Security Software
    o    There are a few different types of security software available to protect your computer against malicious software, or "malware." These programs range from spyware scanners and firewalls to anti-virus programs and full security suites like Comodo Internet Security, ZoneAlarm Internet Security and AVG Internet Security. The suites have many features tied into one program, so one suite is generally enough to protect your computers. If you want to use individual programs for each function so you have more control, you can download any anti-virus, anti-spyware and firewall program you like. Many of these options are completely free for anyone, so you don't need to purchase a company version with multiple licenses, which can be pretty pricey.
    Encryption and Passwords
    o    You may know that you can enable a password on your user account, but this only goes so far. You can add an additional layer of security by enabling a secondary password through BIOS. This password will be required even to start the computer and access different settings. Enable this via the "Security" tab of your BIOS. You can also encrypt your data to make it harder for people to access your data. This protects your data even if someone else steals your physical hard drive. Use free software like TrueCrypt, AxCrypt or Cloudfogger (links in Resources) to encrypt your hard drive and all that data on it.
    Network Security
    o    For any computer connected to the Internet, network security is very important. Enabling your router's firewall prevents incoming and outgoing traffic from being hijacked, and enabling your wireless network passwords prevents random strangers from accessing your account and thus any computers on your network. Access your router's control panel to enable these options. Remember to use a strong password of numbers, letters and symbols, and avoid using any personal information like names or birthdays. You can also use Windows Firewall to select how strict your firewall is depending on what type of network you're using. Alternatively, if you're a little more tech savvy, you can use replacement router firmware like Tomato or DD-WRT, though what you can use depends on the model of router you have. This upgraded firmware has plenty of options and additional security as well as greater end-user control.
    Physical Security
    o    All the digital security in the world means little if a thief can walk away with your computer under their arm. A few methods of physical security exist to help combat or at least deter computer theft. Computer locks make use of a durable cable and lock and vary by whether you are using a laptop or desktop. Laptop locks tend to lock a laptop to a sturdy object with one cable, whereas a desktop lock will let you lock up to three devices -- like towers and monitors -- together. Companies like Kensington and Targus manufacture locks for all types of devices (see Resources). You can also use proximity detectors that sound an alarm whenever your computer is moved out of a specific area without your permission. If there are any lockers in your building you can use them to store your computer overnight when you aren't at work.
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    Gresgflign reacted to UCanFixIt in "Mark Solved" Option Now Available to Members   
    Hello all members,
    The "Mark Solved" option has been activated in the Computer Trouble-Shooting Discussion Board. Now originating posters (OPs) can select their own "Best Answer."
    How it works:
    Each member response to an originating poster's issue will now include a "Mark Solved" button that can only be seen by the OP (see image1). If a specific response solves the OPs issue, he/she can simply click the Mark Solved button for that specific response and it will automatically do two things:
    1. It will update the index to show the OPs issue as "Answered." (see image2)
    2. It will add the "Best Answer" to the top of the OPs post. (see image3)
    This new feature could really benefit members or guests that are looking for solutions while browsing or searching the Computer Trouble-Shooting Discussion Board.
    Note: The Wise Specific Product Boards do not have this feature enabled.

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    Gresgflign reacted to donut in How to Fix an Image Mastering API Error ?   
    The Image Mastering API is an interface used to allow disc-authoring applications to communicate with your disc-burning hardware and the Windows operating system. In Windows, the Image Mastering API resources and instructions are located in dynamic link library files. When an application attempts to send IMAPI instructions, the instructions in these DLL files are used. If an error occurs while trying to author a disc, rebuild these files using the System File Checker utility.

    o    1
    Save your work and restart your computer. Hold down your “F8” key continuously during startup.
    o    2
    Select “Safe Mode with Command Prompt” and press “Enter.” This runs Command Prompt in a full window.
    o    3
    Type “CD C:\Windows\System32” and press the “Enter” key to make the System32 folder the active directory.
    o    4
    Enter each of the commands below one at a time to unregister the Image Mastering API module.
    Regsvr32 /u /s imapi.dll
    Regsvr32 /u /s imapi2.dll
    Regsvr32 /u /s imapi2fs.dll
    o    5
    Type each command below one at a time to rename the Image Mastering API module files.
    Ren imapi.dll imapi.bak
    Ren imapi2.dll imapi2.bak
    Ren imapi2fs.dll imapi2fs.bak
    o    6
    Input the following commands individually to run the System File Checker utility to replace the Image Mastering API module files.
    SFC /scanfile=imapi.dll
    SFC /scanfile=imapi2.dll
    SFC /scanfile=imapi2fs.dll
    o    7
    Type “CD Drivers” and press “Enter” to change the active directory to the Drivers folder.
    o    8
    Type “SFC /scanfile=cdrom.sys” and press “Enter” to run the System File Checker on the CDROM.sys file.
    o    9
    Type “Shutdown –r –t 01” and press “Enter” to restart the computer.
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    Gresgflign reacted to Marcello Role in [Solved - Risolto - Win8.1] Windows Store non funziona, non si apre, va subito in crash   
    Ciao, ho provato a lanciare quella stringa che mi dicevi tu dal prompt dei comandi aperto a livello amministrativo.
    Inserendo i termini di ricerca sulla "search charm" li trova e li visualizza ma poi cliccandoci sopra non succede nulla.
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    Gresgflign reacted to VincePapp in The downloaded archive does not open   
    Can you suggest to me please how to fix corrupt RAR files? I´ve download a RAR file and finally I got a message that my RAR file is corrupt.. is there a tool to fix it?
    Can someone help me with this?
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    Gresgflign reacted to AllanWalters in Is it possible to regain deleted OE files?   
    Okay,  I deleted an OE local folder and subfolder by accident,  so I have tried dbxtract, as well as trying to convert dbx to eml but the convertor doesn't seem to work! ie. OE opens up when I click on dbx but doesn't display what looks like a retrieved file/folder .
    Where can I look for my files (I emptied the 'deleted' folder too) and is there any way of restoring them as they were, as eml? 
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    Gresgflign reacted to xilolee in I remember starting password but lock pass ?   
    Hi amonra61.
    Wise team has got a service (not free, you have to buy it) to recover your login password.
    But honestly I don't know if that service also covers the password recovery of files/folders.
    Hence, I think you should wait a reply from the wisecleaner team (I'm only a simple forum moderator).
    Have you already tried to send them an email ( support AT wisecleaner DOT com )?
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