Posted 24 October 2010 - 10:38 PM
hey there folks,
I just have a quick question for you. A few months ago, I had put in a request for an issue with Windows Explorer. Now, three months later, I get my computer back, and after a failed reimage that turned into a reinstall of the OS due to a hard drive replacement, I have mostly skeleton programs after the tech support at my college copied my old settings over to the new hard drive. Since a windows reinstall has already been done, I'd like to not go that root, but I need my programs restored to living copies rather than skeletons. Among those that do not function are Eset nod32, AIM, Visual Studio 2010, Winamp, MS Office, a few games I have, Windows live, and JAWS 11.0. I've tried installing new copies over the skeletons that currently reside, and I have been getting lots of errors saying "The feature you're trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable". That's with Windows Installers, and when I try running one of the programs copies I often get: "the application failed to start because it's side by side configuration is incorrect." If anyone can explain this and help me bring my computer back to life, I'd really appreciate it. Many thanks to all who can give me a hand!
The AccessCop Network is just me and my crew.
Some call me The Queen of Cambridge