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Try to open the file without double-clicking...right click on it instead and select "open with". You should be able to navigate to "MS Word" to use when opening the file. Let me know how that goes for you.
Google Advanced Desktop Search finds the files but when I click a file it doesn’t open in MS Word but rather in Firefox with the below message at the top in a box.
The message is a common one. We all get that on occasion. It's part of our anti-spam/troll/malware effort. Just wait a few minutes and try it again. If you received it after you already had connected and were trying to post a log, then you should try to upload the log instead of pasting it.
The only issue has been I just discovered I can not post to the “Spyhammer.com” website. I get the error message below and the email address of ADM1N is bogus.
HTTP Error 403 Forbidden
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If you get this message in error, please contact the ADM1N and provide the date and time of this message.
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Posted 24 June 2012 - 04:51 PM
I can suggest that you uninstall Nero if you don't use it often. When you know you will have a need for it, you can probably run it from the disk. I had one of these type of disk burning programs years ago and I can't say with certainty, but I believe it was from roxio. As I recall, that one had a feature allowing the user to run the program from the disk instead of installing it...or if yours doesn't offer that option, you can install it for your purpose at hand, then uninstall it when finished to keep the disk a bit more light weight.
I removed the programs you suggested and a few I don’t know how they got on there, about 800 meg so a long way to go. As you can see NERO is the biggest program hog. Am going through all programs and files to see which ones to remove, will run CC and repost results. I’ve got 11 gig of music so I can put that on an old HD.
FYI: I successfully defragged the hard drive about 7 months ago.
There’s a lot of Microsoft Net.framwork programs, about 300 meg worth. I’ve had problems with these in the past and have gotten mixed advice from MS tech support. When I do a MS Update Scan I always get notices to install some of these programs (versions 1-4). I install and get the message programs successfully installed, reboot. Doing another MS Update Scan I get the same message to install the same programs. One MS Tech support person told me as long as I have the most up to date version (Framework 4) that covers everything and the others are not needed. Another support person told me to leave them all installed. Any advice on these?
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