There's time yet :)
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There's time yet :)
I think the Kernal USB Software will be part of the Chipset drivers - Video drivers if AMD.
Wonder if Event Viewer recorded anything on the install fail ?
I may be unjustly blaming them as I have my gmail registered for notifications and I don't get any on there.
I may have earlier used my secondary ISP e-mail but re-registered because I had...
It's a line of text above the Welcome "username" etc. and includes a hyperlink which gives you http://www.penton.com/privacy-policy/
Sad to hear that you've lost an old friend even it if it did get crotchety towards the end.
I should think there are plenty of enforced Comcast users on the forum who will be able to help you out...
Perhaps these will help you decide.
Are you booting up with the install disk or doing it like this http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html
While it will tell you if it has found any faults, it won't itemise them but it does deal with Flash problems in FF.
If you'd like I can burn a couple of Win 7x64 Pro SP1 bootable disks with the eicfg file removed which makes them universal Win 7x64 install disks up to Ultimate and send them to you, but you'd need...
Rubin already has the ISO and as he can work in Safe Mode with Networking, the USB/DVD tool shouldn't be a problem to download from my link.
If your computer will boot from an USB then you can opt to create a bootable USB with https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/windows-usb-dvd-download-tool
I created a bootable USB and tested it,...
I don't know if I've suggested to you to run this tool http://www.anvisoft.com/browser-repair-tool.html
It can sort out some browser problems but clicking on the browser icon in the left pane will...
If it won't accept the parameter when doing it within Windows then as you have a Win 7 SP1 disk, you can boot up with that and perform either a chkdsk x: /f or an offboot sfc /scannow.
You could factory reset it and then just stick back on what would be helpful for your son as he may need to download something occasionally for school, which he wouldn't be able to do with a non...
You can reset IE to defaults either by going Start - type tmp and click on Change temporary Internet file settings or in All Control Panel Items and click on Internet options.
Click on the...
Did you check Programs and Features for any strangers ?
Then it's possible you have picked it up as a PuP when you've installed something.
Do you have anything in Programs and Features that you haven't installed ?
That is the same report as you had posted before and is a read-only where it only reports but doesn't fix anything.
You must enter chkdsk c: /f for it to fix any corruption.
Yes, they've changed some of the terminology - Report used to be listed as the option for the Logfile.
Is this the first time you have run ADW or have you installed anything since the last scan ?
You could also try this MS Fixit https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/mats/ie_performance_and_safety
Even when you reinstall IE, it retains the add-ons so resetting it to defaults first is usually...
Looks like Nate beat me to it.
Was that in the lower pane during the scan or was it in the report ?
You could create a restore point, allow ADW to delete and then see if anything doesn't work afterwards - at least that's what I...
Perhaps the chkdsk /f may improve matters if Rubin ever gets around to running it :D:
If it was a dodgy mouse wheel, wouldn't that also have affected the font size when pressing the CTRL key on the virtual keyboard, which wasn't the case when Rubin tried it ?