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    Sorry but NO. Joe

    Sorry but NO.

    Joe
  2. Unless you changed the account name of The...

    Unless you changed the account name of The Administrator your account is a member of the administrative group. You are an administrator but that is not the same as the built-in Administrator account....
  3. Thread: SSD Hard Drive

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    @Chuck, Did you even bother to read the article?...

    @Chuck,
    Did you even bother to read the article?

    Joe
  4. Thread: SSD Hard Drive

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    @Jerry, I believe he is talking about...

    @Jerry,
    I believe he is talking about http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/165823-ram-info?p=978291&viewfull=1#post978291.

    Joe
  5. Turning off Windows Defender and the Windows...

    Turning off Windows Defender and the Windows Firewall is by design. When you install a third party product that properly registers with Windows to perform A/V functions Windows Defender is turned...
  6. Thread: ram info

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    [SOLVED] Do NOT turn off the Windows defrag function. Let...

    Do NOT turn off the Windows defrag function. Let Windows manage the defrag even of SSDs. It is not true that SSDs never need defragging. See The real and complete story - Does Windows defragment your...
  7. Thread: ram info

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    [SOLVED] It doesn't appear to me that you have a case for...

    It doesn't appear to me that you have a case for a warranty replacement or return. You are not saying the PC is malfunctioning. It appears you just don't like the design decisions Acer made. I think...
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    If it gets to the Windows logo it is not a BIOS...

    If it gets to the Windows logo it is not a BIOS password. Since you've cleared any account passwords. It is highly likely it is some program that is started during the boot process. The registry keys...
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    Those keys are used for programs that are started...

    Those keys are used for programs that are started when you boot the PC. You haven't specifically said where in the boot process the password request occurs. But, if the password request is immediate...
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    Can you use the "registry editor" part of "NT...

    Can you use the "registry editor" part of "NT Password & Registry Editor" to examine and possibly update the two most common keys for startup:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run &...
  11. Since you posted in the Outlook forum, I'm...

    Since you posted in the Outlook forum, I'm guessing your really mean Outlook 2013. The current Office version of the desktop applications supplied with Office 365 is Office 2013. In my Calendar for...
  12. [SOLVED] It is NOT clearly an Office issue. It may be the...

    It is NOT clearly an Office issue. It may be the iCloud add-in does not work correctly with the current patched version of Outlook 2013. It is not necessarily up to Microsoft to ensure that third...
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    Workaround to install KB3020114

    Microsoft has posted a workaround for those having trouble with this patch. See How to install Windows 10 Technical Preview Update KB3020114.

    Joe
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    Warning about the December patches

    KB3022827 may not install on machines with Office 2013. From Yet Another Update for Windows 10 Build 9879, But This One's a Doozy (Updated) by Paul Thurrott:

    "Update: There are actually three...
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    Are you aware that with Outlook 2013 (not sure...

    Are you aware that with Outlook 2013 (not sure about 2010) you have options for how the ribbon is displayed. You can auto-hide it in a manner similar to the Windows task bar. Or you can have it...
  16. I have not seen any new hardware released...

    I have not seen any new hardware released recently that is running RT. Even the inexpensive small tablets are running x86 processors. Most of the small notebooks are running an Intel ATOM processor...
  17. Look at the newest released hardware. They are...

    Look at the newest released hardware. They are not RT. They are Intel processors running the x86 version of Win 8.1.

    Joe
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    The ONLY plus that I know about with using a...

    The ONLY plus that I know about with using a vendor's software is that it will allow you to use all the features and functions of the device. The basic Windows drivers just get the device working and...
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    See if Disabling the Wireless Feature on a Home...

    See if Disabling the Wireless Feature on a Home Router helps.

    Joe
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    If it is a certificate for one website the...

    If it is a certificate for one website the browser does not control the expiration. The website owner purchases a certificate from a trusted authority such as Thawte or Go Daddy. The certificate has...
  21. Are the folders among the protected folders?...

    Are the folders among the protected folders? Program Files, Program Files (x86), Windows.
    Are the files marked as read only?
    Even thought the account names on the PCs may be the same the internal...
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    See if Windows 7: Zip Folders - Enable or Disable...

    See if Windows 7: Zip Folders - Enable or Disable Windows Explorer View helps.

    Joe
  23. The read only attribute on folders does not mean...

    The read only attribute on folders does not mean read only. The read only attribute on a folder on means the folder has been customized. See You cannot view or change the Read-only or the System...
  24. Thread: updates

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    [SOLVED] Chuck, For the current commercially available...

    Chuck,

    For the current commercially available and supported versions of Windows and other Microsoft products on the second Tuesday of each month (AKA, patch Tuesday) Microsoft releases fixes....
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    That particular error code is for an incompatible...

    That particular error code is for an incompatible driver. See Error 0xC1900101 – 0x40017 when installing Windows 8.1 for more information.

    Joe
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