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Q: Solved: Reading .docx documents

I have Microsoft Office Professional 2000 and Microsoft Works 2000. I have one client who keeps trying to send me .docx documents, which I think are Microsoft Works documents, but I cannot open it with either of the above. Is there some way I can set up my Folder Options (or elsewhere) so that I can open and read .docx documents?

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A: Solved: Reading .docx documents

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People keep sending me files using the above file types. A lot of it is for church verses, etc. I tell them that I have no program to read this but they send them anyway. I usually type them back and say use another method. Is there any program out there that will read doc or docx programs? Free if possible. Word processor will not read the docx files nor notepad or wordpad. Nothing I have opens these files. It gets annoying that everyone else has this systems but I don't. Hoping for some advice and a free program or a hint at where the program is. Thanks

A:Solved: reading doc or docx files?

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Is it possible to get Open Office to open .docx attachments? Allan

A:Solved: Opening .docx documents.

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i have received an important email with 2 attachments. one is an xlsx document and one is a docx document and my computer will open neither. What do i need to open them.

A:xlsx and docx documents

Hello sueprice84 & welcome

They are MS Office 2007 documents. Download the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats Here.

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How do I add a tag to .docx documents in Vista? The field in which to do this only shows up for documents with a .doc extension. Can I make or change a setting so that this option is always available for all .docx documents? Right now only the Title and Author(s) fields (at the bottom of the page of the directory showing the individual documents) are available.

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I bought a new computer that runs Windows 7. I installed my copy of Office Ultimate 2007on it, then I uninstalled the trial version of Office 2010 that the computercame with. Then I transferred my files to my new computer.

Every Office program works correctly except Word 2007. While it does recognizes Word 97-2003 documents, it will not recognize Word 2007 documents (docx) and it will not create them either.

Instead, they are displayed with the wrong icon -- not the Word Document icon (blue and white with the W on it), but as a white rectangle withlines across and DOCX on the bottom. I instructed the computer to open these files with Word, and it does open them. In fact, I can edit and save them. However, they save as the unrecognized DOCX files and not as a Microsoft Office Word file.

If I run Word and instruct it to save a New Microsoft Office Word document, it also saves them as the odd DOCX files and not as Microsoft Word Documents. Thus it seems like Word will not make Word files.

When I check the file properties by right clicking, it says this for the type of file: "DOCX File(.docx)." It also says that Microsoft Word opens these documents.

If I check the properties of a Word 97-2003 document, it says it isthis type of file: "Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document (.doc)."

When I discovered the problem I re-installed Office Ultimate 2007, butit did not fix the problem.

I created one of these DOCX files and emailed it to myself. Then I o... Read more

A:Solved: docx. identified by Word as DOCX

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I frequently get e-mail with attachments in MS Word. I don't have it - I have Wordperfect Suite 7 and there is no way of converting the attachment to readable form.

With all the new "free" services on the Internet are there any places where I can upload the file to read it in MSWord or conversely download something so I can read it.

A:{SOLVED} Reading Word Documents

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Dear all,

For some reason my installation of Word 2007 has stopped opening .docx documents from desktop shortcuts of from Recent Files in Windows 7. I get the error message "There was a problem sending the command to the program" and Word opens, but not the document. I can open documents from Open>File within Word.

Other web resources suggested it might be a registry problem so I changed all registry entries for .docx to .docx.old and rebooted, then manually configured the shortcuts using Open With, choosing Word 2007. Even doing this Word is not actually recognising the .docx as a Word Document - the file type still shows ".docx file"

I have tried repairing Word and even reinstalling, but to no avail. Anyone got any ideas?

System is 64 bit version of Windows 7 Home premium running on Dell Inspiron 1545 with 2.2GHz Dual-Core Pentium Processor and 3GB ram.

Thanks in anticipation.


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I recently installed the Microsoft Office 2010 Beta, but this morning its intro screen stays stuck at "Starting Microsoft Office Click-to-Run." Googling it resulted in only two threads, neither of them having the answer.

I'm back to using Office 2007, by simply setting my Word and Excel documents to open by Office 2007 by default, but now my Word and Excel icons have become much less pretty, such as my Word icons becoming a very plain "DOCX" icon instead of the normal "blue W" icon. I checked, and the file types are still regular Word documents. Is there a way to get the pretty icons back?

A:Office 2010 Problems: "Starting Microsoft Office Click-to-Run" & Unattractive DOCX icons for Word documents.

Regarding changing the icon:
Go to either My Computer or Windows Explorer.
Click Tools, Folder Options, File Types tab.
Scroll down to the DOCX file type (file types are in alphabetical order), click on it one time to highlight it.
Click the Advanced button.
The "Edit File Type" screen appears.
There is a Change Icon button in the top right area.
Click the Change Icon button.
You should have other icon choices to pick from.
Side note: If you don't like any of those icons, you can always hit the Browse button,
and browse to where other icons are, (you can assign any icon to any file type that you want, it is a matter of personal preference).
Icons are found in .exe files (executables), some (not all) .dll (dynamic link library) files, and .ico files.

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Hey guys,

I've attached The latest DMP file in the troubled PC as well as DM log collector Data for you to review.
Would appreciate any helpful answers.

Thank you so much.
P.S: Im the company's System Administrator.

A:BSOD when reading word documents

Hello, aviv18391. I will try to help you with this. You had 1 dump file within the last 2 months. This is what was blamed

fffff800`04f4d718 fffff880`04b4f512Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\igdkmd64.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for igdkmd64.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for igdkmd64.sys

start end module name
fffff880`04a92000 fffff880`04ed0220 igdkmd64 T (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: igdkmd64.sys
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\igdkmd64.sys
Image name: igdkmd64.sys
Timestamp: Thu Aug 08 09:38:55 2013 (5203AD7F)
CheckSum: 0044D281
ImageSize: 0043E220
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
That is your Intel Graphics driver and as you can see, it is pretty old. Please update the driver from your motherboard's web site. You also had

fffff800`04f4cde0 fffff880`05494170Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\NETwsw02.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for NETwsw02.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for NETwsw02.sys

start end module name
fffff880`05276000 fffff880`055fd000 NETwsw02 T (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: NETwsw02.sys
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Hi there

Please help me choose a device for reading ebooks and documents

I read a large amount of documents (PDFs, RTFs, DOCs, but mostly PDF ebooks) on my desktop and my laptop. Its not exactly as easy on the eyes as reading actual books or printouts, so I try to print out as much as possible, when I can afford it, but lately it is not cost effective because of the price of paper, ink, etc. Also, I want to read on the go, and my laptop is too heavy to lug it around.

First I Googled the web in search for some service which would printout my pdf's in a double-sided book/booklet form and then mail them to me. Couldn't find anything like that. Pity, because it would be useful if it was cheaper than buying a high-end printer.

Then I've thought about getting an Amazon Kindle. Looked good at first, but then I discovered the fact that it cant read PDFs and DOCs and I would have to purchase books all over again even though I already have gigabytes worth of pdfs and documents on my desktop harddrive. Funny how Amazon dont market the fact that it cant read PDFs and bury critical reviews to the bottom of the page. Sneaky, sneeeaky Amazon and Jeff Bezos. Nice try.

I've also thought about getting a PDA, but the screens are waay too tiny.

So I guess the best option is to get a tablet PC. But are there many lightweight tablets with a kickass screen and a long battery life?

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A:Need help choosing a device for reading ebooks and documents


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For many years I used Outlook Express 6 in XP and saved the emails in the appropriate subject folders in My Documents.

The XP PC has given up the ghost and I have just transferred My Documents onto my Windows 8 machine.

However I cannot open any of the saved emails and it is asking me for a file to associate them with.

Can anyone help please?


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My word Docx file got damaged due to virus infected Docx file, I have crucial important data lost so how to repair corrupted Docx files. If you have any solution for recover and repair my corrupted Docx file, please assist me.

A:My word Docx file got damaged due to virus infected Docx file

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I have searched forums and don't seem to be able to find the same problem I am experiencing with docx and Windows Live Mail.
Attachments received in Live Mail are showing as prohibited file type and are deactivated.
I am able to go back to my ISP server and open them with Open Office. It seem strange to me that files probably created by Microsoft software should be so dangerous in another Microsoft application. Are the trying to get me to purchase MS Office again.
My cynicism aside, I would appreciate any help or advice.

A:Solved: docx again

This link should sort it out http://www.go4expert.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11753

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I have win/xp pro and word 2000 and I'm trying to open a word document DOCX, but it will not open. Someone said I have to download a converter from MS web site or have the sender resend it as a RTF file. Can someone help. Thanks

A:Solved: docx

Look here

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Until recently, I've been using Microsoft Word 2007, but recently I've had to switch back to using an earlier version of Word. I believe it's Microsoft Works 8. Now, I'm unable to open any of the files that I created while using Microsoft Word 2007 because the file type they use is .docx. Is there a way to either convert the files or make .docx compatible with Microsoft Works 8?

Also, I'm not sure if this is relevant, but if it helps, my operating system is Windows Vista.

A:Solved: .docx Compatibility

try this http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/648094-solved-how-do-i-open.html?highlight=.docx

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Hi, I noticed recently that my Microsoft Word 2007 student verson now makes the extention of a saved document . docx As of last week, it was .doc What is the difference? I don't remember changing any settings. Is it something I should try and change back?

A:Solved: .doc verses .docx

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I am using MS Word 97.
What is the easiest way of reading docx files sent to me by cutting-edge associates?

A:Solved: docx files

Upload the DOCX file to Zamzar and they'll convert it to a DOC.


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Is there a way of opening Docx files. I am running windows XP and have word 2000. I am just getting a load of symbols.

A:Solved: Docx files

You need to download and install the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack.

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What software do I need to open a word docx document sent as an email attachment, please??

A:Solved: word docx

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Hello - we have Microsoft XP and use Firefox and Outlook Express. There are some needed email attachments I cannot open. docx is one of them. When I try, a window pops up saying....'This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the folder options control panel'. So I try... get into My Computer, Control Panel and then to the second box on the left-hand-side (Other Places). Into Folder Options and File Types. I choose the first DOCX File (not the second DOCX which is Microsoft Word XML Document) but where do I go from there. Do I click onto New, Change or Advanced? All those options require further information that I'm unable to provide. Can anyone please help?

A:Solved: Unable to open docx attachments

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I have Microsoft Office 2003. My friend has Windows Vista so I assume she has Office 2007. She sent me a word file with the extension of docx. I cannot open it up. When I tried to open the attachment, it asked what file created it. I clicked Microsoft Word. It opened the attachment but it looked like it was in computer language. How can I open this file so that I can read it? Do I need to update anything?


A:Solved: Word attachment with docx extension

You need to have the Compatibility Pack installed for your Office 2003.
Check out this link:


Regards !

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Because I hate the "ribbon" in MS Office 2007/10, I have retained MS Office 2000 on my XP desktop, and have installed the latest compatibility pack for it. I have had no problem opening all .docx files, whether produce by MSO 2007 or -2010. . . unless they're password protected. Clicking on them gives me an error message that says, "The document name or path is not valid" and suggests that I "check file permissions" or "use File Open to locate the document."

Is there any way to open password protected .docx (or .xlsx) files with MSO 2000?

A:Solved: Docx files will not open with MSO 2000

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Win 7 64bit with MS Office 2003 Pro with SP3.

Tried opening a 'docx' from a known source created with Office 2007, But my Word would not open it and telling me to download 'file format converter from MS.

Downloaded and installed, still can't open 'docx' and still telling me to download and install the same file.

Opened Control Panel and the 'File Format Converter' file is not shown as being installed.

Tried installing as 'Adminstrator', no joy. My A/virus or Malware show any alarms or any logging of any problems.

Any clues


A:Solved: Cannot open 'docx' with Office 2003 Pro - Help

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I keep lots of recipes on my computer. When I search for an ingredient I want to use - say Marsala wine - I will use the Windows Explorer search feature within my "recipes" folder. If I have saved a recipe as a .pdf or .doc, the file will appear in the search results; however, if the file was saved as a .docx, it will not appear even though I know it is there. I recently started using PowerDesk and have tested the search to see what happens in that application. It finds the files, but they all show up with the same name "document.xml". The only way to tell which file is which, is to look at the path information where it will show the file's name.docx with "/word" at the end. I have started re-saving the files as Word 97-2003, but there are so many that I'd rather figure out the problem.

A:[SOLVED] Search can't find .docx files

Hi and welcome to TSF see if the suggestions here can be of help How to use Windows 7 search - Microsoft Community

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I've experienced this problem twice in the past week. Here is my current problem:

New Windows 8 computer
Moved Office 2010 install from old computer to new computer
Copied all documents to new computer by installing the old drive in the new computer (NTFS to NTFS)

When trying to open any DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, or PPTX files that are stored in the Documents folder I get permission errors. Word will open an RTF file just fine. If I try to use any Office programs to save a file to the Documents folder, I also get permission errors. I can move the file to the Desktop and work with it just fine. I can then move it back to the Documents folder.

Here are the errors when trying to open files:
Word - Word cannot open the document: user does not have access privileges
Excel - 'C:\Users\xxxxxx\Documents\Book1.xlsx' could not be found
Powerpoint - The path or file name for C:\Users\xxxxxx\Documents\Presentation1.pptx is invalid.

When I try to use one of these programs to save to the Documents folder, I get the following error:
You don't have permission to save in this location.

I tried copying the files two different ways to eliminate any lingering NTFS permissions. I used a linux box to copy from the old drive to EXT4, then to a linux formatted FAT drive. I plugged this FAT drive into the Windows machine and moved the files over but got the same errors. Next, I copied the files from the old drive to a FAT32 drive using another Windows box. Then I tool the FA... Read more

A:Solved: Office 2010 Can't Open Or Save Documents in My Documents Folder

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Unfortunately I lost many,many files from My Documents, probably about 100. Fortunately I had just installed Carbonite a few days before.

So now, when I click on My Documents, I get this long list of files I deleted. How can I copy all the correct files back from Carbonite to my regular Documents?

A:Solved: Need to copy Carbonite files back to my regular Documents Documents

You have flagged this being solved, were you able to restore your files?

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Recently, I moved several MS Word 2007 documents from my new Vista laptop to my desktop Vista PC, which also has Office 2007, so the Office software is compatible.

I don't know whether this transfer triggered the glitch but now, whenever I open a docx document, I get a prompt saying:

"Windows cannot find 'C:\Users\Stephen C. Galleher\Documents\Stephen's Documents\Quotations, etc\Gratitude.docx'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again." [SEE ATTACHMENT #1: "Prompt Upon Opening docs Document"]

Odd...but then the document does, in fact, open.

But the document that opens is in compatibility mode [Read only] mode. [SEE ATTACHMENT #2: "This Is What Opens"]. This is odd!!

Then, when I go to save as as Word 2007 document, I get this prompt:

The file ... already exists: Do you want to o Replace the existing file. o Save changes with a different name; o Merge changes into existing file."
[SEE ATTACHMENT 3: "This Happens When I Save as docx Document."]

This glitch or series of glitches does not occur when I open a Word document in an older version, only when I open a docx document.

What the devil is going on? And how can I correct it?

Any help would be so, so appreciated!

A:Solved: Peculiar Happenings When Opening and Saving as docx in MS Word 2007

This problem was becoming pretty unbearable. So I did a REPAIR install of Office 2007, and the problem seems to have disappeared. Docx documents are opening fine now. Mystery came, and mystery went.

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I recently installed Microsoft Office 2013 and now when I click on a Word DOC or a PowerPoint slide presentation created in my previous Office edition (2010) I get a dialogue indicating that Windows can't open the DOCX file and asking if I want to use the Web or an installed program to open the file. I downloaded Microsoft's Compatibility Viewer for Word 2007, but I got the same dialogue box. Is there a program that can convert all of the Word DOCX and PowerPoint entries that I have at one time? Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.

A:Solved: Installed Office 2013. Now Word DOCX and PowerPoint aren't read:

Did you install Office 2013 or the Office 365 version?

Also did you uninstall a earlier version?

Check the Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Default Programs\Set Associations to see what extension is set to be used by Word, Excel and etc.?

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whenever I open docx file there is hidden file ~$name of file.docx created. which type of file is that? Is it in virus, maleware. for example If I open house.docx file then ~$house.docx file created which is hidden form. I had saw this file when i select show all hidden file option. when i try to open ~$house.docx file it show message the file is corrupted and cannot be open.please help.

A:hidden file of docx file created with ~$name of file.docx file

That's normal and nothing to worry about.
It's a temp file Word creates when you open a file.
If Word closes normally, the temp file gets deleted.

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Hi there i have just bought 2x1GB of ram, but each chip is only reading as 512MB i have 4 memory slots, the stats are below, i have clocked it upto 400MHZ as thats what the RAM says
i tried forcing it to read 3GB of ram (thats what it makes up in total) but it froze the PC.

here are the stats and motherboard

AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3700+

Memory Slot 1/4
Installed Enabled Size 512 MB
Form Factor DIMM
Frequency 333.0 MHz
Slot DIMM0
Enabled Size 512 MB
Total Bit Width 64 b
Data Bit Width 0 b
Memory Slot 2/4
Installed Enabled Size 512 MB
Form Factor DIMM
Frequency 333.0 MHz
Slot DIMM1
Enabled Size 512 MB
Total Bit Width 64 b
Data Bit Width 0 b
Memory Slot 3/4 (is really 1GB of RAM)
Installed Enabled Size 512 MB
Form Factor DIMM
Frequency 333.0 MHz (should be 400MHZ)
Slot DIMM2
Enabled Size 512 MB
Total Bit Width 64 b
Data Bit Width 0 b
Memory Slot 4/4 (is really 1GB of RAM)
Installed Enabled Size 512 MB
Form Factor DIMM
Frequency 333.0 MHz (should be 400MHZ)
Slot DIMM3
Enabled Size 512 MB
Total Bit Width 64 b
Data Bit Width 0 b

how do i go about forcing it to read the 3GB of RAM without the blue screen or freezing?

A:2x1GB Ram only reading as 512MB each - clock is 400MHZ but only reading as 333MHZ

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Q: .docx

My pc randomly converted all of my word documents to .docx yesterday.

Why did it do this without my permission?

Is it better to have .docx or .doc?

What other random things in 8 should i be aware of going on without my permission?


I've never heard of .doc files automatically being converted to .docx. Generally speaking, the .docx is a better file format as it's a compressed xml format. Saves you on disk space.

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Q: Docx

When I save some of my documents, they save with the suffix .docx. Then when I send them to people, no one can open them. What's happening?


docx is the new format that office 2007/2010 uses for doc files. Essentially they are compressed xml files.

If your friends don't have these versions of office, they won't be able to open the files. I'd just suggest changing your default file format to .doc and then you won't have issues with people who have older versions of MS office.

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Q: Docx

I actually made this request with another forum, and cannot find it (duh).

Fortunately I emailed my friend the response, and this is what we have so far.

I'm writing for a friend of mine who has xp. She can't open attachments .docx - I know its something to do with win7, (she has xp) - You can tell the doc wont open unless its associated with something. Would not open in Word (I presume she has an earlier version than the latest Word document.

Why does this happen and how to fix please?

The reply was :

The .docx format is a newer format introduced and used in Office 2007, and still used in 2010.
You need to install this Compatibility Pack so that she can view the new format in older versions of Office.
Download details: Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats

This is where we are up to. I downloaded the site for her, and she now tells me the following. (The docs still won't open)

There was an error opening the file. Microsoft word

Could you please take over and help ??



My neighbor recently trashed his Dell computer, so of course I snatched it up for parts

Now my problem is I took parts from my HP (CPU, RAM, HD) and put it in the Dell because it holds more RAM. Everything is working fine, got a clean install of windows going, however under My Computer, I only see the one HD. The HD is showing under Device Manager and it says it's working fine. I'm just trying to get it so I can use both HD's to download and store info too.

Any help is much appreciated !

A:Solved: Help reading 2nd HD !

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I have a problem I can't seem to work out.
I have Asus AiBooster runnning on my desktop so I can keep I eye on temps etc, lately it keeps reading that the cpu is running at 100% constantly.
I have also checked windows task manager and that reads the same.
If I reboot it corrects itself but then something will make it do it again, I can't seem to narrow down what is causing this.
Anyone have an ideas?
Thanks in advance

A:Solved: CPU keeps reading 100%

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My drives (both E: and F: (burner)) won't recognize when i put in a cd.. whether to read what 's on it or whether to back up files onto it....nothing i do works...if i try to back up stuff it asks me to put the cd in the drive but it's already there. even if i take it out and put it back in,, it still doesn't read that it's there...but if i put a cd in to play a game ,, it recognizes it....but never a cd to back up or to look at files with.......what do you think? [/B]

A:[SOLVED] cd not reading

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hi guys i have a friend of mines seagate portable usb 500gb hdd...its got all his work / college data...didnt have it backed up...now i must perform miracles...anyway....

whats happening with it is that when you plug it in it brings up f: but "my computer" opens slowly and then displays the drive...its also visible in disk manager through admin tools...but when you open it it says...
My Computer
W:\ is not accessible.

The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.

i can get properties on it but it says raw...0 bytes...

now i have fixed drives like this in the past....using dti partition repair tool...but this didnt work
testdisk 6 found something...i ran a scan it found something but i was unable to do anything with what it found...

is formating and running a recovery my only option?


A:Solved: ext usb hdd not reading...

Hi , I would take the offending hard drive out of the case and install it internally in a desktop computer. I would then use Ubuntu as a live cd and see if you can see the files and then copy them onto a usb stick or an external burner. Etaf has good instructions for doing this if you look at his threads. It has worked really well for me in the past where a computer would either not boot or the MBR had become corrupt etc.

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I have a Dell Inspiron laptop with windows XP and am having great difficulty in reading from a CD with MS Office Professional 2007 which I want to install. I have used the CD on my desktop to install Office with no problem but my laptop will not read from the CD. Other CDs are picked up without difficulty. I have recently had to replace my laptop hard drive which had become corrupted so am now installing the programmes that I want to use. Is there an obvious solution to this?

A:Solved: Reading from CD

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The following is the HJT log from my mother's machine. She says that it has been acting strangely lately. She has a TradeWIN and is using Windows98.
Thank you!

Logfile of HijackThis v1.98.0
Scan saved at 4:29:45 PM, on 10/21/04
Platform: Windows 98 Gold (Win9x 4.10.1998)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)

Running processes:

R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Default_Page_URL = http://www.usadatanet.net
O2 - BHO: NAV Helper - {BDF3E430-B101-42AD-A544-FADC6B084872} - C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\NavShExt.dll
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {53707962-6F74-2D53-2644-206D7942484F} - C:\PROGRA~1\SPYBOT~1\SDHELPER.DLL
O3 - Toolbar: Norton AntiVirus - {42CDD1BF-3FFB-4238-8AD1-7859DF00B1D6} - C:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\NavShExt.dll
O3 - Toolbar: &Radio - {8E718888-423F-11D2-876E-00A0C9082467} - C:\WINDOWS.002\SYSTEM\MSDXM.OCX
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [ScanRegistry] C:\WINDOWS.002\sca... Read more

A:Solved: HJT log reading, Please

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Just installed my new Corsair XMS2 DDR2 2gb stick, but XP/motherboard (Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P) only reads it as 1gb. Previous setup was 2x1gb Corsair XMS2 DDR2 in dual channel mode (color coded slots).

At first i thought that was the problem, so i shutdown PC, disconnected PSU, and swapped slots of the 1gb stick with the new 2gb, thus assuming disabling dual channel mode and reading the sticks individually? Booted up to still find XP reading the 2gb as 1gb.

Do i need to change something the BIOS setup?

A:Solved: XP Pro reading 2GB RAM as only 1GB!

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I am running Win XP. My computer has two CD drives. One just reads the other reads and writes.
I am finding that recenty some CD's just do not register at all. I insert them into the drive. The led flashes for about 20 seconds then nothing. If I go to My Computer it shows nothing in the drive at all.
By way of example. Today I upgraded my Cell phone to a Nokia 6110 Navigator. The Nokia CD loaded perfectly but the maps Cd from www.66.com just will not register with either drive.
This has also happened with a few other CD's recently.
Any ideas?

A:Solved: CD not reading

Weak laser in drive or dirty lens.

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Hi I have just started using M/S Office words. I saved my homework as a docx file.
When I went to reopen my saved homework(in Documents), I get a message,
' docx is not a valid Win32 application'. Why is this? Is it because I am running Vista 64bit on my computer. I moved the homework to a m/stick, put the stick into my laptop (vista 32bit)and the homework opened,good as gold.
Thanks for any help, I am offered. I am new to this sort of thing, so I hope I make sense.
Thanks, Lance.

A:can't open docx

Are you sure you have the same version of office installed on both computers?

docx was introduced with office 2007. Any versions before it cannot read the file extension without a convertor. So either you need to install office 2007 on your desktop, or get the converter.

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I have just received a word document as an email attachment into outlook from a colleague using office 07. The PC's in my house are running XP pro SP3 and office 2003. When I try to open the attachment word tells me that its from a newer version and may not be 100% but I can read it. When I try to open it on my other PC for some reason it trys to open it with Adobe and can't read it at all.

Where do I tell Outlook what application to us to open attachments, or Iam I doing somethig wrong.

Any help would be appreciated.

Ian Wallace

A:Problems with Docx

You will need to download the compatibility pack so you can open docx documents in earlier versions of Office.


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My brother sent me an email with an attachment that is in a .docx format. I'm thinking that this a a "Word" file?
I do not have MS Word on my system. I tried Foxit Reader(latest version) as I use Thunderbird as my email client. I can't open the attachment.
Can someone please tell me how I can view this?

Thank you

A:.docx attachment

Try this:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/deta...;displaylang=en

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Our facility uses Office 2003 with a couple of 07 installations for testing. We occasionally receive Word 07 documents in .docx format which we cannot open using either 03 or 07. Error message is:
"The Office Open XML file *.docx cannot be opened because there are problems with the contents." Pressing the Details button reveals:
"Microsoft Office cannot open this file because the .zip archive file is an unsupported version."
(The documents have not been sent in zipped format as far as I can tell)
Attempting to have Word 07 repair the document fails. Trying web-found suggestions regarding selecting the document and choosing Open and Repair or Recover Text From Any File fail also.

Thanks for any assistance.

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