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Q: computer shuts down when I move it!

Hi,
My Dell Inspiron N5110 has a tendency to shut down completely and instantly when I move it. There seems to be no problem with my laptop apart from this. My laptop will shut down when I move it regardless if its using the battery or even when it is plugged in to charge.The battery seems to be working fine, it can run on the battery for over 4 hours no problem and I do not have any problems charging it. My computer isnt even a year old and I take very good care of it, so what could this problem be ? :s
Thank you,
Steph.

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A: computer shuts down when I move it!

Have you talked to Dell about this since it is still under warranty?

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What happens is that if I delete or move a folder that contains many subfolders, leaving a window that says preparing to copy, and after a while everything is in blue, post some letters and the computer shuts down.
NOTE: This does not happen when you delete files, regardless of the size they are.

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hope that someone can help with this...
my laptop..
HP? PIII originally with windows 98
upgraded to XP.

shuts off if i so much as move the screen...
 

A:AHH. Laptop shuts off when i move screen

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

It sounds to me that you have somekind of short between your computer and your display.

I would suggest that you take it back if it`s still under warranty otherwise it will need to be repaired by someone who is qualified to do so.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
 

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Everytime I move or touch the bottom part of my labtop it shuts down and shows this message:

KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR

Technical info:

Stop: 0X0000007A (OXCO3E4A54, OXC????.., OXF????., OXOF????)

***disk.sys-Address F92956F2 base at F9290000, Datastamp 41107b59
beginning dump of physical memory


Since this only happens when I move my computer, I think that I may have a lose connection inside my computer, what do yall think?
If it is a lose connection, where should I look first? I?ve never open a labtop before:)
thanks

A:labtop shuts down everytime I move it?

yeah its probly a loose conection with your ram, or so id think, if you turn your laptop upside down, there should be a couple of unscrewable panels just unscrew them and make sure evrything is in properly, failing that, you might want to take it to a tech shop to get the inside of the laptop checked

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Whenever I play a movie or a game, after about 20 mins or so the display stops working. On some occasions the computer will just shut off. I have ran a AIDA64 benchmark test on my machine with all hardware devices and the system performs well. (Test ran for 5 hours +) I also checked my cpu temperatures and when I do play a movie or game temps rise into the 75C + range. I have replaced my power supply with a(thermaltake 600w tr2) and even bought a ZALMAN CNPS5X Performa 92mm FSB cooler to help but still no solution to my problem. I also tried putting in a pci-express video card and the problem still happens.

A:Computer display shuts off/computer shuts down. During video tasks.

75c isnt hot hot, but is a little hot for watching movies.

what cooler do you have on your cpu? and what are the idle temperatures?
also how long do they take to recover from the highest to the lowest temp?

this could be something as simple as poorly applied thermal compound.

im not saying it is over heating its just one possibility.
especially if youve a cpu with a built in apu and not a discreet gpu.

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It all started when i opened some foreign file and it mustve been a virus or something. That triggered my computer to make these weird whirring clicky noises. Then my computer shut down. That day, i tryied to turn it on, it worked. However, the monitor didnt display anything. The computer was running but something to do with the bios just wasn't working.
Later on, my father fixed it.
However. NOW, the computer randomly shuts off by itself.
I'd start the computer on, and usually, the computer would start to make these noises similar to that of a computer reading a disc.
after the noises, the computer shuts off, and restarts by itself.
Anyone have any ideas?
 

A:Computer shuts makes busy noise then shuts off randomly

Your hard drive may be faulty. What is the make and model of the system and what is the brand of the hard drive inside the computer?
 

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So this time the problem started out as a simple issue. Whenever I bump the desk or move the keyboard out with too much force, the computer shuts off. Everybody told me that it could have been a loose connection so I checked it all and replugged everything back in. The computer starting working fine for about 5 hours then it just shut off randomly while I was playing a game. This time, though, it shut off without me bumping into anything. SO, is this a power supply issue? I'm using a 550-watt supply while running a 7800 GT. This is the right power amount so that's not my concern. And now the problem has gotten worse to the point where I turn on the computer and nothing shows up again. Windows doesn't load and the screen is on too. You here the fans and everything but nothing will load. All my parts from my old issue were replaced EXCEPT the power supply and CD-drive. I don't think it could be another loose connection b/c now nothing even shows up. Please help!!!
 

A:Power shuts off randomly, and any movement around computer shuts it off

Have you tried plugging into a different surge protector and different outlet?

Sounds like you need to swap the power supply to me.
 

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The question was how to keep the computer's usb ports on while the computer is SHUT DOWN.Not on sleep mode.I have an usb audio soundcard that must absolutley remain turned on for a long period of time. I had one. Is there a way to make it act like normal ? That when u turn it off it doesnt cuts off the power supply.It may have something to do with Energystar.I would love to find a soultion to this problem.I have an Hp Omen desktop. I paid 1500Euros.Thank you.   

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I just purchased an hp pavilion HPE h8-1234 desktop model.  When I turn off or restart my computer the USB host power also shuts off.  I would like it to stay on even when the computer is shut off.  One concern I have is that I have an AVID M-Box connected to one of the USB ports and I don't think it is good for it if the power going into it is always going on and off.  Also I like to use the USB host power to charge up one of my video cameras and not have to have the computer on to do that.

A:USB port shuts off when computer shuts off. I would like to ...

Try going to Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Power Options.Click "Change plan settings" next to whichever power plan is currently selected.Click "Change advanced power settings"Click the plus (+) sign to expand "USB settings"Click the plus (+) sign to expand "USB selective suspend setting"Set it to Disabled This might only keep the USB ports powered if the computer is in sleep mode--I'm not sure if it works in shut down mode.

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I am replacing my mobo, os (win7 pro 64bit), adding ram and a ssd. I want to put all of the programs on the ssd with the os.
How do I move all of Outlook with emails and the folders to the new ssd? I am hoping that all of the emails and folders and contacts will remain intact.
 
I should clarify that I will still be using the old HD for storage on the same computer.

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I'm still using my Windows XP Pro computer but it doesn't have a lot of space left on the hard drive. When I bought this computer it only had 6GB of space. I only have 1GB of space left on the hard drive. My old computer has 18GB left on the hard drive. I edit videos a lot and I also want to play some PC games. Could I just take out the old hard drive and hook it up in my Windows XP computer? Do you think that I should just buy an external hard drive?
 

A:Can I move my old computer's hard drive to my new computer?

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I just bought a new Compaq computer because my old one finally died (power supply). New PC works like a charm. So, I had 2 HDDs in my old PC, one with OS, one with music, pics, movies, etc. I wanted to put the second HDD into my new PC. I did so, set it as slave and rebooted. It showed in BIOS, shows up in disk management without drive letter, but won't show up in My Computer. Also, it wont let me change or add drive letter in disk management. I just want to get my stuff off this old drive. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

A:Move HDD from old computer to new, doesnt show up in My Computer

In disk management, do you get any options to activate the disk?
 

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Hey, sorry if thisisthe wrong forum, I dunno where to post it. I have to get my computer from Ann Arbor, MI to Mclean, VA by plane, but my bro is just sayiing take itwith him, he is drivingthere. Thething is,I need to still assemble it, and I just needa computer to work on (I am using my dads laptop, who is driving to VA alongwith my bro) so I am asking you guys today, if I take my computer by plane, should I pack itin as a carry on, or would you guys think booking it would be safe? THis is a self built computer fyi, not a dell or anything...should it be ok? whatdo you suggest?
 

A:I have to move a computer...

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Is using an external hard drive the easiest way to move programs and files from one computer to another? Can I move Microsoft Office that way too, as the newer computer doesn't have it loaded? Both computers have xp.
 

A:Move to another computer

You can't move most programs like that because they need data entered in the registry which happens during installation. Files will be fine though.

Some versions of Office are allowed to be installed on up to 3 machines, so you may be able to just install it on the newer computer. Otherwise, to be legal you'd have to remove Office from the 1st.
 

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I have 2 computers, and want to upgrade one of them, but i have devised a plan and i want to know if it would work. 1 computer is XP professional 32 bit and the other is Vista Premuim 64 bit.
XP specs: Intel Pentium 4 3.5 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, 160 GD Hard Drive, ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 128MB Graphics card.
VISTA SPECS: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.33 GHZ processor, 3 GB RAM, 450 GB HDD, ATI Radeon 512 MB graphics card.

I would like to know if I could buy a 4+ GB RAM card for my Vista computer, and move the Vista's original 3 GB RAM card to my XP replacing the XP's original 1 GB RAM card. I know that my Vista computer can take over 4 GB RAM as it's 64 bit, but i want to speed up my xp computer and thought that using my vista's 3 GB RAM card would be a good way to do it.

Any information is much appreciated.
 

A:Can I move RAM from one computer to another?

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I am moving cross-country in a few months.

What is the best to transport a computer with its hard drive intact?

I have lots of precious stuff on my PC and I don't want anything damaged in the process of moving.

Should I remove the hard drives?

How transportable is the tower unit?

--felson
 

A:best way to move a computer

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I've run into an odd problem, that I've been experiencing the past two weeks. At random my computer will freeze up, the monitor will turn off and the computer beeps. The motherboard fires back an error code: 75 Detect HDD IDE device detection. My Windows boots on an SSD drive, what is happening is the boot order is being rearranged, rearranging it back everything works.

Why is the computer while using it, switching to an IDE drive at random ?

A:Computer Switches to IDE Drive at Random - Shuts Down Computer

Maybe the ide drive is failing in a circuit board, the bio detects that and shuts it off, or windows shuts it down.

Test another drive or take it out and see what it does.

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On my other computer it is currently running Vista and is very unstable.

This is partly because it only has 1GB of ram and I cannot afford to upgrade it at the moment and I was wondering whether anyone could tell me if they think that Windows 7 would run better on this amount of RAM as I seem to remember a few years ago that Vista is Very RAM/Resource hungry and I am sure that Win7 is a lot better when it comes to these things.

Maybe even putting XP on would be an option as it is too unstable to use to any extent and also locks up every other time i use it and also takes way too long to do anything.

Any ideas/information regarding this will be great.

The system is an eMachines E4252 if you need to look at the specs as I am not 100% sure what it has inside.

A:Should I move to win 7 with my older computer

Windows 7 will definitely run faster and more stable than Windows Vista. 1 gig ram is enough for it to run smoothly but you might want to disable some of the visual effects. Windows XP will run even faster than Win 7.

I hated Vista when I had it on my old PC that had only 1gig of ram.

Here are the requirements for Windows 7.

-1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor

-1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

-16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)

-DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

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Documents to Go ver 8 with Windows 2000 -- I have Docs to Go configured to synchronize a few hundred files. Let's say I wanted to move Docs to Go to another computer, also running Win2000; but, I don't want to have to re-enter all the synchronized files.

Where is the record of the synchronized files kept? What part of Documents to Go do I need to transfer from the old system to the new system so that I don't have to re-enter all this information?

Additional information: All the documents on the old system are stored on drive D but are scattered throughout about sixty or more folders. The same folder structure will also be used on the new system and it will also be on drive D. To be clear, Drive D on the new system will be a clone of drive D on the old system.
 

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I've been using both computers, one in the dining room downstairs, the other, newer computer, upstairs in my "hobby" room. Their names are, coincidently, Upstairs and Downstairs. Both have been used over time, Downstairs much more than Upstairs. Both are on a lan. I want to retire Downstairs and move Upstairs downstairs, if you all follow!

I have an external 500GB drive I use to backup Downstairs, using Acronis TrueImage Home v.11 with differential backups. I'd like to combine files from the older with the newer computer, but without destruction of the two sets of files, initially, as I know Acronis can do, but the the confusion begins to reign in my mind. There will be some duplication of files, which I suppose/hope I can edit into one final file, including both inboxes, etc. I assume I'd not want to "mess around" with the newer computer's registry, but is there any reason to save the older registry until a final combination is sucessfully achieved? I'd keep all of the programs on the newer computer rather than the same, older versions on the older model.

I do have and have perused Acronis' manual which I printed out, but questions still remain. Any possible problems/glitches I might encounter? Any suggestions, or reference's I can consult before I begin the task, given my life expectancy is whatever that of a 75 year old is at this time?

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I have a new computer with Windows 7. I want to move my files from the old computer, witch has Windows Vista, to my new one that has Windows 7.
What would be the best software to do this?
I have heard about the software Soft Rescue Is this any good? I am open to any ideas.
I am a self taught computer illiterate, if that gives you a hint.

A:Move files from old to new computer

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928634

jcgriff2

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Hi, Ive tried out FF portable on a USB flash drive, and now would like to move it from my USB flash drive to my
computers HDD , is there an easy and simple way to do this , that would cause no moving problems..?

Many Thanks Mypenry

A:Move Firefox From Usb To Computer

IMO, Firefox Portable is strictly a portable application.If you want to use the Local version of Firefox, you will have to download a copy onto your HD.Try your question in the Firefox Portable Forum.

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I've been told a few different ways of doing this (using Norton's Ghost, using CDs to transfer/backup all info, removing my hard drive and installing it as a second hard drive in the new computer, using a memory stick to transfer info, hooking up both computers to my cable modem router and transferring info that way...), and I'd like to know which is the most time efficient, thorough, least chance of screwing something up, etc. I think either way, i'd like to backup my information somehow, just in case. Also, I was thinking of doing it the hard drive route..moving it to the new computer as a second drive, but was told I'd have to reinstall every program I have. Will I have to do that any way I go? I'd written down the specs of the new computer, but misplaced them, but I know it's a P4. If the info is needed, I can hook it up to find out again. Thank you in advance for your help!
 

A:I'd like to move all my info on this computer to another...

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by null modem serial cable, using Windows XP File Transfer Wizard. I hook up the cable to each serial port, but they never communicate. I hope it doesn't take longer than about 10 minutes for the ports to communicate, because that's how long I waited before cancelling the process.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

A:HELP!!! Trying to move files from old to new computer,

I really need some help.
 

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I have Windows 7 Home Premium. The retail version. I've heard I can move it to a different computer. Thats what I want to do. The computer I want to switch it to is faster. So how do I move it to a different computer?

A:How to move Windows 7 to a different computer?

Read the answers in the forum link:http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums...9f-143f7b6ba65b

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I need to transfer my torrents from a Windows XP computer to a Windows 8 computer. On the first computer the folder containing the Bit Torrent application data is located at C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application Data. Where on the Windows 8 computer do I put this folder? I think I'm supposed to put it in the same place but I can not find the right path. I installed Bit Torrent on the Windows 8 computer and it puts data in C:\Users\MyName\AppData\Roaming\BitTorrent. Should I place the contents of the first BitTorrent folder in this place?

Thanks for your help.

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OS Version: Microsoft Windows 8.1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4430 CPU @ 3.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 16322 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon R7 240, -2048 Mb
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Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 2AF7
Antivirus: McAfee Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware, Updated and Enabled
 

A:How do I move torrents from one computer to another?

Read the site rules.

P2P and File Sharing - We do not support P2P file sharing applications or web sites where the aim or much of the content is illegally shared copyrighted music, videos, or other files. This includes torrents, Kazaa, LimeWire, RapidShare, Pirate Bay, and the like. Any threads requesting help for such will be closed. Obviously, this does not include legitimate sites like YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, Metacafe, etc, that have a strong content policing policy. If you're interested in the topic of P2P, you are free to discuss it on our site, but information on how to use these services will not be provided.

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Hi - If I remember correctly, Windows 10 Product Key (or license) is based on a hardware ID of some sort. If I have a working Windows 10 on a HDD (or SSD), and I'm ready to junk that computer and want to move that "licensed" version of Windows 10 and the HDD to a new machine, how does Microsoft deal with the hardware ID since the ID is based on the old hardware and not the new?

Thanks

A:Move Windows 10 HD to a new computer

It depends on how you got to Windows 10. If original licence was retail, or you have a retail 10 key, you can reinstall 10 on new pc and reactivate using 7/8 or 10 key as appropriate. If original licence was oem, or you have a 10 oem licence, you are not permitted to transfer licence to new mobo/pc. This is nothing new.

It is unclear if you can transfer an upgraded licence (even if original was retail) after initial free year, free of charge, even if originaloy upgraded in the free period. MS have yet to clarify this although EULA indicates it is allowed (Section 4b if interested).

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How do I move my favorites from my old Dell laptop running Windows 98 2nd edition to my "new" Toshiba which is running Windows 2000 Professional edition? My daughter gave me her old Toshiba so I can run my internet sevice with cable instead of dialup and what a difference. But I have way too many favorites to load by hand. Any suggestions? Thanks, Bill
 

A:How Do I Move Favorites from Old to New Computer?

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Hi All.

I downloaded the 30 day trial of Photoshop onto my computer. I would like to move it to my daughters computer. My daughter doesn't have internet access. First off, is this legal? And if it is how would I do this. My computer uses Vista and my daughter uses Windows XP if that matters.

Mike

A:How to move a program to another computer

IF it is just a trial, then it is probably legal. It's not likwe you are putting a full copy on both of your computers, and after 20 days, it isn't going to work any more anyway. Burn it to a CD.

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How can I move my stored emails from the old to the new puter?
I have OE6 in both and running win ME in the old and XP in the new.
Thanks in advance for any help offered
 

A:move email to new computer

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I'm probably posting in the wrong place but.....
 
My old Win 7 64 bit MSI Notebook died after 10 years. The processor overheated and quit because I didn't keep the cooloing ducts clean. Anyway the moderators can move this to where ever they think it should be,
 
I have the hard drive from the old Win 7 machine in an enclosure and I can acess it with the new Win 8.1 MSI notebook (hate it). I want to transfer my files and folders from the old hard drive to the new PC. I ran MS Office 2003 Student and Teacher in the old machine and have MS Office 2013 installed in the new machine. I would like to recover my folders and email files from the MS Outlook 2003 on the old hard drive and move them to my new MS Outlook 2013 Program. I also would like to recover my Google Earth placemarks, my desktop if possible in fact I would like to just clone the old machine and make this all seemless. I don't understand the "one Drive" cloud concept but I did (accidently) upload the old hard drive to the "cloud".
 
Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
 
Sudsy
 
both machines are 64 bit

A:Move data to Win 8 computer

I'm probably posting in the wrong place but.....
 
My old Win 7 64 bit MSI Notebook died after 10 years. The processor overheated and quit because I didn't keep the cooloing ducts clean. Anyway the moderators can move this to where ever they think it should be,
 
I have the hard drive from the old Win 7 machine in an enclosure and I can acess it with the new Win 8.1 MSI notebook (hate it). I want to transfer my files and folders from the old hard drive to the new PC. I ran MS Office 2003 Student and Teacher in the old machine and have MS Office 2013 installed in the new machine. I would like to recover my folders and email files from the MS Outlook 2003 on the old hard drive and move them to my new MS Outlook 2013 Program. I also would like to recover my Google Earth placemarks, my desktop if possible in fact I would like to just clone the old machine and make this all seemless. I don't understand the "one Drive" cloud concept but I did (accidently) upload the old hard drive to the "cloud".
 
Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
 
Sudsy
 
both machines are 64 bit
Thanks Chris for changing the title. Although I haven't had a single suggestion of how to get my personal data from the old hard drive to the new PC.
 
Sudsy

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I run a older Pentium with xp pro on it. I was given a Pentium three with no hard drive in it at all. But it does have a dvd drive and some other goodies. This second machine is double the clock speed of the one I am using. (Both have 128 megs of ram.)

Is it possible to move the hard drive to the faster pc complete with the operating system and all my files?. The rub is I don't have the org. cds for the xp install.

Thanks

Wingryder

A:Move Hardrive to different computer?

No, the operating system won't work in the new PC. You would have to do either a repair install (which isn't guaranteed to work anyway) or a full reinstall to use the old Hard Drive in the new PC. Unfortunately both options require the XP CD.

BMR777

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I might buy a new computer.. This one to be exact;

http://www.ecost.com/detail.aspx?edp=40125123&GSID=99013973&GSESID=tq3n1o31hrxduy55yvnzb055&GSCID=11

And I saw it's Vista operated.. and can I back up everything from this computer so it'd be exactly like this one on the new one, and can I have XP on it instead?
 

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A friend of mine, when setting up my custom build computer 2 years ago with an SSD, moved cmd.exe to a partition named "Z:", which was on the same physical disk as the OS drive. He also programmed the computer to look in that place, which would, in effect, reduce the amount of time it took the computer to search for cmd.exe and then allow applications to open much faster than normal. Unfortunately, my computer got a malware virus and I had to reinstall windows, and in the process removing the Z drive. Does anyone know how to do something like this? Thanks in advance!

A:Move cmd.exe to improve computer speed

I don't think moving the cmd.exe will buy you anything at all - especially on a SSD.

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Hi, I can not move files from one folder into another folder on my computer. When I select the files I want, and hit move and select the folder I want, it doesnt do anything...what is wrong??
 

A:Can not move files into another folder on computer...

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how do i activate the license for norton antivirus 2004 on a different (2nd) machine? i installed and activated it on a new dell that turned out to be defective a couple of days later and will be returned to dell. dell will send me a new pc in a few days and i'll want to use NAV on it and use the same license that i used on the defective one.

A:how do i use/move the NAV 2004 license to a new computer?

Welcome to TSF.

You should have no problem using the same serial number on the new machine. If you do encounter a problem, I would contact Norton about your problem and they will probably issue you a new key.

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Howdy all!

I'm wondering if there is any way to migrate my email account settings from one system to another. I currently have 15 email accounts setup in Outlook, and really don't want to manually add them on to the new system.

Unfortunately, Outlook 2002 is not as simple as Outlook 2000 to do this, as I have found no way to do it.

Any help??

Thanx!
 

A:Outlook 2002 move to a new computer

Hi RandyG

Unless those accounts are also in Outlook Express, Outlook 2002 and 2003 do not appear to have that option.
Have you tried the Files and Settings transfer wizard in Windows XP?
Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools
 

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My son's older Gateway computer seems to have crashed when he tried to add a slave drive. It won't fully boot, can't get into the bios. I'm confident the original drive with XP Pro installed is fine. I have a HP Pavilion 6635 runing WIN 98SE and want to try to intall the XP drive from the Gateway over to the HP. Any ideas how to do this without losing everything on the XP drive? I'd be happy to figure out how to install the XP drive in the HP as a slave just to save all his MP3's and loops onto a CD(s), the do a re-install of XP.

If I can't get this figured out I'll never hear the end from BIO-DAD who put the Gateway together in the first place.

Thanks!
 

A:Need to move HD with XP Pro to computer running WIN98SE

Just put the XP drive as a slave into the 98SE computer.

You will need some sort of an NTFS reader or driver for Windows 98 to be able to read the XP drive contents.
 

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Hello guys..I have a same a problem..I cant play any of my mouse in my laptop..can u help me to fix it..thank you so much.

Moderator note: Moved from this thread: http://www.techspot.com/community/t...t-computer-is-not-frozen.183253/#post-1430301
 

A:Can't move my mouse, but computer is not frozen

You can't use any USB mice in your laptop? How many have you tried?
 

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Well, my problem started about 2 days ago. I was playing a game when my computer froze but my mouse could move. Every application did not work and I had to restart my computer. It would happen 1 hour after I restart the computer or a few minutes. Does anyone know why?

Here is a HiJackThis log.

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 4:32:31 PM, on 4/2/2009
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16762)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\COMODO\Firewall\cmdagent.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgwdsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgrsx.exe
C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\nTune\nTuneService.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgnsx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\Program Files\CyberLink\Shared files\RichVideo.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Viewpoint\Common\ViewpointService.exe
C:\Program Files\Western Digital\WD Drive Manager\WDBtnMgrSvc.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgemc.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgtray.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_07\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\Western ... Read more

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Quote: Originally Posted by tugz


Hello.

i just had my computer hit by thunder but the HD are still readable. so i bought a new one installed all the apps i had on the previous one. now, i would like to recover my profile as it took my weeks to do it and keep every configuration of the different emails etc ... at first i was thinking to copy paste the folder as this was working fine under windows xp, but i experienced some bad reaction while doing this. is there a way to do this without losing the previous config ?

thanks for your help


What parts of your profile are important?

Docs/Music/Pics etc can just be copied over to their respective folders

What email app where you using?

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