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Mike Dacre

Canada
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As I have been volunteering in the 'windows' category since the inception of AllExperts, which has now moved to numerous windows categories. I will therefore be happy to answer any Windows 7,8 and 10 based question. What can't I answer? Not much, as this is the main reason I volunteered here, because I am hopeful the questions I can not answer will allow me to investigate the problem so that I can answer it. The TIPS and SOFTWARE support through my website at http://tpsconsulting.com can also be of some help.

Computers Unlimited LLC

U.S.
Available
Computers Unlimited LLC can answer question in many areas of Windows 7 including installing, upgrading, downgrading and updating Windows 7. We can also answer question about security issues such as malware and virus removal.

Chris

U.S.
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I have familiarized myself with the windows environment since Windows 95. Windows 7 is one of the best operating systems i am familiar with, and am willing to help anybody with problems they may have. Be it hardware, software, or simply the Windows environment itself.

Kevin Hou

U.S.
Available
I`m familiar with Windows 95/98/2K/XP/7 problems and will try my best to assist you. Feel free to ask any software or hardware related questions.

scott bartholomew

U.K.
Available
General trouble shooting Hardware issues Networking issues I am not a software developer,but I can do some basic scripting in DOS and BASH.

PowerEdge Tech

U.S.
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I can answer nearly all questions about Windows 7 - installation, upgrade, virtualization (XP Mode and beyond), configuration, how to get the most out of it, how to buy it, etc. I won't pretend to know it all - nobody can - if I don't know, I will try and find the answer. If I can't find it, I'll tell you.

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2017-01-07 booting issues:

Hi Wayne,    You will need to be able to boot from the Windows 7 install DVD. Double check your BIOS settings to make sure it's the first device that boots before the hard drive. If needed, try resetting

2017-01-06 Saving Files Before upgrading:

Hi Ryo,    Thanks for answering all those questions. What old files are you referring to that might have viruses on them? I thought you wiped everything and reinstalled the game? It should all be "new"

2017-01-04 Saving Files Before upgrading:

Hi,    Does it have this problem with any other games or programs? If not, I doubt that it's a virus causing this.    Is the game installed from a CD or downloaded from the developer's website? If it's

2017-01-01 Saving Files Before upgrading:

Hi Ryo,    You can definitely move them to the D: drive but I don't like doing it that way unless the D: drive is actually a second hard drive. I've seen too many cases where a hard drive is split into

2017-01-01 Upgrading to Windows 10:

Hi Ryo!    "Is there a chance of losing data just by upgrading the windows?"    Have you seen Dumb and Dumber? A "chance" ... yes, there is a chance, but it is extremely slow and is more likely to occur

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