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scott bartholomew

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

Computers Unlimited LLC

U.S.
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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.

PowerEdge Tech

U.S.
Available
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.

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.

Chris

U.S.
Available
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.

Mike Dacre

Canada
Available
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.

Lenny

U.K.
Available
I can answer questions based on the Windows 7 environment as in;
  • Procedural common troubleshooting such as BLUE SCREENS,Frozen screens..ETC
  • Operating System upgrade/downgrade procedural advice...
  • Installation/Removal/Elevation of programs...
Windows XP assistance please visit WINDOWS XP TROUBLESHOOTING. For questions based on Viruses and Infections please visit COMPUTER SECURITY & VIRUSES.

Recent Answers

2016-08-27 Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hi    It depends on who owns the folder, if you are admin you may be able to "take ownership" and then change the permissions and then delete:    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753659(v=ws

2016-08-27 Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello Wayne    The following easy steps should do the trick:    Step 1  Click the Windows "Start" button and choose "Computer" from the menu to launch Windows Explorer.  Step 2  Navigate to the folder

2016-08-27 Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello Wayne,     1>Click the Windows "Start" button and choose "Computer" from the menu to launch Windows Explorer.    2>Navigate to the folder that contains the read-only file.    3>Right-click the file

2016-08-27 Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello, Wayne.  Thank you for your question!    In order to delete a write protected file or folder, you have to disable the "Read Only" attributes of said object.  To do so you will have to:    - Right

2016-08-19 program sound events:

Hello Jon    You are going to want to check the hardware device manager in the Sound as my guess is one of the latest windows updates has removed the correct audio driver. Access the device manager by

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