Windows XP/Expert Profile

Ashit Gajwani

U.K.
On Vacation
returns 12/31/2016
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I will try my best to answer questions on Windows 2000 (x86/x64), Windows XP (x86/x64), Windows Vista (x86/x64). I will probably be able to answer questions involving hardware and device drivers. I've had experience with multi boot environments (2 or more OS on a single pc), recovering from crashes, managing virtual memory. Just drop me a line and chances are I'll be able to help you or direct you to some one who can.

Experience in the area

Worked for a world top 20 university.

Education/Credentials

MSc Information Technology, University of York

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Recent Answers from Ashit Gajwani

2010-04-28 Rundll error:

Well, you don't have to. You can get rid of the error message prompt by disabling the item from startup. And either ways, it certainly doesn't affect the system's performance. To remove the item from startup

2010-04-27 Rundll error:

Hello,    If I am correct    (1) the error prompt pops up once during boot time  (2) you have a Lexmark printer  (3) you recently updated your printer drivers  (4) since you first saw the error prompt

2010-04-14 how to send msg:

Sure, here's how you send out messages to select computers on your network.       1. Go to Start | Control Panel, and double-click Administrative Tools.     2. Double-click Computer Management.     3.

2010-04-13 Windows XP wallpaper loads partially on startup:

Afraid there's not much that can be done here. It appears the network has a 'managed-desktop' policy setup such that all machines logging in will inherit rules during logon process. Circumventing such

2010-04-13 Windows XP wallpaper loads partially on startup:

Hi,    Just to clarify, when the key re appears you are again unable to change your wallpaper, is that correct?

 

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