Windows Vista/Expert Profile

Jonathan Yaniv

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returns 12/31/2017

I can answer any question regarding the use and operation of Windows Vista, how to install it, how to configure it, and how to make it work with what you want to do. I am an experienced user of all Windows operating systems, however, I will not answer any questions on how to bypass Windows Genuine Advantage or (WGA). I will also not answer any questions in regards to where do I get Windows Vista for free, or how do I crack Windows Vista keys. All I ask is when I answer your question, to please rate the answer.

Experience in the area

IT Consultant, experienced use with Windows 7 in terms of use, testing (of all sorts), installation, activation, troubleshooting, and deployment.


Kwantlen Polytechnic University Alumni Association




Diploma in computer information systems

Awards and Honors

Computer Information Systems diploma.

Past/Present Clients

Current clients: Microsoft Corporation (Software Testing and User Experience), Microsoft Malware Threat Detection and Research, Symantec

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George06/16/11101010Thank you for this very useful suggestion .....
George02/26/11101010Thanks for the rapid reply.
JOHN10/27/101010Have now reinstalled the program Many thanks .....
james10/21/10101010everything understood; thank you very much!!

Recent Answers from Jonathan Yaniv

2011-11-05 Windows won't update:

Hi Don,    Hope you are well. Please try these steps:    1) Restore to factory image once again, but when it asks you to download and install updates, select "no"    2) Once completed, go to Microsoft's

2011-11-02 gateway windows vista system recovery:

Hi Justin!    When you start up your computer, you will see a screen with a key you push for system recovery. Like right when you turn it on. Every gateway model is different I believe it's usually F10

2011-06-13 vista:

Hey,    I used to work for HP, thats bogus, I don't know why they are suggesting that.    Use Microsoft Security Essentials works like a charm. Do delete SuperAntispyware

2011-06-12 Help! Computer will not start up:

There is still malware there then..  Next step, do this    Download the appropriate version  Follow the steps and create a boot disc  boot from that  follow

2011-06-04 Help! Computer will not start up:

Hi,    Ok I want you to please try something  Go to and download and install that  Do a full scan using MSE and let me know if that fixes anything    If not


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