Windows 7/Expert Profile

Chris

U.S.
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returns 02/15/2017
Expertise

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.

Experience in the area

I have repaired computers most of my life. I am the site administrator of many websites for businesses including (but not limited to): yourprogeek.com (my site), fearthewolves.com, and more. I do local computer repair in my area and have a very satisfied clientele.

Organizations

I am a Network Engineer at Southern Illinois Network Consultants and an EOD Technician for the U.S. Army.

Education/Credentials

I am currently a student at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. I am majoring in Criminal Justice with a second major in Computer Science.

Awards and Honors

Corporation Ambassador for Courtesy Corporation.

Past/Present Clients

Valley Ranch and Cabins - Wisconsin


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Recent Answers from Chris

2016-12-25 No sound through speaker.:

Richard,    Thanks for the followup!    Having a Realtek sound card myself, I know how temperamental they can be.  When you plug the speakers in, what option are you selecting for the jack?  I have found

2016-12-24 No sound through speaker.:

Thanks for the question, Richard.    Just a few questions so I can help you better.      Is this a prebuilt machine?  If so, is it a laptop or a desktop (please provide model number, if applicable).  

2016-10-19 Power meter:

Thanks for the follow-up.    This next set of instructions should allow you to re-enable the greyed out option.  After following these steps, follow the first set of instructions as needed.  Please note

2016-10-19 Power meter:

Thanks for your question, Wayne!     Re-enabling this feature is pretty straightforward.    -First, you're going to go down to your Taskbar (the area with the icons). Right click, and select 'Properties'

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

 

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