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.
I started using computers over 10 years ago and have grown to both love and hate it to say the least. I have studied computer programming and graduated with a bachelor's degree in computer science.
Bachelors in computer information science
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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
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"
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
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
Hi Richard, It looks ok from the screenshot. Did you get a chance to test out the speakers with another device like a phone? It should be the simplest since there's only one headphone jack. If you
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