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Windows 7 Forums is the largest help and support community, providing friendly help and advice for Microsoft Windows 7 Computers such as Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.

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    Installed 3 updates this morning: Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 (KBB90830) 2018--11 Security Monthly Quality Rollup For Windows 7 For x64 Bases Systems (KBB4467107) Corsair - HIDClass - 10/31/2018 12:00:00 AM -- 1.0.29 Now my network connection icon in the system tray says I have no internet connection but everything is working as it should. In fact I'm typing this inquiry...

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  • 11/14/18--06:10: BSOD by hal.dll
  • Hello! Yesterday my computer crashed with a Bug Check String of MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION. I had been experiencing a number of crashes with DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE in September but only 1 of them this month. I updated all drivers on 9/14, after which only 2 crashes happened in Sept. I just updated my Intel Management Engine Driver but otherwise have no updates available. I've been having...

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    ---Quote--- Cryptocurrency mining malware has been one of the most prolific forms of malicious software distributed by cyber criminals throughout 2018, but given how some view it as relatively benign compared with other more damaging attacks like ransomware and trojans, it's occasionally overlooked as a threat. However, cryptojacking malware - which secretly hijacks the processing power of...

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    ---Quote--- A team of nine academics has revealed today seven new CPU attacks. The seven impact AMD, ARM, and Intel CPUs to various degrees. Two of the seven new attacks are variations of the Meltdown attack, while the other five are variations on the original Spectre attack --two well-known attacks that have been revealed at the start of the year and found to impact CPUs models *going back...

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    I am still trying to tighten my firewalls etc, and when googling (or DDG'ing in my case) I noticed that any question related to network security automatically is answered with the assumption in mind that the person wants to maintain a sharing capability with the other computers in the house, like printers, files, whatever. With the result that answers are tailored toward that, skipping over the...

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    I just realized there are suggestions at the bottom after you post a new thread which I did a minute ago. Unfortunately I used the word OPEN so all the suggestions are for that. I rephrased my questions with the word CLOSE. (Sorry, but who knows when someone will respond.) UPDATE: I immediately got suggestions for other posts which I read.

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    Hi guys A little help please. I have a Windows 7 64 bit system that has been running since 2014. Of late I note my CPU gets to 50+' and I'd like to move it down a little. This happens during video rendering. I make sure to keep it cleaned out inside.

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    I just installed a new Samsung NAND SSD 860 EVO drive in my desktop. After cloning it and then disconnecting the previous Seagate hard drive, I can't put the computer into either sleep or hibernation. I've tried resetting in Power Options, reloading Enable_Hibernate.reg, and also something else using cmd.exe to check what all is connected that can wake. I've got it set to hibernate when I...

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  • 11/14/18--13:52: Realplayer videodl.exe alert
  • Norton 360 gave the attached alert. I'm wondering if it is safe. Anyone have experience with this? what should I do, if anything?

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  • 11/14/18--14:31: Remove 10 and install 7
  • Remove win 10 and install is what I want to do. I hate 10. I got a 2018 XPS 13 with10..can't stand and don't need 10. so many issues with what I want to do. How can I get and install win 7 pro? I'll get the touch option in 7 as I have touch screen.

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  • 11/14/18--15:31: Photo resizer question
  • A while back i had this little resize program that always appeared whenever i clicked on a photo, in windows explorer. I had it when i had XP and then copied it to win 7. I forgot the name of it, but it small and simple. Somehow i lost it when i had to reinstall win 7. Now, when i open a photo to include either in an email or other site, I have to go to Paint, which is never very reliable, I...

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    Windows 7 x64 Office Professional 2016 I just found out that my Outlook is using Personal file format Outlook Data File (97-2002) which means ANSI according to what I've learnt. I wanted to change it to the UNICODE format that's been in use since 2003. I am confused however by these facts about my outlook folders. The archive.pst file is 3+ GB in size and uses a file format of Outlook Data...

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    Hey, I've noticed my Windows folder has been bloating, is there any way to reduce it further? I've already done Windows Update cleaner in the Disk Cleaner and cleared all my caches. I've even done some potentially dodgy stuff like manually cleaning my DriverStore. Is there anything else I can do? I'm open to different things.

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  • 11/15/18--04:07: Multiple Partitions on HDD
  • I'm trying to Clone a HDD using AOEMI Backup facility. Trouble is the HDD in the Laptop I'm trying to clone has 5 partitions and AOEMI will only clone 3! Windows 7 offers me no way of merging these partitions so I have downloaded AOEMI Partition Assist. The HDD seems to be in a bit of a mess having crashed and now been restored I'm sure it shouldn't have 5 partitions. Can anyone...

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    From my googling and from an unsuccessful chat session with Microsoft I see little hope of fixing this recurrent error. Is there a workaround which might avoid the need for the WMSRT? Third-party software?

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    From my googling and from an unsuccessful chat session with Microsoft I see little hope of fixing this recurrent error. Is there a workaround which might avoid the need for the WMSRT? Third-party software?

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    ---Quote--- Since the *launch of Firefox Monitor (https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/09/25/introducing-firefox-monitor-helping-people-take-control-after-a-data-breach/)*, a free service that notifies you when your email has been part of a breach, hundreds of thousands of people have signed up. In response to the excitement from our global audience, Firefox Monitor is now being made available...

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    ---Quote--- VRAPmwgMAbc AMD today unveiled the Radeon™ RX 590 graphics card, an advanced 12nm GPU designed to deliver amazing gaming experiences and outstanding performance for the latest AAA, eSports and Virtual Reality (VR) titles. Powered by AMD “Polaris” architecture1, the AMD Radeon™ RX 590 graphics card provides faster clock speeds for higher gaming performance than the AMD Radeon™...

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    Hello everyone, I have 2 desktop computers. One is an old XP machine which I don't go online with and the one I'm using right now which has Win 7 pro on it. I took lots of abiword text files and moved them from XP to 7 thinking Wordpad would convert them. Not so. Now every time I create a wordpad document and save it somewhere it has the abiword symbol over it. If I check the properties of a...

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    Anybody understand why this month (MSRT) for Win 7 is requiring acceptance of license agreement, which only an attorney could understand, for XP operating systems? See below first few lines of agreement. :huh: ---Quote--- Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - November 2018 (KB890830) Prerelease Version of Service Pack 2 for Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Home, Media ...

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