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Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux CPU Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 OC'd 3.08GHz Motherboard Asus Rampage formula LGA775 Memory 8GB DDR2 900Mhz Graphics Card MSI GT730 2GB GDDR5 (Kepler) Sound Card Supreme FX2 Monitor(s) Displays Samsung LS22F350 LED Screen Resolution 1080P
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom built OS Windows 8 Pro 64-bit CPU Intel Core i7 950 @4.4GHz Motherboard EVGA 131-GT-E767 Memory 12GB DDR3 1333MHz @1400 (9-9-9-24) Graphics Card 2x AMD Radeon HD 6770 Sound Card Sound Blaster Audigy Monitor(s) Displays Acer S231HL + Acer E19T5W Screen Resolution 1920x1080 + 1440x900
Keyboard NMB RT8255C+ Mouse Func MS-3 PSU Corsair GS800 Case Custom-made Cooling CM Hyper212+, lots of fans Hard Drives 128GB Samsung 840 Pro
1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 64mb
500GB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 16mb Internet Speed 30/1.5 Antivirus Microsoft Security Essentials/Spybot SD/Malwarebytes Browser Google Chrome Other Info Onkyo TX-27 receiver & two Realistic Optimus T100s.
Program installed in Program Files requires elevation? I have a program that wanted to install in a document folder :mad:
I have installed it in Program Files, but it requires elevation or it produces errors when running. I know I can tick the Run As ... box in the shortcut, but is there a better way, such as taking ownership of the install folder?
Program refusing to install in standard program files folder I have an Advent (PC World brand) Laptop that comes with its own custom On-Screen Display software.
The software is made for 32 bit Windows with no 64 bit version available as far as I'm aware.
I have upgraded to 64 bit Windows recently and everything seems to work great except the OSD.
Sounds works except for one program, but that program shows activity Sound generally works perfectly fine on my computer, I can watch movies, play games, etc....
Except, I recently installed the slingplayer desktop program. I do not hear any sound. However, the mixer is showing that it is generating audio. This works perfectly fine on a different computer.
Sound & Audio
Creating an Elevated Program Shortcut for Search Everything Program. I`ve done this successfully for SpeedFan, but I`m having a problem with doing the same for the Search Everything program.
I`ve been through the tutorial steps several times now, the task executes successfully,( I checked it with command prompt box) but nothing happens.
/c start "SpeedFan"...
Windows Runs Installation of Program When I Start Program I installed Weathrbug Plus and for some odd reason recently when I run it Windows runs the installation for the program. When I run the prograsm I get the typical "Preparing to install..." abnd then tyhe 'Configuring Weatherbug. I've been in contact with Weatherbug Support all day and we can't seem...
Program icon pinned to taskbar not replaced by active program button Until recently, whenever I opened a program by clicking on the program icon pinned to the taskbar, that icon was replaced by the active program button. This is the behavior I want in order to keep the taskbar uncluttered. However, I recently mistakenly unpinned an icon for Mozilla Thunderbird and...