BTW, how many freakin years have I been using Windows to know by now that a reboot solves everything???
I work as a part time IT support manager for a small company and offer technical support to their customers if they need it.
There is a small set list of things you tell them to do before you even start thinking:
Most of the time number one solves the problem in under 5 minutes and of course that just means I don't have to work as hard for my pay
As you are new to the forum I thought you might like to know how to mark threads as solved as well as the uses of some of the other buttons.
To the top right of this post you will see 3 icons. An orange (+), a set of scales and a red and white warning triangle.
The orange (+) or blue (-) denotes whether a user is on or offline (orange = on, blue = off).
The scales are used to give rep points; click this button if someone has helped you significantly or solved your queries (only give this to posts that you think really deserve it).
The red and white warning triangle is used to denote either an abusive post OR to mark a thread as solved (just put solved in the box that comes up and the admins or moderators will mark it solved).
I'll mark it solved for you this time.