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SwimedeeleVig : I have noticed that windows, in my case Windows 7, automatically decides where it will save certain files for certain programs. Firstly, I have an ASUS N61 and it has a Asus WebStorage folder and a Bluetooth exchange in the Documents folder which was originally part of th machine. I delete these and they just reappear every time I restart my machine. I also installed Ulead and Videomate software and it does the same thing when I delete these folders. I have tried to change the file save location but can't find it. And for the Windows files.... I don't have a clue where to start looking.

I want to know how I can edit these folder locations so that I can keep my folders organized to my desire.



Please he me guys and thanks for reading this.
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Booftoino : I have a new laptop I purchased for school. It keeps popping up error code 0x800700B3 and 0x80070004 ? Please need step by step instructions to fix. I am not computer "smart ' although I am trying and can follow directions. Please help me,
I had my sister over this weekend and she , of course, knows everything , and she was messing around with. Only thing I could tell was something with a home group.

I have a plug in from virgin mobil connection so I have own internet connection so its not like i am bouncing off any one.
Ok sorry the error code shows up when I try to save or change something. I an unable to change passwords etc.
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CristeCrype : If it is brand new, contact the company you bought it from.
You might screw up your warranty if you start fiddling with it yourself without any IT knowledge.
It usually ends in fail... Don't do it

To that, I have never ever seen a B3 BSOD and I have seen them ALL.
Even google gets no results so there is definately something wrong or you have made a typo.
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Bbnolermef : http://0x80070004.fileapplicationerror.com/

what did you uninstall?...don't download the fix...but read the explanation...

u uninstalled something? the computer is searching for a .dll that isn't there

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she installed something then uninstalled something and it didn't uninstall properly. itunes maybe?

as for the homegroup that wouldn't affect your computer where you would get critical errors. i'm honestly guessing she tried to download and install something and it wasn't compatible or installed right, so she may have just tried to delete it without uninstalling it properly, so some of the files are still there and the computer is looking for them and can't find them. if you can find out what she was trying to do, then try reinstalling it and if you can/want uninstall it properly

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adarsh said it was a driver problem, well, itunes and an ipod install drivers onto your computer....i think we may be narrowing it down

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if she has any type of mp3 player and she connected it to put music on it or to charge it and just pulled it out without right clicking the icon and shutting it down safely then you can try having her reconnect it to reinstall the driver properly and then disconnecting it safely
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zakladykliczko : Yes......if it's new send it back.

I looked thru my resources for this and can't find anything either.

It would help if you included details.....so we have something to go on, but as it is, I have no idea.

Good luck
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murenlemshand : Its a driver error.
You have to run Windows Update, and get the latest fixes. It should fix the problem.
No need to use driver CD. its a correction which requires a windows patch.

Anyway I suggest you read this
http://forums.techarena.in/windows-update/335248.htm

Read in full, it discuses the error and what people did. If it doesn't work, better just return it.
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MerryBabi : hi, just try to run the windows in safe mode first, if not try to check the Hard drive by booting the SEATOOLS (HDD error checking tools) coz problem looks like the hard drive is not in woking condition. other wise the the link below may can help you.
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imallyFleeD : BSOD's are evil.

If its new, just take it back.

It could be a genuine hardware error, of just a buggy install.
Let them fix it, it is their job. Dont mention your sister to them though...
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BabFibShooria : The following data are taken from the comparative balance sheets of Girard Billiards Club, which prepares its financial statements using the accrual basis of accounting.





Fees are billed to members based upon their use of the club’s facilities. Unearned fees arise from the sale of gift certificates, which members can apply to their future use of club facilities. The 2010 income statement for the club showed that fees revenue of $153,000 was earned during the year.


Instructions


(Hint: You will probably find it helpful to use T accounts to analyze these data.)


(a) Prepare journal entries for each of the following events that took place during 2010.


(1) Fees receivable from 2009 were all collected.


(2) Gift certificates outstanding at the end of 2009 were all redeemed.


(3) An additional $35,000 worth of gift certificates were sold during 2010. A portion of these was used by the recipients during the year; the remainder was still outstanding at the end of 2010.


(4) Fees for 2010 for services provided to members were billed to members.


(5) Fees receivable for 2010 (i.e., those billed in item [4] above) were partially collected.


(b) Determine the amount of cash received by the club, with respect to fees, during 2010.
The following data are taken from the comparative balance sheets of Girard Billiards Club, which prepares its financial statements using the accrual basis of accounting.
Fees are billed to members based upon their use of the club’s facilities. Unearned fees arise from the sale of gift certificates, which members can apply to their future use of club facilities. The 2010 income statement for the club showed that fees revenue of $153,000 was earned during the year.
Instructions
(Hint: You will probably find it helpful to use T accounts to analyze these data.)
(a) Prepare journal entries for each of the following events that took place during 2010.
(1) Fees receivable from 2009 were all collected.
(2) Gift certificates outstanding at the end of 2009 were all redeemed.
(3) An additional $35,000 worth of gift certificates were sold during 2010. A portion of these was used by the recipients during the year; the remainder was still outstanding at the end of 2010.
(4) Fees for 2010 for services provided to members were billed to members.
(5) Fees receivable for 2010 (i.e., those billed in item [4] above) were partially collected.
(b) Determine the amount of cash received by the club, with respect to fees, during 2010.
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Annahora : I'm currently 18 (almost 19) and after a routine meeting at my bank, the financial associate suggested I get a credit card. Turns out he was in the same school as me a couple years ago and recommended that I get a credit card just to build basic credit for the future because when he got out of school, he had no credit for a car or condo.

He explained to me that my bank will give me a student visa card. It will not cost me anything unless I pay back the balance within the 21 day grace period/when I get my statement. I really don't need a credit card because everything I do is in cash. Every week I get paid in cash, put some in my savings, and then keep the rest as everyday spending money.

But if having a credit card means I will be building needed credit for the future, how should I go about using it? what builds credit the fastest? I was thinking just making one transaction on it every month and paying it back in full when the statement comes. Does credit get built on the amount of money I borrow/return? or how fast I return it?

I was curious on what I should do and help is appreciated.
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