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Fix Windows No Sound and Audio Problem

Ever had the problem when windows system does not give you sound and audio suddenly or despite sound card or audio device is present and working previously? Windows XP, 2000, NT, 2003 or even Vista computers may lose Windows audio and system sounds output due to the mess on file system or registry that created or left by third-party utilities after installation and uninstallation, or corrupted and missing codecs, (a CODEC is a component necessary to decompress and decode media files so that they can be played back by Windows). When the Windows “no sound problem occurs”, the symptoms include users do not hear any Windows system s

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Fully Reset Users Windows Profile

Fully Reset Users Windows Profile Sometime the only fix is to do a full reset of the user’s profile, Iv seen this mainly with Offline file and folder sync issues, random app issues or general issues where it works when logged on as another user but won’t work as the current user. Log on as local Administrator or an account with Admin rights (Must be different from the account you are trying to reset.)** Ensure that you made a backup of the users profile folder which you are recreating. Click start type regedit and hit enter. Once Regedit is open, lookup HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList. You can confirm you 

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Modify UAC (User Account Control)

Windows 7: Modify UAC (User Account Control) The User Account Control security feature was one of the most reviled additions to Windows, with good reason – its constant warning messages asking for permission to continue many operations drove the users around the bend. UAC has been improved upon a lot in Windows 8 but you can still tweak it if you like. Here’s is how to turn UAC on or off, and make it less or more intrusive than the default: Go to the Control Panel –> User Accounts and Family Safety. Click User Accounts , then click Change User Account Control Settings. If confirmation password is asked provide it and then move to c

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CCNA basic switch configuration commands

Cisco basic configuration commands (CCNA) Command descriptions switch>? The ? works here the same as in a router Used to get the list of all available commands switch>enable User mode, same as a router switch# Privileged mode switch#disable Leaves privileged mode switch>exit Leaves user mode switch#show version Displays information about software and hardware. switch#show flash: Displays information about flash memory (will work only for the 2900/2950 series). switch#show mac-address-table Displays the current MAC address forwarding table. switch#show running-config Displays the current configuration in DRAM.

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