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dthomas
1 week ago

I have both a Windows 7 Laptop and a Chromebook. 95% of the time, I use the Chromebook both because it meets most of my needs and it has much better battery...

rcook12
2 weeks ago

My laptop keeps losing the wifi connection and saying "local only" but another laptop has no such problems. I'm running Windows 7. Any...

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MrsMith
4 weeks ago

My daughter copied a lot of music and photos from a flash drive onto our family PC a couple of days ago, and it has been running slowly ever since. Even...

rtrembley
4 weeks ago

I keep getting error 8024800A when I try to update Windows 7. I'm not sure what's causing it, never had a problem before. Has anyone...

catamount
4 weeks ago

I used to use FreeFileSync a few years ago and liked it, so I recently installed it on a Windows laptop. Unfortunately, they decided to add conduit malware...

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stylor
4 weeks ago

How do I map a network drive in Windows 7?

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stephenb
5 weeks ago

How can I share files that I have on my desktop PC in my home office with my laptop? The desktop PC is running Windows 8 and the laptop is running Windows 7...

cchecca
5 weeks ago

How can I change the language to Spanish (UI, dialog boxes, etc) for a Windows 7 laptop?

SilverHawk
6 weeks ago

I added a printer to my office network that is made up of all Windows 7 machines, but I can not get it to print documents. They spool...

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TravisT
7 weeks ago

How can I make sure TRIM is working after I install a new SSD on a Windows 7 PC that came with a HDD (will be reinstalling Windows 7)?

Tags: SSD, TRIM, Windows 7 |
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