The "windows has detected an ip address conflict" message pops up occasionally on my wife's Windows 7 PC.
When I check in the event log I see:-
The hardware address shown is the MAC address for my Windows 10 system.
This has me completely stumped. I'd be grateful for any info or advice.
I have just discovered that it is only one shortcut that is giving the problem.
Hadn't occurred to me to check any others till now.
It's obviously something strange with that application.
I'll flag this thread solved and investigate further.
Thanks for your help.
I recently re-installed Windows 7 and all of a sudden I was having access denied problems which had never occurred before.
I have managed to fix all of these apart from one:-
When I try to change the icon via the properties of a desktop item I get:-
"you will need to provide administrator...
Not sure what the difference is between the 32 and 64 bit versions of IE9.
Decided to try the 64 bit version and found that MSN Zone Games such as Spades and Hearts will not load.
Can sign in OK but when I select play now I get :-
Sorry, we were unable to install your game. Follow...
Further to my previous thread about problems getting PC out of sleep I have noticed a change in how the PC behaves when in sleep mode.
Before the re-install I am sure the PC became totally dormant, but now the system fans continue running (haven't checked CPU fan) and the power LED keeps...
I recently re-installed Win7 Prox X64 on my PC.
MB is Gigabyte GA-M875GMT-UD2h.
Now when I put PC into sleep mode it does not respond to the mouse or keyboard.
I have to use the power button which causes what looks like a boot up sequence but the says "Resuming Windows"
Nothing in the BIOS has...
Have done some more testing on this issue and have found that if there is more than one HDD on the system then to prevent the occurence of:-
"This version of System Recovery Options is not compatible with the version of windows you are trying to repair. Try using a recovery disc that is...
I checked in the Start Menu customise options and Personal Folder is already selected
as "display as link".
I did mean the taskbar that stretches all the way across the bottom of the screen.
The Personal Folder shortcut is the one between the Snipping Tool and the Gold Star.
Thanks to you...
On my Win 7 X64 system there used to be an icon on the taskbar which opened up the User's Folder. (The one pointed to by the desktop item just below Libraries at the top left.)
This has disappeared and I am at a loss as to how to get it back again.
Got solution in the other Windows Seven...