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DADDY BOB'S COMPUTER Q & A

 

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March 2008
 

 

 

Date Posted: March 30, 2008

Q. I have heard the term "registry" often used with respect to a computer. Just what is the registry?

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Date Posted: March 23, 2008

Q. Sometimes when I open a folder I see 2 or 3 icons that have the same name. Why are there icons with the same name?

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Date Posted: March 16, 2008

Q. When I shut down the computer it goes through the usual motions, but never completely shuts off even if I wait a long time. I am using Windows XP-SP2. I wait a while then turn it off manually. Is there a better way?

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Date Posted: March 9, 2008

Q. I am editing a large video file, and every now and then, my screen goes black and the computer seems to lock up. Is there anything I can do to prevent this?

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Date Posted: March 2, 2008

Q. When I send an email, I get a yellow caution triangle that indicates there was a problem sending it. The email usually goes, but it remains in the outbox and sends again and again. The only way I can fix it is to manually delete it from the outbox. How can I fix this.

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