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To find the MAC Address on a Windows 7 or 10 Computer: 1. Open the Windows Command Prompt . a. Click the Start menu. Type Command Prompt in the search box and press Enter. b....
Article Id: 15960
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

General Information The following information is for activating your Microsoft Windows 7 product in a Virtual Environment (VMware View, VMware Fusion) This process must be done in your virtual environment . In other words, you will need to be Actively Connected to the...
Article Id: 15666
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

To Access System Setup to Select Disk Drive Find out what type of BIOS version you have in order to access it. (If you already know how to access your BIOS. Skip to Step 7 .) 1. Select Run from the start menu and type...
Article Id: 17294
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

Windows 7 does not come with all common icons placed on the desktop. If the user wishes to add icons, whether from the Control Panel or other places, it is really quite simple. Follow these steps and you will have your Windows 7 desktop personalized. To Change Default Desktop Icons: 1. Right-click on the desktop, then scroll down and...
Article Id: 13053
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

Changing Windows Settings with the Control Panel: 1. Select Start | Control Panel from the bar at the bottom of the screen.
Article Id: 14046
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

This article will guide you through how to check your system time and what time zone it is set for. 1. Click on the date / time in your system tray.
Article Id: 15763
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

To Correct a Wavy Monitor Display: 1. Right-click on the the desktop and select Personalize .
Article Id: 13720
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

Windows 7: Creating and Mounting VHD Files Windows 7, with its Virtual PC, allows the user to do numerous new tasks. One of which is creating Virtual Hard Drives (VHD) and the user may now access these files through the original operating system. 1. Select Start from your desktop, and then type ' diskmgmt.msc...
Article Id: 13418
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

The only way to downgrade from Windows 64-bit to Windows 32-bit is to: 1. Back up your computer. We strongly recommend that backup your data. To decide which program to back up, see Windows: Deciding...
Article Id: 16035
Category: Troubleshooting Tips

It is always good to have a system repair disk so that if you mess up with any configuration, you can use the disk to repair. The repair disk may not be needed if you have the Windows 7 boot disc. Once the disc creation is complete, you can use this disc to boot and repair Windows 7. To Create a System Repair Disk: 1. Select the ...
Article Id: 12816
Category: Troubleshooting Tips