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Did you get the picture in safe mode or normal mode?
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Safe mode but I have reformatted the computer as he has to leave the city today and had no other choice

problem seems to not be there anymore
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Safe mode but I have reformatted the computer as he has to leave the city today and had no other choice

problem seems to not be there anymore

OK I'm sorry it came to that but time restraints are not easy to overcome. Glad to hear it is resolved and thanks for letting us know. :)
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No apology needed as you tried your best and I always get support from you with my technical problems

Thanks for your time again, i appreciate it
and maybe if you could check out my other topic on NAS (Network Attached Storage) in the Hardware section

Edited by GeekForgotten, 25 August 2011 - 03:24 PM.

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