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Another day, another download :tazz: We can get rid of the unwanted programmes later

If you et this, I am at a PC with the same programme so can show you waht is what, after you install it, you need to start it from all programmes, if it asks to be the default, select yes, and also start when windows starts, and to start minimized

http://www.donationc...ptor/index.html

With this, right click the taskbar icon and it will show a list of options, you need capture active window, although this is easier to use for capturing selected region, then click edit then preferences then files and folders to choose which folder you want to save to
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Ok Keith. Will try the other one. Was thinking a hijack this log is no good for this to show programmes ?
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I'm not sure it would show the contents of any particular folder
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Keith. Have downloaded this now. I will try that new programme tomorow when it will be a fresh start as I am determined not to mess up on this new one. So hopefully will send you a copy of those search files. Looks complicated but will give it a real go. And will keep calm. Thanks for your help
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No problem, post in when you are ready
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Hi Keith. Have captured the window with screenshot captor. As it involved a lot of scrolling down, I had to take 3 shots which I have saved in my received files. The shots look quite small when I view them although I did have the whole window on screen. Hope that is ok . Not sure how to get them on screen so you can view though ?
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Click add reply and then below the box will be add attachment, browse for the image, press add attachment, then it will show another box with add in to post, try with one to see how it goes

One thing I did consider was copying the file (638MB) to CDR / DVDRW disc, checking it on another PC to see the data is on there and accessible, which would mean you could delete the file and then only load back on the data you want
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Screenshot___09_01_2006___19_07_11.png Keith, I have added one. Is that ok?
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That's fine
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Thanks, Keith. I will add the other 2. They might overlap a bit but hopefully will be ok. If there is anything incriminating on this, it wont be me ! Screenshot___09_01_2006___19_08_39.png Screenshot___09_01_2006___19_08_39.png

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Edited by susan10179, 10 January 2006 - 02:41 PM.

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Can you post the screenshot(s) of the programme files folder
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How do I do that ? This is the screen shot in the file folder.

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Click start then my computer then double click local drive C then double click programme files, ignore the warning, you should have a folder with lots of folders, if you can take the screenshot(s) of those in the same way you got the ones you posted, I just want to crosscheck the entries for duplicates
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Ok . Here goes. Screenshot___10_01_2006___20_55_39.png Screenshot___10_01_2006___20_55_39.png Screenshot___10_01_2006___20_56_42.png Screenshot___10_01_2006___20_57_09.png . I have loads downloaded as was trying to sort this out .

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I will have a look but bubblefish bob seems to be a duplicate
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