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I can’t get onto the desktop at all, so I can’t even select anything to try and change the drivers back....
Okay, so I got Windows 8 Customer Preview when it came out, and i wanted to play some games like Mine craft, but when i tried to run it, it just used to crash due to bad drivers or something, i cant remember exactly what it used to say but it gave me an error and some notice that it couldn't run the game due to bad drivers, so i looked up help for it, and i tried everything, then I found 1 more trick people were using to get it running and I tried it. I waited for a few moments while I was changing the default driver like everyone else, then it said I had to restart the computer so I did.
Everything was fine during boot up, no problems at all, but it got to the log on screen and it was kind of jerky, but then it sorted itself out, so I put my password in and then it froze for a few seconds, when it loaded it was just as normal like it used to be, then when I clicked on the desktop the monitor started flickering and nothing was coming up, then it would freeze, and take me back to the log on screen. I've tried many times to log on, and try things to get it working so i can change the drivers back again, but every time it just does the same pattern of Log on, click desktop, flickering, freeze for a few seconds, crash back to log on screen, and I cant get any further than there. Please can someone help me with the issue?
I Google search a tool online - Windows Password Recovery Tool. It also works great on Windows XP/Vista/7/Server 2008, etc password forgotten.
Below are steps to create Windows password reset disk with Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 to reset forgotten Windows 8 password.
Step 1. Logon a pc that you can download something. Download Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0, install it with several clicks and then run it.
Step 2. Burn a Windows 8 password reset disk with a blank CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive. A USB Flash Drive will be better if the locked Win pc with the driver.
Step 3. Connect the burned Windows 8 password reset disk with the locked Win computer, Press DELETE, F1, F2, F10, F12 or Alt+S (choose one or combined key that screen may display a sentence while computer starts), then set bios to boot pc from USB Flash Drive, restart pc and there will load software program.
Step 4. Choose the user account that you need reset the unknown logon password, click "reset" button to begin password reset.
Step 5. A message box will pop up, just click "Yes", then the login password will be reset a new one.
Step 6. Shift out this Windows 8 password reset disk, restart PC with logon password problem. Now you will successfully logon Windows 8 without password.
Take it easy once we forgot Windows 8 password or need recover password for Windows 8!
I am running windows 7, home premium on an Acer Aspire laptop.
I have forgotten my administrator password therefore can not log in or do anything at all on it apart from view log in page, what do i do?
I got suggestions from some of my friends that they always do when forgot Windows 7 password.
A. Try various possible passwords, such as my birthday, mother's name, my pets name if I got a dog, etc.
B. Change password via command prompt. But I just have that one account - administrator!
C. Reset forgotten Win7 password with Windows Password Recovery Tool. It is a powerful password recovery utility that you write to a disk, and then boot your computer with. Just follow the steps below:
Step 1. Logon a pc that you can download something. Download Windows Password Recovery Tool Professional, install it with several clicks and then run it.
Step 2. Burn a Windows 7 password reset disk with a blank CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive. A USB Flash Drive will be better if the locked Win 7 pc with the driver.
Step 3. Connect the burned Win 7 password reset disk with the locked Win 7 computer, Press DELETE, F1, F2, F10, F12 or Alt+S (choose one or combined key that screen may display a sentence while computer starts), then set bios to boot pc from USB Flash Drive, restart pc and there will load software program.
Step 4. Choose the user account that you need reset the unknown logon password, click "reset" button to begin password reset.
Step 5. A message box will pop up, just click "Yes", then the login password will be reset a new one.
Step 6. Shift out this Windows 7 password reset disk, restart PC with logon password problem. Now you will successfully logon Windows 7 without password.
So, the method C helps reset forgotten Win7 password safely and quickly! Next time, the disk will still work if forgot password for Windows 7!
Also, share method D to all Windows 7 OS users:
D. Create a password reset disk before we forgot Windows 7 password:
Step 1. Connect a blank USB flash drive with your unlocked computer.
Step 2. Click your user account icon on the Start menu and select "Create a password reset disk" when User Accounts dialog box displays.
Step 3. Input: password reset disk the three words in the Search box. When the "Forgotten Password Wizard" appears, click "Next".
Step 4. Select your USB flash drive and click "Next" to enter current password.
Step 5. When the wizards finish creating Windows 7 password reset disk, the file named userkey.psw will be in your USB.
Keep the method, believe it will help you one day when forgot Windows 7 password!
Are you using a computer installed with Windows XP? Do you get tired of seeing the dull desktop all the time? As a matter of fact, Microsoft Windows XP lets you change the look of your operating system. You can make a change in every aspect or just several aspects.
If you want change every aspect of your computer’s appearance, including colors, sounds, pointers, password and the desktop background, you should change your theme. Firstly find out a theme you like. Then right click the desktop and click Properties. In the Display Properties dialog box, click the Themes tab, click the Theme list, and then select the theme you want to use. In the preview of the theme, if you like, click OK. Otherwise, click Cancel. The new theme takes effect quickly like windows password reset.
If you just want to change your screen’s appearance, you should do like this: also right click the desktop, and then click Properties. In the Display Properties dialog box, click the Appearance tab. Then you should choose what you want to change. Click Color scheme list to change colors, click Font size to change text size. Also you can click Advanced button to make more changes, such as the color of buttons, the size of the text and so on. When you have finished, click OK. In the Display Properties dialog box, click Apply to test your settings.
Of course if you get tired of your computer’s new look, you can always change the theme again, or you can select the Windows XP theme to return to the familiar blue.
In addition, it is possible that you may set up a password to protect the safety of your computer. Remember create a Windows XP password reset disk at the same time which can be helpful if you forget the password.
Sitting here in my fifteen year old truck on what police call heroin alley. It's a dark, damp morning.
I'm a dinosaur. I'm old enough to remember three social wars in my country; the war on poverty, the war on crime, and the war on drugs. I need only step out of my vehicle and begin to walk in order to find out how these wars turned out.
Based upon the outcome of these social wars I got the feeling I know how our latest war, the war on terror is going to turn out.
Looking out over Martin Luther King Boulevard before I exit and walk to the last job in Cleveland, I remember a quote from the late, great Martin Luther King Jr., Everything that we see is a shadow cast by that which we do not see. Life-like figures emerging from the blackness, make their transactions, and then disappear back into the beautiful, sardonic park called Rockefeller.
The emerging blackness in our veins makes a transaction in our brain then disappears into the beautiful, sardonic park called high.
As I fall victim to the actors in this crossroads of wars I found myself in, I wonder, am I also the creator?
As we fall victim to the actors in the crossroads of wars we find ourselves in, I wonder, are we also the creator?
Remember the Fallen
A day to remember
Whether famous in
Their chosen pursuits
Or consigned to the
Realm of obscurity,
All are heroes for
Heeding the call and
At the altar of war
Defending their homes
Or attacking oppressors.
Remember also those who
Continue to fight
Long after the smoke clears
And the last sword lowered.
Those who came home
Found new battles to fight,
New challenges to peace
In a restless society.
Not all injustices come
From axes of evil,
But are found anywhere
Inequalities exist and
Whether fault of governments
Or indifference by its peoples.
Remember the fallen,
Regardless of the battlefields
That claimed them;
They gave their last breath
To give others life.
In memory of
Lt. Brandon Ratliff
(10/27/72 – 3/18/04)
© 2010 by Robert E. Blackwell
And get this, it's also very similar to health reform that Ken Blackwell campaigned for in his failed bid to be Ohio governor which he called "Buckeye Health Connection." Sounds like a dating club for medical practioners, but I digress.
What ObamaCare, RomneyCare and BlackwellCare all have in common is that they use the force of government to mandate that people buy private, for-profit health insurance.
Credit Senator Bernie Sanders for improving ObamaCare by increasing funding for community health clinics but really, is this the best that a Dem President, Dem House and fillibuster-proof Democratic Senate can do!?
Change we can believe in is Blackwellian proposals!?
Ohio's woes have come to this.
Governor Strickland's support for Issue 2, the attempted corporate hi-jacking of the state Constitution by agri-business, leads me to call upon Jerry Springer to challenge Governor Strickland for the Democratic nomination for Ohio governor.
Governor Strickland has regularly dissed his left flank since taking office.
He has drastically cut the social safety net. He has forsaken renewable energy sources and supported dirty coal, oil and nuke power . He has been silent about single-payer, Medicare for All which would save the state and local levels of government billions of dollars each year by reducing the taxpayers' cost for health insurance for public employees. Governor Strickland helped to unlawfully and unethically rob Attorney General Marc Dann of his elected office. He continues to support the death penalty. Drug decriminalization and industrial hemp legalization, not on the horizon. And, Strickland has appointed Taft/Bush acolytes throughout state government.
Ohio continues to be on the wrong track. Strickland's trickle-down, Reaganomic policies will not bring back our manufacturing and innovative base.
The people of Ohio decisiviely voted for real change in 2006 and 2008. Governnor Strickland deserves a Democratic primary challenge from someone who will not be beholden to corporate and tycoon campaign contributors. What other liberal has the name recognition, communication skills, money and ego other than Jerry Springer?
C'mon home Jerry, you've made enough money.
Springer for Governor in 2010!
Let Jerry know that Ohio needs him. Here's a link to his Facebook page. :
Our tax dollars pay for costly private health insurance for public employees. Columbus has about 8,000 employees and the city’s contribution for health insurance premiums was about $95,000,000 in 2008, according to a city hall employee. That’s a sizable portion of the city budget (about 6.5%).
The state of Ohio has about 60,000 employees. State government is byzantine and I haven’t been able to determine the state’s contributions for health insurance but it must be in the neighborhood of $500 to $600 million (any state workers out there know?)
btw, I am not opposed to government employees getting health insurance. Health care is a human right, you know, the right to life, liberty, ….. But, taxpayers shouldn’t have to over-pay for it so health insurance CEOs make $100 million a year.
The point is that Governor Strickland and Mayor Coleman and other government chief executives should be pounding podiums across the nation demanding single-payer (Medicare for All). Getting public employees into Medicare for All would save government at all levels (and school districts) hundreds of billions of dollars per year nationwide. Some of the savings could be used to make sure every American is insured.
These are outdated statistics but demonstrate how the U.S. overpays for health care.
Healthcare spending, per capita, in the U.S. is $6,714, which is expected to double in the next 7 to 10 years if nothing is done.
Health care spending, per capita, in Canada is $3,698 (Medicare for all)
Health care spending, per capita, in the U.K. is $2,760 (socialist medical system).
The cost savings of single-payer (Medicare for all) for public employees would be in the 40% range. That would mean a wind-fall of about $40 million for the city of Columbus alone. Which would make the recent sales tax increase unnecessary.
This is all very relevent because Rep. Dennis Kucinich sponsored an admendment that was approved in the House Committee on Education and Labor to the House’s health-care reform bill allowing states to create single-payer health care systems if they so choose.
Our local corporate media has for some reason not reported how single-payer, (Medicare for All) would save Ohio taxpayers billions of dollars by removing the middle-man, the insurance companies, between doctors and patients.
I think President Obama foolishly took a national Medicare for all off the table right from the start. He should have instructed Democratic poo-bahs to hold rallies for it. At least then, the so-called public option would have been viewed as a middle-ground, compromise position.
There is still no excuse for governors, mayors, county commissioners and school board members not to be advocating strongly for getting public employees into a Medicare for all system to conserve taxpayer dollars.
You could ask these advertisers if they endorse or reject Glenn Beck's
comments and insinuations. The Glenn Beck Show can be heard between 9
AM and noon weekdays on 610 WTVN, Brian Dytko, General Manager, phone number 486-6101. You could suggest that WTVN's parent company, Clear Channel, return Air America Radio (Progressive Talk) to the radio airwaves in Columbus and then you wouldn't be so upset as to call advertisers.
btw, many of the advertisers did not realize that their ads were running during the Glenn Beck Show or they were unfamiliar with his show. Several advertising decision-makers said they would consider not sponsoring Beck's show because with just a few initial calls. Their decision would be much easier if more calls were made.
Here are the advertisers heard during the Glenn Beck Radio Show this week:
Rep. Zach Space (D), it's an outrage that a Democrat would sponsor Glenn Beck!!!
Marketing Director (216) 774-5787, She said they would no longer sponsor Beck. You could suggest ask that the Ohio Lottery not buy ads during Limbaugh, Hannity and Levine also.
3C Body Shop
274-8245 ask for Bob J.
Dave Fox Remodeling
459-7211, ask for Bryce
Care Heating and Cooling
544-4270, ask for Tony M, he said they would no longer advertise during Glenn Beck. I suggest you ask them to not advertise during Limbaugh, Hannity and Levine also.
Safe-lite Auto Glass
614-210-9015, ask for Matt J.
Stone Creek Dental
Ohio Male Performance Clinic, no surprise here!
384-2626 Ask for Dawna. Don't call close to lunch-time. Difficult to get a live person.
Bruck Safe Company
And, here are the advertisers of The Glenn Beck TV show on Fox News, weekdays 5:00 to 6:00 PM:
Dr. Robin Beran
There is a national effort to contact advertisers of the Glenn Beck radio and TV shows. Learn more about it at www.colorofchange.org .
This is from a USA Today "Common Ground" column with conservative Cal Thomas and moderate Bob Beckel , published in 2007. http://blogs.usatoday.com/oped/2007/07/a-warning-to-ta....
Bob: So how's that for common ground? No Fairness Doctrine, but encourage grassroots pressure directed at advertisers of radio, or any broadcast programs — liberal or conservative — that not only don't allow dissenting opinions, but lie with impunity.
Cal Thomas: If people don't like a program, they can both choose not to listen and not buy the products advertised on such shows. Boycotts, after all, are as American as apple pie.
Medicare for ALL would also be a godsend to school districts and state and local governments during a time of cutbacks and tight budgets. So why aren't Governors and Mayors speaking out in force for Medicare for ALL?
There are different types of blogs but all the same they can generate income. If a blogger has high hits everyday (high number of visitors or guests), he could have a high potential to earn from his blog.
One way to earn from blogging is installing Google AdSense. This is a list of relevant advertisements on the sidebar of the blogsite. If a blogger writes about technology, Google AdSense will post advertisements related to gadgets, for instance. When a blogger has Google AdSense, and his blog gets hits everyday, chances are, his guests will click the advertisements (pay-per-click), which will result to income for the blogger.
Another way to earn from blogging is creating a list of affiliate programs. This simply gives the blogger a part of a product's earning once a visitor purchases the product from the blogger's site. Once approved, a blogger can add links to his blog entries which direct to the affilite program's homepage. This is free promotion but may generate income.
One main requirement in earning from blogging is making a niche, or a specific area a blogger should write about. For example, a blogger writes about entertainment. The AdSense would be related to entertainment. In addition, the blog site could be easily “searchable” in search engines.
Another requirement is the blog popularity. This means many users read the blog everyday, therefore getting hits for the page, and thus, making the blog page popular.
The most important requirement is a blogger should learn how to blog not only about his personal accounts and experiences, but for other people as well. Example is a custom essay sites that have thousand of visitors compate to entertainment blog with 5 to 10 readers.
About the Author:
Rita Walton is a blogger since 2003. At first she shared her essay write ups in Easyjournal and Livejournal, and then eventually was able to build her own website. She has conducted trainings on Google AdSense and all other means of earning money from blogging for the past three years.
My opposition lies in the fact that nuclear power plants can't compete in the free market. No insurance company would insure a nuke plant. The Price-Anderson Act makes the government the insurer of nuclear power plants which is a gigantic welfare check to the nuclear industry.
My understanding is that nuclear power is actually fossil-fuel intensive because of the massive energy required to extract uranium.
There's also the issue of the storage of radioactive waste and safety concerns. The Davis-Bessey nuke plant near Toledo very nearly had a catastrophic disaster just a few years ago.
Ohio would be much better off investing and encouraging clean, safe and renewable energy such as wind, solar and geothermal. Doing so would put thousands of people to work.
You say that "education is the only long-term solution for the state of Ohio." Unfortunately, you're putting the cart in front of the horse.
We need to bring back manufacturing to re-build the tax base in order to fund education. The U.S. needs to withdraw from the WTO and tear up NAFTA to bring back our industrial base.
And, cutting vital government services and wages of state workers puts us in a race to the bottom. Governor Strickland, Ohioans aren't buying new cars because wages aren't keeping up with the cost of living.
The only way out of the economic collapse is to stimulate demand in the economy and wages are the source of demand.
Again Governor, will you convey to President Obama that we urgently need to withdraw from the WTO and NAFTA and instead negotiate bi-lateral trade deals? There's no reason America can't make it's own shoes, TV's, and most other consumer and industrial goods.
Sure, doing so will increase prices. But fair trade will also put people back to work in good jobs. Re-inflating the credit bubble is sheer madness and not the route to sustained prosperity.
Promoted from the forums. --David
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