Monday, 10 June 2013


Monday, 10 June 2013

You don’t currently have permission to access this folder


If you see the dialog box shown here, it means Windows won’t let you peek inside the folder you’re trying to open. A similar message appears when Windows won’t let you open a file.
 The file or folder belongs to somebody with a different user account.
If you hold an Administrator account, you can open files and folders from other people’s user accounts by clicking Continue.
If you don’t have an Administrator account, however, you’re locked out.
If an account holder wants to let others see inside the file or folder, he or she should copy or move the item into the Public folder.

Could not enable file history. The system cannot find the path specified.


File History, isn’t working anymore. This usuall happens because File History was saving your files on a portable hard drive, flash drive, or memory card that’s no longer plugged in to your computer.
Find the portable hard drive or flash drive, plug it back into one of your computer’s USB ports, and turn on File History again to make sure the settings are correct.

Would you like to install this device software?


Are you sure that this software is free from viruses, spyware, and other harmful things?
If you’re sure the file is safe, click the Install button. But if this message appears unexpectedly, or you think it may not be safe, click the Don’t Install button.

Windows isn’t activated

When Windows isn’t activated, it nags you with the message shown.  Microsoft’s copy-protection scheme requires every person to activate his or her Windows 8 copy. When activated, your copy of Windows 8 is linked to your particular computer so that you can’t install it onto another computer, including a tablet or laptop. Choose the link called Learn More About Why You’re Seeing this Issue. You may have been sold a counterfeit version of Windows.
Alternatively, you can download some free product keys from here: WINDOWS 8 PRODUCT KEY

Add your Microsoft account


You may have tried to use the Mail, People, Calendar or Messenger app, which all require a Microsoft account.
You also need one to download an app from the Microsoft Store.
You must sign in with a Microsoft account to perform these and several other tasks in Windows 8.
Sign up for a free Microsoft account. It will help you reap alot of Benefits from Windows 8

Malware detected: Windows Defender is taking action


Windows Defender is a Windows 8 built in Antivirus programme. Windows Defender finds a potentially dangerous file on your computer, it lets you know with this message. Windows Defender then removes the file so it can’t harm your computer or files.
A dangerous file — malware — probably arrived through e-mail, a flash drive, a networked computer, or a website. Windows is removing the file so it can’t do any harm.
This particular notification always appears in the screen’s top-right corner.

How do you want to open this type of file?


 The dialog box appears when Windows doesn’t know which program created the file that you double-clicked. Windows programs add file extensions, onto the ends of filenames. When you double-click a Notepad file, for example, Windows spots the file’s secret, hidden file extension and uses Notepad to open the file. But if Windows doesn’t recognize the file’s secret code letters, this error message appears.
If you know what program created the mysterious file, choose it from the list of programs offered in the message.
If Windows doesn’t offer any valid suggestions, however, choose Look for an App in the Store. You may need to download or buy an app from Start screen’s Store app.

USB device not recognized


This message appears when you’re trying to plug a new part into your computer’s USB port, but something went wrong. Either the part isn’t compatible with Windows 8, or it simply hit a glitch.
If you’ve plugged a cable or device into one of your computer’s connectors, unplug it. Wait 30 seconds and then plug it back into a different USB port. No luck? Then leave it plugged in, but restart your computer.

If it still doesn’t work, the answer is clear: You need to track down a driver, which is a special piece of software that lets your gadget talk to Windows.

Something went wrong: Couldn’t share photo(s) with Mail


The Mail app tried to send photos with your e-mail but failed. Your e-mail hasn’t been sent. As long as your Internet connection isn’t at fault, then this message usually appears after you’ve tried to send too many photos to a friend. E-mail programs choke on large files, and today’s high-resolution cameras create photos too large to be sent more than two or three at a time. Send your photos no more than two at a time, creating a new e-mail for each one. Or, click the Send Using SkyDrive Instead link.

Insert media

image1.jpg The window appears when your computer needs some of the original Windows 8 installation files.
 You’re trying to use some troubleshooting tools like the Windows 8 Reset or Remove Everything options, and the tools need original files to replace some missing ones.
 Rummage around for your original Windows 8 disc or flash drive and insert it into your computer. Windows will notice the incoming files and take over from there.


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