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    Desktop clock is gone

    BE NICE IF PEOPLE WOULD ONLY COMMENT WHEN THEY HAVE A DEFINITE SOLUTION; THANKS...! -=8^)~(^8=- ISSUE: DESKTOP TOOLBAR ICONS AND CLOCK ARE NOT DISPLAYED... O.S.: WINDOWS 7 ( MINE IS WIN7-ULT-X64 HIGHLY CUSTOMIZED FOR PERSONAL USAGE BUILD: 7601 W/ ALL UPDATES FROM M.S. UPDATE ) MY SOLUTION TO...
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    Boot errors after expanding windows 7 partition

    honestly, it was easier just to reinstall windows 7 than to research this issue...
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    Boot errors after expanding windows 7 partition

    however... after further review another time the reg changes to make my c:\ to d:\ also worked like a charm, so thanks for that info as well, had this happen on another pc, that did work, so thanks again...!
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    Boot errors after expanding windows 7 partition

    I RECENTLY had boot issues, so i changed my system drive from dynamic to basic format, in doing so i couldn't boot into my profile, it loaded the temp profile, i have tried all the suggestions, which BTW, if people don't know (like i did not) boot your windows 7 repair cd (that You should have...
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    Installation Problem ("System could not create a partition...")

    It's very simple (in my case) I am fortunate to have a newer pc AlienWare Wartime Edition i7/x58 4 core/ 8 threads With a nice BIOS, So in the BIOS i disable all drives accept cd/dvd and hard drive I am going to Install windows on!!! This narrows it down and allows me to install, no problemo...
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    Program Icons Missing in All Programs Menu

    VISTA Bulk that causes STARTMENU items to slug slow downs when clicked, Hello Win7!!! What gets me is why in windows VISTA when You click items in the STARTMENU does it take forever to respond... argh! lol thank god for win7!!! Anyway the bulk of VISTA makes a slug out of even a fine PC to be...
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    Program Icons Missing in All Programs Menu

    Hid the STARTMENU Folder in properties!!! (Win7 Ultimate OS) I did as stated earlier in a post and that was to simply goto c:/appdata/"My named account"/startmenu and click on HIDDEN for that folder, then apply and OK and clicked START button then clicked ALL Programs and loe and behold ALL...
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