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  1. EdAWood

    Windows 10 Set Associations File in Windows 10 64bit

    Thanks, guys, for all of your help. I think that my wife is installing Adobe Reader when she goes to a webpage that has a .pdf file she wants to read and the page tells her she has to have Adobe Reader installed to read it. She clicks on the button to install the program and overrides Adobe...
  2. EdAWood

    Windows 10 Set Associations File in Windows 10 64bit

    To Neemobeer and Mike. Thanks for the tip. I have already done as you suggested on right clicking on the file and choosing "open with" and making that the default program. However, I have to do that EACH TIME I reopen the file(s). That is why I was trying to make the change in the "Set...
  3. EdAWood

    Windows 10 Set Associations File in Windows 10 64bit

    I am running Windows 10 Pro on an i7 Dual Core 3.5mb with 16gb memory on an Aesus Box. I have Adobe Acrobat 10 installed on my system. Adobe Reader XI is also installed (by some program) on my system, and is the default programs for .pdf files. I have accessed the Set Associations File through...
  4. EdAWood

    Windows 10 Edge and Roboform

    RoboForm will not work with Edge, MS's new Internet Browser simply because Edge does not allow extensions. RoboForm programmers state that until the Edge programmers allow extensions, there is nothing that they can do to make RoboForm compatible with the Edge Browser. Come on, Microsoft! Quit...
  5. EdAWood

    Windows 10 saPlugin.dll

    I have not had a chance to edit my McAfee Antivirus Plus program yet to see if that corrects the problem. I will let you know the results of that procedure.
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    Windows 10 saPlugin.dll

    Recently, I have been getting an error dialog window that says: "There was a problem starting saPlugin.dll The specified module could not be found." This error message occurs when I have opened a gmail account from a desktop icon for gmail, however it only occurs the first time gmail...
  7. EdAWood

    CHANGING DEFAULT BOOT DRIVE

    The UEFI was active on my ASUS computer when I installed Win 7 on the machine. When I did the WX Pro upgrade WX migrated to drive C with all of my Win 7 settings intact. Here is a .pdf file of my Computer Management screen.
  8. EdAWood

    CHANGING DEFAULT BOOT DRIVE

    That's just the problem. This MB has the newer UEFI BIOS, not the old legacy BIOS. It is very confusing, and I cannot figure out how to change the boot drive. The UEFI BIOS is not straight forward like the legacy BIOS where you could simply select the drive that you wanted to boot from. Thanks...
  9. EdAWood

    CHANGING DEFAULT BOOT DRIVE

    I have an ASUS B85M-E motherboard installed in my system. I just upgraded from Win 7 Ultimate to WX Pro. I have migrated the OS to my 128gb SSD drive labeled Drive S: How do I make Drive S: the default drive replacing Drive C:? My goal is to have my SSD have only the OS files on board with the...
  10. EdAWood

    Host file in Windows 10

    In Windows 7, one was able to edit the hosts.txt file located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc sub-directory to add lines i.e. (127.0.0.1 www.anywebpage.com) to block access to that particular web page. Where is the host.txt file located in Windows 10? and can you still use that procedure to...
  11. EdAWood

    Can't Copy and Paste in Win 10

    My goal is to have only the OS on the SSD and not all of the associated files. I would like to have the other files on my internal 1tb HDD. I guess I was trying to copy too many files at one time. I was using select all, then copy, then migrating to the 2tb drive, to the new sub-directory, then...
  12. EdAWood

    Can't Copy and Paste in Win 10

    I am trying to migrate Win 10 from a 1tb partition on internal drive C: to a 128gb internal SSD. I am using EaseUS Total Backup Ver. 8.2 to do this task. EaseUS suggests that you back up your documents, music, video, & pictures folders to a separate drive then erase all of the files in those...
  13. EdAWood

    Insider Preview Installing Windows 10 Pro to SSD - Windows 7 Ultimate is on HDD

    Greetings everyone, I have an ASUS computer with an intel i7 Multicore processor, 16gb ram, and 3 internal drives installed (1 1tb HHD, a 2tb HDD, and a 128gb SSD). I also have 3 external drives available (1tb USB, a 750gb USB, and a 500gb USB). The 500gb USB drive is connected. I am currently...
  14. EdAWood

    WIN 7 DOES NOT RECOGNIZE ALL INSTALLED HARDDRIVES

    Dumb me! The problem was that I had not formatted the 2nd 250gb hdd. I discovered this by going to Computer/Manage/Disk Management. It recognized Drive 0, and informed me that it had not been initialized. I proceeded to format it, and now it is recognized. I guess we all make stupid...
  15. EdAWood

    WIN 7 DOES NOT RECOGNIZE ALL INSTALLED HARDDRIVES

    Hey all, I have recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my barebones system that I built. A physical descriptions is: Gigabyte GL-P945-PL-S3 Motherboard with an Intel Dual Core Processer running @ 2.3ghz Three (3) internal hdd. One (1) 1tb SATA, One (1) 250gb SATA, and...
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