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Because the region from where you're browsing or setup your google location or using proxy/vpn then your browser has kept the cookies of that region and for particular thing or what you're searching about and then showing you results from that region/location. So if you're tired of that then i would suggest you to clear your cookies from browser settings. Still if it doesn't work then try to change your ip address and then try (this will work definitely but this is 2nd option) :)
here is the solution for the second option www.purevpn.com/blog/change-ip-address-android-devices/
but try implementing first option of clearing cookies.

Microsoft... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019

Corrupt file is because infected by a virus,copying file not complete,or broken download. you can try miniPE to recover your file.miniPE is an amazing CD BOOTING.download and try it.

Microsoft... | Answered on Apr 06, 2014

whenever i open the internet explorer i get a window askin for " this is not a valid zip code"
try again and if i press the ok button is shows one more window asking for " enter the zip code that you would like to display the weather for:" and it asks for a number... what should i do to get this problem solved.. please reply me as soon as possible... its damaging my pc.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 17, 2013

Hello Abdul,
Find the closest zip code near you and it should fix the problem.

Microsoft... | Answered on May 09, 2013

it happens...Livonia,Michigan...right?
Try the next larger area - zip code.

I've had the same problem; Our town has 4 zip codes within, and while mine shows "invalid" at times, the next one works fine.

Microsoft... | Answered on Mar 13, 2013

just set your zipcode and hit save also make sure your in the correct timezone

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 28, 2011

There are a lot of causes for this. I'll list a few of the more common ones that you can try to resolve yourself first. If none of them work you will need to take it to a computer shop to get them to look at it for you.
#1 - Dust Open up the case (check that you are not voiding the warranty by doing this first). You particularly want to look for dust on the heatsink - this is the big metal bit under the fan.
Dust is the number 1 leading cause for slow pcs and freezes. The more dust the hotter the cpu gets the slower it becomes (to prevent overheating) and it will sieze up if it gets to hot.
If you feel confident yourself, you can clean the dust off with a dry paintbrush or even better is an air blower. Please ensure the computer is unplugged while you clean the dust out, also be very careful not to touch the eletronics while doing this as you may risk static electricity damaging your motherboard.
#2 - Malware/Virus Run virus and malware scans on your computer. If you do not have a virus scanner you can either get a free 30 day trial of NOD32 (www.eset.com) or you can download AVG free (free.avg.com).
Also run a malware scan, you can get a very good scanner called malwarebytes (www.malwarebytes.org).
#3 - RAM You might need more RAM in your computer. RAM is very cheap these days, some shops will do the installation for free if you purchase ram from them.
You can see how much ram you currently have by right-click the My Computer icon and choosing properties. XP will run with as little as 128Mb of ram, but I recomment using at least 1Gb (1,024Mb) for a good performance. 2Gb would be even better, more than that would be overkill unless you are doing heavy graphic design or 3d gaming.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jul 13, 2011

change command line to f12.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 25, 2011


Please dont reply on anything that you are not faniliar with because theres a possibility that its a spam message that will just asked you to pay something in return. Just disregard such message like that...

Hope this will help...Your response is very much appreciated...

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 24, 2011

Try this, right click on the folder that contains the JPEG files (.jpg) or right click on a certain JPEG image and scroll down the pop up menu and select "properties", then from the properties window look down at the "attributes" section and then un-chech the read only box, then select "apply", and then "Ok'.

Of course you will most likely have to be logged on as an administrator to actually change that. Here are some images to help assist you.




Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 24, 2010

insert the cd .. go to my computer >> dvd or something like that (double click) .. the game stars do step by step and u installed it or when u double click u go to a page then click on setup and install it.

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 12, 2010

Try downloading Revo Uninstaller. This software is one of the best uninstallers ever made. It can uninstall programs that Add/Remove Programs can't uninstall.

Click here to go to the Revo Uninstaller homepage.

This will surely help you out!

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

you can download the Revo Uninstaller from filehippo.com. use that program to uninstall train master completely

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

I dont like to do this but
Delete it
Use a registry cleaner to finish it off

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

It won't let you destroy the Operating System you are using.

Why are you trying to remove XP?

let me know and I will guide you further

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

Hi, Adobe Flash Player does not require a Registration Number. Its free.

Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 12, 2010


thank you for your query

Pelase go to the following link which has the fix for the issue you are experiencing



Microsoft... | Answered on Jun 02, 2010

This happens when your computer can not find/read the drive the operating system is installed on.

If you have more than one hard drive and/or optical drives installed your BIOS is probably selecting the wrong one to boot from. Select F1 and go tothe boot menue and ensure you are booting from the drive you desire first, it can boot from several drives but in the order you choose.

Loose/dirty drive connectors are often the cause of this problem, clean/replug them.

A slightly faulty hard drive can also cause this intermittant problem. Go to the Start menu, then Accessories and then Command prompt. Once in DOS type in CHKDSK/F. CHKDSK will report problems but not fix them without the /F after.

All hard drives develope dad sectors which are usually corrected without you knowing about it, fixing it with the above does not neccassarialy mean your drive is bad and needs replacing. I have had to run CHKDSK/F many times in order to repair a small failing section of a drive that has then lasted many nyears

Microsoft... | Answered on May 27, 2010

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