Comments for http://microsoftproblems.com Fri, 12 Dec 2014 11:29:28 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1.7 Comment on Scanning Outlook Express For Viruses by admin http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-support-2/scanning-outlook-express-for-viruses/#comment-39623 Fri, 12 Dec 2014 11:29:28 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3630#comment-39623 If you are planning to use a Windows 8 computer instead or your old Windows 7 one, you would need to transfer the files in to the new PC. For this, you may require a software application. To know how to do this, please refer this link – http://microsoftproblems.com/windows-8-transfer/steps-to-transfer-files-from-windows-7-to-windows-8/

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Comment on Scanning Outlook Express For Viruses by roger stewart http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-support-2/scanning-outlook-express-for-viruses/#comment-39613 Fri, 12 Dec 2014 04:47:49 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3630#comment-39613 I am in the process of upgrading my Windows 7 system. Well, I didn’t have any plans for it but since I won’t be getting any more updates for my PC after January, I have planned to do it. Can you tell me how to transfer my files to Windows 8?

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Comment on Scanning Outlook Express For Viruses by admin http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-support-2/scanning-outlook-express-for-viruses/#comment-39487 Tue, 09 Dec 2014 11:56:03 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3630#comment-39487 The error 0×80004005 is associated with the Windows Defender program and it usually pops up when your system is unable to remove an adware. You can use the instructions available in the article on the following link to fix the error – http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-help/steps-to-fix-the-error-0x80004005-in-your-windows-computer/

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Comment on Scanning Outlook Express For Viruses by kobe neil http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-support-2/scanning-outlook-express-for-viruses/#comment-39469 Tue, 09 Dec 2014 04:40:39 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3630#comment-39469 Last night, while working on my system I got a message that said error 0×80004005. I tried booting my PC but even after turning it on, IU am still able to see this same message. What should I do now?

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Comment on Microsoft’s Patching Policies Changed Due To Microsoft Updates by admin http://microsoftproblems.com/fix-microsoft-errors-2/microsofts-patching-policies-changed-due-to-microsoft-updates/#comment-35533 Fri, 24 Oct 2014 12:13:25 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3565#comment-35533 If you are using Microsoft Office 2013, you will get automatic updates on your computer. The message that you keep getting may be a notification regarding the update for Office. To get more information on getting updates for Office 2013, you can follow this link- http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-fix-it-2/how-to-fix-the-latest-update-issues-with-microsoft-office-2013/

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Comment on Microsoft’s Patching Policies Changed Due To Microsoft Updates by mickey myers http://microsoftproblems.com/fix-microsoft-errors-2/microsofts-patching-policies-changed-due-to-microsoft-updates/#comment-35503 Fri, 24 Oct 2014 04:50:30 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3565#comment-35503 I use MS Office 2013 but I am not able to get the latest updates for Office. Whenever I open Outlook or Word, an error message pop ups on the screen. It says something about the update. What should I do?

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Comment on Microsoft’s Patching Policies Changed Due To Microsoft Updates by admin http://microsoftproblems.com/fix-microsoft-errors-2/microsofts-patching-policies-changed-due-to-microsoft-updates/#comment-35224 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:12:53 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3565#comment-35224 The error message you got can even be a notification that is warning you about something in Outlook. In most cases, the application works fine after it is reinstalled. Since you’ve already done that, follow this link to troubleshoot this issue- http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-help/fixing-issues-with-outlook-in-vista/

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Comment on Microsoft’s Patching Policies Changed Due To Microsoft Updates by jane williams http://microsoftproblems.com/fix-microsoft-errors-2/microsofts-patching-policies-changed-due-to-microsoft-updates/#comment-35196 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:39:25 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=3565#comment-35196 My computer runs on Windows Vista and I can’t access Outlook on it. Whenever I open Outlook, it says there’s some error in the application. I have reinstalled Outlook but still it is not working. Do I need to call a technician to fix this?

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Comment on How to report Microsoft problems with Windows XP by Richard Delgado http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-problems/how-to-report-microsoft-problems-with-windows-xp/#comment-32752 Fri, 26 Sep 2014 22:41:30 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=71#comment-32752 Have an app Photo V-Carve pro on 8.0 worked fine as soon as installed 8.1 update the app stopped working, an invalid argument message propt comes up and stops the app from working

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Comment on How To Fix Microsoft Programs by Marlene http://microsoftproblems.com/microsoft-tech-support/how-to-fix-microsoft-programs/#comment-27780 Tue, 01 Jul 2014 12:27:35 +0000 http://microsoftproblems.com/?p=2115#comment-27780 I am really disgusted with Office Starter 2010. It worked up until a couple days ago. I can no longer access it (MSWord Starter 2010 & . MS Excel Starter 2010). When I try to open these programs I receive this message: “Click-2-Run configuration failure”. Problem not my fault. Fault is with Microsoft. Am requesting free assistance/support from Microsoft.

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