[AI] reply about guidance neded

Suresh Kulkarni kulkarnisuresh05 at yahoo.co.in
Thu Jun 10 06:01:32 EDT 2010



--- On Thu, 10/6/10, Raju singh <bidhwin at gmail.com> wrote:

> From: Raju singh <bidhwin at gmail.com>
> Subject: [AI] reply about guidance neded
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Date: Thursday, 10 June, 2010, 2:20 PM
> hello Suresh! 
> 
> I am raju singh, sending you a message, replying you that
> in the E-male you tell about hardware configuration, but you
> did not tell about How much MB/GB of RAM, or How much GB of
> Hard disk you have. therefore I cannot give you perfect
> idea.
> 
> but according to my Idea, you should not install more then
> one version of MS office, because if you installed one or
> more office, confliction will takes place. for example, the
> shortcut of Microsoft word is WinWord in both version (2003
> 2007) therefore, according to my suggestion, you have to
> remove any one version of office from your computer. since
> my suggestion is that office 2003 is more accessible for the
> visually handicapped. yes, you can install more then two
> different version of JAWS, but to run properly, you
> have  enough memory of RAM. after installing window, go
> to hard drive, (local disc C), go to Tools, tab through
> defragmenter hard disk, and defragment it. you have to
> weight for some time, to complete the prosedure. therefore,
> be patient.
> 
> next tricks. if you want to increase your memory of RAM, or
> more free on RAM, go to run...
> (windows+R) type %tmp% and press enter. here select all by
> pressing ctrl+a, and press shift+delete to bypass the
> recycle been. 
> 
> go to run..., type Prefetch, and press enter. here select
> all, (ctrl+a) and shift+delete. 
> 
> go to hard drive, press alt+enter, tab through the disc
> clean up. after a few time, tab through more, and press on
> system restore clean-up. 
> 
> I think this will help you.
> 
> thank you!
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