CALIFORNIA -- I was getting error messages, that really made me unable to use my computer without a lot of stress. I was advised to upgrade to Windows 7. In order to install Windows 7 I was told I had to uninstall ... read full review7 Replies - Latest reply on 12/31/2011
Misdirecting the market place
Both my wife and my self went to Best Buy and received advice and direction on computer purchases, We were instructed to ad Vista as an operating system. We were told even though we wanted XP which we ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 07/19/2011
If this is not legit I can forward the e-mail> 6 Replies - Latest reply on 12/10/2010Add reply
I bought a Toshiba Laptop had Microsoft office 2010 put on it. It has a mind of its own. I can be typing and the page disappears. Then it will jump to another line. I had my neighbor check and she found the same thing. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/22/2010Add reply
I am completely disgusted with Microsoft and their Zune product. I purchased a Zune 120gb only to have it quit after 7 months. Microsoft sent me a replacement only to have the same problem right out of the box. I have spent hours with tech support and customer service, all to no avail. I do not want to be sent a replacement of a product with obvious design flaws over and over again. When will the cycle end? I was told a refund is "out of the question". I am now left with a $250.00 paperweight that makes me ill every time I think about it.Add reply
Dell, in 12/03/2005 send my computer Dell Dimension 5150 with Microsoft Office 2003 software installed but without any disk or licence key for reinstallation if needed.
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Because a trojan virus, on September 2, 2009 I reinstalled the XP operating system with disks sent by Dell to me. In this reinstallation everithing is erased. I lost Microsoft Office 2003. Dell can't provide me the disk or the licence key to reinstall Office 2003.
Can anybody in Microsoft help me?. My computer can't do almost nothing.
Does anyone have an e-mail address for Microsoft Corporation Executive Offices to get help with Tech Support? Add reply
Beware of Vista
I am certainly not a tech head or even a whiz on computers but I do use it for my work and to surf the internet for relevant information that I need. I have to say that two months after purchasing my ... read full review14 Replies - Latest reply on 05/06/2009
The version that I own is designed for right handed folks. I have yet to experience any issues with the device. The receiver for this mouse plugs into any USB port. The receiver looks just like a USB drive. Beats the older style that sat on the desktop with a cord that was hooked to the computer.
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The wheel and every button on the mouse is configurable. I've left everything but the two thumb buttons with their default settings.
If you're in the market for a wireless mouse, you might want to consider this model. Try it out first at the local electronics or office store. The key consideration for a mouse is how it feels in your hand.
I have been trying to find how to fix a problem with XP for 3 hours and am unable to find anyone to help me out... I bought the Windows XP software... I should have the ability to get tech support without paying for it! 8 Replies - Latest reply on 01/04/2009Add reply