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    #11
    Originally posted by Platypus View Post
    You clearly haven't a clue what you're on about. Do you work at PC World?
    clearly not, the obvious PC world answer is to "turn it off and back on again" (AKA rebooting although anyone technical minded enough to know that term is over qualified for PC world)
    Coffee's for closers

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      #12
      Originally posted by Spacecadet View Post
      clearly not, the obvious PC world answer is to "turn it off and back on again" (AKA rebooting although anyone technical minded enough to know that term is over qualified for PC world)
      and remember to make sure you completely unplug your PC to "re-seat the power source"

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