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Topic # 30569 13-Feb-2009 03:41
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  Hi To All,

Just A Question That I would Like To Ask Regarding My Friends Laptop.... Hoping That Someone Can Point Me In The Right Direction.... O.K She Has An Acer Extensa 2300 Laptop

Now When I send Her An Attachment Like A File Or Program In Her Email, The Computer comes Up With The System Cannot Find The File Specified, And Cannot Seem To Find C:\windows system32\mshtml hlp, Check To See If The File Is On The Disk, If It Doesn't You Need To Reinstall It

Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated

Oh And Her OS Is Windows XP And She Uses Internet Explorer And Outllok Express

Many Thanks For Any Help!!!



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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 198139 26-Feb-2009 08:16
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Hi,  The best thing is to use Google. It's what I do to find the answers to absolutely everything.

I've also used a company in Wellington called The Computer Guy when I need computer help. They are on 04 499 0098 and at www.compguy.co.nz

They also do Laptop Repair and Computer Repair

If you need computer help they are good ones to turn to.

But before you do that... check out google.  Google knows all.



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  Reply # 198149 26-Feb-2009 08:47
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Thanks WildNewZealand For Your Reply, And Many  Thanks For Your Answer, I Do Use Google A LOt Because As You Say Its Got A wealth Of Help On There, But Thanks For Your Tip On The Computer People!!!

Once Again Cheers Mate!!!

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