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Computer problems-MSN Vista-COMCAST

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Dave P, Jun 7, 2009.

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  1. Dave P

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    First let it be known that I am a computer idiot and I admit I more than likely did something stupid. I lost all my FAVORITE listings and the FAVORITE ADD, DELETE ETC. button(?) as well as my e-mail list. I tried to get help from COMCAST but they switched me to MSN who cut me off(twice). I hate computers that don't work but I hate paying some genius to come fix things for a doctors salary.

    Anyone have help for an old man to solve my problems or help me anyway? Please!!!!! Please use very simple english. My email is dprom@comcast.net for direct contact. Thanks a million. Dave

    If not does anyone know how to get MSN to talk to you. Their Help pages aren't much help to me anyway.
     
  2. MikeInNPR

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    Dave,

    Sounds like an easy fix.
    1) Open your Internet Explorer
    2) looking at the picture below as reference: right click in the blank area below the address bar and the menu will appear as shown in the picture below
    3) check mark beside the Menu Bar option and your should be all set

    If that doesnt work let us know.

    `mb



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  3. grunt

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    Would restore work in your case?
     
  4. Rollin Oswald

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    You might consider contacting your computer's manufacturer.

    You can contact Microsoft at either 888-571-2048 or 800-936-4800. I have called both numbers in the past but don't remember which was more useful. (Being cut off while being transferred is part of Microsoft's standard operating procedure, apparently.)

    You can be almost certain that you will be charged $59.00 for their help. That's why I suggested you first call your computer manufacturer.

    Hopefully, someone who knows more about computers than I will come up with something more useful for you.

    Rollin
     
  5. Hauxfan

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    Dave has the right answer for you. Should work!

    Hauxfan!
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

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    MSN, Vista and Comcast.<br>
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    There's your problem in a nutshell.
     
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