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  1. The filesystem for my external driver is a NTFS, and that is for windows only ,I have downloading (OI File Manager) which works for the files on my mini PC android. when I plug in the external driver it can not find the files.it also said blocked U-disks, I have tried everything I do not know what to do now can someone please HELP ME http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?/topic/200092-help-some-one-pullhair/
  2. You already know that Windows can search the contents of your files, but it only searches certain types of files. If you have a proprietary application that creates files with an extension Windows doesn't recognize as being one of the types it normally searches, you can add the file type to the search function. Here's how: In the Start menu's Search box, type "Indexing Options" In the Indexing Options dialog box, click the Advanced button Click the File Types tab At the bottom of the windows, click the Add button to add a new extension to the list If there are file types listed that you don't want Windows to search, you can uncheck their boxes in the list. Thanks to, WinNews
  3. Do you get tired of clicking through a bunch of folders to get to files you want to upload to Facebook or a cloud storage service or some other location? Here's a way to save a lot of stress and strain on your mousing hand: copy the path and paste it in instead of browsing. Windows 7 makes that easy: In Windows Explorer, hold down the SHIFT key and right-click the file that you want to upload. This displays more choices than a simple shiftless right-click. Now select Copy as path. On the web page where you want to upload the file, press CTRL+V to paste it into the box and you're done. No need to browse through all those folders all over again. Thanks to, Winnews
  4. if you don't want to download anymore programs like ImgBurn or any other, but have installed Nero, you can easily create an ISO of for example, Windows 7 DVD. Forget about using "Nero Image Recorder" because it will create an .nrg image. To change to ISO just follow this, -if using Nero Express mode, go to Copy Audio Tracks, yes, go there (don't worry about the Audio Track title). Then in Output file format change to .iso and put any name you want. To finish click GO and the process will start. -If using standard mode, go to Extras, then Save Tracks and repeat the rest of the process above.
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