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Ooooo I so want the MSI Trident X my homy. But that's for off
list if you wish to shair with me which MSI you have and stuff.
Back to the topic at hand if a desktop and even a laptop if 2
yeears oldthat's a little too early for this. Again maybe it's
just aging faster. My PCs have don this at 5. The 1 that does it
most is from 2007 so to be expected I guess. Oh you know what else
does this not responding thing now I think of it? Chicken Nugget.
It too has done this.
On 7/26/2019 11:20 AM, Larry Volk
My computer is about 2-3 years old,
it’s an MSI.
How old are your guys's computers? I really see this on super
mad old computers. Thanks be on to God I've not seen the not
responding thing with word but have with Windows Media Player
File exploreo and on a real real old PC even JAWS itself. lol
On 7/26/2019 10:44 AM, Larry Volk wrote:
I too have seen the same problem
‘not responding’ but I get it with Windows Media player
and last night while renaming a file the ‘file not
responding’ message came up. As for the Windows Media
Player I spent many hours with Microsoft, right up to the
top level technician and the problem was never resolved.
So I too would like to know if there is a solution to this
I have a 2 part question
regarding Word 13, Using Jaws 2018 and Windows 10 on
a Dell laptop.
First, if a word document has
multiple tables, and I want to remove them all, is
there a way to do this all at once, or do I have to
do them one at a time systematically?
Second, what would cause a
word document to stop working, and I get the
message: Word is not responding, and what would be a
remedy? Thanks in advance.