OS Installation (with your computer’s license. (Buy OEM OS is an Additional cost for licensing.)
Software Install or Uninstall
Repair to hardware at your cost.
Price: $50.00 (In-Call) or $75 (Outside Queens)
All prices are the cost of labor, materials, hardware, and software licensing is a separate charge. We do not do over-night or next day repairs parts are not in stock. (Performance Testing and Reports included)
The client pays for Hardware, OS, Software licenses, & Materials. All prices are the cost of labor, materials, hardware, and software licensing is a separate charge. We do not do over-night or next day repairs parts are not in stock. We do not carry per built systems yet.
An internet connection (internet service provider fees may apply).
Sufficient data storage is available on a computer, USB or external drive for the download.
A blank USB flash drive with at least 5 GB of space or blank DVD (and DVD burner) if you want to create media. We recommend using a blank USB or blank DVD because any content on it will be deleted.
When burning a DVD from an ISO file, if you are told the disc image file is too large you will need to use Dual Layer (DL) DVD Media.
Check these things on the PC where you want to install Windows 10:
64-bit or 32-bit processor (CPU). You’ll create either the 64-bit or 32-bit version of Windows 10 that’s appropriate for your CPU. To check this on your PC, go to PC info in PC settings or System in Control Panel, and look for System type.
System requirements. See the system requirements before installing Windows 10. We also recommend that you visit your PC manufacturer’s website for info about updated drivers and hardware compatibility.
Language in Windows. You’ll need to choose the same language when you install Windows 10. To see what language you’re currently using, go to Time and language in PC settings or Region in Control Panel.
Edition of Windows. You should also choose the same edition of Windows. To check what edition you’re currently running, go to PC info in PC settings or System in Control Panel, and look for Windows edition. Windows 10 Enterprise isn’t available here. Please see the Volume Licensing Service Center for more information.
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When opening an attachment directly from within Outlook you could get an error message saying that it can’t create the file and to that, you need to check the permissions on the folder you want to save it in. In most cases, the permissions on the folder aren’t the issue but the fact that the folder is “full”. When you open an attachment directly from within Outlook it will first save a copy to a subfolder of the Temporary Internet Files folder.
Cleaning out the folder will solve the issue.
Outlook Secure Temp folder
Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. The subfolder name Outlook creates (on the installation of Outlook) in the Temporary Internet Files folder is quite random.
In Outlook 2003 and previous, the name starts with OLK and is followed by up to 4 random numbers or letters. In Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013, this folder is called Content. Outlook and then has a subfolder which is named with 8 random numbers and letters.
In addition, by default, you cannot simply browse to the folder to clean it out. Getting to the Temporary Outlook Folder can still be accomplished in 2 easy steps though.
Step 1: Locate the folder
The folder location is stored in the registry in the following key;