Today I was trying to install PowerCLI on a fresh installed Windows 2008 R2 server.
I’m running with a problem. I just got this errors “Data Execution Prevention Error” and “Windows Explorer”. Only regular Pc users could find this trouble.
If someone can’t find the solution, then it’s very difficult for him to work on his system.
I’ve just updated my Windows. After the updating is done, computer asks for restart and after restarting I’ve noticed that my windows copy is non-genuine. Sometimes it also interferes with the running programs.
I just install Ubuntu 10.10 in my Pc. After the installation is completed, I just want to download some softwares via "Ubuntu Software Center" which is presented in the applications menu.
I could use some help with a problem I’m having when converting audio formats. I was working with eac3toGUI v2 to convert my .mkv audio file from DTS 6.1 ch to .ac3.
However, the conversion process keeps getting aborted, as seen in the picture below:
The AC3 encoder received a non-supported data format <flot, 7, 64, ->. Aborted at file position 262144.
Expecting your help
I need help upgrading to Exchange 2010 and I’m encountering a couple of issues. I have to transfer my old Mailboxes which I used when we were using Windows Server 2003 (w/ Exchange 2003), to the upgraded server.
Everything was working perfectly. I managed to install Power shell to the 2003 server and changed to the necessary setup and I also managed to Enter-PSSession. Then, I tried copying to EMC 2010 from my 2003 forest.
Suddenly a login window appeared, but I couldn’t find anything in my IIS 6 directory.
I was working on a project with my MiktoElektronika Visual GLCD v.18.104.22.168 the other day, when I ran into a problem when trying to compile.
I get an error saying that my “Registry entry for compiler cannot be found,” and it was asking for me to reinstall my mikroC PRO and PIC.
The problem is, I already have both of them installed and registered.
Does anyone know a fix for this?
This is rather important, So any help is much appreciated.