Si tu vois un fenêtre qui s'ouvre disant "Cet ordinateur ne recevra plus les mises à jour de Google Chrome, car la compatibilité n'est plus assurée sur Windows XP et Windows Vista." Soyez prudent lorsque vous effectuez ces étapes. N'essayez pas les astuces montrées dans nos vidéos que si vous acceptiez de le faire à vos propres risques. Il vaut mieux mettre à jour votre version de Windows.
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Google Chrome recently started to display this warning: "This computer will soon stop receiving Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista will no longer be supported." Since it will soon stop updating on those operating systems, since they are already out of support from Microsoft. This warning might be annoying, thus this video explains how to disable it, by adding this option: "--disable-infobars" to the Chrome shortcut. Be careful when doing configuration changes, do this at your own risk. Disabling the infobar is not wise, since we would be missing other warnings too. The best solution is to upgrade your OS, change it, or change the browser. Update: As some people pointed out, I have more recommendations: 1) It's a temporal fix, the best is to upgrade Windows, change the browser or OS. It's for people that can't or don't want to do those things. Some companies can't afford (or at least in the short time) to upgrade (it cost money and time too). But also remember that it's not a good solution to disable infobars, you will be missing any other kind of warnings. 2) Remember to put a space before --disable-infobars 3) This only fixes the infobar warning for the Taskbar Chrome shortcut, other shortcuts, like the one in the desktop or the one from the Start menu are not affected, you got to add it to those shortcuts too. But there's a solution to fix all machine shorcuts, it involves executing regedit.exe and finding this string: chrome.exe" -- "%1" Then before the "--" insert --disable-infobars (leaving a space before and after --disable-infobars). You got to do this registry change on all entries found for the string I put above. But, modifying the registry is even more risky than modifying a shortcut, take care and only do this if you understand what doing registry changes means. 4) Do a backup before doing any of these changes.
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If when you start your computer you see any of these messages: - CMOS checksum error - Defaults loaded - CMOS Battery Low - CMOS Battery State Low - CMOS Date/Time Not Set - CMOS Checksum Bad And you have to manually set the clock on each reboot, changes are that your battery ran out. Here are the steps to follow to solve the problem: 1. Turn off your computer, make sure the cables are unplugged. 2. Check if the battery is a removable one (some motheboards have it soldered). 3. If it's removable, buy a CR2032 one. (If you are curious, "C" indicates the electrochemical system used, in this case Lithium (manganese dioxide), the "R" is for round, 20mm diameter and 3.2mm height). 4. Before replacing the battery, start your computer and enter the BIOS setup (usually by pressing DEL, F1 or F8), if the settings are still there, take note of them (they might be already gone, if the battery is depleted). 5. Open the computer case (remember to have it turned off), to avoid any problem if you touch other component, use an anti-static wrist wrap. Locate the battery, and gently replace it. 6. Restart your computer, enter the BIOS setup and set the right time and date, and any BIOS settings you saved. 7. Save the settings and reboot. Remember to dispose the old battery on some local recycling center (take care of the environment). And this is for your information only, do it at your own risk. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)
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If you were surprised by this error: Server Error: 3219 Server Response: An error occurred in looking up the user's information in mserv Server: http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00005 When checking your email on Windows Live Mail, it means your account was upgraded to Outlook Mail, you'll have to configure your mail client to use either IMAP or POP3. This video explains the steps to follow to do that. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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This video explains how to install Java on a Windows XP system. Steps: 1) Search for JDK on Google. 2) You'll land into an Oracle.com URL like this one: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/es/java/javase/downloads/index.html 3) Select the JDK link and then select the latest version. 4) Read the license, if you agree with it accept it, and select the right download for your machine. If you need to know if your machine is a 32 bits or a 64 bits one, use the advice from this KB page: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/827218 5) Once it's downloaded execute it and get it installed. 6) When it finish installing, make sure the Java runtime works (java.exe) and that the compiler works too (javac.exe). 7) If the compiler is not found, add the directory where it was installed to the PATH environment variable. Then also add the JDK installation directory into a new environment variable named JAVA_HOME, this will help you with other programs in the future.
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Solucion para "Esta computadora dejará de recibir actualizaciones de Google Chrome en breve porque Windows XP y Windows Vista ya no se admitirán." Tambien (segun to version de Windows en Español) puede que veas este mensaje: "Este ordenador pronto dejará de recibir actualizaciones de Google Chrome porque Windows XP y Windows Vista dejarán de ser compatibles." Ten cuidado al hacer cambios de configuración, hazlo bajo tu responsabilidad. Deshabilitar el infobar no es la mejor solucion, ya que estariamos ocultando otros problemas potencialmente peligrosos. Lo mejor es actualizar tu sistema operativo o cambiarlo.
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Solution for the "This computer will soon stop receiving Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista will no longer be supported." warning on Chrome. Be careful when doing configuration changes, do this at your own risk. Disabling the infobar is not wise, since we would be missing other warnings too. The best solution is to upgrade your OS or change it.
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Lösungen für Fehlermeldung "Dieser Computer erhält keine Google Chrome-Updates mehr, da Windows XP und Windows Vista nicht mehr unterstützt werden." Warnhinweis: Anwendung auf eigene Gefahr! Die beste Lösung ist es, mit den neuesten Windows zu aktualisieren.
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Soluzione per "A breve questo computer non riceverà più gli aggiornamenti di Google Chrome perché Windows XP e Windows Vista non saranno più supportati." Farlo sotto proprio rischio e pericolo. Il migliore è quello di aggiornare il sistema operativo.
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This video explains why we receive this error: "Not enough memory available to complete this operation. Quit one or more applications to increase available memory, and then try again." when we try to record a .wav file using the Sound Recorder on Windows XP. According to this KB article: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/284893 And Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_Recorder_%28Windows%29 This happens on 32-bits versions of Windows, before Vista, when the computer has more than 2GB of RAM. It's an acknowledged problem on the Sound Recorder by Microsoft and there's no official solution other than using less than 2GB of RAM. There's an unofficial patch (shown on the Wikipedia page), but it's always risky to use anything that is not official, so don't use that unless you understand the risks. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)
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