Disconnecting from a "whacked" network resource in Win7
In Windows XP, we used to be able to disconnect from a "whacked" (hostname) resource by right clicking on My Network Places or My Computer and selecting Disconnect a drive. How do we disconnect from those same resources in Windows 7?
I had a one page document which contained text and footer. I then pasted a picture to the page. The picture was large enough to cover 99% of the white rectangle in the preview window. In other words, the picture covers the non-printable, outside margin area. After the picture was pasted, the...
I've had this issue appear twice recently,notoskrnl.exe,I had Norton narrow this down and they say the window system is causing the issue. Any ideas of a solution. I am sure this is appearing on other computers,my computer is updated by Microsoft.