My problem is two fold. My hard drive crashed and now I am trying to reinstall everything. If I open IE and log on non of my favorites show up. The butterfly won't allow me to log on with my hotmail account unless I sign up for a monthly fee. My other computer with MSN 6, version 7.02 will open all of my favorites as will any other one using MSN 6. So how can I copy them to a jump drive and reinstall them? I must have close to 100 links which I use for teaching.
I'm not sure I understand your problem, maybe a 'Mod' can jump in. I do know that the Hotmail account "can" pose a problem on a "new/clashed" computer. Because the "hotmail" account is no longer free. It is only free for current subscribers and of course it thinks you are 'new' on this 'computer'. I don't remember how I did it, but my brother had a similar problem and we were able to work around it and get his free account back. His account was tied to the 'envelope' icon on top that is tied to outlook express. I have a hotmail account that I never use, but I just clicked on sign in and did not have any problems. Maybe I'm way off with what you are trying to achieve. I don't see any blue screen when I go to www.msn.com.
Latter is a free site at www.yahoo.com and it is listed as bookmarks. The other one was a lot more trickier for they were from AOL and I saved them in My Documents. When I opened them up, there was a lot of etra items that I had on wordpad that I deleted but all started as http.... and the ends had the following: .org, .htm, .htnl or .shmtl.
From that, I made certain they were all setup as a list then I could print them and send the entire document to a floppy ( Ihave two floppies and one is a favorites.exe that I made thru winzip by creating a 1] favorites.zip and then making executable [.exe]. When I put in that floppy, it wants to go to a temp folder but change it to my favorites instead. Now it shows up as a folder listed as favorites whicjh I open up, copy and paste it in the favorites folder and the entire list is there and I can safely delete the folder that is in favorites. Darrell PS- they don't use that much space on a floppy, my original list used up 10.0 KB and there are 78 links on the floppy
Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly
Since upgrading to Windows 10 my computer won't shut down properly. I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down. The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the physical power button down till it shuts down. Any suggestions?