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    again question

    again a question
    i am running windows 7 ultimate.i cannot set compatibility mode becoz it is part of version of windows as it shows

    so i am asking that if there is any way to run it in compatibility mode
     
         

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    Re: again question

    U love talking ABOUT Window explorer
     
         

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    Re: again question

    nah but i am facing problem for my online college conselling thts why i am making my problem threads haha
     
         

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    Re: again question

    Hi Shivendra,

    Honestly - i have no idea what your trying to ask at the moment... Maybe it’s just me, i am running on only 2 hours of sleep for the last 2 days so...
    If you’re asking for help or more information on Windows 7 Compatibility Mode, then please see this link:

    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...lity-mode.html

    It has a nice breakdown of How to Run Compatibility Mode ect.
    If this does not answer your question - can you please give me more information about what it is you want and I’ll respond then.

    Hope that helps.

    Best regards,
     
         

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