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  • VennerCorp 09:22 on November 26, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    How to install a network printer on windows 7 with no driver.

    Have you been hunting around your trying to install a network printer and windows keeps saying “No Driver Found” ? Well luckily there is a way round it,  Just follow the instructions below.

    How to install a network printer on windows 7 with no driver.

    How to install a network printer on windows 7 with no driver.

     

    • Install The printer Locally.

      • Go to control panel
      • Printers
      • Add a Printer.
      • Select your printer from the list and add it as a local printer.
    • Select your new printers icon, now left click and choose properties.
    • Select the Port Tab.
    • Click “Add Port” – Local Port
    • In the box type in the network address of your printer ie \\Name or ip address of the pc with the printer \ Printer name e.g. \\mypc\hp3100
    • Do a test print.

    Thats it.

     

     

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  • VennerCorp 16:26 on November 10, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    How do i change the default program associated with a file extension?

    Have you been hunting around your copy of windows to find how change the default program associated with a file extension? Well luckily it is very easy and simple to change Just follow the instructions below.

    How do i change the default program associated with a file extension?

    How do i change the default program associated with a file extension?

     

    • Open up the control panel in your copy of windows.
    • Located the “default Programs” icon – click it.
    • Click the “Associate a file type or protocol with a program”
    • Scroll down unit  you find the extension you would like to change e.g. PDF
    • Select it and then click the “change program” button
    • If the program you want to change to is visible then select it and click OK.
    • Otherwise click the Browse button and search for the program you want then click OK.

    Thats it.

     

     

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  • VennerCorp 16:10 on October 27, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Where is the show desktop button in Windows 7?

    Have you been hunting around your copy of windows to find the elusive “show Desktop” button? Well luckily it is very easy and simple to find. In fact you won’t even have to turn it on!

    Where is the show desktop button in Windows 7?

    Where is the show desktop button in Windows 7?

     

    Look to the left hand side of the clock in the task bar you will see a rectangle, if you hove your mouse over it any active windows will disappear until you move y0ur mouse. If you click on the rectangle all the active windows will shrink as per the old “show desktop button”

     

     

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