Microsoft Office Starter 2010 Edition is a free version Office soft for all people.Microsoft Office Starter 2010 Editon gives home users who are buying preloaded PCs the ability to perform the most common and basic productivity tasks right out of the box. Office Starter consists of Microsoft Word Starter 2010 and Microsoft Excel Starter 2010 only, reduced functionality versions of Microsoft Word and Excel with advertising. Microsoft Word Starter 2010 is a word processing program designed for everyday tasks such as writing letters, updating your résumé, and creating newsletters. Word Starter is part of Microsoft Office Starter 2010, and comes pre-loaded on your computer.Office Starter is available only as preloaded software on select new PCs with the option of upgrading to the full Office suites at any time.Or you can install kms activator office 2010.
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BOOT.ini file stores important information on system startup by modifying the BOOT.INIcontent, we can set up multi-system startup, and adjust the system time. BOOT.INI file is missing, the hardware can not find the system disk and the system will not start. But if we really encountered the BOOT.INI file is missing how to do it? This time, we only need to create a new BOOT.INI file content can be rewritten to start. Specific methods are as follows:
Problem of Installing Microsoft Lifecam Cinema
When you are installing the Microsoft LifeCam softwares, and then you plug in the LifeCam Cinema hardware, the LifeCam Cinema hardware will be not detected. Additionally, in the Device Manager, the properties for the LifeCam entry display one of the following codes or different codes:
1,10, 19, 28,39
Now let 's solve the problem with the following ways:
1.Update the LifeCam drivers Cinema
- Open the Device Manager.Click Start ,and type devmgmt.msc in the Start Search box, press ENTER.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.(In Windows XP, you can just run devmgmt.msc)
- Expand the following entries:Sound, video , and game controllers,Imaging Devices.Look for the black exclamation point (!) on a yellow field next to a device. The exclamation point indicates that the device has a problem. Right-click the device, and then click the option that corresponds to your version of Windows: