Open WINRAR and goto File > Open Archive
Under 'Files Of Type' at the bottom select 'all files' then your .001 file should show up. Select the .001 file and click open.
Winrar will combine the files and show you the file inside it. you can then drag the file from Winrar to your desktop...
Check that their DNS settings are picked up via DHCP and not set as static addresses in the TCP/IP settings of the laptop.
If they are set to DHCP then it might be the DNS Cache on the laptop. When they are on their home network they should try running the command
If the drives are new out of the box then they will not have been partitioned and formatted.
Right click on my computer and select manage.
Select Disk Management. You should see your drives.
Right click on the drive area and you will be able to partition it and format it.
Once thats done...
The problem is caused by the automatic update service looking for updates to MS Office products (this includes Outlook). I've been experiencing this problem at work when we moved from SUS to WSUS (which supports office updates) we've had to move back the old server.
MS will recommend a few...
Seen this problem on some dell laptops (CPt / CPx machines). The heatsink for the CPU sits right underneath the problem keys and heats up the membrain and they stop working, let it cool down and they come back, eventually they die and it's a new keyboard job.
If the BIOS has a problem picking up the drives, then formatting them will make no difference. Clean the IDE connectors on the mobo, and replace the IDE cable with another one, and see if that helps. But its normally a sign of a failing HD or failing mobo