Cara Hapus File Di Cd Tanpa Software Programs

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Oct 10, 2013  Bila file dan folder yang akan di hapus ada. Pake tanda kutip contohnya cd 'software' terus enter. Cara biar bisa menghapus file fi program.

  • Mar 07, 2016  Biasanya CD yang bisa dihapus terus diisi lagi dengan file yang baru adalah CD yang bertuliskan CD-RW pada bagian labelnya. Seperti yang sudah kami katakan diatas kita membutuhkan bantuan sebuah software untuk melakukan hal ini.
  • Nah bagi kalian yg sedang bingung dalam menghapus file dari DVD-RW, di postingan kali ini. Mau hapus isi file dvd gimna cara. Tanpa antivirus; cara.

Yesterday evening, my niece came to me with her latest problem – she had installed some video software and after that all the web browser search engines changed to Yahoo!, the home page changed to Yahoo! and new advertisements started to popup from everywhere. The software she downloaded was “Any Video Converter” and after quick look through its installation process, you can see that it tried to download unwanted software in your computer during the install. On the PC of my niece, it had downloaded and installed ByteForce Anti-malware and Yahoo! Powered – both of them useless and unwanted software.

So this is how you can remove Yahoo! Powered from your computer:

  1. Press Win+R hotkey, type regedit.exe and press Enter. In the Registry Editor, navigate to the following key : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall.
  2. Check all the subkeys until you find the DisplayName as Yahoo! Powered in the right pane. Note the uninstall string to find the location where “Yahoo! Powered” is installed in your PC. In General, it is installed inside a sub-folder in the C:UsersusernameAppDataLocal folder. In my case, it turned out to be C:UsersTrishAppDataLocal{87DEB182-A376-DD3A-CEEE-F8D2EA86044A}.
  3. Open the folder that you found in the above steps and you will see another sub-folder named HowToRemove inside which you can see detailed instruction about how you can remove the search engine and homepage settings for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. These instructions are valid and can be used to set the default homepage and search engines.
  4. Delete the folder that you found in the step 2 above.
  5. Download Avast Browser Cleanup and use it to restore all the browser settings back to default and remove any plugins or extensions that might have been installed without your permission.
  6. Scan your computer for possible infections using free online scanners like ESET Online Scanner.
  7. Open Control Panel → Programs and Features and try removing “Yahoo! Powered”, it will result in removing the left behind entry.

I hope through these measures, you will be able to get rid of the unwanted browser hijacking adware called “Yahoo! Powered”.

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Do you have a bunch of items in your Windows Media Player playlist that are no longer there? I got a question from a friend asking me how to clear out all of the Playlists so that she could start from scratch. I showed her these steps and they helped her.

Option 1 – Clear Individual Lists

  1. In Windows Media Player, navigable to a list of items you wish to delete.
  2. Press “CTRL” + “A” to select all items.
  3. Press “Delete“.
  4. Repeat these steps for additional lists you wish to delete.

Note: If you want to delete the file from Media Player but do not wish to delete the actual media file from your computer, go to “Tools” > “Options” > “Library” and deselect the “Delete files from computer when deleted from library” option.

Option 2 – Obliterate Everything

  1. Close Windows Media Player
  2. Ensure hidden files are set to show in Windows.
  3. From a file explorer, navigate to the following location:
    • Windows 10, 8, 7, & Vista – C:UsersusernameApplication DataLocalMicrosoftMedia Player
    • Windows XP – C:Documents and SettingsusernameLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftMedia Player
  4. Delete all files in the “Media Player” folder.

When Media Player is relaunched, we found that it cleared everything out of the Playlists and the Library. It did start searching for media on the PC automatically, and the Library list started rebuilding, but that was fine with her, since the goal was to just get rid of stuff that wasn’t there anyway.

If you don’t want the library to rebuild, you will have to right-click the list “Music“, “Videos“, “Pictures” options on the left pane from the library view, select “Manage library“, and remove the folders where your media is located.

Please be aware, clearing files out of the Media Player folder might wipe out some other personal settings. If you need the settings back though, you can simply restore them from the Recycle Bin.