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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bengr8, Oct 7, 2008.

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  1. bengr8

    bengr8 Thread Starter

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    i recently saved a file but actually its a source code.....it said it's stored in the system clipboard can nybody tellme wer it is ...the path ....i couldn't try seach companion coz i dont know the file name...
     
  2. mt2002

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    Go to Start->Run and type in clipbrd and hit <enter> to bring up the clipboard viewer.

    If its source code, you can also just open any text editor right click and paste :)
     
  3. bengr8

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    no man i had actually tried it but there is a error msg tat pops up "the path specified was incorrect" can you suggest some other methord
     
  4. mt2002

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    Go to C:\Windows\System32\ and you should see clipbrd.exe. Run it to bring up the clipboard viewer.

    If it is not there, or you are unable to run it, can you please post what version of Windows you are using?
     
  5. bengr8

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    actually i use microsoft windows xp...
    version 2002 ... service pack 3
     
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    I see you have registered again after being banned. I'll have my eye on you. I should just go ahead and ban this account as well.............
     
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