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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by thejazzman, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. thejazzman

    thejazzman Thread Starter

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    Hi
    When opening Folders from Desktop or MyComputer the search screen appears. Once the searched for files appear everything is normal. Why is it so?
    Tks thejazzman
     
  2. CastleHeart

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    JAZZ,

    What Operating System, memory, processor are you using?
    What is a search screen? Do you mean a blank window with the flashlight looking?

    You may have more luck with this question with the folks over in the operating system forum.
    - Castleheart:cool:
     
  3. thejazzman

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    Hi Castleheart Windows XP, Pentium D925 Dual Core Peocessor(3.0Ghz), 150GB. The standard Windows search window is headed 'Search Results' and asks for a description of what you are searching for. Tks jazz
     
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  5. thejazzman

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    Hey Rockn - Tweeking done, all fixed, many tks., learnt something today. BTW Captain Cook came from Yorkshire. Hawaiians didn't like him though. jazzman.
     
  6. jimr381

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    Could you please mark the thread as solved via the "thread tools" drop-down list at the top of the post? Also jazzman you probably will get more looks if you title the post with something that is relevant to what is in it. ;)
     
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