You might have used another user account for installing the software. Some software sets the shortcuts for the user that is logged in when the program is installed. So afterwards, when using another account to login, these shortcuts are not within the startmenue. Try searching the folder "c:\Documents and settings"...
If you have two explorer windows open, one for the c drive and one for the e drive, just highlight all the files you want to transfer and drag them over the the e drive window.
Yes you can.
The program for Windows Explorer, explorer.exe, should be located in C:\Windows\System32.
C:\ is the name of the main hard drive for Windows C:\WINDOWS is windows' main directory
To browse a disk in Windows Explorer, first open My Computer. Then, click on the disk one would like to examine. More often than not, this is the C: drive on a computer. Double click on the drive to see the contents of the disk.
Put your windows disk in the CD drive and the system should boot from the CD drive. Or from the dos command line enter the following command say your CD drive is "d" and your hard drive is "c". expand d:\i386\command.nt_ c:\windows\system32\command.ntfor windows xp or ntexpand d:\i386\command.co_ c:\windows\system32\command.com for rest of windows ver.
You can do a search for shdocvw.dll on the internet, download that file, and save it into the c:\windows\system folder, OR you can install Internet Explorer 5+, or you can reinstall the network components bundled with Windows.
Start - My Computer - Local Disk C and explorer opens with content of local disk C
If the computer has a windows operating system and the hard disk has more than one partition, My Computer or Windows Explorer will show each partition as a local drive. For instance, if you have two partitions, My Computer or Windows Explorer will show partition #1 as Local drive c:\, and partition #2 as local drive d:\, and will bump the CD or DVD drive to the next available letter, in this case e:\, and so on.
That depends on how many drives or virtual drives you have on your computer. Mainly the C: drive has Windows on it, if you only have a C: drive all your information and programs go here, but if you have multiple drives C: drive should be mainly for your Windows operating system.
The C drive in Windows Operating System is the partition on which the OS is installed. It also contains installation files for other programs.
the c drive
if its windows then its a windows file, probably in the c drive
It is normally installed to C DRIVE.
Drive 'c' is the hard drive that the operating systems (Windows XP/ Vista/ Win 7 etc) is stored.
C: Drive is the main drive within your PC and the most important. It holds all of your PC's folders and information, it is set as the C: drive automatically when you first install windows. Some of the folders it contains are, Documents and Settings Program files WINDOWS
Simplest way in Internet Explorer is go into Tools/Internet options/general and delete files. Aletrnatively use Windows explorer (Accessories) to go into the folder in your C drive TEMP and delete them manually.
The first hard drive or partition.
it is in c drive.
you can't format the drive that you're running windows from while in windows. use the setup disk to run a recovery console and you should be able to format it from there using format c:
The letter used by Windows XP (ie a, b, c, d, e etc) is essentially a reference. By default, letters 'a' and 'b' are floppy drives and drive 'c' is the hard drive that the operating systems (Windows XP in this case) is stored. The other letters are used whenever Windows XP detects another drive. if you have a CD/DVD drive in your computer it is liekly to be displayed as drive 'd'.
Usually Windows is installed on the C:/ drive of your compuer. Press WINLOGO+E to see your hard drives
C:\ is just usually the default drive for Windows to be installed on. It can be called any letter, though.