1. DVD audio problems
Microsoft improved the hardware compatibility of Windows 7, but some old machine users reflected that the volume when playing DVD is very small or even no sound at all.
Workaround: Open the control panel, enter the “Hardware and Sound” option, right click on the default player, select properties in the pop-up interface, and enter the advanced options to reset the audio options.
If the above operations do not work, it is recommended to install a new audio driver.
2, MovieMaker failure
improper user operation will cause Windows MovieMaker to not import the default network file. This issue can be resolved by a quick registry modification.
Run the Regedit command, find the HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows LiveMovie Maker information line, and change the value of the "Allow Network File" item to the startup state.
3, XP mode is invalid
XP virtual mode in Windows7 is a major innovation, can provide users with XP and Windows 7 operating experience. It not only solves the compatibility problems of the old software, but also can play the new features of Windows 7.
There are usually three reasons for failure:
(1) XP mode requires CPU support, Microsoft hardware virtualization aids can be used to detect compliance with virtualization requirements;
(2) In addition, must be set on the motherboard Licensing AMD-V, Intel VT, VIA VT virtualization function activated;
(3) The last reason is that some OEMs forbidden XP mode for security reasons, users can check in the firewall records Prohibited.
If the above solutions are excluded, it is recommended to download VirtualBox professional virtualization software, you can achieve your desire to run XP in Windows7.
4, Windows Media Center self-starting
Windows7 Media Center function is one of its features, but does not support self-starting is very troublesome. Similarly, the user manages in the registry:
Run the Regedit command, find the information with the name below, and set the key value to EHome.
5, Lost System Failure File
Although Windows 7 is impressive, it will inevitably crash. Sometimes, you want to view the crash log through the Windows diagnostic software, but found that the relevant record was not found in the Memory.dmp file.
Solution: Right-click on my computer, select Properties, go to the Advanced tab, and select “Write events to the system log” in the “System Failure” column in the Startup and Recovery items. As a result, every system failure that may occur in the future is automatically recorded.