My name is Bas Wijdenes and I'm working full time as a services engineer. In my free time I like to write tutorials about computer problems I encounter on a daily basis. The main reason I started my blog is, because I wanted to work on my English vocabulary.
If you have a “Preview” window turned on in the selection window , try closing the preview view before selecting the file name.
I doubt this tip. It claims that Word is using the “Internet Temporary Folder”. I think that is flat out wrong. It links to Q211632 which explicitly mentions the TEMP folder. That is a different location
Well, one of the questioners responded and said it worked. So who am I to argue with success. I really would like to know how/why it worked.
I just fixed this issue (hopefully not just temporarily) by increasing the disk space to use for temporary internet files:
From Internet Explorer, go to Tools/Internet Options
On the General tab, click the Settings button under “Browsing history”
Increase the “Disk space to use”. It was at 512 for this machine, and I expanded it to 1024 MB
Click OK to exit
This was a Win7 machine using Office 2010
I may have a solution here for it. When you click on “add attachments” and the window opens up for you to select the file, right before selecting the word file click on the box on the top right corner which will close the preview panel of the selected file. Now try to upload the file, you shouldn’t get the annoying pop-up message anymore. Hope this helps! =
Word could not Create Work File. Check Environment Variable
The status for now from Microsoft is:The OneNote product team is actively investigating this issue. We apologize for any inconvenience that this issue may have caused you and will update this article as soon as more information is available.
Meanwhile, we invite you to try any or all of the following workarounds to see if they resolve the issue.
WorkArounds – We ran into a problem syncing your notebook. (Error code: 0xE0000007)
To rule out the most common causes for error 0xE0000007 with OneNote, do the following:
Verify that you have good network connectivity for your computer or mobile device by using your browser or another cloud-based app.
Force OneNote to sync the current notebook by doing any of the following, depending on the version of OneNote that you’re using:
In OneNote for Windows 10, click the Show Notebooks button until you see the notebooks list, right-click the name of the notebook you want to sync, click Sync, and then click Sync This Notebook.
In OneNote 2016, click File > View Sync Status, and then click Sync Now next to the notebook you want to sync.
In OneNote for Mac, click the Show Notebooks button until you see the notebooks list, Control-click the name of the notebook you want to sync, and then click Sync This Notebook.
In OneNote for iOS, pull down the Notebooks list (or the Recent Notes list) to force a sync of all open notebooks. Alternately, you can pull down the section list or page list to force a sync of the current notebook.
Make sure you are using the latest version of OneNote for your computer or mobile device.Do any of the following, depending on the version of OneNote that you’re using:
In OneNote for Windows 10, click Start, scroll to and then click the Store app. In the Store app, search for OneNote, go to its app page, and then click the Update button, if it is available. (If the button says Launch instead, you have the latest version).
Can’t sign in to Skype for Business The server is temporarily unavailable. if the problem continues, please contact your support team.
I’ve encountered this issue several times and I managed to solve it with the below options. There are 2 issues that can cause this what I know of, and a third option you could use to troubleshoot the problem.
The first is IPv6
Skype for business traffic can go over IPv6, but it needs to be enabled on your tenant. Make sure to check if your network only goes over IPv6 and if your tenant is enabled voor IPv6. Otherwise make sure to S4B goes over IPv4
Check your network adapter if only IPv6 is enabled and re-enable IPv4.
Do a NSLOOKUP to sipdir.online.lync.com and see if it goes over IPv6 only yes or no.
Skype for Business and IPv6
Microsoft will enable IPv6 for Skype for Business at your request in the public multi-tenant cloud and in Office 365 Government G1/G3/G4/K1 subscriptions. After it’s enabled, if the program that you use to connect to Skype for Business supports IPv6, it will use IPv6 by default. If you want to control communications to Skype for Business, use the IP address ranges in Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges.
Please be aware IPv6 is not available in all regions and Microsoft may not be able to activate it for your Tenant at this time.
I did not find this solution myself, that was Gnawgnu on his blog. He got the solution from the Microsoft support team after they had tried multiple resolutions from Microsoft.
After having tried multiple Microsoft provided resolutions of deleting Lync profiles, temporary folders, cryptography keys, accountprofile.dat, delete sign-in info, etc., their support team had us kill the Lync process completely and then delete the whole HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MSOIdentityCRL key. and then start up Lync. And then it started working properly and we replicated the fix on the remaining affected profiles.
Since Patch 7.3 in World of Warcraft my mouse sensitivity was going crazy on Battlegrounds and Raids.. I couldn’t run with scroll button anymore, because my character would go everywhere expect for the correct way.
It took my awhile to solve this, but I’ve found a few things that could help resolve your Mouse sensitivity in World of Warcraft.
Fix 1 – Change hardware cursor and fps:
Go to System
Uncheck Max Foreground FPS
First test if this setting resolved your issue, if not continue below.
Uncheck Max background FPS
First test if this setting resolved your issue, if not continue below.
Set Hardware Cursor on disabled
If your issues with your mouse sensitivity isn’t solved yet go to FIX 2.
fix 2 – uncheck wow mouse sensitivity world of warcraft:
Open the tab Mouse
Uncheck mouse sensitivity.
Did this not solve your issue? Go to FIX 3.
fix 3 – change pointer options in control panel:
Go to start
Search for the Control Panel
Search for Change mouse settings
Open the Pointer Options tab
Uncheck Enhance Pointer Precision
Still no success? For my fellow Razer mousers go to FIX 4, for the rest go to FIX 5.
fix 4 – If you’re using a Razer mouse:
Find the Razeringameengine.exe
Stop the Process
If none of the above fixes works for you; A blue post stated the below could also solve your problem. It did not solve my issues with my mouse. Hopefully they’ll do work for you.
So this has been on and off issue for a few years ever since Microsoft changed the way input data is accessed from peripherals. It’s something that is constantly being looked at and seems to come and go. Usually it kicks up after a major Windows update or game client update.
In most cases the following steps should help reduce or eliminate the issue but do make sure if you have not already done so, to report on this in the Bug Report Forums as well.
1. Make sure you have all Microsoft and Hardware driver updates. Not just mouse drivers either, Video Drivers can have an impact on this issue as well. (AMD users may need to stick with the driverset prior to 17.2.1 due to other issues)
Right click on an empty spot on your desktop, Choose Display Settings. Under Customize Display you should see a slider to adjust the size of text, apps and other items. It should be at 100%.
3. Lower the Polling rate of the device if possible to under 1000. This should at least reduce the frequency of the issue for now if not eliminate it.
4. Reduce the sensitivity of the mouse either in its custom software or in windows and compensate via the other way. (IE if you reduce the sensitivity in Windows, increase it in the app or vice versa. See if that helps)
5. Try toggling the hardware cursor option in WoW under system options.
6. Temporarily uninstall any custom software such as Corsair Utility Engine, Logitech Gaming app, RoG Game First, Razer Synapse and the like.
7. Try toggling between fullscreen windowed and windowed fullscreen see if that affects the issue at all.
8. Now this one seems weird but it has been an issue with multiple monitor setups specifically due to how the raw input data is handled by Windows when moving the move across monitors. Temporarily disable all but your main monitor. If this stops the issue and if possible, try changing the connection type for the monitor in question, IE: Swap between HDMI, DisplayPort or DVI. See if the issue goes away on any of those different connections.
Now again if none of this solves the issue, we are looking at it and I recommend posting in the bug report forums to help our QA teams dig into this further.
When you type this value, Excel will always flush the file cache before the program obtains the time stamp. (This should resolve the problem most of the time.) Or, type 1 to have Excel disable the time stamp check and suppress the dialog in every case.
Note We do not recommend disabling the time stamp check.
If this does not fix it for you, please try this:
We noticed this issue after we applied the SP2 for Office 2010/Win7 Pro SP1 environment. The registry fix did not work for me either. Before we attempted to roll-back the update. It was noted in another forum that this issue occurred on a spreadsheet that was created in the older .xls format and/or had macros. So in our case, we did a SAVE AS a .xlsx file on the affected spreadsheet and that seems to resolve the issues we are having.
If this didn’t solve your issue, but you’ve found a different one for “file may have been changed by another user since you last saved it“. Please comment below!
I usually create a short and long tutorial. Yet I wonder if users actually use the long tutorial. This is the first tutorial without a longer tutorial with screenshots. Could you post below what you prefer?
The error you’re receiving is: Can’t find the name of Intel ICD OpenGL driver
In this post I’ll explain to you how you can solve this issue.
This alert may occur for various activities on your laptop. As an example, I found the alert while trying to update my NVIDIA driver from the NVIDIA Control Panel. The message has “clearly” nothing to do with NVIDIA if it says Intel, Don’t you think?
No, it was not a NVIDIA problem for me, but updating the driver uses the built-in intel video card.
There is a short guide for the techies among us, and for the less experienced users I have a manual with screenshots
Short tutorial – Can’t find the name of Intel ICD OpenGL driver
Open your explorer
Right click “This PC”
click on Device Manager
Open the tab Display Adapters
Right click your Intel driver
Choose Update Driver
Choose Search automatically for updated driver software
Wait for your driver to be updated.
Restart your PC and try again!
Long tutorial (with screenshots)
Go to start and search for File ExplorerRight click “this PC” on the left Click on PropertiesClick on Device manager on the leftOpen Display Adapters Right click the intel driver Click on update driver Select Search automatically for updated driver software Wait for the Intel driver to be updatedRe-start your PC and see if it works 🙂
If this fails, you can try to download the driver manually from Intel. Locate the driver’s name and download the correct driver. Open the .exe and run the installation. Restart the PC and see if this has helped.
If all of this failed, please leave a comment and I’ll see what I can do for you.
I’d also appreciate a comment when you’ve successfully resolved your error!
I ran into the following error message while downloading a content search within Security & Compliance in Office 365.
“Deployment and application do not have matching security zones”
This is a generic error for all Microsoft Windows Applications (CSharp). So if you’re here due to another download or installation this could also fix it for you.
Deployment and application do not have matching security zones FIX
There was quite an easy fix for me: I downloaded the rapport in Google Chrome. It downloaded to my downloads folder and from there I tried to open it. Because you already downloaded it, it will try use your default web browser. Google Chrome is my default browser but it cannot cope with it. It will show you an error because it’s not using Internet Explorers security settings. Firefox actually gives the same error.
You should try downloading the export in Internet Explorer. This will download the application directly in your browser and your export should be succesful.
This could be the quick fix for you, but if not I suggest you’d go to codeketchup.blogspot.nl for more about this error.
Why would this not work from other browsers?
Like I already stated in the solution, Google Chrome, Firefox or any other browser does not use the IE security settings. The application will try to check if your security zones match with his, and if there are no security settings it will throw in the error.
Many problems you encounter in while browsing can be solved by trying a different browser first. Every browser has it’s flaws and this is one of them for Chrome or Firefox.
Leave a comment if the issue keeps persisting. I will try to help you and see what I can do for you. As I already recommended do not forget to take a look at: codeketchup.blogspot.nl
This tutorial is the solution for a common error in word: “Changes have been made that affect the global template, Normal.dot. Do you want to save those changes?” There are 2 hot fixes and both of them are in the short version and long version. The longer version is with screenshots.
Short FIXES – Changes have been made that affect the global template
1st short fix: Using this hotfix has one downside. If you do use templates and you want to save them; Microsoft Word wont prompt for this!
Make sure you’ve opened Microsoft Word
Click on the tab File
Go to Advanced
Scroll down until you find the heading Save
Uncheck the box Prompt to save Normal template
2nd short fix:
Close all your Microsoft Office application (Word, Outlook, etc.)
Go to this folder: C:\Users\Bas\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates Your folder is not exactly the same though! You’re a different user. You could try this: \\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates
Re-name the normal.dot to something like OLD_normal.dot
This should’ve fixed it.
Longer FIXES with screenshots
1st short fix:
Make sure you’ve opened Microsoft Word
Open File in Microsoft Word
Go to Advanced and scroll to save uncheck the box Prompt before saving Normal Template
2nd short fix:
1. We will have to make hidden folders visible before we continue. If you know how to do this, or if you already have this configured go to step 7. If you don’t continue with the steps.
Open your File Explorer and click on View
2. Find options in the right corner and click on options
3. Open Change folder and search options.
4. Open the tab View
5. Scroll down to Hidden files and folders and check Hidden files and folders
6. Click Apply and OK
7. Open the File Explorer and go to \\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates
If you used the path go to step 14. If you didn’t follow the next steps.
8. Open the folder Users
9.Open the current Username for me that’s Bas
10. Open the folder AppData
11. Open the folder Roaming
12. Open the folder Microsoft
13. open the folder Templates
14. In this folder you’ll find the file Normal.dot
15. Right click Normal.dot and re-name it. You could use OLD_Normal.dot
What causes this error?
This issue may occur if any one of the following conditions is true:
The Prompt before saving Normal template option is turned on.
An add-in or a macro that is changing the global template is installed on the computer. For example, this issue may occur the following add-in is installed on the computer:
Stamps.com Internet postage
An add-in may add one or more of the following items to the computer:
A WLL file
A COM add-in
An automatic macro
The computer is infected with a macro virus that changes the global template (Normal.dotm).