1st things 1st. Make a image copy. Just in case. This link should help you how to just that.
If You want it back the way it was. Read this carefully
This tells you how to do it exactly and it's fairly easy to understand.
Hopefully you figure it out. Good luck
So, I am not sure I understand what happened....
Do you mean you were downloading fine on your last Windows system before Windows 10 or did this just happen with your last "security update" as the answer will be different.
I think (but I could be wrong) that you are taking about switching between IE 32 bit vs IE 64 bit browsers. You may now have the Windows 10 browser.
My best advice in this case is switch to Chrome or Firefox to download. They are tried and tested browsers. Plus, they are easy to install and you don't have to get rid of what you have now. There are instructions about how to change IE browser settings...but you might be working with Edge browser as it takes over for the default when Windows 10 installs.
If I am wrong and you were switching between actual Operating systems...you will have to tell me how it was done. The link is some instructions on how to change from one 32 bit to 6 4 bit Operating systems.
Thanx resucer, I appreciate the input. I got a computer Tech to come in and he had to reinstall the 4-D Emb program, after deleting what I had. I do not know what else he did, but it is running now, that is what I wanted. Thanx to all for the help, I tried most of what was here to help me before I gave up & called him!!! I am computer challenged in many ways!!! hahaha!!! Hugs & Blessings, Judy...
I'm very glad you got it sorted! Computers can be so difficult even for techs.
I know this is not what you want to hear , but just go on with the new windows or you will be left behind at some point. I am also challenged, Kay
Have you tried to restore your computer to an earlier date when you didn't have Windows 10?
Here's the link to a site that should help you.
This link explains the GWX program too. Hope this is alright to post and that it helps you.
Thanx, tried, but it says NONE.
go to " how to (what ever you need) in your address bar at the top of your page. I got a laptop with Windows 10 on it. That's really different than a desktop. With do-it-yourself -no one to help, that's where I go for information. They have qualified instructors showing you how to do things
Thanx will try that one. Hugs...
See if you can reverse the installation of 10. Just run it back to he day before you installed it.
Tried, nothing there...
Thanx sew very much for all the input!!! Will start trying different things!!! I appreciate all the help! Love you guys! Judy...
If you are wanting to get the windows 10 off your computer or to stop the messages and them trying to download and change your computer configuration then this is how I did it, as I did not want windows 10. The question on how to do anything for the 32/64 bit I have not a clue but I am grateful that I could set this other program to watch for any file that was windows 10 trying to get sneaked onto my computer. I was recommended a program on one of my yahoo group sites and downloaded the program. On my computer it's download program is called STOP windows 10-GWX_control_panel. If you high lite and copy paste this into your search box a long list of sites using the program comes up and I am not sure which one in particular I had used, but would start with watching the you tube one to see how they suggest using the program. I ran the system and it pulled off all windows 10 files and have not had any reminders or attempts to download on my computer since that point. It has been several months so can not even begin to remember how they had suggested to set the parameters for the questions the program asked. Hopefully your system will be back to itself soon and hopefully this will help your system as well as it did mine. Good luck, Pam
Thank you for posting this problem here. I was lucky that I shut my computer down when the UNWANTED Windows 10 was being downloaded. They are not giving up and I often find the message that an error was found when they attempted to sneak this program in. I will take note of all the comments - Many Thanks
I am not sure about this but here it goes.
Right click on the white window in the left hand corner.
Click on Control Panel
Click on Administrative Tools
there is a shortcut to
ODBC Data Sources (64 bit)
That may work
P.S. Your question probably would be better in Chat or Personal. I would never have come to the Freebie section if I was not a moderator.
Hi Judy...not sure if this will help, but it is worth a shot...Hopefully, Rescuer will come to your rescue...