The steps, which are mainly required for this solution, are shown below:
1. Open MS PowerPoint program. Click on Office button (on top of the left side).
2. A window will be appearing. Now select corrupt PowerPoint file from the system directory.
3. Click on the arrow of Open button. A list will be scrolled down.
4. From the list, click on Open and Repair. After some seconds, the file will be repaired and opened.
I need some help too. I am pretty computer illiterate so bear with me. I have Windows 10 installed on a new computer. (they installed it not me) All of a sudden my "speaker" icon is not responding and I really want to turn the speakers off! This is the first time it has happened. Thanks for any help!
Also, sometimes when I try to watch a video, even when my speakers and the videos speakers are at 100%, I don't get any audio.
Last edited by ladyovr60; 01 Feb 2016 at 23:12.
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