How do you fix a broken relationship?
You can't fix it. It could be mended possibly. Depends on the people involved. Answer You should write a specific question if you want a specific and thoughtful answer.
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One Way: When you try to log-on or connect to a computer and you receive an error stating: "the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed," don…'t panic. In order to fix this problem, you remove the workstation from the domain by accessing it with a local administrator account and then rejoining it to the domain. Step by step: * Log-on on locally to the workstation with a local administrator account. * Right click "My Computer" and select properties * XP: Select the tab Computer name VISTA / Windows 7: Select change settings next to the computer name * Click on Change * Change the Member of selection to WorkGroup and enter anything you like * Click OK * in the The computer must restart prompt click OK * back in the computer name tab click on change again * Change the Member of selection to domain and enter the domain name * Click OK * enter the credentials of the users which is permitted to join the computer to the domain * in the The computer must restart prompt click OK * back in the computer name tab click OK * on the restart computer prompt click restart now. When the computer is restarted the problem should be gone. Another Way: Actually there is another way you can do this without losing your credential to the domain controller or having to copy all the files to a new user since chances are it might happen because it might see the PC as a new PC ( Maybe ) try the same steps but use the NETWORK ID option right above CHANGE under the system properties and follow the steps. This way it will noticed that the computer you are joining has the same name as one on the domain and it will ask you to if you would like to use the same name. Go ahead and say YES and it will rejoin the computer or laptop back to the domain fixing the connection to the domain and not making any changes to the computer or the users already in the computer. If you remove the computer from the domain and rejoin it you might have to recreate all the accounts and copy all the files in all the different locations of each user. This step will fix the connection issue without make any changes to the computer and this is what you want, not extra work. So what do you do when you can't even log on as the local admin? I tried the two admin accounts that I have, the standard Administrator and another. If you can't login as a domain user or local admin and can't access the box remotely then it's time to give up. If the drive(s) contain data you want to keep then I would put in a different hard drive, re-install the OS, and then try to mount the drive(s) and recover data. when ever my computer should break down for any reason i call a computer tech out to have them work on it to get me back up and running
Talk to her apologize give her a gift pay her back or if u really wanna get it quick make her jealous
If the person has been lying more than say 10% of the time, your relationship is a fantasy because you do not really know who the other person is -- and probably neither does …he/her. In short,ready to cheat. . this can only be fixed if your truly sorry about what caused the mistrust in the first place and your both prepared to work at rebuilding that trust,you have got to work together if you believe in what you have is special and worth saving.. Answer . Once trust has been broken it's hard to get back. Everyone makes mistakes because none of us are 100% perfect, but if this person is constantly lying they aren't going to change and you need to move on.. I had to walk away from a 30 year relationship with a girlfriend of mine because of her constant lies about other people, including myself. Others had walked away from her, but I wanted to stick it out. I was one foolish person to think this person would change even though I confronted them many times. I feel badly the relationship had to come to this, but I have to look after my own sanity and she is going to have to come to grips eventually with herself. I should have done it 29 years ago. I certainly feel less stressed.
This isn't a very good place to ask that.
Talk it out, give each other sometime to realize that they love you, nd care for you
Good relationships are based on trust and since there has been so many lies previously it is for the best the two of you go your separate ways as that bond of trust will remai…n broken and any relationship after that will only bring both of you misery.
How do you fix a broken relationship with a friend after you went behind her back and kissed the guy she likes?
just tell the truth and say that you kissed them, and if she is a true friend then she will forgive you. or you could just say that he came on to you, lol
Yes if he is willing. If he is not, you're wasting your time.
sent her a bunch of flowers With a sorry card.
Think whether you both want to fix the relationship, if so then tryyour hardest to make it work. Think why you were together in thefirst place. well think that if you guys wan…t to fix something you should talkabout it and see what went wrong and if so there is someone whomade a mistakes then i say you should plan and make a change intothe relationship but before you start to work things out make surethat the other person wants to go back whit you and if they don'tthen move on because they are many other people out there so don'teven trip.....
once broken, things will never be the same again, so walk away as soon as it's broken, to be honest it saves a lot of time and grief when you could've been happy in that time,… if you had've just walked away in the first place, if you were meant to be with that person then the relationship wouldn't have broken in the first place :) so don't bother trying to fix something that can never be fixed as you will just drive yourself crazy over someone who might not even care, nothing lasts forever!
Remove the workstation from the domain then rejoin the workstation to the domain. ...if you want to run the risk of losing some security credentials. When you leave and rejoi…n the domain you are no longer in the same machine account. The simple fix is to log in as a local admin and from the command prompt type: netdom.exe resetpwd /s: /ud: /:pd* Where is address of a domain controller and is a domain account. You will be prompted for the password for the account you used and 2 seconds later the job is done. You do not need to reboot just log off your local admin and carry on. Your machine password will have been reset and trust restored.
It depends on the situation. If you hurt a friends feelings, apologize and do something nice for that person. If you have a argument, apologize. If you were best-friends and h…ave grown apart, think of something you know she/he likes(that you like too) and do that thing with that person. Apologies aren't always excepted. If you apologize and it's not excepted, move on. You can find someone else you relate to.
Step by step: 1 Log-on on locally to the workstation with a local administrator account. 2 Right click "My Computer" and select properties 3 XP: Select the tab Computer …name VISTA / Windows 7: Select change settings next to the computer name 4 Click on Change 5 Change the Member of selection to WorkGroup and enter anything you like 6 Click OK 7 in the The computer must restart prompt click OK 8 back in the computer name tab click on change again 9 Change the Member of selection to domain and enter the domain name 10 Click OK 11 enter the credentials of the users which is permitted to join the computer to the domain 12 in the The computer must restart prompt click OK 13 back in the computer name tab click OK 14 on the restart computer prompt click restart now. When the computer is restarted the problem should be gone. Or .... ...if you don't want to run the risk of losing some security credentials. When you leave and rejoin the domain you are no longer in the same machine account. The simple fix is to log in as a local admin and from the command prompt type: netdom.exe resetpwd /s: /ud: /:pd* Where is address of a domain controller and is a domain account. You will be prompted for the password for the account you used and 2 seconds later the job is done. You do not need to reboot just log off your local admin and carry on. Your machine password will have been reset and trust restored.
There is a few ways you can fix a broken relationship. You can dowhat the other person likes and talk about what you do not like andwhat you do like.