You can check if any other applications are running concurrently. If so, shut them down. If not, you could also try a third-party tool. Trials of these tools are offered on the Web, so you can see if a tool does the job or not. If a third-party tool does not work, please get back to me with more details, and I'll take a closer look at your particular problem.
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