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Vista restores access to Google Photos by modifying the HOSTS file

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Of course not only Windows7 system if you are Vista system or XP system this article is also valid:)

If you know the system Permission setting then after removing the permissions to the hosts file open the hosts file with Notepad and edit it according to the following content. The hosts file is located at: c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\etc\\hosts.

If you are a lazy person then you can use the Rubik's Cube software. The screenshots are attached below. Of course you can also use Vista optimizer for Vista system and you can also use Windows7 optimizer for Windows7 system. It has hosts file editing function. However Rubik's Cube is recommended. After all it is a new generation of optimizer. It is the most complete and supports XP Vista and Windows7 systems.

Add the following content to the hosts file:

#picasaweb.google.com

203.208.39.104 picadaweb.google.com

203.208.39.104 lh1.ggpht.com

203.208.39.104 lh2.ggpht.com

203.208.39.104 lh3.ggpht.com
< br/>203.208.39.104 lh4.ggpht.com

203.208.39.104 lh5.ggpht.com

203.208.39.104 lh6.ggpht.com



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