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I have a problem with my laptop (dell vostro 1510). For the second time my screen went completely black. I couldn't see anything, but the computer was not working. I assumed it was for the same reason as the first time (burnt video card). I have replace it with it and when I try to start the laptop I just get three led among that flashes on the left. It is not go further and I don't have access to the bios. The diagnostic led codes say it is a problem with the processor. How can I test if the processor work? For me, it's weird with the old motherboard, it began. I also tried to reset the CPU on a different time slot. I don't know what to try anymore.
If you have any suggestions please let me know
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Pavilion Media Center does not restart after the full system recovery. created recovery disks when purchased new. get the error code 0 x 4001100200001005
Original title: recovery problem
According to the HP Support Forums, this error may be to do with the hard or for other reasons.
You never have it replaced with a no HP bought in car?
Read these threads HP on your error code:
If the original hard drive, press F11 at startup to start the process of recovery partition HP, did you recovery disks of.
See you soon...
Description of the problem: I am unable to restart my laptop after receiving the update of microsoft onSaturday. I have a gateway MT6707.
I got the following error. "Unable to start Windows. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause.
If windows files have been damaged or misconfigured, Startup Repair can help diagnose and fix the problem. If the power was interrupted during startup, choose start windows normally. »
Start the reboot system (recommended)
Start Normal Windows
No matter which option I choose, the system attempts to restart and takes me right back to this screen above information.
No other changes have been made to the other than the update.
Please let me know how to proceed.
Operating system: Windows Vista
Follow these steps to try to solve your problems of boot.
Do Safe Mode system restore, if it is impossible to do in Normal Mode.
Try typing F8 at startup and in the list of Boot selections, select Mode safe using ARROW top to go there > and then press ENTER.
Try a restore of the system once, to choose a Restore Point prior to your problem...
Click Start > programs > Accessories > system tools > system restore > choose another time > next > etc.
Read the above for a very good graph shows how backward more than 5 days in the System Restore Points by checking the correct box.
If the system or Mode restore safe work not and you do not have a Microsoft Vista DVD, make a repair disc to do a Startup Repair:
Download the ISO on the link provided and make a record of repair time it starts.
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu.
When you have changed that, insert the Bootable disk you did in the drive and reboot.
Link above shows what the process looks like and a manual, it load the repair options.
NeoSmart containing the content of the Windows Vista DVD 'Recovery Centre', as we refer to him. It cannot be used to install or reinstall Windows Vista, and is just a Windows PE interface to recovering your PC. Technically, we could re-create this installation with downloadable media media freely from Microsoft (namely the Microsoft WAIK, several gigabyte download); but it is pretty darn decent of Microsoft to present Windows users who might not be able to create such a thing on their own.
Read all the info on the website on how to create and use:
It's a very good Vista startup repair disk.
You can do a system restart tool, system, etc it restore.
It is NOT a disc of resettlement.
And the 32-bit is what normally comes on a computer, unless 64-bit.
If the above does not resolve the problem:
Windows Update Forum:
You will get the best help for any problem of Update/Service Pack in the Windows Update Forum; the link below:
When you repost here, kindly include the Error Codes, and exactly what is happening when you try to update.
In this way, you will receive the best help.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
The other day after a windows update and restart my laptop is no longer starts. It's a HP Pavillion Entertainment moidel with an I7 processor with windows 7 Home premium. Initiually I see the HP logo, and then the welcome 'Please wait' screen - just like a normal restart onb - words but and the screen remains completely black and a rectangle appears which says "establishment of the custom settings for windows desktop update"-, then nothing happens for hours - nothing.
no icons-no possibility to any what - all was going well until the reboot for updates of windows.
Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.
According to the description, I understand that you are facing some problems using Windows.
Try the methods.
I suggest to disconnect all external devices except the keyboard, mouse and screen and check if the problem persists.
I suggest you do the startup repair using Windows 7 boot DVD/USB (Universal Serial Bus):
What are the system recovery options in Windows 7?
Note: You can also create a system repair disc that contains the System Recovery Options menu. For more information, see create a system repair disc.
See the article and follow the steps if you are unable to perform a Startup Repair:
Windows 7 no longer starts, and the Startup Repair tool does not resolve the problem
Hope this information helps. Please let us know if you need any other help with Windows in the future. We will be happy to help you.
My system does not at all now after SP2. It won't even load of recovery disks cannot get sytem to work repairing or family name known good config, etc..
If you need a copy of the DVD, go to this link and download the image.http://NeoSmart.net/blog/2008/Windows-Vista-recovery-disc-download/Kind regards
Today, it was a good day, I didn't have to use my AK.
Tuesday February 11 I turned my hp Compaq nx7300 off I saw that she was installing updates I thought that nothing of what I had set to automatic updates. On Wedndesday that I have tried to re - turn on my laptop it installed updates. I got a black screen with white writing. The laptop then ran restoration of boot, but he was not able to repair itself and turns off. I tried to turn it back on a few times that I was in total disbelief that a MS Update would do this to my computer, it still does not.
I tried to start the computer in safe mode, but it does not work.
I tried to do a system restore but evertime I tried it there was an error, I tried all eight restore points but all back "an unspecified error occurred during system 0x800700b7 restore.
"In restoration of start I clicked on ' view diagnostic and repair details" it said all tests have been performed with success, but at the bottom it says ' root cause found - boot critical file D:\Windows\system32\ntkrnlpa.exe is corrupt.
I had to reinstall windows 7 pro three times so far and have now developed to the point that it is KB2479628 update of MS that is causing the problem. I the have not installed this time and have had updates to the manual
What can I do about this problem, I spent at least 20 hours on this problem now, and looking for the many other forum of people seem to have similar problems. I'm worried that KB2479628 will settle by accident when I want to install some other updates?
My computer laptop originally had Vista Business top but has been upgraded to Windows 7 32 bit, clean install, I use Microsoft Security Essentials, I've never had installed norton or macafee.
Thank you very much for all your time and your help is greatly appreciated, I'm sure I'll be at the time when SP1 is available.
Until then your your :-)
It was one thing to do, but I turned off my PC during the restoration of the system because he took time to complete the process. The next day I couldn't boot into windows. I tried the automatic repair feature, but it does not work. I tried to repair windows using the orignal installation disk, but it does not work. I tried to install Windows 8 all over again, but I got an error message - media pilot is missing. I opened the box uninstall the RAM, videocard unplugged and both drives and reinstall, but without success. I noticed that there is an orange/orange light on the motherboard. I thought it was the hard drive at the beginning, but now I hope that this is not the motherboard. Any help will be appreciated.
You have damaged the image beyond repair. You need to reinstall from scratch. Windows to say that an optical drive driver is missing, bad copy of DVD-RW, DVD + R or DVD - R media that was not burned at 1 X 2 X or 4 X, so is not readable. This is why USB Flash Drive 16 GB or more is recommended rather than the DVD player to the installation media.
A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing
A media computer driver needs is missing
error message when you install Windows
This problem occurs for the following reasons:
The installation DVD is removed during the installation process.
A bad quality DVD has been used to create the installation DVD.
The speed at which the installation DVD is burnt was too fast.
The DVD drive cannot read media.
The ISO file is corrupted.
I have to keep which dates back to the system restore to get my computer on the road. Whenever the update is installed I don't get past the first Screen Microsoft with the arrows. Now, my computer is very slow and I have not been able to install SP2. I need very simple instructions I'm no computer expert!
Free unlimited installation and compatibility support is available for Windows Vista, but only for Service Pack 2 (SP2). This support, initially planned to end on November 26, 2009, has been extended until February 26, 2010. Availability of support chat or messaging differs depending on your location. Some questions may require that more support for which he is advanced a charge. Go to http://support.microsoft.com/oas/default.aspx?prid=13014&gprid=582034 & select appropriate category (i.e., download problem;) Installation problem; Problems after installing a service pack). ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft
I downloaded an update to microsoft web view for my windows XP home Edition... it's KB9955759
"After you download was finished, then I tried to restart my computer as it has been restarted I tried to say, log in under my user name, then a pop box brought up something like" windows cannot load the locally stored profile. Rights of possible insufficinet?
I can't connect in safe mode but not in normal mode?
If you start in Mode safe mode, uninstall KB955759 & reboot, the behavior persists?
Despite what http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955759 suggests, KB955759 isn't a critical security update. After you have uninstalled KB955759, you can use the difficulty here to achieve the same ends, if you wish: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/954157 ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft
Summary: I was trying to remove a cluttered game persistent of my programs list title
so I'm in regedit (register edit) and tried to find (failure) and in the process, I deleted some other persistent games already removed under the registry 'Uninstall', but then I made clownish error after pressing a different register list of folders and what is called 'Unstable' deleted under current HKEY/user and then I could not access the Add/Remove programs of control panel list (he doesn't respond to my clicks) , and when I restarted the PC,.
I forgot to enter the normal restart and was still stuck at the start-up screen, also the Login usual words of greeting don't pop up, and only a few mojibake flashed on the screen for one second before letting me eternally stuck at the loading screen, so I guess that the deleted file was something important. In addition, I can still acess the BIOS Setup Utility.I have the tool, make a HARD drive Diagnostic test but its takes time.
Then... help please? : o
I'm typing this on a spare, slower computer Win7 btw
I didn't have a State previously saved for the restoration of the system, so it couldn't be used, other options?
Things are getting more and more difficult...
You can restore your registry files manually to a previous point through the steps described below. The process is complex and requires some careful typing. Ask a computer-savvy friend to help you if you lack experience in this field. You may reset your password to an earlier value.
1. keep tapping F8 during the first phase of startup.
2. select Repair from the menu.
3 log in as administrator if you are prompted.
4. Select repair when prompted.
5. Select the command line in the menu.
6. identify the correct drive letter for your Windows installation. It could be one drive other than c, but it will not X:. You do this by typing commands
until you find the Windows folder.
I'll call this "Q:" drive
7 type these commands:
CD /d Q:\windows\System32\config
xcopy *. * Q:\MyRegBack\
8. review the dates of the software, system, and SAM files. The files created before or after that is your problem?
9. If they were made before the problem appeared, you can then type these commands:
copy software / y...
/y copy system...
/y copy Sam...
(the two points are part of each order)
10. restart normally. If things don't work then you can go back by copying files from the original register of Q:\MyRegBack to Q:\Windows\System32\config.
The energy guy
Does not have a will to w-OS/Vista DELL Vostro 1510 only not the DVD player. Alert manager says device "this device cannot start" - 10 of the Code. Yesterday tech DELL replaced DVD drive, used, boot disk Windows does not not diskW, said looks like a software problem. What I do next.
Dungeon involved Dell's Support until the problem is solved, check their documentation online and their
Dell support drivers - product manual & warranty Info (left side) - and much more
Description of errors related to the 10 Code that generates the Device Manager in Windows on computers
Step 1: Please do all the same underneath if you did some before as is often total
a process that solves the problem.
Try this - Panel - Device Manager - CD/DVD - double click on the device - driver tab.
Click on update drivers (this will probably do nothing) - RIGHT click ON the drive - uninstall.
RESTART this will refresh the default driver stack. Even if the reader does not appear to continue
Then, work your way through these - don't forget the drive might be bad, could be a coward
cable or slight corrosion on the contacts (usually for a laptop) and other issues.
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060 - a Mr Fixit
Try this fix manually if the Fixit 314060 does not work
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs-
a Mr Fixit
The CD drive or the DVD drive does not work as expected on a computer that you upgraded to
for Windows Vista
When you insert a CD or a DVD, Windows Vista may not recognize the disc
Your CD or DVD drive cannot read or write media - A Mr Fixit
CD/DVD drive does not appear in Windows Vista, or you receive this error in Windows
Vista installation after booting from the DVD (AHCI)
Drive CD - R or CD - RW Drive is not recognized as a recordable device
Hardware devices not detected or not working - A Mr Fixit
Another possibility is that the cables are loose. Remove ALL power, then make sure that the cables in both
ends. Remove and replace, do not just tight. For laptops, you can often clean power and
contacts data with a pencil eraser.
Some DVD players do not use the Windows default drivers so check with the manufacturer of system and
manufacturer of device to see if there is a firmware or drivers for your drive if necessary.
Step 2: You have disc problems as the CD/DVD is actually 4 discs in 1 case (CD & DVD
Burn and CD and DVD read). So it is not unusual for 1 or 2 operational so that other parts
do it right.
Did you follow the Troubleshooting Guide for the reader who still does not work? There are
the entries in registry that the troubleshooter does not solve and those who "might" be the cause.
Check with your Maker system and a device for the two possible firmware updates and
the correct registry entries for your car.
Here are the keys that I of course are those in question - for the subkeys of the CD/DVD drive
as there will be other subkeys in these keys. Do not forget to ask specific keys involved as well as
You can probably find more info here and maybe even the exact registry for your CD/DVD settings
drive from someone with the same model.
Forums - a lot of expert real help
Use DevManView to locate the CD/DVD in the registry (be careful and do a prior Restore Point)
nothing change) - find the DevManView device and then make a right click on it free in RegEdit.
DevManView - free - an alternative to the standard Windows Device Manager, which displays all the
devices and their properties in flat table, instead of the tree viewer
I hope this helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
Windows xp home edition
service pack 2
Dell inspiron 1501
1. computer does not start after the Windows XP logo window
2 works well in safe mode, even connect to the external monitor
3. I reinstalled xp many times, problem stil exist.
All the answers?
- What happens after the Windows logo screen?
- You receive an error message?
- You have security software installed on the computer?
- Have you performed an installation clean Windows XP and even after that this problem exists?
As the computer starts up fine in safe mode there is a possibility that some third-party programs installed on the computer is the origin of the problem.
I suggest that you configure the computer in a clean boot state and check if it helps.
To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows XP by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
See section to learn more about how to clean boot.
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Reset the computer to start as usual
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
- Click Start , and then click run.
- Type msconfig , and then click OK.
The System Configuration utility dialog box appears.
- Click the general tab, click Normal Startup - load all device drivers and services , and then click OK.
- When you are prompted, click restart to restart the computer.
If fails it above step can refer to the article below and try the steps mentioned, check if it helps.
After the Windows Logo appears or after you log in to Windows, a Windows XP computer cannot display the wallpaper, a black screen or a blue screen
My apple pencil does not work after the 9.3.4 update. I tried to restart but still does not work. Tried to forget the device and whenever I connect the pencil to the ipad pro, it is said that it does not recognize the cable / device. Help please.
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Welcome to the communities of Apple Support!
I see that your Apple pencil does not work after update to iOS 9.3.4. I guess it's about to have a problem with something that worked with the previous version of the iOS software. I'm happy to help you to help you find the best resolution.
First of all, let's close open applications on your iPad Pro. This can ensure that there is nothing running in the background that is causing a conflict. The following article will help you:
Then connect the pencil of Apple and see if it is recognized for the time being. If you don't see the Pair button, wait a minute while your Apple pencil costs. Then disconnect your Apple pencil, Plug and back on hold until you see the button in hand.
Original title: xp does not start after the installation of avira
I have a HP Slimline s7410
XP Home Edition SP3
I had Norton free with Comcast, but since I have no more Comcast became Norton expired. So I uninstalled Norton and installed the free version of Avira, he scanned the computer and it was clean. I went to reboot and now it does not start.
I have a cd/dvd drive of work.
I don't have an XP bootable installation CD
My system worked well until: I installed the free version of Avira
Whenever I select one on the XP advanced options options menu start, it goes into a boot loop.
I turn off the auto reboot system failure although it seems only work once, as the next time he's trying to start up it goes into the boot loop.
Here's what my BSOD looks like:
Disable or uninstall any anti-virus, disk defragmentation or backup utilities. Check the configuration of your hard drive and check the updated drivers. Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer.
STOP: 0 X 00000024 (0 X 00190203, 0 X 87174270, 0XC0000102, 0X00000000)
Any help is greatly appreciated! :)
My first suggestion is to do a system restore at this time point.
second suggestion is to keep your external drive connected to the pc at all times. only detach when necessary. of course, it would be better to install a second hard drive in the computer instead. in any case, keep your personal files out of the system disk is a wise thing to do. You can also download and store files for free on the Microsoft Skydrive site.
third suggestion is to keep your system set upward through executing a check disk and Defrag at least once a month. Basically, you can open the Explorer and right-click on the drive letter. then select Properties, and on the Tools tab, you will have the opportunity to run the disk check. then reboot and do a Defrag. where this disk check fails, then you will need to run it to the drive via a bootable cd prompt.
Interestingly, I don't know if the bootable cd that you made you allows to run the disk check.
so my suggestion is to do a series of tests using your cd bootable your computer works. see if you can actually run a chkdsk/r at the moment with them. If Yes, then if your constant worries are having bad sectors on the hard disk, chkdsk/r will identify and mark so windows will jump on them. in any case, see if your boot at the moment media can run a check disk at all, and let me know.
fifth proposal is to install "microsoft security essentials" like your anti virus program. even if you have run ubantu, it is not likely to have been an infected copy. anti - are most critical virus for windows and not not so much for ubantu or linux is because windows is a system of world class operations. the people who make the virus deliberately their engineer for the windows operating system. If, however, ubantu and linux have been just as popular as Windows, virus engineers would make infections for the o.s. too. Although they no doubt, attacks are more frequent for the windows os.
I'm using Firefox on a Windows 7 computer. Firefox does not open after the last update. I read the help articles and it seems that I need to create a new profile because my settings were probably corrupted. I'm unable to open the profile technical, even when you use the directory in cmd line path. I tried the following commands in the command line:
"C:\Program Files (x 86) \Mozilla" PEI
Nothing happens with every order.
I am also running Norton Internet Security. I read a help of virtual navigation features Re article that can cause a problem. The article says to check the setting of virtualization in the internet security software and to clear the virtual cache. I went through all the menus of settings in Norton Internet Security version 22.214.171.124 and I don't see anything that looked like in "virtualization" settings, so I guess that does not apply to me. "
If you have any ideas, I had appreaciate that your expertise!
Hello arcandl, at the launch of the firefox is not after you double-click the shortcut, it is sometimes also a sign of active malware on a system.
you might want to try running a scan with some various other security like the free version of malwarebytes and adwcleaner tools that are specialized to remove the adware and browser hijackers.
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I got this awesome 16 gb Sony Tablet S, it works fine and everything. SO the prospect of getting the Tablet, I bought a 32G SD card just so I can save games and movies to save memory on the Tablet, but he doesn't read any, all I could do is file tran
I scanned the two elements of a brother MFC - 240 c printer all-in-one to computer. where can I find documents
The program I use is called Defraggler is a simplified version of windows Disk Defragmenter. It is not defragment my disk correctly. It is said that it has completed the defrag but it's still 23% defragmented files defragmentation
The program that I use is called Defraggler, it was created by piriform LTD and it is a simplified version of windows Disk Defragmenter. It is not defragment my disk correctly. It is said that it has completed the defrag but it's still 23% defragment
Hello I have problems in Windows 7 64 bit Pro where when I start the PC I get the error popup messages follows: RegSvr32 - C:\ProgramData\mmlnfus.dat failed to load the module. (Make sure the binary is stored at the location specified...) RegSvr32 -
Is there a way to "reboot" the queues of the event? I see contacts blocked in the programs, but I am unable to influence change from inside the program.Mike