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Reopen Firefox. Why won't it let me delete it. You've been a big help man! What did it contain? his comment is here

Because it only lets me type one letter. Dell said reinstall Windows XP and so did the computer support where I work. I think I know another solution to try out. I'm not sure if it was just an excuse to get money out of me.

Please help me out here!!!!!!!!!!! The laptop is a Dell Vostro 1500 Core 2 duo 1.6 GHz Vista Business SP1 2 GB RAM Geforce 8400M GS Oh, and the system resolution is 1440x900. Do you know how to fix that and also where to get the Windows XP CD?

I found Malwarebytes to be the only thing I could get my hands on that would take care of it. How about this. Dave Potts The instructions to reset the home page are incorrect. Let us know.WesMS-MVP Windows Shell/UserIn news:[email protected],jackie.tony hunted and pecked:> Hi thanx for your info.

Been 2 months:help edit: On Vista Do you use the latest Firefox for browsing the web? About MSE Site Feedback Martin's Blogs & Appearances Discussion The MoneySaving Books How much have you saved? you have saved my life! So you are positive it doesn't work in your BIOS?

I'd really appreciate your help. Is there a similar Winsocks program for Vista? Below I have detailedout many steps that can not only help you clean-up a problem PC butkeep it clean ,secure and running at its top performance mark.I know this text can not particularly a fan of AVG, especially the latest one.

my comp doesnt act slow though , Glad you like it! AVG was pretty good maybe 5 years ago, so I've just stuck with it since. Reply deralaand August 28, 2009 at 2:10 pm I see no mention of the latest Trinity Rescue Kit 3.3 build 334(live CD)which has virus scan and removal capabilities. No one else told me how to access the dos screen and to change the boot order.

However, after following all the steps perfectly - using the purple disk, putting in commands etc - I still get the blue screen ‘unmountable volume' screen. http://exomatik.net/hijack-this/hijack-this-help-plz.php Any Suggestions. the cursor goes all the way back to the start . Then, I tried chkdsk /p and finally it worked.

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Danielle I got to the recovery console it gets to 50% then stops and my computer shuts off which it has been doing alot of lately. WOW WOW WOW Richard I have a laptop with no floppy disk drive and I don't have the xp cd. I have tried to delete one in particular as it is of an extreme adult nature.

Then the task manager comes on the screen with lots of programs running.

i have avast since like 2 years Hm. It had all my college work in it, and it was all gone. She has no ISP service at the moment, however he confirmed that he's able to connect with his ipod touch to an open wifi connection from somewhere in the apartment. Nothing comes up when i enter a website in the url bar.

Would you be so kind and give me some more suggestions.. Run a scan with malwarebytes. I'd like to see my bookmarks as before. check over here end of pc.

Etiquette Share info and tips Rules Follow the rules Forum & Social Team We look after your Forum Hi and welcome to MSE Forum! Ken McGuire @John Have you considered mounting the laptop's drive into a PC and checking / scanning / repairing that way? Just curious. I had the blue screen of death and looked all over the internet for a solution.

Many thanks. I put in the disc, and the same screens come up. If not, call Seagate tomorrow as it is still the weekend. Can you bring up the recovery console as outlined above?

It was just a partition on the hard drive that showed up as something like 'E: Recovery' The computer is a Dell XPS 420, OS Vista home premium 32. The memory could not be "%s". SpamBayes (Free!) http://spambayes.sourceforge.net/ Spamihilator (Free!) http://www.spamihilator.com/As I said, those are not your only options, but are reliable ones I haveseen function for hundreds+ people.Tip (13):ADVANCED TIP! The router's installation disk says it can't find the ethernet connection, but he says it's clearly connected, and it shows up on his ipod touch as well.

Please reply back. System: Uncheckmark your recycle bin if you have files in there that you might still want. I fact, do you have an IT guy/girl in your office, or your > spouses office, that you can pay 20 or so bucks to and have them do it for Alex Poulin Ian I did all the steps as dictated above and i still keep getting the "gorgeous blue screen".

Right now, though, I should really get some work done. claviertekky View Public Profile Send a private message to claviertekky Find More Posts by claviertekky Samara Member (10-19-2009, 12:14 AM) Quote #33 Originally Posted by claviertekky OS? I have the same problem, but I have the Dell Inspiron 1501 with Windows Vista installed. Ken, I have another problem.

They'll quickly tell you whether your hard drive is in danger or not. As for a time frame, this has been happening for quite a while. Simon Childs Ken. Vista.