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Windows XP Does Not Start Correctly After Virusscan And Is Very Slow


Helpful +5 Report Grimest 4Posts Saturday July 25, 2009Registration date July 26, 2009 Last seen Jul 26, 2009 at 04:19 PM i only read the first help comment ignore it dont I even cleaned the fan.When I noticed that this was such a common problem with AVG, I feel stupid for installing it and am amazed that these guys are still in Helpful +1 Report mel Feb 18, 2010 at 10:07 AM I am having the same issue, with a DELL optiplex gx620. I am able to get to the desktop on a laptop.

I have xp on a flash drive but can't use as wont come up. If that's the case I would write zeros to the drive a couple of times and then reload the OS. There is an issue with performance and floppy noise if you have a floppy installed. To fix this error try the following methods: Method #1: Check or remove hardware Make sure that all disk cables are connected properly before booting your computer.

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Applicable Systems This Windows-related knowledgebase article applies to the following operating systems: Windows XP (all editions) Propose an edit Tagged:blue screen of deathBSOD Related Articles Disable Legacy Boot Mode and Enable My other XP box is stable and does not have 2 or 3 present.Message was edited by: Peacekeeper on 27/03/14 6:28:16 AM Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 1 2 3 Previous Total time ? I tried safemode and that wont work either.

It works. :) - Arwal 04/24/2013 - Thanks, this helped a lot! - Vicky 02/15/2013 - ineed very fast my computer. - taher 10/27/2012 - thank u so much very helpful! This worked great if you plan on using your computer as a giant paperweight and don't do anything on it. Harish June 10, 2012 4:06 AM when i am refreshing my computer after it switched on it get stucking all the ttime even i restart it also it agains happening like Chkdsk If you do install one of these, download the Home or free editions..

Thanks. which can only be explained if it's corrupted or infected. That is what it is all about, anyways.... It will have had nothing to do with installing your camera software, except that it forced a reboot and this file was missing. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - AVG - The problems continued - untill I uninstalled AVG by CAD geek / January 6, 2010 3:40 AM PST In reply My husband uses 2000 sata and loves it,I use XP sata and now less problems.No more wiping out the HD. Figured I'd put this up and see if your opinion changed at all while I was working this bit out. If one of your computer's RAM modules fails completely, your computer won't even turn on.

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Method #3: Update BIOS Search on your computer manufacturer's website on how to update your BIOS. 0x00000050 (PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGE AREA) The blue screen error with the code "0x00000050" (PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) So if I'm right, the graphics card is screwed because it works fine untill it needs to take over. Windows 7 Stuck On Welcome Screen Watch the video for related information DIY How to repair a completely dead hard drive with fried circuit board alexoldshaneMar 22, 2013, 8:05 PM Apparently my wife had backed up the Safe Mode Windows 10 this happened.

It is all clean, nothing bad detected. It's now doing this at all times. ChicanoMar 17, 2013, 5:00 AM I forgot to mention the Security issues you would encounter and to also include the solutions... Boot into 'Safe Mode with Networking' 2. Windows 7 Safe Mode

Larger files and a bigger quantity of files also play a role to fragmentation and performance loss. and from the right pane of Mounted Devices, select all values and delete them, and next restart the computer. Report nez- Apr 16, 2010 at 04:01 PM what key? original site Here's what to do.Try to start Windows in every startup method available.You may have already done this but if not, know that each startup method available from the Startup Settings or

I would suggest doing thorough scan of all sectors (depending on machine and HDD size, be prepared to go get a few drinks and come back after a couple hours like So just going to send it back to company for new drive. You want to boot from CD and not HD because that's where the problem exists if trying to reinstall OS.

Report VeeGirly- Jul 7, 2010 at 07:04 PM i neeed help please okay idk wat happened that I turned my laptop off to use the next day & then I normally

So far does this sound like you? edit this post Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites I really tried to do as you asked. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 18.

for sure Jack Ragan March 29, 2011 6:07 PM Every night before I go to bed I log off and restart the computer and leave it running until I get back And if it turns out that backups are the issue here ... Report cannonwill- Jul 21, 2009 at 08:31 AM May be a different issue, dos not sound similar enough. To fix this error, try any of the following fixes.

Then one day a week or two back, after DOZENS of BSOD over a six week period, my AVG Free DID NOT START on boot up. Remember when I said that you naturally install stuff on your computer over the years even if you didn't want to? I could start using it right away, but it's just the most responsive if I give it a chance to complete its own morning ritual. As a result, it makes sense that it could impact your start-up performance, too.

Report Pdub- Mar 7, 2009 at 12:28 PM Right on the money. Report cannonwill- Jul 21, 2009 at 07:07 AM I wouldn't go this route if I were you. It is the same story, same situation, and same result. Helpful +4 Report Weed Mar 17, 2009 at 08:45 AM PDUB, Thanks for the thorough response.

She also had indexing of c drive selected on boot so the mcshield scanner was working flat out till indexing complete this slowed the PC till the indexing was complete. Coupled with removal of MB battery (leave out for about 1/2 hr before putting back in). You could try uninstalling SiteAdvisor to see if this has any effect on your browsers.Cleaning out temp files, clearing the cache, deleting McAfee log files - this can help, if only Currently running a diskcheck via my computer to check the laptop as the ones ran from the laptop itself weren't very informative.

To do this use CCleaner adding the Laptop HDD's Windows drive letter to be scanned as follows: Click on the CCleaner Options\Add\Drive or folder\Browse\Select Drive *X:\ and press OK\mark File Types I configured it to start certain programs immediately, and start other services after a short interval of 30 seconds or so, and even more after that. This even though I am running a quad core, Win7x64, 4GB memory and an SSD (instead of HDD). They just stopped working. (Heidi's Eraser and another one I can't remember right now.) I had to completely re-install the programs to regain their use.

Best thing to do is... This is being looked at fix for the moment is disable the floppy in device manager.2. Auto Start: How do I run a program automatically when Windows starts? Microsoft released an update for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) users that have the 0x000000D1 error: Download update #KB916595 Follow the instructions from the "Install Instructions" section on how to

Says that its an error that can't be automatically fixed. I'm going to check around and see if I have any extra cables laying around that I can use to connect to my PC, but not too sure.


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