Tip & How-To about Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Disable The Send Error Report, to Microsoft

Open Control Panel
Click on Preformance and Maintenance.
Click on System.
Then click on the Advanced tab
Click on the error reporting button on the bottom of the windows.
Select Disable error reporting.
Click OK
Click OK

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windows xp stops loading and goes to disk scan. Disk scan does not find any error on the drive and restarts booting xp, which stops at the same point and goes to scan again...


First you need to disable the page file:
  1. Open Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> System.
  2. In the left "Tasks", click on Advanced System Settings.
  3. You should come to "Advanced" tab. In "Performance" section, click on Settings button.
  4. Click on Advanced tab.
  5. In the "Virtual Memory" section, click on Change button.
  6. By default, "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" setting is selected so that Windows can manage the paging file without user's interruption. Uncheck the check box of Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.
  7. Select and highlight the appropriate drive that users want to change the paging file settings under the box of "Drive [Volume Label]".Select "No Page File"
  8. Restart the system
Next do the following:
  1. Click on your start menu and open the run dialog.
  2. Type "cmd" and return (note: dont enter quotes)
  3. Next type "fsutil dirty query e:"
  4. If the return message indicates that the volume is dirty go to step 5
  5. Next type "chkdsk e: /f /x"
  6. After that finshes repeat step 3.
  7. If it is no longer dirty then reboot and you should notice no more ckdisk.

Jun 01, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition English...

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unfortunately my problem is my computer always keep on restarting and cant go on straight to windows. operating system was Windows XP.


There's a setting buried in Windows XP that tells your computer to restart when a system error occurs. If you turn off that option, you may solve your automatic reboot problem.
  • Click Start, then open Control Panel
  • Click Performance and Maintenance
  • Click System
  • Click on the Advanced Tab
  • Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section
  • Uncheck Automatically Restart in the System failure section
  • Dec 15, 2010 | ASUS Eee PC 900 Notebook

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    i get a message low memory how can i fix this dell inspiron 1525


    In Windows XP
    1.Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
    2.Click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.
    3.On the Advanced tab, under Performance, click Settings.
    4.On the Advanced tab, under Virtual memory, click Change.
    5.Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive that contains the paging file that you want to change.
    6.Under Paging file size for selected drive, click to Custom size check box. You can enter the amount of memory you would like to reserve for Virtual memory by entering the initial and maximum size.
    7.Click Set

    Jul 21, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook

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    What may be the problem of my pc because it always restart?


    You need to get the exact error message to determine the cause of your system restarting. Then post again with the error message that will appear.

    If you're using Windows XP:
    1. Navigate to the Control Panel in Windows XP by left-clicking on Start, followed by Settings and then choosing Control Panel.
    2. In the Control Panel window, open System.
      Note: In Microsoft Windows XP, depending on how your operating system is setup, you may not see the System icon. To correct this, click on the link on the left-hand side of the Control Panel window that says Switch to Classic View.
    3. In the System Properties window, click on the Advanced tab.
    4. Locate the Startup and Recovery area and click on the Settings button.
    5. In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.
    6. Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
    7. Click OK in the System Properties window.
    8. From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting manually will be necessary.
    If you're using Vista/7:
    1. Click on Start and then Control Panel.
      Tip: In a hurry? Type system in the search box after clicking Start. Choose System from the list of results and then skip to Step 4.
    2. Click on the System and Maintenance link.
      Note: If you're viewing the Classic View of Control Panel, you won't see this link. Simply double-click on the System icon and proceed to Step 4.
    3. Click on the System link.
    4. In the task pane on the left, click the Advanced system settings link.
    5. Locate the Startup and Recovery area and click on the Settings button.
    6. In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.
    7. Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
    8. Click OK in the System Properties window.
    9. You can now close the System window.
    10. From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting manually will be necessary.


    Jun 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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