Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Follow these steps:
>Turn the computer off.
>Turn it back on and keep on tapping F8.
>Advance Boot Menu will come up.
>Using the up/down arrow keys select Safe Mode.
>It will load windows and it takes a few moment.
>You will be asked to logon with your password.
>Type your password and wait for windows to load everything up.
>Now, click on Start.
>Type System Restore on the Start Search bar.
>On the System Restore window, Hit Next
>Select a date from the Restore Points saved.
>Select the date when you know the computer was working fine. (maybe 3-5 days will do)
>Then click on Finish or Continue or Next.
>Your computer will restart.
>Don't do anything with it, wait for it to load everything back.
>If it prompts you to login with your password, type the password in.
>It should accept your password and windows should load normally.
That's it! It's not your fault. It happens once in a while especially if a windows update is not compatible or has not completed successfully. We can't prevent this from happening but rest assured that next time it happens, you know what to do. This happens, let's say once or twice in the life of a computer. Have fun! Thank you for choosing FixYa!
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