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Re: cannot reboot computer it will freeze everytime at...
Most computers set Harddisk as the default boot option. Go to BIOS setup(press del during startup) and go to boot options and changed it from there. It is either found on advanced setup or it has a menu of its own, depending on the BIOS chip.
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may be there is a problem with the hard drive but no problem i have a solution for this....
first copy the windows file to a DVD CD.then format windows from your computer and re install your windows using CD ............dont remember to like my post...
Regarding this issue with the computer not booting to Windows,please press the F8 as soon as you reboot the computer you would get a black screen that says "ADVANCED BOOT OPTIONS" from here you would find an option that says "SAFE MODE" please use the up and down arrow keys and highlight this option and see if you are able to get into Windows in the safe mode.If you are able to boot into safe mode then we can restore the settings of the computer to an earlier date for which please click on Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore.You would get the System restore window from where you need to select an earlier date wherein the computer was working fine and then the computer would reboot and you should be able to get the computer to work.
Plug in an ethernet cable into your ethernet card port on the left hand side of your laptop. When it connects to the internet click on the Windows update icon in the system tray. It should show you a Realtek Wireless RTL8187b wireless adapter driver update. Install it, you may need to reboot, but in any case you will have wireless networks available to you and you can pull out the ethernet cable. Good luck.
This definitely sounds like a heat problem. The system fan should cool it, but there may be a lot of dirt in the heat sink or along the path that the fan blows air. The first thing I would try is to get a can of canned air and blow it into all the vents under and on the side of the computer. If it is dusty, keep your face away.
You didn't say, but if you let the system cool down for a while (maybe 15 minutes or so) and start it up again and the same thing happens, it['s definitely a heat issue.
reboot the machine. tap the f8 key and select safe mode. boot into safe mode and see if the computer freezes up again.
in the event it doesnt, you have a bad driver or new software on the drive. to correct this go to gateway.com select your model and download any recent updates including the bios. also uninstall any new service packs or software you had loaded recently.
reboot machine and see if you have the same error.
if this continues or it froze in safemode you could have two problems,
1. Corrupt OS files, the fix: Restore Machine after backing up data. 2. GPU having issues and heating up to the point it turns off, the fix: Local repair shop or Gateway replace mobo or local repair shop reflow board.
Let me know what you try and what works! Good Luck!
You can set up the SonicStage software on multiple PC's / Laptops. You can also transfer songs from your MP3 player to your PC and Laptop or vice versa.
Try rebooting your laptop while the USB MP3 Player connected to the USB port. After reboot, try clicking on the installed SonicStage icon. If this goes through then your MP3 player will be detected and you can now transfer music to it.