When I try to boot up my computer, it gives me different error messages (urlmon.dll and iertutil.dll was not found). It will just bring up my wallpaper but nothing else. What can I do to be able to use my computer?
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goto Start--> Run and then type msconfig , now go to "Start UP " tab and then in the down pane you can find many services that start up when the computer is turned on. You can find the missing DLL profile there , the box may be unchecked or else select the option " Enable All" then click Apply and then OK. The error will be solved , and moreover this wont create any problem with the error message displayed. U can skip the error message if it again comes. This error message is due to the uninstallation of any program recently.
Save the file on the desktop and then extract the file to the following location
If the same doesnot fix the issue , check by restarting the system in safe mode. Restart your computer and before windows begins to load tap the f8 key multiple times , till you see the safe mode option on the screen . Login as the administartor and check if you are able to open device manager . If yes , then just create a new user account the problem would be resolved
On the screen where you choose safe more (after you tap on f8) you also have an option to choose "last know good configuration" choose that and that should work. If it dosenot you should back up the data on that hard drive and reinstall windows. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but if the last know good config dosent work you only have very technically challenging steps that you can try like recovery console and rebuilding the boot sector. if its vista you have more options.
Let me know if you want to persue these options ant i will give you the steps
There are two options to retrieve data: remove the drive and use it on an external box in another pc, or use an OS that boots from cd, like KUBUNTU, and record it in cds or dvds (though only LINUX systems will read them). As for the causes, it might be a hardware fault (damaged HDD) or simply some driver you've updated recently and is giving hardware some suicide commands. And don't send it for repair if you have sensitive data in there, unless you can be there through the whole process.
This actually sounds like a faulty power supply to me.
The Hard drive not being detected will be due to the rest of the system sucking the power to start itself (motherboard goes first), then when the hard drive digs in and tries, there isn't enough there. Suddenly the hard drive dosn't exist.
Go into setup, power has stabilised, HDD gets powered in the next cycle after exiting the bios, but the rest of the system dosn't need to draw as much power since it is active and stable and the hard drive is detected finally.
Now with the system running, the system is unstable due to the power requirements of everything in there eating it.
Even the beep pattern fits the profile, the next big power ****** would have seen to that, the video card.