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Time after times apps are added to autostart at boot using memory, remove them and check if you really need to reinstall
go to start, run,the type msconfig
in the last tab, uncheck all, then reboot and reconsider
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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Delete any new programs that you have downloaded.
Often, the cause of corruption in a computer system is a bad download that installs harmful files.
If you started to get the Appcrash error on your system after downloading a new program or software from the Internet, it's highly likely you have downloaded a bad product.
Use the "Add/Remove Programs" feature in the Control Panel to get rid of the program immediately.
Uninstall the program that is crashing.
It is possible to fix the program's corrupted files while the program is still installed, but to make sure that you clear the program files completely, it is safest to completely uninstall it from the system.
Run a full scan of your computer.
Your computer should already have antivirus software installed that can scan for corrupted files and either fix them or delete them from your system.
If you do not have antivirus software on your computer, that could be a big part of the problem.
Purchase and install antivirus software as soon as possible.
Once you have the antivirus program installed, open it and click "Scan Computer."
The antivirus scan will isolate bad files and you will be given the option to remove them from your system.
Reinstall the program that was crashing.
Now that the corrupted files have all been removed, your program should run smoothly after reinstallation.
Check for program incompatibility.
If, after a thorough scan and cleaning of your computer and reinstallation of your program, the
Appcrash errors continue, the program you are trying to use may not be compatible with your operating system or other programs on your computer
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hope this helps
Nov 20, 2012 | PC Desktops
First, you will want to BACKUP ALL of your programs.
Since you did not upgrade to VISTA, you will LOOSE all of your programs when you upgrade to Windows 7, so be sure to backup all of your programs and files.
If you wish, you can use an external hard drive and a program called WINDOWS EASY TRANSFER to make this task easier.
See the link below for this FREE program.
Now, for the fun part! Insert the Windows 7 disc into the computer and start or restart the computer.
Follow the onscreen instructions to completely install Windows 7.
You will now need to reinstall each of your programs.
If you used Windows Easy Transfer, you can use the list of programs that it prints out to be certain that you reinstall all of your programs.
Hope this helps.
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