Question about AOpen AX4SPE-UN Motherboard
A "hung" system usually tells you that you have registry problems and/or buggy drivers and can include a virus (It can also include a corrupt boot sector). Well, there's a easy fix for this and a really difficult fix for this...And then there's the reinstallation of Windows. Ok, the easy fix is to goto: Start -> Programs -> System Tools -> System Restore Run the restore program back to the time where you were having no problems. Voila! If it is a virus, this will not get rid of it as some of the viruses make their way into the system restore. Then there's the difficult way to do it which is kinda like the installation of Windows but instead you hit "repair" (This is known as the Recovery Console and it's in DOS just to warn you...) Then you can type the following at the dos prompt: fixmbr - Fixes corrupt master boot record fixboot - Fixes corrupt boot sector bootcfg /rebuild - Fixes corrupt or missing boot.ini
Posted on Mar 24, 2007
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