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Sometimes, while doing some specific work on your PC or browsing the internet, the program you're using suddenly stops responding without any apparent reason. If you hadn't been saving your work regularly, you'll most likely lose it when Windows prompts you to close the program.
There's however a solution that could help you avoid such frustration. Here are the steps to follow in case a program stops responding :
1. Once you encounter such a problem, don't close the program you're using.
2. Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete.
3. In the "Processes" tab, find "explorer.exe", choose it and click "End Process" on the bottom right.
4. Click "Yes" (Everything you see in the background will disappear but don't panic, it will come back).
5. Click "File" on the top left.
4. Choose "New Task (Run...)"
5. Write "explorer.exe" in the box.
And everything comes back! You can now resume your work...
Do you mean NOT responding?
If so, hold down the command key (that's the one right next to the space bar), then hold down the ALT key (that's the key next to the command key) and while you are holding them down press the ESC key (top left hand corner of the keyboard).
A window will open up showing all the running programs. Normally the problem program will be high-lighted and will have (not responding) tagged onto the end of its name. At the bottom of the window is a button marked "Force Quit".
Alternatively you can mouse over the program's icon in the dock, click on it and hold the click for a couple of seconds. A menu will pop up with "Force Quit" in it.
The buttons may not be readily available and it would be easier just to change out the palmrest as a whole because the pad and buttons come already installed. Below is the item number for a T61 palmrest I found on Ebay, look up the number and then contact the store that has it directly to find out more.
Hi colewilfred, this is very common for MyWebSearch program. Its a simple fix.
Right click once on the start button, (A pop-up window will open), slide up to Explorer & left click on it once. Right click once on the C:\ drive & left click Search from the list. In the search top window type the name of the file: m3plugin.dll Click search. Windows will find the file. Right click once on the file m3plugin.dll listed in the right hand side of the search window & left click Copy from the list. Windows Explorer is still opened. Scroll down to the folder, Program Files & left click the plus sign next to it. Program Files will open & you'll see all kinds of folders. Find the Mywebsearch folder & open it. Find the folder 1.bin, Right click once on that folder & left click past from the list. Close all opened windows & restart the system.
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