When i turn my computer on a blck sceen come on saying lad flies
I tried starting it the regular way but it says something about loading flies and i do that and it takes hours but never fix the problem. What do i do? i dont have internet hook up to that computer so i dont think its a problem.
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Sounds like this is in your startup items and needs to be deleted from it.
Start/Programs and look for the RUN command. You might see it anywhere
once you click Programs, or it might be inside the Accessories folder.
Click RUN and when it opens up type "msconfig.exe" (without the quotes)
then hit ok.
When the System Configuration window opens click the
Startup tab. In the Startup Tab we are only concerned with 2 columns,
the first column which is the Startup Items and the column that says
Command. You can put your mouse pointer between two column headings and
it will turn into a +, then hold the left mouse button and drag the
column over to the right to expand it so you can read what's below it.
everything has a check mark beside it. This means that everytime
you start your computer, these items have to load and run.
with the first item listed under the startup item column and look at
itand look at the command for it. Pay close attention to anything that
will have something like the API.i that is showing up and if you find it
remove the check mark next to the item on the left. This will stop it
from running when you start your computer.
If you see something
that does not have anything under the Command column,remove the check
mark, it's a virus that's trying to hide. If you see something that
says something like: dumprep 0 -k in the startup itemcolumn remove the
check mark from it. Reboot machine.
Don't worry if you take the
check mark off something that you were unsure about. You can always go
back in and put the check mark back on.
Hi.first you proceed safe mode and check for chance of virus removal if any. other wise try to select start operation with command prompts. Once after solving in any one these options, then think about starting up computer in regular mode. with respect to your statements, the reasons for failure are either virus attack or failure of installing of system file correctly. I hope you got somewhat solution.
Include what type and model of computer and what operating system you are running.
Try using another user account to log in if you have one. That way if there is a program starting up (like spyware) associated with just his account the other accounts may still work and allow you access to the computer to fix the problem.
Also try safe mode if this is a Windows computer.
You can also go to Start There is much more detail we can go into but you didn't give any details about your computer, what is it? what operating system? what was the last thing he did, or downloaded before the problem started?
A bad hard drive with a few corrupt spots on it can also cause this. There are detailed tests for hard drives that can show if the drive has an issue. If the drive is really bad you will need a boot CD to run the tests from. Such as UBCD-Win, and there are also some tests on a regular Windows repair /install CD as well.
Disk drive manufacturers such as Seagate and Western Digital also have drive diagnostics you can download for free.
Just after post(the computer boots up) and just before you see windows booting press F8, it will bring up a blck page with different selection options to boot your pc, use the arrow keys to go to the top of the page where it says safe mode and hit enter,, the computer should now boot to windows in save mode. hope this helps.
Before windows loads press F8 on the keyboard to get an advanced menu. choose the option that says disable automatic restart on error and see what error you get. Also try the Safe Mode option. That click sounds like the harddrive is failing.
try a firmware update from Pioneers website for the DVD RW drive.
try to download the driver, but don't install it. Wait until windows recognizes the drive, and then install the driver. Restart the computer just the way it is.
The windows components are the only ones you need, these are the ones you need for the computer to boot properly. You can remove unnecesary start up items by typing msconfig on run, then click on start up tab, uncheck those unnecesary programs and reboot the computer.