I have an Acer Aspire 5003 Laptop. It keeps not responding when I try to just look in my own files. It also does it on the internet. I have to use control alt delete to end the process on the internet and even when not on the internet. Can anyone tell me what is happening?
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At this point I would suggest to try a full system restore as the sytem files might be corrupted. You can restore the computer back to factory default,to do so, follow the below steps:
Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10" key, i.e Alt+f10, it will open the recovery console, select full factory restore and follow onscreen instruction. NOTE: This will erase all the datas on the computer.
It is cause by a very serious virus called "Conflicker"
Try to Do a upgrade of 7 (Free upgrade from Microsoft).
The upgrade does not delete your files, it should detect and erase viruses and the startup is quicker. (22 secs on my Dell Inspiron 2200 with 512MB RAM!!!)
Currently, the only other solution is to do a complete re-install.
from your description your referring to a corrupt file system, when windows boots it; loads sector zero and begins loading os files progressively, when a file fails to load like the registry hive or the core sytem kernel it will hang for hours, the system is in need of a system repair, step 1 try hitting the f8 key on system reboot, keep tapping till it loads into the chose boot options and slect the safe mode option. now asuming this is windows oporating system, you will be in safe mode, go to the start button click it and select run, type in the run box chkdsk /R now press enter it will take a while for the scan to compleate, when it's done reboot as normal and see if the system boots ok, if it fails here theirs other options but lets try that first.
i think the only solution is to find a vista installation disk then you run a repair installation as this will just repair your system files for windows to be stable coz it shows that you installation is not stable
Tou will usually require the entire palmrest to be replaced if the plastic has snapped. if the plastic is still strong and you just want the "click" back everytime you press it then you will have to replace the inside of the button on the mobo or the button itself. Cheapest option would be to use an external mouse. If not and you dont feel comfortable repairing it yourself then it should be a fairly simple repair for a competent repair guy.