Question about Dell Studio Hybrid Desktop Computer
Purple Flag captures links from web sites and diverts to its own screens overlaid on the true destination of the link. When the unwanted screen can be closed - hampered by deliberate hiding of closing method - the intended screen appears as the Purple Flag screen disappears.
Start pc in safe mode.(F8) @ start-up. Select safe mode. Uninstall Firefox, including user settings. Run Glary Utilities from Glarysoft. Use one-click-maintenance only. Then repair. Should do the trick. Then reinstall Firefox. Be more careful about opening strange web sights and emails from people you don't know.
Posted on May 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Using another PC, download MEMTST86 from memtst86.com follow directions to burn it to a CD. Run overnight in your Dell. If you have two memory modules, try removing one then the other and see if the problem goes away. Sounds like a hardware problem.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Use the Windows Easy Transfer utility on 7 to move your settings/files to a flash drive. Start the program on the new one, insert the flash drive and follow instructions.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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