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It's called the Blue Screen of Death. Did you install any software before it happens? If you does, try to restart your laptop then login in a Safe Mode, then go to Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs - then unistall it then restart. But if you didn't install anything when it happens, just restart your pc. If it still went to the BSC, try reinstalling your OS. Hope it helps!
Do you have a program called Sweet messenger?
if you do unistall and reinstall it.If you don't use it unistall it that software .You can got to the control panel then add/remove programs if you using XP . If you are using Vista it is call programs and features in the control panel.
Sometimes when you delete a software that relies on your sound, it will accidently erase the sound driver. Look on the front of your computer and write down the model number of your computer. Example Dell 2400. Go to manufacturers website and click on support and drivers. Find your brand and redownload/install audio driver. Reboot and your all done!
First I would uninstall the program again. Then go to start, search and look for PMUSERS.dat and delete it. Restart your computer It is also a good thing to temporaily turn off any antivirus software before
installing also. Many programs like this Broderbund product do not
install completely with the antivirus software on. Then reinstall the program and it should run ok.
Hope this helps.
Sorry about the first post...my cat stepped on the keyboard!
you will have to uninstall your audio device, and uninstall SKYPE and re install the audio device and don't re install SKYPE, you can do this by going to add or remove programs, and remove SKYPE first and unplug u r headset and mic, and after removing skype you can reboot the computer, and sometimes the conflict is resolved, otherwise then go into your device manager in system manager and find audio devices, unistall the driver or Update the driver, and reinstall it and the reboot, that should take care of the problem.
in device manager
if you see the driver click to update or install
if you can't see it then in add hardware
click audio or sound
follow instructions a box may appear showing the device if so hight light and next if not then
choose option yes to automaticcally install
also you could shut down and remove audio card restart shutdown again reinstall card the startup again the add hardware should automatically install
but i would do this unless it was absolutely neccesary
You should try resetting the BIOS back to default - if I remember correctly, the Dells of that time had that option in the BIOS. If you still have issues, it may be a coincidence that the drive encountered problems at the same time as when you changed that setting. The software settings you picked in Windows shouldn't affect the drive being seen in the BIOS.