Trying to get back what I've accidently wipped out of my aim mail
I"ve been trying to find out how I can bring everything back on my AIM mail and my AIm profile such as my texting and backround colors, my checkboxes that you check to delete your mail is missing, my pictures that represent whatevers next to Trash, spam, Inbox, send are all missing and my backround AIM AOL mail pictures for my mail are also missing plus my profile pictures on my AIM are all blank so I've like tried everything in terms of restoring my PC, redownloading and installing my AIM and nothing has still come back yet, and I know befor e all this happened, I accidently had right clicked on where it says select all and next thing you know it I had lost some of those features so, whatelse what you guys reccomend that I do in order to bring it all back to how originally would be?
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It's not really cost effective to repair power supplies such as the one that you have. You can get a new high-quality power supply at very good prices these days (which will be cheaper and more reliable than trying to bring your old one back to life)
One of the reasons that this could be is that the power supply doesn't have enough power to power everything. Trying exchanging it for another one that has more watts. If this is an exact replacement as far as the wattage goes, then your problem may lie else where, and you may want to take it to a reputable local computer repair shop for further inspection.
Sounds like a relay is out. These are devices that switch on high amperage accessories that a normal toggle switch would burn out trying to start due to the powerful amp draw. They are shaped like ice cubes in the fuse panel and pull out just like a plug. They should be labeled in the fuse box cover. Generic item that can be bought at the local parts store usually.
Based on your post/description, you may want to try: 1.Restore to last good settings.This is done by pressing F8 before Windows Starts. You will be presented with a menu of several option. Press arrow down till you highlight Last Known Good Configuration that worked, select that and Enter. Hopefully, your desktop PC will revert to the settings that worked prior to when your problem started; 2. Should # 1 don't work out and you would really want to "...wipe everything out...:, pls back up all your important files. likewise, you need to log down all your devices from your Device Manager or save/copy/back-up your installer/driver files. Thereafter, you need to borrow an installer CD of your Operating System. Pop the Cd installer and boot from the CD drive. When the installer asks you, delete the partition and allow it to format to your NTFS, reinstall and follow on screen instructions.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.