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One day its working fine the next day its gone into safemode plus my mini notebook does not have the F buttons on it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did your system come with any software? I know when I bought my aspireone it did not. However, You can purchase a thumbdrive with at least 4 gb of space and if you have a copy of windows xp of the same version as that which is loaded on your aspireone (should be windows xp home edition) and you can use a program like magicISO to create a copy of the windows xp cd onto the thumbdrive.
Hope this helps, and I would be more than happy to give you more specific support as needed.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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Your system is infected by Boot sector Virus or trojans or Malware or Rootkit trojans. You need to scan it.But as you can't boot your system,you won't be able to perform a normal scan.
Download "Hiren's Boot CD" below is the link
Download the file and extract it with winzip or Winrar.
Burn the ISO image and boot the system using "Hiren's Boot CD" (Set the BIOS to Boot from CD-ROM).
This CD has preinstalled Anti-virus,try to scan the system and rootkit revealer to remove Rootkit trojans.
if the problem still persists, you can used this CD and backup all your important data by selecting "Start Mini Windows XP"
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Now I don’t know how unplugging it or moving it would cause that problem but it does sound like you might have an issue with the refresh rate and or screen resolution at a setting that is to high for the screen to display (safe mode only loads windows core components and minimal set of drivers like basic vga driver for display which is why it probably works in safe mode)
If you are running windows XP then try the following:
Ok try hitting F8 key before XP logo appears for boot menu then select "enable vga mode" then after you get to a desktop go to display settings and lower the screen resolution and refresh rate setting
(refresh rate should be at 60hz) resolution could be different depending on which screen you have there... but try 1024x768 just to be safe then reboot into normal mode and see if it works and if it does then you can adjust the resolution to what it was before problem occurred
If you are running Windows Vista then boot from the Vista CD and select “repair my computer” and then “fix startup problems” and it should do it for you
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
There are many reason for a system goes to safe mode directly.here is the solution to solve the issue
Follow the steps:
Immediately begin tapping the "F8" key when the reboot sequence begins (make sure your "F Lock" key is activated.) Once the black "safe mode" screen appears, then first try selecting the option "Start Windows Normally" using your mouse or keyboard up and down keys. Allow Windows to boot, log into your profile and wait for the program to fully configure. Once that is completed, go to the "Start" button and select "reboot." If all is well, the "safe mode" will not reappear.
If that fails, then repeat the reboot sequence -- tapping the "F8" key repeatedly -- and when "safe mode" reappears, choose the "Last Known Good Configuration" selection and allow it to go through the same sequence as in the above paragraph.
If the above does not work and your system continues to first boot into "safe mode" it is possible that a setting in the boot configuration file is checked.
For that go to start -> RUN and Type in "msconfig" in the provided box and hit "enter." The "System Configuration Utility" will appear. Using your mouse or right arrow key, select the "BOOT.INI" tab. Look for the "boot options" section and the "SAFEBOOT" selection box. If it is checked, uncheck it, select the "Apply" button and then "OK."
Go to the "Start" button and select "reboot" and your machine should now boot directly into Windows.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
well i think you should download latest cam driver it will solve your problem.it happens because your cam driver does not working properly with your system
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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