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Re: my operating software get corrupted everytime
Try a system restore back to a time when you know it was working
Right click my computer properties restore should be at top click and restore
If this don't do the trick then we can try a different solution
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Try restoring or reinstalling your operating system and other files. You may require disk of the operating system(OS)/program to reinstall/restore your corrupt files. You may require the help of a service technician or a professional to install OS. If you are having a corrupt a correct OS, acquire help of a nearby service technician and if you are having any corrupt messages after your windows has been loaded, i can help you through remote connection with you PC.
This fault can be caused by so many different things: You should start by tracing back through the recent history of hardware, software, drivers or settings changes to the computer between now and the last time that the computer was working properly to eliminate as many items as possible from the long list of possibilities below so you can isolate the precise cause.
Virus or spyware or other malware infection;Overheating due to insufficient number of internal cooling fans;Dry or insufficient paste between the Central Processing Unit (CPU) and the heat sink/CPU cooling fan;Failed or disconnected CPU cooling fan;Dust blocking input or output of cooling air inside the computer case;Dust blocking the input of cooling air to the CPU heat sink by the CPU cooling fan;Device conflict;Device driver conflict;Corruption of Windows system files;Corrupted Windows Registry during registry editing;Multiple installed anti virus programs in conflict with one another;Multiple installed Firewall problems in conflict with one another;Multiple installed anti malware programs in conflict with one another;Incorrect Firewall settings;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows upgrade setup process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows repair installation keeping previous files and settingsCorrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows recovery operation;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Service Pack upgrade process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete System Restore operation;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Automatic Updates shutdown configuration process;Corrupted interrupted or incomplete Windows Automatic Updates restart configuration process;Corruption of essential Windows system files by enabling compression to increase HDD free space;Accidental deletion of essential system files;Underpowered Power Supply Unit (PSU);Incorrectly installed Random Access Memory (RAM);Incompatible RAM;Incorrectly installed graphics card;Incorrectly installed expansion card;Internal devices incorrectly connected to the motherboard;Incorrect motherboard jumper settings;Basic Input Output System (BIOS) corruption;Incorrect device IRQ (Interrupt Request) settings in BIOS;Bad hard disk drive (HDD) sectors;Physically damaged HDD;Motherboard solder points short circuiting on a loose screw or a misaligned motherboard mount.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you have a system registry corruption. If you can boot into safe mode, by presssing F8(though on some computers it is F10 or F12), then perform a system restore to the last known good configuration.
If that does not work, boot your laptop to your OS disk, choosing to repair the installation.
Finally if that does not work, you will have to format your hard drive and reinstall your OS.
if this is always the messages you recieve you have a corrupt windows either cause by a virus or a failing device such as you hdd, try re installing the software or operating system that you are using check on the bios setup if your comp still detects your hardrive if so you have to run your installation disc to resolve the problem
my MSI MOTHER BOARD model no. is K8MM-ILSR(601-6741-030) MY PROBLEMis that ......... VIA SATA RAID Driver is not working. Without this ican't install OS in my system. this driver in floppy thats why floppyis corrupt. on my floppy writen like that ......... G72-VASA040 VIASATA RAID Driver For VT6420/8237. I Want this software. my mail id firstname.lastname@example.org i have msi mother board,amd athlon 64 bit processor,sata hdd 120GB,