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Your operating system is in need of repair. Use your recovery disk(s) to perform a repair operation. If that is not available and you cannot get on desktop to perform a system restore, you may just have to reload the drive from scratch.
Correction The Identity Safe is still there, the data contained in it is gone.
This is a problem that has many possible causes. It can not be sorted out in one step.
1) Run a Full Virus Scan
2) Run Scan Disk
3) Run Disk Defrag
4) Run Memcheck from the dos prompt
If all results are ok run System Restore or Restore from a System Backup.
If the Virus Scan shows a Problem than follow the onscreen instructions to clear the problem.
If the Disk Scan shows a problem than you can ether follow the onscreen instruction to clear the problem if it is a software problem (usually requires format of the hard drive, so backup your data) or if it is a hardware problem you may need to buy a new Hard Drive.
If Disk Defrag shows a problem you need to replace the Hard Drive.
If Memcheck shows a problem you need to replace your RAM, however this is unlikely unless you are getting BSOD's on a regular basis.
In safe mode 1.Scan with superantispyware free http://www.superantispyware.com/ 2. Scan with antivirus Avast- your virus protection may be corrupt http://www.avast.com/index 3. defragment and disk clean up along with disk check 4. reset or restore internet explorer or browser if things go well you need to scan your computer regularly and update virus data bank if things are not working, chances are your windows is corrupt and you can either install a fresh copy of windows or restore your computer using your recovery disk 4. Lastly do a diagnostic scan making sure your hard drive doesn't require replacement good luck!
Hello, There are things that you can do to make it run faster. 1. Do a disc clean up. Click on the Windows Pear or Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Clean Up Delete all unnecessary and temp files. Restart your computer. 2. Run an anti-virus scan. 3. Defrag your computer. You can find defrag in the same place where you find Disk Clean Up. 4. Update Drivers - you can use RadarSync to automate it to save your time and headaches. LAST SOLUTION: Do a complete Operating System Reinstallation.
Let me know if you have any questions or if you need more help.
Hi, Did you update the software? Do not have 2 anti-virus programs running because they can have conflictions with each other. There for 1 or both will stop running. The same with firewalls. Good luck.
You can replace the disc drive and then do it within the computer itself.
The other option is to system restore to it's manufactured date, with probably 90% of the time is impossible due to memory limitations of system restore. The next option would be to uninstall all programs and services, and running a few different brand virus scans, and spyware scans then uninstalling them as well. Defragment your hard drive afterwards, and clean disk, use Ccleaner to repair the registry (recommend keeping this jewel on all PCs). This is as close as you really want to get to a wiped clean pc without formatting and reinstalling; which we can't really do without a disc drive.
You could try burning your CD to a flash drive, and messing with the bios to let the PC boot from the flash drive and formatting / repairing and reinstalling from there, but that would involve using a pc with a disc drive.