I use a HP Pavillion 1200e computer. When I am on some websites a message pops up in the middle of my screen. It reads ''A runtime error has ocurred. Do you want to debug?'' If I hit YES nothing happens. If I hit NO the message disappears but reappears within a few seconds. If I hit NO repeatedly the message might disappear for as long as a minute.
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Re: An odd message on my computer
This sounds accurate, you probably do need an update, you don't need a membership, however microsoft uses something called "Genuine Windows Advantage". That checks to see if your copy of windows is valid before it will allow you to do some of the upgrades. Once you have a valid copy you shouldn't have a problem.
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Re: An odd message on my computer
go to start>>program>> windows update.
it will take you to the Microsoft update web site.
the program will autmatically check for updates. once it is doen, it will ask to download and install the updates. click OK or Continue. restart teh PC after the donwload and installation is completed.
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goto your computer company's website for e.g. if you have a hp pavillion goto hp.com downloads and support and look for recovery discs. youll have two options you can either download it from the website and make a copy or you can have one delivered. once you have the disc iinsert and restart. youll see a black screen reading press any key to boot from cd. press a key and follow the steps.
Hi there from reading your whats you wrote this tell's me that your computer screen has gone bad. Because you are using a laptop you cannot change the graphic card,for you to solve this problem you need to change the screen.
does the messages affect the operation of the computer? is there internet hooked up to that computer? if so have you been doing all the updates that are available for the computer this includes the optional updates? the other thing you can try is contact windows tech support and they can help you out also. i found a solution for windows host process you can go to this web site:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953916/en-us?sd=gn
copy and paste it at the top of your screen. and so far there is on cure for the hp advisor not working. i checked all over the windows website and they have got a cure yet. hope this helps you, let me know.
no idea at all what 9.1 means or is. IE9 PR1 do not run IE9 ever, run IE11, only. or bad happens. AOL 9.1? did you ask them first if it runs on XP or VISTA. or on IE 5,6,7? it dont. as them not use, we are not AOL, at all.
NO PC stated (HP Sumpthins.) no OS stated (vast) no telling what 9.1 means. downloading what from where using what browser?. my wild guess is you cant GET XP to work that it. as do all XP owners now that its DEAD. and Vista too.
btw IE9 does NOT RUN or install on any XP box , period.
IE9 will run on Vista with SP2 loaded. ONLY Vista too like XP can not run IE11, IE11 is the last IE from MS , and is supported even under W10 W7/8/9 IE11 is MANDATORY !@@!