Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT Operating System Software OEM DVD
Issue usually occours when RAM is faulty. enter windows in safe mode and try to uninstall/roll back any video drivers you have installed. if rolling back recent installs didn't work , it's mostly because a faulty CPU/RAM
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
brontek virus exist in your computer ...
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Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: vista problem:can anyone help me
look for Win vista CD and boot your computer with it, then restore your computer back to a date that it worked perfectly, you won't loose any of your saved document or if you don't have a bootable CD, then at startup press F8 then select SAFE MODE and then at window, click on START-PROGRAM-ACESSORIES-SYSTEM TOOLS-SYSTEM RESTORE. Good luck
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
SOURCE: Problem signature: Problem Event
Answer "Yes" when prompted to delete the driver.
4.You will then see a dialog indicating that driver package information has been collected. Click on the "Delete" button.
5. Back in the printer list, delete the offending printer by clicking on it and pressing the Delete key on your keyboard.
For really stubborn printers that refuse to delete, note the files the printer driver uses and delete them while in safe mode. To do so, on the "Drivers" tab (see above), click the printer and click properties. Sort the "File" column alphabetically by clicking on the heading. Write down the files involved and also write down the "driver path" above the "File" column. Delete these files in safe mode, then repeat the removal procedure above.
OR if problem is due to a corrupted spool queue
Open up c:\windows\system32\spool\PRINTERS
Delete the contents of the directory (not the directory itself).
Retart the print spool service
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
I suggest to run your computer on safe mode by restarting your computer and press F8 when booting to load the fixed some error and driver conflict. Then windows setting will load and restart again. See if this solve your problem.
Good Luck. I hope it helps you.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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