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Defragment and restore point

I am having a problem starting up defragment and will not let me do a restore point help

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Are you getting any error messeages about not being able to restore your system or defrag a drive? Most times when I encounter these symptoms, the unit has a virus and the os need to be restored.

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Start off by running Checkdisk to make sure the Hard Drive is okay.

Get a good Antivirus and run it [ AVG free is okay ]. [obviously you must have a good AV installed!]
Download and install Spybot S&D v1.6, and run it
Also find Malwarebytes AntiMalware ... install and run that.
You could also try CCleaner.
And finally get a good Registry cleaner - and run that.[ there are a few good Free ones you may find on CNET, or one of the other Reputable download sites ]

After you have run all of the above you WILL have a much happier computer, and should not have need to load a restore ...
BUT you Will NEED to create a New Restore Point before you start the clean up, AND once the computer has been cleaned up - also create a New Restore Point.
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Incase you need to get into the Windows boot options, holding the " o " key not the "0" zero, may get you in. Other wise the [F8] key must be pressed at startup - this will bring up the options menu also.
If you Requre to Boot from the CDRom at startup - as the Computer is first powered on start presssing the Right Arrow key until you see the Hilite move across the Icons - here you can select HDD , CDRom, Floppy and even WindowsBoot Menu.
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This will aid in figuring out what hardware is involved.

After POST your system starts operating system input.

If you get to the point that it starts to load your OS then if you get a succesful load I would go back and figure out when did the problem start, (Have you loaded new software) if so you might have a restore point you can go back to.

( To access the System Retsore Wizard, click Start, and then click Help and Support. Click Performance and Maintenance, click Using System Restore to undo changes, and then click Run the System Restore Wizard.)

If you fail before the operating system loading screen then consider you might have loose memory chips (you did say it was a laptop and could have be jostled) Loose memory might affect the first 64 MB of Ram used for the load instructions.

If you get the blue screen after you OS loads you might want to reload your OS, but I would do Scan disk / Defrag First in that order. Scan disk will identify bad hard drive sectors and attempt repair. Defrag will consolidate your software. These two should be run monthly especially if you delete any files regularly. (email, web sites)



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