Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Firstly visit the website of the MANUFACTURER i.e. LENOVO and download all the drivers and any firmware available for your system and save it on your system and do keep in mind that u choose the correct version of WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM which is installed on the system.
Uninstall all the drivers and then clean temp and prefetch files....
Turn off your computer and then disconnect all the cables from the back of the computer.
Press and hold the computer's power button for 30 Seconds then release it.
Wait 2 minutes.
Hook up monitor, mouse, keyboard, internet connection and power cable and then restart your computer.
Install the drivers and firmwares which u have downloaded earlier. Restart your system again.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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