Lap top dell inspiron 6400, cant get into windows,
I was cleaning up my lap top..deleting stuff....i think i deleted a files it shouldnt be deleted. then the screen just turned blue with dell logo in it. I tried F8 F12...nothing is working at all..i tried lots of suggestions...nothing works at all. I dont know what to do anymore!
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Re: lap top dell inspiron 6400, cant get into windows,
Have you tried doing a winXP repair:
XP repair When you boot with the Dell Win XP install CD-ROM, it loads a minimal operating system, similar to DOS, but compatible with Win XP. At the first screen you select install Win XP (not Recovery Console) and at the next screen it will find that you already have Win XP and offer to attempt a repair. This repair should not touch your Applications or data; it just reinstalls the Windows files. This is great because when it works you don't need to reinstall all your software.
If the repair does not fix it :
If you have documents you need,you would have to set the hard drive in an enclosure and copy the files over. Then you can run the Dell recovery disk . This will set it up as when it came from Dell.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
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not a real description of the problem
right click on the icon and in the drop down box--- delete ---
the program will still be on the computer
if however you wish to remove the problem entirely--go control panel-- go programs -highlight yunyun line-- click uninstall and then when finished go to the icon on the desk top and follow the first instruction
Power the unit off (holding power buttom) and selecting Power off, then simultaneously hold the "back" button and on button for about 8 seconds. When the android icon appears, press back buttom, in the menu select wipe data/factory reset pressing the home buttom and then press the back buttom, in the next screen select "yes delete all user data" pressing back buttom, and in the next screen select "reboot system now" with the back buttom and wait.
I had a similar problem and I had to "Delete Volume" when in DIsk Management. I then had a choice to "Create Simple Volume" which I did, and then a wizard created the correct partitions and assigned a drive letter to my external drive. Everything was them OK.
For the most part you need 3rd party software, or a USB drive with security built in. Just remember you are at the mercy of those companies if you lose the password. Plus some software will only works locally. For instance if someone removes the drive and connects it to another computer the files are wide open. Win 7 Ult and Ent (high end editions have Bitlocker built in. A simple way is to create a folder within his login account docs and choose hidden as the properties. The only way to see it would be to change folder properties and make hidden files visible. This is just cloaking, because anybody with admin rights can see them.
Is the daily bible guide installed in your phone and what type of phone do you use? If it is an android device, go to "Task manager" and select "uninstall" or else you tell me the kind of device you are using. I hope this helps;-) Cheers
Unfortunately, the only way I've found to be completely rid a machine of this is to wipe the hard drive and reload the operating system. This is an advertisement virus and this particular bug leaves several sleepers that lie inactive making it near impossible for any antivirus to find them. Once you get rid of the active virus, one or two, but not all of the sleepers will activate leaving several more hidden and inactive, and what makes it even harder to "get rid of" is that it hides the sleepers in file that your antivirus normally doesn't check on a regular basis, ie... picture files, music, screen savers, etc.. It will also hide them in registry files, so doing a system repair won't work either.