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your comp is infected for sure.i`ve seen many cases where my customer`s comp is infected and they face the same problem.
Simply turn on your computer. Wait for that rebooting message to appear. and go to:
Start --> Run
If you can't find it quick enough.
Pressing the "Windows button" + R simultainusly will do the trick.
a little window will pop. type in
without the quotes. and press Enter or click ok.
download,install and run this software.after running the scan clean all the infections and restart your comp.
There are some solutions for your problem, everything has positive and negative side. (Pro and contra)
1. Startup folder Put your exe or bat file to the startup folder. The Windows will start automatically when the Windows is starting. You put the exe to the desktop, then copy to Start/Program/Startup folder.
Positive: Quickest setup Negative: To stop your program, you have to start the taskmanager. (taskmgr) You have to start taskmanager if you want to check the status of your exe.
2. Make a Windows service Serveral ways can do it. The Windows resource kit contains two utilities with this programs you can do it. (instrsrv, srvany) Here is the appropriate link: http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=197
You can do it with registry modifications. Here is the instructons: http://www.overclock.net/faqs/119474-how-run-program-service.html
Positive: You can control your program from mmc Negative: A bit complicated
I suggest to use service methotd instrsrv program. I hope this helps, and you like it. :)
Hi, from the Desktop, (right, click) on the Taskbar, or press (CTRL+ALT+DEL) to open the Task Manager. Next in the (Tasks Man...) window, press the Services(tab), at the bottom of the window, click on the (Services...) button, the services open. Next scroll to find: SQL Server... and the InstallDriver Table...these will be services of interest to "Enable, and or "Start," also check the "Dependencies" of the services. Select "Apply and OK" once started. The next area you may want to check is the Computer Management, Type: (comp...) in the Start Search "window". Look in the Internet Info...Serv...(IIS)... "Providers category." "You may what to restart the computer, some services require ("rebooting") to "configurate" correctly." "If this helped, feedback is appreciated, thanks"
Try to restart the the Wireless Router if that doesn't work then go to: Start-> Run-> CMD [Enter] type in: netsh winsock reset [reset] restart the pc... when it boots back up go back to CMD prompt and type in: net start [enter] this will start the net services you may need to go type in Services.msc in cmd prompt and go all the way to bottom and enable Wireless Zero Configuration... If that doesnt work you may need to reinstall Drivers on room mates PC.
yes it does but what exactly is this it's your comp that's not connecting to your wireless network..so here try these steps...
first click start>click in start search>in that box type in services>it gives you an option of services on the same start menu at the top click on that...
it will take you to a new screen that says services at the top on that screen you need to scroll down at the bottom and look for wlan auto configuration rt click on it and click start if start is greyed out press restart....
close services down..
click start>click connect to form the start menu> and check it gives your network name in there .if it says anything like no network found in range. pls make sure that wireless switch on your laptop is turned on...
if still you're not able to connectr it's a concern with the drivers of wireless adapter on your comp genrally on new comps its quite common get the drivers reinstalled....