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Computer will not work online

Can not run windows update, when I am connected to the net it takes forever to download other pages, the computer has been totally formatted and reloaded. the computer runs great until I try to access the net.

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  • cj1341 Feb 24, 2009

    I connect with cable the guy at the shop said it will not run windows uupdate also.

  • Edgar Roman May 11, 2010

    What operating system are you using? How much memory do you have and what processor do you have?

  • RescueTechLA
    RescueTechLA May 11, 2010

    Are you sure the computer is the problem?

    How are you connecting to the internet? (modem, wireless, dsl, etc.)?

  • Billyjoe Gentry
    Billyjoe Gentry May 11, 2010

    Are you on dial-up or Cable? makes a big difference. I had dial up and yes took for what seems hours. No I have cable running 200MBps. Have you checked for virus or Trojans? Mal-ware or spy-ware? try defragmenting also. could bea fire wall problem. or an Anti-Virus set to high? number of reason.

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YOu mean to say u want to automatic updates off becaz it download it slef many files if u will trun off your computer updates that located in computer properties off them and also all notification , and after the using internet u should use one any cleaner software that will clean your all temporary data that comes with internet ok have nice tip bye.

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My computer refreshes by itself


Unless, you have Gdata, Bitdefender, Avira, Fsecure, Kaspersky, Norton, it's not good enough.

Try running windows update, to see if there are IE updates.

Go to Bitdefender, they have a free online scanner.

http://www.bitdefender.com/scanner/online/free.html

Get Firefox, Firefox is a safer faster browser then IE.

You can use add-ons on firefox that will block add's, stop pop ups, better then IE.

If you get Firefox, go to youtube, if you can't watch a video, you will see the download Adobe flash player in the video window.

Apr 01, 2013 | PC Desktops

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Virus computer g spot has in my computer. i"ve to kill that virus with loka anti virus but i cann't. what i have to do ?


iwan_setiawa,

Your computer has a small piece of software that someone else has remotely installed, most likely the software installed itself. It's call a virus, malware, etc. To use a computer online surfing the internet or checking email this day and age, you must pay for and keep paying for a good quality security program or your computer will always have issues like this or similar. Follow the steps below. If these steps do not work and if you needed to ask this question to begin with, will need to take your computer to a computer technician for repair.

1) Backup all of your personal files and only your personal files. Do not backup anything else. You are trying to save your personal items from loss and hopefully whatever is on your computer does not reside within your personal items. If you do not have a external hard drive or flash drive, its time to get one. They are sold everywhere.

2) Go to the following link and install the ccleaner software:
http://www.piriform.com/
It works great and its free!

3) Go to the following link and install Malwarebytes software:
http://www.malwarebytes.org/
Also great and free!

4) Go to the following link and install Auslogics software:
http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/
Again great and free!

5) Go to the following link and download but do not install Comodo Internet Security:
http://www.comodo.com/home/download/download.php?prod=cis
Free and include the anti-virus and firewall in one-

6) Search online and find out how to start your operating system in its non-networking safe mode.
http://www.wikihow.com/Start-Windows-in-Safe-Mode
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/force-windows-to-boot-into-safe-mode-without-using-the-f8-key/
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316434

7) Disconnect your connection to the internet; unplug the wire, turn off the wireless card, etc.

8) Restart your computer in safe mode.

9) Once in safe mode, do not start any programs and do not look around, do the following:

A-Run ccleaner. It has a computer cleaner and a registry cleaner. Run both cleaners repetitively until they stop finding anything to clean.

B-Run Malwarebytes. Do a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-Run Auslogics. Select all of your drive and click defrag. Keep running the defrag repetitively on all of the drives until it defrag's each drive in less than a few minutes; if after 5 or 6 time it still takes forever, your drives are just messed up; just continue. This also could take a while.

10) Restart you computer in regular mode. Do not start any programs or look around , do the following:

A-Install Comodo Internet Security. During the install process, restart the computer as need by Comodo.

B-Run a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-After the last scan, restart the computer.

11) Once in back in regular mode again, run each of the four programs you have just installed and run their update feature. Follow what it says to do except for running any scans.

12) Update your operating system. Search online if you do not know how. This is one of the most important steps of this process. Run the update repetitively until it stops finding anything to update; only update what needs to be updated. If you are not Chinese you do not need to update the Chinese language! Restart your system as the update ask as this is important to do so. After the last update cannot find anything to update, restart your computer.

13) Once in back in regular mode again, do not start any programs and do not look around, do the following (Yes, just do it all again. It will take less time this time around):

A-Run ccleaner. It has a computer cleaner and a registry cleaner. Run both cleaners repetitively until they stop finding anything to clean.

B-Run Malwarebytes. Do a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-Run Auslogics. Select all of your drive and click defrag. Keep running the defrag repetitively on all of the drives until it defrag's each drive in less than a few minutes; if after 5 or 6 time it still takes forever, your drives are just messed up; just continue. This also could take a while.

14) Restart the computer ahhhhhgain.

15) By know you should notice a difference.

Please rate this answer if it helps!

Thanks,
-Chris

Feb 05, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Everytime I go to internet explorer a message pops up telling me to come to this web site. an after a while the computer just shuts down


pammie819,

Your computer has a small piece of software that someone else has remotely installed, most likely the software installed itself. It's call a virus, malware, etc. To use a computer online surfing the internet or checking email this day and age, you must pay for and keep paying for a good quality security program or your computer will always have issues like this or similar. Follow the steps below. If these steps do not work and if you needed to ask this question to begin with, will need to take your computer to a computer technician for repair.

1) Backup all of your personal files and only your personal files. Do not backup anything else. You are trying to save your personal items from loss and hopefully whatever is on your computer does not reside within your personal items. If you do not have a external hard drive or flash drive, its time to get one. They are sold everywhere.

2) Go to the following link and install the ccleaner software:
http://www.piriform.com/
It works great and its free!

3) Go to the following link and install Malwarebytes software:
http://www.malwarebytes.org/
Also great and free!

4) Go to the following link and install Auslogics software:
http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/
Again great and free!

5) Go to the following link and download but do not install Comodo Internet Security:
http://www.comodo.com/home/download/download.php?prod=cis
Free and include the anti-virus and firewall in one-

6) Search online and find out how to start your operating system in its non-networking safe mode.
http://www.wikihow.com/Start-Windows-in-Safe-Mode
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/force-windows-to-boot-into-safe-mode-without-using-the-f8-key/
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316434

7) Disconnect your connection to the internet; unplug the wire, turn off the wireless card, etc.

8) Restart your computer in safe mode.

9) Once in safe mode, do not start any programs and do not look around, do the following:

A-Run ccleaner. It has a computer cleaner and a registry cleaner. Run both cleaners repetitively until they stop finding anything to clean.

B-Run Malwarebytes. Do a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-Run Auslogics. Select all of your drive and click defrag. Keep running the defrag repetitively on all of the drives until it defrag's each drive in less than a few minutes; if after 5 or 6 time it still takes forever, your drives are just messed up; just continue. This also could take a while.

10) Restart you computer in regular mode. Do not start any programs or look around , do the following:

A-Install Comodo Internet Security. During the install process, restart the computer as need by Comodo.

B-Run a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-After the last scan, restart the computer.

11) Once in back in regular mode again, run each of the four programs you have just installed and run their update feature. Follow what it says to do except for running any scans.

12) Update your operating system. Search online if you do not know how. This is one of the most important steps of this process. Run the update repetitively until it stops finding anything to update; only update what needs to be updated. If you are not Chinese you do not need to update the Chinese language! Restart your system as the update ask as this is important to do so. After the last update cannot find anything to update, restart your computer.

13) Once in back in regular mode again, do not start any programs and do not look around, do the following (Yes, just do it all again. It will take less time this time around):

A-Run ccleaner. It has a computer cleaner and a registry cleaner. Run both cleaners repetitively until they stop finding anything to clean.

B-Run Malwarebytes. Do a full system scan. Delete and/or Quarantine anything it finds. Keep running the full system scans repetitively until it no longer finds anything. This could take a while.

C-Run Auslogics. Select all of your drive and click defrag. Keep running the defrag repetitively on all of the drives until it defrag's each drive in less than a few minutes; if after 5 or 6 time it still takes forever, your drives are just messed up; just continue. This also could take a while.

14) Restart the computer ahhhhhgain.

15) By know you should notice a difference.

Please rate this answer if it helps!

Thanks,
-Chris

Feb 05, 2011 | PC Desktops

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When i try to look for windows updates. It scans, then leaves an error 800700C1. can u tell me how to fix it?


Try the following in order:

Procedure 1:

- First, you will need to install or re-install the updated KB927891. See
here:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sec...ry/927891.mspx and here
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=927891 for a complete fix.

- Then install the newly released 'standalone' version of Windows Update
Agent 3.0, v. 7.0.6000.374, for 32 bit machines which is available here:
http://download.windowsupdate.com/v7...gent30-x86.exe

It may say "Install is not needed since Windows Update Agent is
already installed." If so, then run the exe with the command line switch
/wuforce , like this:

WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce

to force the install.

Now reboot. Now reboot again. (Yes, twice.)

Now go back to Windows Update - what you just did should force a
re-installation of the lastest update to the Windows Update software. Allow
this and then try your updates again.


If that doesn't fix the problem, then try

Procedure 2:


1. Go to http://wiki.djlizard.net/Dial-a-fix and download Dial-a-fix
v0.60.0.24 (2006-10-27) Here's a direct download link:
http://djlizard.net.nyud.net:8080/so...v0.60.0.24.zip and a
secondary: http://djlizard.net/software/Dial-a-fix-v0.60.0.24.zip from
that page's download section, here:
http://wiki.djlizard.net/Dial-a-fix#...C_and_articles .

2. Unzip it to a new folder at root with any name, e.g.
c:\Dial-a-fix-v0.60.0.24

3. Now double click on Dial-a-fix.exe in that folder.

4. Click on the following:
- Options/tooltips (just to get an idea of what it does in each
section.
:) )
- Both boxes under Prep
- The 'all' (top) box for Sections 2, 3 and 4 (which will automatically
be set when you check 3)
- In Section 3 click on 'Flush Software Distribution' and choose 'Yes'
to force the deletion of the folder.
- In Section 5, 'ActiveX controls/codecs', 'Programming
cores/runtimes', 'Explorer/IE/OE/shell/WMP', and 'Object linking libraries
(OLE)' only.
- Click 'Go' . (Some of the re-registrations may take what seems like
a
long time for some .dll's - Don't be impatient.)

5. Reboot. Now Reboot Again. (Yes, twice.)


Now try Windows Update again. If it still doesn't work, then re-do
Procedure 2 in Safe mode (Section 2 will be greyed out.) and then try
Windows Update again.

Nov 20, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I have all these error messages alot of this ox8007005 and acess denied,i CANNOT DOWNLOAD nothing even in safe mode ,suggestion?


1. Click Start, Run, and input the following commands in the Run textbox: (you can make this simpler by copy/pasting one line at a time, then click OK after each one, then click Start, Run again and repeat with the next command)

regsvr32 wuapi.dll
regsvr32 wuaueng.dll
regsvr32 atl.dll
regsvr32 wucltui.dll
regsvr32 wups.dll
regsvr32 wuaueng1.dll
regsvr32 wucltui.dll
regsvr32 wups.dll
regsvr32 wuweb.dll
regsvr32 wups2.dll
regsvr32 msxml.dll
regsvr32 msxml3.dll
regsvr32 msxml2.dll
regsvr32 qmgr.dll
regsvr32 qmgrprxy.dll

You will receive a message stating the process succeeded after you input each command.

After that, visit the Windows Update site again. Is the issue resolved?

If the issue persists, the local Windows Update engine files may have been corrupted. I suggest you take the following steps to rename the corrupted files and see if that resolves the issue.

Step 2: Rename the temporary folders of Windows Update.
==================
This issue can occur if the temporary folders of Windows Update have been corrupted. You can refer to these steps to rename these folders. Be assured the folders will be created again when you visit the Windows Update site again.

1. Click Start, Run, type: cmd and press Enter. Run the following command in the opened window:

net stop wuauserv

2. Click Start, Run, type: %windir%\SoftwareDistribution
and press Enter to open the temporary folder of the Windows Update engine. Then, rename the following two subfolders:

DataStore
Download

For example, rename DataStore to DataStore-old, and Download to Download-old.

3. Click Start, Run, type: cmd and press Enter. Run the following command in the opened window:

net start wuauserv
Should say net service has started more help etc.
Click top right x and close the box.
After we rename the above folders, please restart the computer in normal mode and visit the Windows Update site again. Is the issue resolved?

Sep 13, 2010 | PC Desktops

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My new work computer connects to my wireless home network, but doesn't display web pages. My wireless manager shows a strong connection, but it takes forever to display yahoo, then gives an "can't display...


Can connect to local but not Internet?
This is most likely due to a driver issue other than a settings issue. First off, if you are running your computer in selective startup, change it back to normal startup and reboot. If this clears the problem then great, you can go back to selective startup but be careful as to what services you shut down.
The easiest way to check if this is a driver issue is to update the driver for the device. This can be done at the Device Manager found in the control panel, (In XP, the device manager is in the “system” icon and under the hardware tab). Scroll down to the network adapters and click on the + sign. Double click on the adapter and choose to update driver, let it search the internet (windows update) if it wants to, if it finds an updated driver, allow it to install. If it does not find an updated driver, then maybe the driver you have is a recent one but it may be corrupt. If that is the case, then it would be better to right click on the adapter and choose uninstall, this will force windows to reinstall the device the next time it reboots, and again it will ask to search online for a fresh driver, choose yes and let it run. Once the device installs, try to connect to the internet.

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Reformat


Borrow another pc to download the driver from HP and then copy it to a diskette, cd, pen drive...etc to transfer it to the other machine. On occasion, HP won't have the drivers available and you'll need to look on a drivers download site to find it.

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My Norton anti virus has stopped working and will not activate


Bro, my suggestion is, you uninstall you Norton Anti-virus including the Symantec folder installation then install one that is free but can still perform as good as Norton. I am not saying NOrton Anti-Virus is a bad program but, it is systemic and slows down your computer a bit. Norton is a great product everybody kows that !!!! What i can share with you is that, try downloading AVG free or AVAST home edition for which, if you are connected to your net, they regularly send updates to your computer as long as you are registered and your key is up to date. If your Norton Anti-virus is notactivating, it only means one thing, it's not updated.


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Goes offline for no reason


Assuming you have the latest updated spyware removal programmes and anti virus programmes and run a recent scan. It may be that you have some corrupt cookies etc. The first thing to do is clear temp files etc, the best programme for this is a free and spyware free programme called CCleaner which you can download from here and give it a software check and obsolete file cleanup. http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/

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