Question about Intel Compaq EVO D500 (RBMDTCPQP42400) PC Desktop
When I start the computer, the process run up to the stage of displaying the words XP WINDOWS. And then the computer stags and the process stops.But the cursor or pointer appear on the screen,and able to move when the mouse is moved.
Find the recover cd that came with your computer and when asked to reinstall or repair choose repair. Larry
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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The Windows Genuine Advantage process (Wgatray.exe) is a Windows XP application that checks the validity of your copy of Windows. You will notice a recurring message that reads, "This copy of Windows is not genuine" if the Wgatray.exe finds your system to be inauthentic. After a while, these messages become a nuisance. You can easily block the process and return to your normal computer activity.
Difficulty: Easy Instructions
Click the Windows logo in the bottom left corner of the screen. Click "Run" and type "taskmgr" in the dialog box. Click "OK."
Open the "Processes" tab and highlight "wgatray.exe."
Click "End Process." Exit the Task Manager.
Open the "My Computer" icon on your desktop. Navigate the following folder paths:
C > Windows > System 32
C > Windows > System > dllcache
Right-click and delete the "wgatray.exe" file.
Open the Recycle Bin and click "Empty the Recycle Bin."
Click "Start" and open "Run."
Type "regedit" in the dialog box and click "OK."
Navigate the follow registry path on the left panel of the window:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft >
Windows NT > CurrentVersion > Winlogon > Notify
Delete the folder "Winlogon." Exit the Registry Editor.
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