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Online computer TV boots my system

The online computer TV was working until I downloaded windows updates and rebooted the system back up. I brought media center TV up, clicked and poof! fade to black..."system recovering from error." I tried it again and same thing (5x)...advise please...

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Try a Windows system restore. Go to the start menu then to the help and support center, from there click on "restore my pc to an earlier date" windows update automatically creates backups before it installs so there shouldbe one just before your last update.

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Turn off your computer. Than go ahead and turn it back on while hitting the key "F8". Continue to do so until you see a screen appear with options like "Safe Mode". Use the arrow keys and press down until you have highlighted "Safe Mode with networking". Press enter and let the computer do its thing. Once down, login to the computer. If you are able to see the desktop again, go ahead and open your browser and download the following:
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After both scans, your computer should be clean and you will be able to boot into your computer normally
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I have a virus that has control of my laptop and cannot access the internet without numerous Windows Essentials Security taking control Sorry, I meant Windows Security Center


I suggest you boot your computer into 'Safe Mode with Networking". This can be done by:
-rebooting computer or turning it on if it is currently off
-when you see the bios screen begin tapping 'F8'
-this should eventually bring up a black screen with white text
-choose Safe Mode with Networking

While in safe mode you should now download the free version of MalwareBytes. Install and allow it to update. Now run a full scan and have it fix any problems that it finds. Reboot your computer and hopefully everything is back to normal.

If this doesn't work you may have to back up all your personal files to another drive and restore/reinstall the operating system.

Hope this is helpful. Let me know if you have any questions or need any further help

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I lost the setup of my system due to power failure,as I had warrenty HP custmers care gave me a set of 5 recovery C.Ds which do not work.Mysystem had windows7 Home Premium(64bts) which I could not...


Your OEM windows license is keyed to the mother board and the version.
To get legit: 1) First make SURE you have the driver for your network card(s) on a flash drive or disk 2) Google "windows 7 universal installer DVD x64". 3) Download and Burn DVD 4) Boot from DVD and install using the "key" from the sticker on the side of your computer. Entering the key during install is optional but will insure that the correct version gets installed. 5) Install/update drivers as needed. 6) Go to windows update and install all 7) reboot and go to #6 (4 to 10 times till no more updates show). 8) Install, flash, java, shockwave, reader, etc. 9) Activate windows. The OEM key will not "activate" with the online system. You will have to use the telephone method which is a PITA but it only takes 10 minutes.
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You will need your Windows CD to do the following:
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  2. When the Windows XP Professional/Home Setup screen appears, press R to enter Recovery Console
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Now make sure your system is free from viruses/malware by doing the following:
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You probably have some virus and/or malware infections. Clean up your system:
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  2. Run an online virus scan here
  3. Download, install & update Malwarebytes
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  5. Clean up your system by installing and running Ccleaner
If you still have problems after cleaning up your system post back which programs you are having trouble accessing.

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The ACER Aspire 5610Z is stuck, upon rebooting, on the large ACER Intel window. I push the start button for a length of time, and it won't restart. What else can I do? The problem arose upon a reboot after...


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These desktops came woefully short on ram,so i would upgrade if i where you.
You seem to know what you are doing,so I'll just agree with you, and say Re-install fresh.
But remember not to have the internet cat5 cable hooked up until you have some kind of anti virus installed,,i personally use AVIR.
So download and copy to a CDRW so you can install before connecting to the internet.
P.S. i also use Zonealarm firewall software (in my opinion it is the best) Set your pc to boot from CD just hit F8 or F10 as it is booting up to get the boot order screen.
Then have the WinXp cd installed in the drive as its booting.
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Windows updates


What you should do, is simply reset the auto update program. Basically, turn all automatic updating off and then reboot the computer. After that, reactivate the updater and see if it works correctly. If it still will not work correctly; I'd go about updating with the online updater.

http://update.microsoft.com/

Using that url, you should be able to access the online update system. It all depends on what version of windows you're using.

Now, if you're running windows Vista; there have been a LOT of updates recently. Such as daily windows defender updates, security patches, and yes, quite a bit of performance patches. It could be that you're just seeing the same names on some updates.

Also, if you switch it to notify you but don't download you can manually download and install each update at a time. This could help you find a possible fix if microsoft has already fixed that problem.

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