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Re: code ox800106ba at start up on laptop pc. I think
You need to format it
Formatting a drive means resetting it to manufacturer settings
And deleting everything in there, this solves most of hard
Disk problems, mp3s ipods ect..
if its powering on without being connected to anything do the following.
connect it via usb cable to your pc, or if it’s a hard drive its already connected. click on start, right click on my computer and go to manage in the table select, "storage" then "disk management" in that table find the drive that relates to your mp3 player if its not there "buy a new mp3 this is faulty" if its there then right click on it and select "new partition" you just next next everything and then format it and after a while it shows "healthy2 unplug it, plug it back on and that's it your drive is fully working now move what ever you want to it just like before.
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The 0x800106ba error may occur after Windows Defender is updated due to the computer's inability to update the Windows Defender firewall. It may not have applicable permissions needed for the update, or it may not have the files necessary for updating itself.
Set Windows Defender to Automatic - You can set the Windows Defender service to Automatic, Disabled or Manual. Setting it to automatic might solve the problem. Follow these steps:
Click Start > type services in the Search box > click Services in the Programs list.
If you are asked for a Password before you continue, then enter the password > click Continue.
Double-click Windows Defender, and click Automatic in the start-up box > click OK.
Uninstall and reinstall Windows Defender - If the first procedure did not help resolve the problem, try un-installing and then reinstalling Windows Defender. Due to the fact that Windows Defender is a Windows component, we will use AppWiz to un-install it from the computer. Follow these steps:
Press Windows Key + R > type appwiz.cpl > Press Enter
8 includes an automatically loaded updated version of Windows Defender
which is a full antivirus based on Microsoft Security Essentials.
for XP, Vista, and Windows 7 was only antispyware.)
So if you upgrade the protection
is automatic and is on by default at installation.
Althought this is not a solution to fox yor current probl it may give you some relief. After owning and tinkering with 150 computers I can honestly say that I have never had a virus, and I go to all kinds of web pages including known virus containing websites and still nothing.
Do as I do don't run or install antivirus or anti malware or even run the windows defender or the windows firewall it's just not worth the hassles and the bulls**t.
Click Control Panel
Click Classic View
Click Add/Remove Programs
Select Windows Defender
Click to "remove" it
Restart your computer
Download from http://www.microsoft.com/antispyware
and install the latest version, and let it update.
If it still happens, you may have a computer-virus that is "disabling" Windows Defender everytime you restart.
Then click on Options link under “Tools and Settings” section.
Scroll down the “Options” page, and uncheck the check boxes of the following two settings:
Use real-time protection (recommended) under “Real-time protection options” Use Windows Defender under “Administrator options”
Note that both options MUST be unchecked for the Windows Defender
service in Windows Vista to be completely stopped. Else, only real-time
protection is disabled.
Click on Save button.
A “Windows Defender is turned off” dialog message will appear,
confirming that Windows Defender no longer runs. Once the Windows
Defender is disabled, it’s sort of been uninstalled too, as any attempt
to run the program will bring up “Windows Defender is turned off dialog
window and unable to proceed to Windows Defender main window anymore.
Hi, If you use another anti virus/spy program like Norton Antivirus which i suspect you are as you are using Norton Internet Security then you may not need Windows Defender running at all. If you think that Windows Defender is the culprit stopping your Canon application from running then why don't you stop Defender from running. Open the Windows Defender program, click on Tools->Options, select Administrator
Options, and uncheck the "Use Windows Defender box". Confirm that you do
indeed want to do this, click Close. Restart your computer and try running the Canon application to see if it has helped. If it has then all's well, if you want to run Windows Defender again just follow the above steps and re-check the "Use Windows Defender" box again. If this does not work please post back.
Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add-remove programs, Now Remove Windows Defender. Now goto the Microsoft website and search for Windows Defender Update, choose the first option. Restart your notebook after the installation has completed.