Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
1. Login to macine in Safe Mode. "when you restart your machine
press F8 before windows logo appear" and you will see a menu... choose
safe mode with networking...
2. Go to control panel and uninstall the programs you recently installed or uninstall the recently install device driver from the device manager.
3. You could do a system restore to a previously known point, it would only exist if you have created it ...go to Accessories-System Tools-System Restore and chose a previous date.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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