It doesn't happen with all the softwares..only when i run certain softwares my system reboots n next time in the explorer gives a msg that the system has recovered from a serious problem...this has happened when i ran adobe after effects cs3 n counter strike source
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pchnotify.exe is actually a program that is associated with HP computers (is your computer an HP Pavilion?), and is not associated with Microsoft Office. You can disable this by following the steps below.
1. Click on Start.
2. Click Run.
3. Type in msconfig.
4. Go to the Startup tab.
5. Uncheck the box next to PCHnotify.exe
6. Uncheck the box next to PCHbutton if it exists.
7. Click OK, and then reboot the system.
uninstall the software 100% reboot the machine so the information obtained in ram is not going to interfere with new installation. using your original cdrom that came with the kit, install your quick books 2007 software register it with the original code and product id sequence numbers. when it tries to run theirs 3 things happening now. the program in initializing it;s visual c run time libraries. and well as calling the dynamically loaded libraries from the windows directory and other locations. if a program was removed that used these files and it was uninstalled with the files then it is possible you will have to install qb from scratch and use the qbw or quick books workspace file to run your company files afterwords. backup the qbw files encase of problems. this is often tell take sings of viral or system melware. then scan with your virus software. and see if anything was crashing the program. other options involve system files missing that are used. good luck.
Boot your computer in Safe Mode by holding down the F8 key during boot-up, and selecting Safe Mode from the list when it appears. Once you're in Safe Mode, click Start, then Run, and type "msconfig" (without the quote marks) in the box. You'll get a screen with various options. Choose the Startup Programs tab and clear all the checkboxes on the list, then restart your computer normally. If the problem disappears, it means some program is trying to start automatically and causing your system to hang. To determine which program that is, re-enable your startup programs one by one, by going back into msconfig and checking its box, then rebooting. When your system hangs again on boot-up, you'll have figured out which software is the culprit. Uninstall it using its own uninstall routine or by going into Control Panel, Add & Remove Programs.