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I have uninstall Tune up Utilities 2008, but my pc got critical problem that need restoration of the system to fix, now when I start my pc the error can't start the program rti100bpl is missing, when i reinstall the program another error comes out the installation can't continue, why?
Try doing a system restore to revert the changes that you made in the computer.
Click on the Pearl Button or Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore
Select a date when the program was still working great.
Let it complete the restoration and let it restart by itself. I hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah I don't see the drivers for this desktop either. All the others show up. Weird. Let met check some more.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
login via safe mode. hen run msconfig, deselect everything. reboot, then uninstall the latest pieces of software. run msconfig restore full services etc. reboot and repeat unitl resolved!
Also look at this blog post, it suggests a good tool to help speed up your computer, but also can be used to resolve issues.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
It appears that well bla bla as you say I agree weird stuff I have the same machine in my den. What I did was load Win 7 into it. It may be worth the investment. Also you may want to do a total hard drive wipe before re-installing original software just because you do a restore does not mean that there may be something left behind that could be affecting your computer. Killdisk is freeware I use this software whenever I wipe any drive. That way I know if there are any errors on the drive or bad sectors or whatever may be hanging it up.
I think most folks will agree with me those that have been around know that Vista is quirky to say the least especially if you do not keep up with the latest updates with this software. I personally have never liked Vista some folks swear by it but to me it was just a BETA format for the Win 7 system testing phase. Many computers I have worked on I convince my clients to use Win 7 Ultimate. If you can get a copy of this that would I believe solve the matter. Also download killdisk save your goodies first and try it from there if you can.
Also, you may have a bad or going bad part in your machine as well. Check the dust and clean if necessary and use some new thermos paste also on top of CPU........This may also help I have to do that at least every 6 months with mine they get hot. Maybe someone else has more options. I would at least consider the move forward from Vista to 7 you have the resources for it. John
Posted on Apr 13, 2012
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