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Not starting up on turning on

When turning on laptop starts loading then message apeears saying installed programs cannot start turn off computer

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  • stjustgirl Apr 24, 2009

    computer turns on starts up then says the programs cannot start shut down computer

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    PitVipermd May 11, 2010

    Can you boot into safe mode?



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If you have your operating system disk then you can put that in then turn your computer on and it should go to the drive and read the exe for the programs there.

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After the initial or fresh install of windows xp and all programs your computer may start to slow down. May it be slow on boot up or slow loading a program, there is a small procedure to speed your computer up. You see windows installs a program and usually it is automatically setup to open or run when you turn on your computer they usually end up in the task bar beside the clock. Here is the method to turning all those unwanted programs off and prevent them from open on your future start ups.

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Slow performance. windows media player not performing well

A couple solutions here:

-Run a THOROUGH/COMPLETE virus/malware scan. Your system maybe infected. Especially if you spend a lot of time on the internet.

-You have a lot of extra programs running in the background. Look in the lower right corner of your screen. If you see an entire line of icons marching across the bottom, those are all programs that are running in the background. Taking up resources and slowing down the system. Open each program by clicking or right-clicking. If you don't need that program, choose Exit or Close to free up resources.

-Along the lines of the above point, look at each program and see if it has an option to "start when Windows starts." If it does, turn that option OFF (unless you want that program to startup when windows loads. Doing this will streamline your startup.

-If you want to get technical about not only speeding up your start-up but also freeing up more resources, you can use msconfig to reduce the start-up group. This procedure allows you to remove programs from the Start-up group. This group is a list of programs that start up when windows starts up. By removing un-needed items from this group, you will save system resources and speed up performance as well. To use this option, you needto know the technical name of each program you want to turn off at start up. For example, AOL instant messenger becomes "AIM.exe." This is pretty rechnical, so if you don't feel comfortable using this option, don't use it. If you know someone who is more familiar with this option, it's certainly worth having him or her look into the start-up group for you and turn off the things you want turned off. Anything that is turned off can also be turned back on through msconfig as well.

1. Press START > RUN
2. Enter "msconfig" and press enter.
3. A big window comes up. Look for a tab that says "Start-up Group" or "Start-up"
4. DO NOT modify any other tab or settings within any of the other tabs! Doing so can cause errors. If you accidently do something wrong, hit CANCEL to exit. This will cancel any changes just made. If you do this, restart from step 1.
5. In the "Start-up group" you'll see a list of weird looking entries. These are the actual program names and commands used to start up the programs. This can be daunting, but here's a short list of programs I always turn off from the start-up group.
-ituneshelper (Resident iTunes program that helps iTunes. Doesn't seem to affect iTunes in general if turned off)
-juschedule (This is a resource hog that simply monitors the internet to see if your version of Javascript is the most current. This had no negative effect on java, as it will still automatically notify you of updates periodically, even when you do remove this from the start-up group)
-If you see any programs that you are not familiar with, LEAVE them turned on. There are system processes and programs listed here as well. Turning any of them off will result in you not being able to start your computer.
6. Hit "OK" to save your changes.
7. You will be prompted to Restart your computer.
8. It is suggested that you restart, so hit "RESTART."
9. When your computer starts back up, it may take a few extra moments. When windows comes back up, a new message will appear. "Your start-up configuration has changed. You may use System restore to return to the defualts, or continue." This message is more bark than bite. It's simply telling you that the start-up configuration (which you just changed by modifying the Start-up group a few minutes ago) is different. You can restore the original settings by using system restore, or continue. You want to continue.
10. When the message in step 9 comes up, look to the lower left corner of the window. A check box appears with "Do Not Show This Message Again." Check the checkbox. It is perfectly ok to ignore this message. You'll probably want to, as it will come up every time you start the computer from now on.
11. If you want to change things back to the way they were before, or modify the start up group again, repeat this entire process.

Long winded, but hopefully helpful. :)

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Which program is it?
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This is called the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD), as scary as the name sounds if your laptop isn't ancient you more than likely can save it. depending what you were doing on your pc last, installing a game or whatever, start it in 'safe mode'. it should start up just like a normal computer but with a few changes like anti virus disabled. From here you can unistall whatever you were last doing on the computer, clean it up and try get her running again, the usual stuff, try defrag the computer, right click the drive in my computer>tools>defrag now, theres also other options in there like clean up and error checking both will help. Try and save it yourself, if all this fails your computer fixing person will probly have to wipe your hard drive, in which you will loose all your data and start a fresh laptop.

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