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Uninstall google and then reboot the pc. Now download google this will sort your problem. If you can boot up then why not restore to the point where it was working fine
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black screen comes up "windows
You should opt Safe Mode:
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Posted on Apr 20, 2008
In safe mode, hit start button -run, and type "msconfig" in the box , hit enter.
the system configuration utility opens.
select startup tab at the top
when the startup screen opens, UNcheck all the boxes, press APPLY, then OK
the computer will prompt you to restart, when it restarts it will give you a message saying you have use the system configuration utility to change the way windows starts, this is normal. Check the box that say dont show this again and click OK.
doing this will keep the programs set to start when windows starts from starting untill you start them manually. If one of them is causing the freeze, this will make the system accessible.
Keep in mind, you may want to turn some of them back on after you get the computer going and when you do , turn them on one at a time and restart the computer after each change. this way you can identify which program is causing the problem.
Hope this helps. please repost if you have more questions
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
spywaregard 2008 is malware, a parasite if you will
the last 1/2 of this article will run down a list of files you need to delte to get rid of this nasty little bugger. You can also download various tools to remove it, but it is dependent on your comfort level. if you are comfortable searching for files and changing a couple of registry keys, then by all means, manually is the way to go. If not, you will not have a hard time finding a tool to get rid of this
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Try to completely turn off the computer by pressing and holding the power button for at least 4 seconds. Disconnect it from the mains, wait for a few minutes and the connect and try to power on. If this alone helps, you might be right that it is not properly being awaken from sleep mode. If so, check your settings in Windows and perhaps look for the newest drivers here. See to it that you have the latest Windows updates as well. If you are using Vista, this is a common problem prior to Service Pack 1, so you would want to download and install SP1, if this is the case.
If you don't succeed with the first solution, you might have a more severe problem.
Depending of the configuration of your machine, you might have an internal graphic solution or as an add-on card. Connect the monitor to the appropriate connector on your computer. Make sure that you only use EITHER the digital OR the analog cable, and not both at the same time.
Good luck, and let me know if the above is helpful or not so that I might research some more.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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