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Urgent help please needed: fatal error C0000034 applying update operation 316 of 127012 (_00000...)

You have to try to load Windows to in safe mode and if that does not
help you have to the Windows recover and troubleshooting options explained in the link below:
5 Ways to Boot into Safe Mode in Windows 8 Windows 8 1

Mar 07, 2015 | Samsung Computer Monitors

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Ist there a driver that will allow my Northgate 7nss monitor work properly with windows 7?

1.Drivers are usually given by the manufacturer to work with the latest OS (operating Systems).
Sometime Windows 7 will detect the device and input the drivers it has in it "cab files" but if not present it will prompt you to look online to the manufactures website for updates or it will ask you to run the compatibility wizard .
2. Windows 7 has an option also to run the device in another operating system mode such as Windows XP and may have the drivers stored in the "cab files" for Windows XP for example. If not the manufacturers device will not run in the Windows 7 environment.

Apr 21, 2010 | Northgate 15" LCD Tilt screen Innovations...

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HP vp17 won't wake up or when it does, monitor says going to sleep... screen sometimes says usb port not recognized, but then computer goes on fine if I can get it to wake up. Usually I have to turn...

Hi I would suggest you to check the performance information and tools in the control panel and adjust the power settings accordingly, usually you have power saver and normal options, try changing it and hope this resolves the issue. Apart from this option since this is Vista, there is a way in which you can restore the machine to the date in which it worked appropriately Try typing system restore in the search and try restoring the OS back to the date in which it would have worked without any issue Even after doing all these changes, as you have already mentioned, its the VISTA mystique. wonder why MS developed this at first place :) try changing the OS back to the solid and XP Good luck :)

Nov 05, 2009 | HP Computer Monitors

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Windows xp is freezing when trying to start

Go into Safe Mode navigate to Accesories then go to System tools
Select System Restore pick a point before you installed the new monitor and let it roll back.
Re-start the system normally

Did you get a CD with the monitor ?, if you did then I suggest that you load that once you are back on line.

Once it is loaded try for a re-install

If the new monitor is a fancy one then it is possible it needs to have some communication with the PC on a regular basis to keep it happy

Jun 12, 2009 | Computer Monitors

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Acer monitor AL1916W

start up windows in safe mode and see if you still get the problem. did you use the same vga cable???

Aug 26, 2008 | Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor

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Windows XP freezes when botting with the ACER as a second screen

check the hardware compatablity list for windows if the Acer AL1916W 19" LCD is included then get the appropriate driver and install it

May 07, 2008 | Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor

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Benq FP91G+ monitor

The hourglass / egg-timer you're seeing has NOTHING to do with your new monitor. It is an indication that some program (possibly something NASTY) is running and using the CPU. While the CPU is tied up by the (possibly unknown) program, Windows displays the hourglass so you will know that the system is busy... First, update your antivirus program, then use it to scan your ENTIRE hard drive; this could take HOURS, so you might want to let the AV program work all night. If you don't have an AV program, you can do an online scan of your system in order to find the culprit; open Internet Explorer, then open this link: Run the FREE online scan; again, this could take HOURS to finish, so you might want to let it run all night to see if the problem can be resolved... There are OTHER types of nasty software ("malware") which could have the same effect on your system, so if you can't find the source of the problem, open these links for more information: I realize that this probably isn't what you expected, but at least now you know what is most likely to be causing this problem, and the links I've posted can help you correct this problem... Lastly, this COULD be caused by a program you (or someone else with access to your system) has intentionally installed, but you didn't mention adding any software recently, and I think it is best to atacck this problem head-on. Best of luck; let us know what you learn...

Apr 01, 2007 | BenQ FP91G+ 19" LCD Monitor

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