Question about Dell Inspiron Computers & Internet
My problem starts when I try to logon to my unisa. I need to submit my assignment and im not winning. These urgent message pops then I cannot do anything. Please assist!
You have installed something that included this software. Look for the name of the product or service that it is offering and then use control panel to uninstall that software. If that does not work you can try searching the registry for the offending package and delete any reference to it there. DO NOT EDIT THE REGISTRY IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer Aspire 5100 will not log on
If you have a Finger Print scanner (on select models), it may have failed, if you do not have this device , you may have installed malware - try rebooting and after you see the Acer screen start tapping F8 to get to speacial boot menu - choose Safe Mode and see if you can log in. If still unable, you will have to perform a system recovery - Acer provides an alternate way to recover - when you start the computer you see the Acer logo screen - after this displays hold down the Alt Key by the spacebar and tap the F10 key at the top of the keyboard once or twice - this will start the Acer E-Recovery program - follow the on screen instructions.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
Assuming you are using Windows XP. There's some file corrupt or missing when you start your pc. If you have floopy disk you can boot disk, it not your can insert your Windows XP installer and then you can repair you OS.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
of course its spam. Websites are always trying to make you click on their ads to get money. I have 3 different laptops that all have those messages from spam sites. If you aren't ready to take my word for it you could always purchase a anti-virus system such as kaspersky.
Posted on Apr 10, 2013
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