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No idea at all what 9.1 means or is. IE9 PR1
do not run IE9 ever, run IE11, only.
or bad happens.
AOL 9.1? did you ask them first if it runs on XP
or VISTA. or on IE 5,6,7? it dont.
as them not use, we are not AOL, at all.
NO PC stated (HP Sumpthins.)
no OS stated (vast)
no telling what 9.1 means.
downloading what from where using what browser?.
my wild guess is you cant GET XP to work that it.
as do all XP owners now that its DEAD. and Vista too.
btw IE9 does NOT RUN or install on any XP box , period.
IE9 will run on Vista with SP2 loaded. ONLY
Vista too like XP can not run IE11,
IE11 is the last IE from MS , and is supported even under W10
W7/8/9 IE11 is MANDATORY !@@!
im not smart at all but can read
AOL says, no XP allowed
also learn if XP is there.(you)
most website now are banning, usage of XP
for sure all XP version of explorer. banned
for valid reasons..
Posted on Dec 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Digital Media Archive Pop UP
If you are running windows xp, go to start / run . type: msconfig
Go to the start-up tab and see if you can find a reference to the "Digital Media" program and uncheck it.
Also look in the start-up folder in Start / All Programs for this program.
You can delete it from there. This does not remove the program, just does not tell it to start automatically. If you don't use the program, uninstall it.
Sounds like one of those ADD-ON programs that get installed with printers or cameras.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
antivirus 2009 is a virus. They want your money; you give it to them and you will be in no better shape and out your cash. You first must boot into safe mode, go into c:\program files\ and delete the av 2009 folder from there. Then you must go into msconfig and uncheck the startup entry in the startup tabs for that program. Then you must go into the system32 folder in windows and manually delete the arbitrary files that it has dropped in there. If you don't know much about windows, I would recommend hiring a local service shop to take care of it for you because if you delete the wrong thing then you could mess up your entire windows installation and you'll be unable to boot from windows. If you need someone to come to your location and take care of it for you, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can take care of it for you. Thanks and please remember to give this solution a fixya rating. Thanks! :c)
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Try putting pressure on the monitor near the buttons. There might be a short or some type of stress pressing the buttons.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
easy, you just have to install the OS again..
u can reinstall it through booting OS CD, maybe some OS instalation files are missing or corrupted.
or if you have the recovery CD from the hp vendor, just install it
Posted on May 30, 2009
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