Hey...my computer just "freaks out" occasionaly sometimes like when im using it. Like i'll be typing somthing and the little 'typing line' would just jump back where the crusor is sitting and i would start typing at that point. And then sometimes it like almost freezes and then like every page that i had opened in the last 5 mins would start popping back up and closing and then screen would start flashing...and the crusor would start flashing and i would eventualy have to 'ctrl,alt,del' it and restart the computer to fix it. And I would lose everything that I was working on at that moment. Its really annoying. I called the customer support line and they sent me some 'recovery disks' to run on it, but im kinda skeptical about doing that because then i'll lose EVERYTHING on it, and the computer will go back to its orginal configuration like it was when it came from the manufacturer. Is there any other option to fix this problem or is this the only option i have?? Please advise.. Thanks.
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Re: computer going crazy
Actually most recover disks give options so that it can fix problems like install drivers without wiping the drive and starting over you just have to get the command codes for this from the manufacturer. especially if its windows by microsoft.
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If you are receiving the DRM activator error message do the following to correct the issue.
1 - Left click on Start
2.- Right click on Computer
3 - Left click on Properties 4 - Left click on Advanced System Settings
5 - Under Performance click on Settings
6 - Left click on Data Performance Settings
7 - Click on TURN ON DEP FOR ESSENTIAL WINDOWS PROGRAMS AND SETTINGS ONLY.
8 - Click on Apply and then OK.
UAC: (User Account Control)
Open up Control Panel, and type in user account into the search box.
You'll see the link for "Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off".
Click it. Uncheck the box, and reboot your computer. hope this helps but if it still doesn't work just text me back and we'll try somthing else:)
please keep me posted as well, ALL my gauges are doing the same. First the gas, filled it one day and it fell all the way and light turned on, then my themostat, freaked me out, thought i was overheating,...NO just the guage, NOW my spedometer is stuck on 120, and my RPM's are acting crazy. i have read tons with this same problem, WHY WONT the manufacturer DO SOMTHING??
If you are using two SLI card they need to be bridged together so that the GPUs work together to process the load. Also, in your BIOS you must make sure you configure it to use SLI. Furthermore, the most important thing is that if you are using SLI cards that you update the graphics softeware and set the cards to be bridged. SLI is flaky sometimes, just have to iron out the behavior and tweak it over time and make sure that everyting is clocked right.
This is a really common problem thats not actually a problem. Go to trackpad settings and make sure tap to click is off. Most laptops allow you to tap the track pad to act as a mouse button, try it go to an icon tap the trackpad youll see that the icon highlights as if you are actually left clicking. When your typing the trackpad senses your arm or wrist occasionaly and thinks your tapping the mouse, thus moving the cursor. So go into trackpad settings and turn off tap to click.
hi, i will try and help.
Turn on the computer, as soon as you have pressed the on button press and hold F8. A list will come up. Choose safe mode. Then when it boots, in the username type administrator and the password will usually be blank, if this does not work try "admin". If there is a log on field showing then choose log on to this computer and do not choose dial up. Then press ok. The computer should log on. When it asks you if you want to continue working in safemode click yes. Then click start. Click control panel. Click user accounts. Click the password protected user account. Choose remove password. Then restart the computer and it should work normally.
Tell me if you need more help or if somthing goes wrong then you can take a picture of it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org .
will i suggest to reformat your computer and installed the windows again to fix that problem...i think your computer will attack the virus that will create damage from the registry...if you always restart your computer the tendency is will create damage of the hard disk..