I can't reboot my laptop, as its always showing windows error rec
I think Windows did not closed or shutdown successfully, and since when i try to use i only see 'Windows Error recovery. But after entering my password which starts the programmes, i instead sees a blank space, and nothing comes again.
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Rebooting is truely simple dear friend to reboot a machine or any laptop click start then slide over to shutdown but at the side should be an arrow pointing to more options (windows vista and 7) (windows 8) go to the top right or left corner and the charms bar should show click the shutdown and it may/may not give an option to click restart but this also works as well if ur feeling a lil savy open the command prompt and type shutdown /r this will ask the machine to reboot
Rebooting a computer means, pressing the Reset/Restart button. But if you wish to securely restart it, click Start (Windows XP) and then "ShutDown" button, again click "Restart". There's another option when Windows XP is in Classic mode, once you press the Shutdown button, you'll see a small window showing "Shutdown", you can click the arrow button next to the "Shutdown" and then select "Restart", now click the "Ok" button to restart the system. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, click "Start", if you don't see the "Restart" button, you might be seeing the "Shutdown" button, just next to the "Shutdown" button, there's a small right arrow button, click it and select "Restart". Your system will restart.
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Step1.Go to Start Settings Control Panel and double click on the System icon.Click on the Hardware Tab and select Device Manager.
Step 2.From the Device Manager window, Scroll down click on Network adapters, select and right click on the wireless adapter and select properties.
Step 3.From the adapter properties window select the Advanced Tab and under the “Property:” window scroll and select “Power Management.”From the Power Management tab uncheck the box that indicates, “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.” Then Click Ok
(Note:It is important to note these changes will not take effect until the wireless radio is reset by turning it off and then on again.)
The most common shut down problem is that the system will reboot rather than shutting down. In most cases, the reboot is triggered because Windows XP is designed to reboot after a critical failure. To stop windows from rebooting in case of a failure, you need to take the following steps:
Right click on My Computer, Select Properties, Click on advance tab, Click on Settings under Startup and Recovery, Uncheck the option Automatically Restart under System failure, Click Ok twice and try to shutdown the pc. If it shows any error code then let me know
reboot means is to restart again your computer, if the laptop cannot reboot then maybe got and error to your system.
and if cannot be shutdown, just long press, the power button until it shutdown, donot dehydrate or discharge the laptop battery , may damage the battery.
If the computer system experience this maybe you have to reinstall the windows correct the current error.
may this help, melnavz
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It sounds like a program you have installed is having an error on startup. Dwwin.exe is the executable for Dr. Watson, an error reporting program that comes with windows.
Errors like this usually raise a red flag with me, and the first thing I always do is scan for spyware and viruses. If you don't already use them, I would suggest using Spybot - Search and Destroy, as well as Ad-Aware SE for spyware, and Panda Activescan and Trend Micro Housecall for online virus scanning. (using multiple programs is always a good idea so nothing slips by.)
Next, I would check your startup programs to see what is there to determine what could be generating an error.
Your computer could also be missing critical updates that could solve many problems (as well as scan for malicious software if you are using windows XP). You should run windows update through the menu in internet explorer.
Methods for these solutions depend on which operating system you are using. If you need any further help, give a list of all your startup items and which OS you are using and I (or someone else) can give more detailed instructions.