Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Well if this is happening with all the programs that you might like to try to use the system restore option.Just type system restore in the start search and than choose and date on which you think the system was working fine.
I hope this works for you
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to begin uninstalling your printer, make sure that it is still plugged in so
that it is recognized when you start the computer. To begin, navigate and click
the "Start" button on the bottom left corner of your desktop. Once
your program menu generates, click on "Control Panel." Your Control
Panel will open, and you should navigate to the icon for Printers. When the
window populates, it will have all printers that are installed on your computer
available to click on. Once you have highlighted the printer you wish to
uninstall, click on the "Delete Printer" button.
window will pop up asking you "Are you Sure You Want To Delete This
Printer?" If you are certain you no longer want this installed on your
computer, click "Yes." A new window for "Wise Install Wizard
will open." This gives you the name of the printer you are going to
uninstall in the middle section of the window, as well as options to
"Repair" or "Cancel." If you are only having problems with
your printer, it is suggested that you hit the bubble next to
"Repair" and continue from here. If you indeed wish to uninstall,
click the bubble next to "Uninstal"l and then hit "Next."
window moves to the next step in the process for you. This new window asks you
if you would like to uninstall all related files for this printer including
saved updates. Click on "Yes," because without the printer installed,
the updates for the printer are only using up space on your hard drive.
window will open showing the progress of your command. You will see a progress
bar in Vista or files moving from one folder to
another in XP. The time needed to complete the process is shown in the middle
portion of the window underneath the progress bar. Depending on the speed of
your processor, this can take as little as 15 seconds and as much as two
minutes. Once the process is complete, a new window will open saying
"Uninstall Complete." You then want to click on the "Close"
button on the bottom right of this box to close it.
you uninstall a program from your computer, it is recommended that you restart
for the changes to take effect. Newer computers always have a pop up box that
will open as soon as the uninstall is complete, alerting you for the need to
restart. Click on "Restart Now."
If your computer is an older model, you may have to manually restart your system. In order to do so, navigate to and click on your "Start" button on the bottom left corner of your desktop. In Vista, click on the power button that is located at the bottom of your program menu, and then hit "Restart." Using XP, open your Start Up Menu, and navigate to your power options. Click on "Restart," and your computer will begin to shut down. Once it restarts, the changes you specified during the uninstall process will take effect, and your printer is now removed from your computer.
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