I just got poser 5. I instelled it yesterday and evrytime i have tried to run it it has automattically restarted my Pc, it doesnt even load. I Have almost the double the requirements needed. Maybe its my video card? I have a ATI Radeon 9250. Please help cuz im very exited about using poser.
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Try deleting the version that's being installed (if it shows up on your screen). hen restart your iPad (Hold down the poser button and press the "home" button at the same time. Once restarted, try downloading it again.
Automatic Restart? Are you trying to Start Automatic Restart or Stop Automatic Restart?
If you have having boot problems and the system keeps restarting, then turn off the computer, then hit the power button and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Scroll down past Safe Mode and you will see an option to DISABLE AUTOMATIC RESTART. Take the Disable Automatic Restart option.
If you have having boot problems and the system keepsrestarting, then turn off the computer, then hit the power button andimmediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Scrolldown past Safe Mode and you will see an option to DISABLE AUTOMATIC RESTART.Take the Disable Automatic Restart option.
Click Start - Run - Type temp - Try to delete most of the temp files from the folder
Click Stat - Run - Type %temp% - Try to delete most of the temp files
Click Start - Run - msconfig - services - hide all microsoft services - disable rest of the services - apply - ok - restart computer
This should resolve the issue, else restart computer and start tapping F8 o keybaord. You will get a black window Advanced Boot Menu. Select Last Known Good Configuration and hiot Enter.
It must restart the computer.
Curious Labs Poser 5 System Requirements 500MHz Pentium class or compatible (700Mhz or greater recommended) Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP 128MB system RAM (256MB recommended) 500MB free hard disk space 24-bit color display, 1024 x 768 resolution Internet connection required for Content Paradise
1.You have to reinstall the newest version of WLM Here is the newest one 2.After it's done click on Start then click on Run 3.Type C:\Program Files\Windows Live\installer\wlarp.exe then press Enter 4.In the new window select Uninstall and click on Continue. 5.Select to remove all the Windows Live Program then click on Continue. 6.Restart your computer B.R. renegat
Try this goto start then programs then applications then system tools then do a disk cleanup on your primary drive then go through the same steps to get to your defragmenter and run that after the disk clean up is finished if this has not been done in a while it may take a hour to defrag the information then restart and see if the speed increases. Another good tip is to leave your computer hooked and running over night so it can update.
Check for bloated capacitors in your motherboard. It may be the reason why your system keeps on restarting. If there are bloated capacitors then its time for you to change the whole motherboard or the whole computer set itself. Or - Another reason could be that your computer is infected by a Sasser. If you see an error message window with count down, then it is infected by a sasser. Download sasser removers. Here is another way to stop it--- Use System Failure Settings to Stop Automatic Restarts.
1. Click Start and Open the Control Panel 2. Go to System and Maintenance, Click on System. 3. Select Advanced System Settings and choose Advance tab. 4. Under Startup and Recovery, click on Settings. 5. Under System failure uncheck Automatically restart. Hope this helps!
Most probably windows is generating an error and your computer is set to automatically restart when an error occurs. Try disabling automatic restart. right click my computer and select properties. click on the advanced tab and uncheck the automatically restart check box.
The reason why we need to do this is for us to see the actual error so that we will know what to do.