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Installation issues I'm not sure if this is a hardware or software problem, but when trying to install 2 disc programs, when i insert the second disk the computer freezes up and causes a serious system crash... help!

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Its sound your OS is corrupted or you ram speed not have much that why computer freezes.

Thanks, i am waiting for your feed back & if you satisfied then thumps me please.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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Hello,

Make sure you don't have the hardware hooked up or have any programs or windows open, until you know that the software has installed correctly!

Insert your disk, Restart your computer! If upon restarting your computer does not detect the new software, than...

Go to Start, Control Panel, Install New Software! Restart again!

You may need to update your driver? If so...first I would create a back up on a disk or flash drive (cruzer) just to be safe!

To update the driver, you will need the software disk inserted, so you know which disk drive you need to update,.. Go to Start, Computer, Right click on the drive that shows the disk, select properties, select up-date driver.

Also,. FYI...Some Software programs require you to disable your virus protection, firewall, defender, to be able to install, whether or not, but especially if they are password proptected!

Try disabling your virus protection and select untill you restart, Go to Start, Control Panel, Firewall, or type in the search box...disable virus protection.

Try this and let me know if you need further assistance?

Kind regards!

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Hi Andy,

As i have seen try to uninstall the software to the control panel >> add remove / programs.

When your done, remove the directory of the ADOBE EL into the program files, and when your done removing and deleting the files, try again re installing the software.

Hope it helps.

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I haven't had a recent hardware or software change but when I turn on my Dell Inspiron 1521 laptop I get a black screen with the following message: Windows Boot Manager Windows failed to start. A...


boot from an applicable boot disk & use fixmbr to repair the boot sector,

OR have you tried safe mode or last good....( you need to press F8 seconds after the PC is turned on)

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Hello here! i have tried to install my lexmark x5150 to my compacq laptop, and cant get it to print, i have installed the disc countless times wiyh out any progress can you help?


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cancel the installation.
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