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Freeze when i start up my n-gage it automatically closes applications saying app failed, then says system startup and freezes. when i remove the battery screen disappears (blank like power off) when i reinstall battery it goes through the same freezing process.

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Hi John,
To start off check your disc space. XP has this paging file that builds up over time and use. It also depends on the applications that you install and if it is running in the background. These are the applications that is activated every time you start up your machine.
You may also check on the amount of RAM you have in your system. Lets say you have 2 gb installed, around 500 mb or more is already assigned to your hardware and operating system. So that means you have 1.5 gb of RAM left for other applications and processes. So lets say you watch a few videos, and play a lot of flash games, your RAM will slowly be spent up. Once your RAM runs out, your hard disc space will act as your system RAM as virtual memory. So if your going to be using a lot of applications that takes a lot of resources for your RAM, it will be real slow in the long run. You do have the option to close a few unwanted applications, or do a system restart to refresh your system.
So now you'll be wondering, if you need to do that all the time now? Not exactly, remember the applications automatically start up once you on your machine? You can customize that to your liking now. There's two ways. First, you need to customize your installation wherein you select the option not to run the application automatically on Start. The second one is to remove the application from start up. One was is by removing it in Msconfig in windows. To launch it, just click on Start, then select Run, then Type Msconfig. You will then see a screen where you can see the start up items. Then just select the Start up applications that you don't want to open anymore on Start and untick it...and...Thats a lot of start eh....then you'll be doing a restart. For kicks, try to untick all and see how fast your system loads up.
Are you getting the picture now? Lesser applications on start up, more RAM for your system. SO just open up what you need and close what you don't.
And then there's the browser helpers, trial applications, and other stuff thats just there, installed in your computer. Just remove all that is unneeded! Imagine a room full of stuff you don't really need. Its messy. That also happens to your machine.
Anti-Malware and Windows Update. This goes hand in hand, better invest in an AntiVirus or Anti Malware subscription to protect you from the typical trojan or malware. Then do regular windows updates, to patch your system. Scan often and update often.
Lastly, delete unwanted files, it's just adding to your disc space. Do disc clean up and Defragment your discs every 3 weeks if possible. It is also best to shutdown your machine after use so once you start it up again, its fresh.
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How do I choose startup android (2.1) apps?


You can specify which applications you want to start up by downloading the application, "Android Startup Manager."

Step 1: Launch the Android Market.
Step 2: Search for "Startup Manager" from DownloadAndroid.info"
Step 3: Download the application. It's free!
Step 4: In the Startup Manager's application list, uncheck the checkboxes next to any applications that you do not want to run automatically when your phone is turned on.
Step 5: Check the boxes next to any applications that you would like to run automatically when your phone is turned on.
Step 6: Restart your phone to ensure that the changes have been applied successfully.

That's all there is to it!

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Hello, I have an HP Pavilion dv2000 laptop. The problem is the laptop keeps freezing on startup.When I first turn it on I get a screen that says "Windows failed to start" and gives me two options: Launch...


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Click on Start >Run (If you have Windows 7 then type msconfig in search)and then type msconfig. In the msconfig window, under the startup tab, look for any entry which says Adobe and uncheck it. Click on Apply and OK and restart the system. This should do the trick.

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Why my dell inspiron mini won't shutdown?i've tried to restore the system and reinstall the windows XP, but the problem doesn't solved. I really am need your help. Thanks


Ok here is the real fix from someone who had the exact same issue and now does not.... Disconnect cables ah what is that for advise if you dont know how to solve a problem then dont waste peoples time!!!!!
Type msconfig in the run box from the start menu, go to the tab that says "startup" point your mouse to the box that says BTMeter and click. This should remove the battery switch program from running while the OS is trying to shut down and should resolve your issue with the freeze up during normal shut down process. You do not need this program its just another "checks and measures" program Dell added in Windows already has this program built in and it works fine. Now when the PC starts back up a box will pop up stating you changed your start up applications just put a check in the little option that says "dont show me this again.

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What is an ArcCon ac application error0xc00000006?


What you describe falls under the general category of svchost.exe issues. Svchost.exe is used by your computer to access the registry and check the services to load during system startup.

arccon.ac is an ArcSoft Connect Notifier. There are two possibilities why its happening:
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Closing the error message might freeze your computer. To fix this error, perform the following tasks.
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  2. In the System Properties dialog box, open the Automatic Updates tab.
  3. Next, select the Turn Off Automatic Updates option.
  4. Select Apply and then OK to accept your changes and exit the System Properties dialog box.
  5. Restart your PC.
  6. Ensure that you are connected to the Internet and then select the Windows Update command from Start > All Programs to manually update Windows.
  7. After the update is complete, enable the automatic updates again from System Properties > Automatic Updates.
This should rectify your application error. However, if the error keeps reappearing, then you might turn off automatic updates permanently and manually perform Windows updates at regular intervals.

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Des appplication?


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Try booting up the computer in safe mode and then check for the startup items, if you see any program in the startup list try to remove it, close all the applications and then shut down and reboot your computer. This will definetly remove the application thats either not installed properly or thats trying to create a problem in booting up your computer.

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My nokia n70 hang..


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98% device get freezes because not enough memory to run programs, XDAII mini do have only 64MB, if you have installed many application on device better move them to SD Card. Windows mobile will not close application as you click on close button you have to goto "Running Programs" and stop unwanted running programs. or else try "SPB Pocket Plus" if you close programs and remove them from memory. as i experience if you installed few app's and few games you will get less than 20MB to run application its really not enough.

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