Re: MY PC KEEP GETTING ERROR MESSAGE ON ANYTHING I DO
I think your windows media must have been impure. The best solution is format the c drive and reinstall the your operating system which op system you have been used so far. This will solved your problem.
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You will have to reboot into safe mode to remove those drivers from the device manager and then reboot and allow windows to find the drivers it wants and not the drivers you think are the right ones because sometimes a flaky driver will stop windows cold and lock it into a loop forever. If you do not know how to boot into safe mode, when you turn on your computer, the moment you see anything on your monitor start rapidly pressing the F8 key until you get a boot screen that has a choice of booting into safe mode, then follow the directions and when you finally get into windows go to the device manager, (in most windows will either be accessible from the control panel or from the control panel then clicking on system>then hardware tab>then device manager button. Good luck!
LOL, I wouldn't give up my windows xp for anything else.
OK, what does it do that requires you to keep trying to get it to boot? Are you getting any error messages? Is it just stopping or freezing someplace in the boot cycle? Is it doing that stupid Startup Repair? What is it doing that causes several tries to get it to boot?
It is a stop message? With codes and a message saying "if this is the first time you seen this message, restart the computer" etc. If this is the message you have to give the error code to know what is wrong with the computer.
If you have the code, you can search it up in microsoft knowledge base
Cannot access or browse websites after being connected to Internet.
This problem is only due to the corrupted Winsock2. Solution is very simple ...just type a command at the command prompt Type cmd in the RUN type netsh then type winsock and then reset command at the command prompt Restart your computer and Winsock2 shall be fixed.
I would suggest you have the fans/heat sinks cleaned as soon as you can. it is most likely shutting down because of heat (thermal shutdown). on some laptops the fan doesn't come on till close to melt down (my inspiron laptop is great for that). If you are at uncomfortable with taking the bottom of the laptop off to clean out the dust and dirt from the fan take it to a shop and have it done.
you may want to invest in one of those laptop chillers... basically a stand with fans on it. they make usb ones that get there power from the usb connection. abit ruff on the battery if you are not using a/c but better then replacing the cpu.
Go to Control Panel=>System => Harware=> Device Manager. Under the "Universal Serial Bus Controllers" delete all USB root hubs & controllers/ ports & then Action=> San for hardware changes That shall freshly install the USB ports on your system & shall work.
I could help u more if u can tell me the error messages u r getting but no problem dear i still help u out. what u have to do is just unistall the network driver to uninstall the network driver Right click on My computer-> then select properties-> the select Hardware-> then select network adapter right click on that and then uninstall the network driver after uninstalling the network driver restart the system and then Reinstall the network driver the problem will solved.