I think the safest way to fix your problem is by using the System Restore utility (if using Windows XP or Vista). Use the System Restore utility to go back to a Restore Point before you're installing the Google Desktop.
NOTICE: But only use System Restore if you haven't install any important application/program since you're installing Google Desktop, because System Restore will RollBack your system, including any program/application installed after you install the Google Desktop.
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Re: cant uninstall google desktop
This might be some problem with your registry.. There are plenty of software can check this.. I suggest you try to look into below link to further understand the registry issue. http://etech.maiila.com/?p=24
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Firstly you need to get your external monitor working. Have you tried pressing FN+F3 while turned on, (may take several presses).
If you can get the external monitor working then you'll need to run windows in safe mode and try removing any new drivers you installed. or try a 'Last Known good' on start up this depends on the OS version.
When the computer is starting up PRESS & HOLD the "F" key which controls the external monitor. It may be F4, F5, F6. You should get image on the external screen. Go into video properties and select dual monitors or allow computer to use external display or something like that.
Your computer could be infected by viruses, or your hardware could be damaged. What that blue screen means, is that your computer was shut down to avoid hardware problems, such as your motherboard not being able to hand the voltage.
kernell has over run the memory....
some corrupt registries may also cause this issue...
u can try to run a registry cleaner (Tuneup Utilitis or Registry defrag etc can do the job...search in google)
do a clean install of OS after data backup
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The complete solution to this fault (Acer 5535 keeps crashing under vista) is to use Windows XP instead of Vista. Set up a Dual Boot so you can CHOOSE to load XP or Vista each time you turn on the laptop. I've put XP on my 5535 and it's SO much faster and seems perfectly stable now - no crashing at all.
A full video showing how to do this is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdfU9TXIAd4
Once you've done this you won't have any problems with the laptop anymore. This is a perfect solution to the crashing problem!