Everything on my computer worked fine this morning but now it just keep restarting - but can't start Windows. It says a recent hardware or software change may have caused this. When it checked the disks it found problems. Now it isn't checking the disk anymore. Just restarting, over and over.
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Although everything else works, it may be that the router isn't communicating properly with the Kindle. Switch the router off for 30 seconds then switch it back on. This should get it to restart comms with all devices and assign IP addresses.
Are you trying to move the cursor with the trackpoint, a usb mouse, or the pen? Have you tried restarting your computer? Restarting would likely solve the problem. If you can't move the cursor to the start menu, you can open the start menu with the windows key, use the arrow keys to navigate to the power options. Use enter to select the power options and shut down or restart the computer. If this does not work, press and hold the power button for 5 or 10 seconds to force the computer to shut down.
What happened before this occurred? Did you install any programs or updates recently, or change any settings on your computer?
You neglected to provide the age of the tablet. If it's a couple years or older your battery might be on the way out. They don't last forever and some of them aren't of the best quality to begin with. Charge it all night long. In the morning when you turn it on if it still doesn't work right be sure to check the battery level with the A/C adapter unplugged. The level indicators are based on the voltage. If the voltage doesn't come up to spec, it might show less than 100% charge even when charged overnight.
The wi-fi problem could be battery related, too, as wi-fi is a radio transceiver that sends as well as receives signals. Wi-fi doesn't work so well if the transmitter produces a weak or intermittent signal.
somewhere on the tablet will be a little pinhole insert a paperclip in it and press it down for 5 to 10 seconds tablet should go off then restart it everything should be ok you may lose some work as it resets the system
1. Turn a power-off computer on or reboot a running computer.
2. Quick press the F8 key on keyboard before Windows starts, after hearing a beep sound you will be taken to Windows Advanced Options Menu instead of the normal loading page. If it doesn't work on the first try, just reboot and try again. And Select normal loading option.
Fix windows internal errors and corrupt registry to avoid such types of errors in future. I would suggest to use system utility tool Reginout.
There's a couple things you can do first try this:
1. This one works for some windows computers
Restart your computer and enter safe mode by pressing F8 repeatedly while the computer is starting. Once prompted hit safe mode on your screen. Once inside go to Control Panel > User Accounts > and change the password on your account or remove it.
2. This one is if all else fails
If #1 doesn't work you can use this company - www.loginrecovery.com
First download their software off the website and burn it onto a CD using Nero or another CD burning program. They have detailed instructions on the website as well as some free CD burning programs for download. Next Restart the PC and boot to the CD Drive. Next transcribe all the letters and numbers that appear on the screen to a piece of paper. Lastly enter the numbers and letters into the box on their website where you are prompted and they will tell you if the password is hackable. You can choose between free service which is 72 hours or expedited service which is $30 and 10 minutes. I've used them in the past and they work wonders for me!
if you have the system window disk that came with the tablet pc. Then you can try to do a repair on windows. It takes a little know how, but it is not hard if you are up to it. The dos command when you get in the repair function of windows xp setup is FIXBOOT. This might fix it, but if it doesnt or you dont want to try call a local pc technician and they should be able to get it going again.