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Recovery commander comes on every time I put something new on and something old, I would like it stopped.

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For you to Stop it you need to stop the services running for it. Follow the steps below.
Click on Start and then Click on run. Type msconfig. In the System Configuration utility screen click on services tab (Its on the Top). Once you are on that screen check the option Hide all Microsoft services. Then look for Recovery Commander. Uncheck that. Uncheck the Hide all Microsoft applications again. Click on apply. Then click on OK. Reboot the computer. You will System Configuration utility screen. Check the Option Don't show this message again and then click on OK.
Note: DO NOT uncheck any Microsoft Services.
If you want to delete it or remove it from the computer then install Revo Uninstaller (Freeware).

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Just got first laptop and I do not know if I set up my password wrong or something but it isn't working. is there something i can do to reset the password


mk. so this trick only works with windows operating systems. DONT BE SCARED! Master recovery (at startup you press the button to interrupt the operating system loading such as the ESC button. You want to recover your system so F11 or something) will not restore your computer to its previous password. It will remain the same. It will only recover what you deleted, uninstalled, and other dangerous changes to your computer. But here, I will guide you. If you have HP Support computer, select the center panel and go into command prompt. In the command prompt, type exactly:
cd C:\Windows\System32
copy cmd.exe cmd1.exe
rename sethc.exe sethc1.exe
rename cmd1.exe sethc.exe
exit
then click on all the cancels (this will restart your computer).
on a Normal Computer (that does not have HP Support), try the master recovery (follow same procedure until you get to a desktop and window) when it asks you about using system restore, click NO. When the error message appears, click on see details, scroll all the way down and click on the text document link (ending in .txt). The text document comes up. Click on File then Save As... Up pops another window. DO NOT SAVE YET! Browse to C:\ (or the letter of your main harddrive. you can always tell when it contains the folders with the names program files, windows, and users) then click on windows then click on System32. Find cmd.exe (It looks like command prompt, all black with C:\ on it) then right click on it then select copy. Find sethc.exe (a blue ball that you see at the login screen that says accessibility tools) and rename it to something else like sethc1.exe. THE FILE EXTENTIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT! Find your copy of cmd.exe (like cmd-copy.exe or cmd(2).exe) and rename it to sethc.exe, and click on cancel, and get out of there. You may realize that sethc.exe is triggered (even on the logon screen) by pressing the shift button many times in succession. So trigger sticky keys (that's the official name of sethc.exe) by shifting too much, and you get a command prompt instead. So type in the command prompt:
net user
And you get a list of all the users that are active on the computer. Pick yours. I will represent it with USERNAME here in my example:
net user "USERNAME" *
And it will reply:
Type a new password for USERNAME:
Confirm new password for USERNAME:
And you reset your password! See if you can log on now! If you can, great! now you need to go and really recover using master recovery because you don't want anybody else doing that on your computer and trolling you. Hope this helps.

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My laptop says that one of my disks need to be checked for consistency and then stops on 2 of 3 checks with 62% checked. then reads an unexpected error has occured on one of the disks and freezes. I also...


This is not an easy issue to solve using this method (posting text or email) but I will give it a try!

There are many things that can cause the problem you described. Your memory cards could be loose inside the pc. You can try removing & reseating them to see if this solves the problem. Your partician could be damaged. Your hard drive may need replacement. If your pc came with recovery software, you might try turning on the pc & putting the system recovery disk inside the drive & then restart the pc and try booting from that drive to start the recovery process. If your pc came with recovery software installed on a second drive located in your computer, then you need to follow the instructions on how to access system recovery which are listed in your manual and also flash briefly on the screen when the pc is loading windows (you should see something like press F2 to enter recovery briefly on the left side of the pc when it is first starting up. It only displays this command briefly. Try restarting a few times if you do not see it) . Once in recovery, follow the prompts to start the process to see if the pc can recover and start windows normally.

If you choose cancel disk check, and the screen your describing in your post is a blinking cursor where you can enter commands - try typing "help" and press enter to see if it will give you a list of choices to execute. If it is a command prompt and gives you this list, try scrolling with your arrow keys to find disk check or check disk. Windows has options to repair bad areas of particians, but I am unsure if they would go any farther then the test that is currently running and unable to get passed 62%.

If you have an operating system disk (Windows Xp, Win 7, Win Vista - full versions - not upgrade software) that matches what you are running on your computer you can try restoring or replacing the opearting system to see if that solves your problem. Try putting the disk inside the pc and restart to get it to boot from the disk drive. Then replace your operating system with a new version (warning - this will erase all files that were on the pc) to see if that solves the issue. you can also try installing recovery and/or repair files from the operating system disk. Just put the disk in and restart the pc and read the options that come up - then follow the prompts to repair the system.

If you have questions please use the reply or comment link next to your question on Fixya and I will try and continue troubleshooting until this issue is resolved.

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Recovery commander runs too frequently! When I am beginning to access several programs that I consider very trustworthy this #*%@ recovery begins it's 5-51 check points and takes up to 10 minutes. I...


For you to Stop it you need to stop the services running for it. Follow the steps below.
Click on Start and then Click on run. Type msconfig. In the System Configuration utility screen click on services tab (Its on the Top). Once you are on that screen check the option Hide all Microsoft services. Then look for Recovery Commander. Uncheck that. Uncheck the Hide all Microsoft applications again. Click on apply. Then click on OK. Reboot the computer. You will System Configuration utility screen. Check the Option Don't show this message again and then click on OK.
Note: DO NOT uncheck any Microsoft Services.
If you want to delete it or remove it from the computer then install Revo Uninstaller (Freeware).

Oct 20, 2010 | Vcomm Recovery Commander (804526023624)

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How do I disable Recovery Commander on Windows 7? It's so annoying that every time I launch a MS Office application the Recovery Commander is launched.


For you to Stop it you need to stop the services running for it. Follow the steps below.
Click on Start and then Click on run. Type msconfig. In the System Configuration utility screen click on services tab (Its on the Top). Once you are on that screen check the option Hide all Microsoft services. Then look for Recovery Commander. Uncheck that. Uncheck the Hide all Microsoft applications again. Click on apply. Then click on OK. Reboot the computer. You will System Configuration utility screen. Check the Option Don't show this message again and then click on OK.
Note: DO NOT uncheck any Microsoft Services.
If you want to delete it or remove it from the computer then install Revo Uninstaller (Freeware).

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Stop;0*000000*7b(0*f896863c,0*0000034,0*00000000,0*00000000)my computer shows a stop error screen every time windows opens


INACCESSABLE_BOOT_DEVICE = there's something wrong with your hard disk - either its driver is missing or it's the wrong one or the MBR was corrupted.
Start by fixing the MBR by booting into the Windows XP recovery console and run the command “  fixboot ” followed by “ fixmbr ”.
After that boot in Safe Mode and install the latest driver for the chipset and SATA/RAID.

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My 2 year old stepped on{or dropped } my Dell xps m140 and cracked the screen. I thought I would replace it myself..Before I do, I hooked up an external monitor to see if it still operates properly, well...


This error is also cause by the hard drive storage of your pc notebook, if you know how to locate the hard drive you just have to remove it for a while and then put it back, some loose connection of the hard drive cause the problem, if you find it still not working, you need to repair the system startup of Windown XP it is corrupted that's why it wont start.

Before attempting to check the physical parts of your notebook, try first to check and recover the Windows startup system.

In windows startup repair you can use the Windows Recovery Console.

Source: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314058

Here's the step to start in Recovery Console:

  1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive and restart your computer. If you are prompted, select any options required to start (boot) from the CD.
  2. When the text-based part of Setup begins, follow the prompts. Select the repair or recover option by pressing R.
  3. If you have a dual-boot or multiboot system, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
  4. When you are prompted, type the Administrator password.
  5. At the command prompt, type Recovery Console commands, and then you can refer to the commands that are listed in the "Available commands within Windows Recovery Console" section.
  6. At any time, you can type Help for a list of available commands.
  7. At any time, you can type Help commandname for help on a specific command. For example, you can type help attrib to display the help on the attributes command.
  8. At any time, you can exit Windows Recovery Console by typing Exit at the command line.
After you start the Windows Recovery Console, you receive the following message:

Microsoft Windows(R) Recovery Console

The Recovery Console provides system repair and recovery functionality.

1: C:\WINDOWS

Which Windows Installation would you like to log on to ?

(To cancel, press ENTER)

Enter the number for the appropriate Windows installation. In this example, you would press 1. Then, Windows prompts you to enter the Administrator account password.

Note If you use an incorrect password three times, the Windows Recovery Console closes. Also, if the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database is missing or damaged, you cannot use the Windows Recovery Console because you cannot be authenticated correctly. After you enter your password and the Windows Recovery Console starts, type Exit to restart the computer.

Use the fixboot command to repair the startup boot of your notebook.

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Hi,

Error Stop 0x0000007B can be related to viruses,hardware failure or a device driver issue.

Lets try this :--

Step 1- Insert windows XP disk and try to get into recovery console.(Can follow instruction displayed on the
screen)
Step2 - Once you login to recovery console, run chkdsk /p followed by chkdsk /r.
Exit the command prompt after chkdsk /r completes and restart your computer and see if that works,.

Step 3 - If it doesnt, try running a repair installation with windows XP.

Step 4 - Insert the windows XP disk, press enter to continue setup followed by press R for repair.

Step 5 - Let repair installation complete and restart your machine to check status of your computer.

Hope it helps !
Thanks

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Won't go past window xp logo


You will need to launch Windows XP Recovery Console..here are your to options you have to perform this to correct your boot issue..

Option 1: If you have already installed the Recovery Console loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); If you have already installed the Recovery Console, you can select it during your usual Windows Startup. To run the Recovery Console:
  1. During Startup, select Recovery Console from the startup options menu.
  2. If you have a dual-boot or multiboot system, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
  3. When you are prompted, type the Administrator password.
  4. At the command prompt, type Recovery Console commands, and then you can refer to the commands that are listed in the "Available commands within Windows Recovery Console" section.
  5. At any time, you can type Help for a list of available commands.
  6. At any time, you can type Help commandname for help on a specific command.For example, you can type help attrib to display the help on the attributes command.
  7. At any time, you can exit Windows Recovery Console by typing Exit at the command line.
uparrow.gifBack to the top Option 2: Starting the Windows Recovery Console from the Windows XP CD-ROM loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); If you have not preinstalled the Windows Recovery Console, you can start the computer and use the Recovery Console directly from your original Windows XP installation disc. If your computer is already in Windows and you want to add the Windows Recovery Console as a startup option, go to the next section "Adding the Windows Recovery Console as a startup option."
  1. Insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive and restart your computer. If you are prompted, select any options required to start (boot) from the CD.
  2. When the text-based part of Setup begins, follow the prompts. Select the repair or recover option by pressing R.
  3. If you have a dual-boot or multiboot system, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
  4. When you are prompted, type the Administrator password.
  5. At the command prompt, type Recovery Console commands, and then you can refer to the commands that are listed in the "Available commands within Windows Recovery Console" section.
  6. At any time, you can type Help for a list of available commands.
  7. At any time, you can type Help commandname for help on a specific command. For example, you can type help attrib to display the help on the attributes command.
  8. At any time, you can exit Windows Recovery Console by typing Exit at the command line.

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Touchsmart tx2-1025dx bootmgr missin


Please go to the link below to know how to run destructive recovery. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL LOOSE ALL DATA IF YOU RUN THIS.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00809678&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3860702&rule=27693&lang=en#RecoverOS

If you do not want to loose data, You will need a Vista installation DVD to resolve this issue. You may borrow it from someone.

Following are the steps:


Method 1:
Repair the BCD store by using the Startup Repair option
You can use the Startup Repair option in the Windows Recovery Environment to repair the BCD store. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Put the Windows Vista installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
2. Press a key when you are prompted.
3. Select a language, a time, a currency, and a keyboard or another input method, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
6. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Startup Repair.
7. Restart the computer.

Method 2:
Rebuild the BCD store by using the Bootrec.exe tool
If the previous method does not resolve the problem, you can rebuild the BCD store by using the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Put the Windows Vista installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
2. Press a key when you are prompted.
3. Select a language, a time, a currency, and a keyboard or another input method, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
6. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
7. Type Bootrec /RebuildBcd, and then press ENTER.� If the Bootrec.exe tool runs successfully, it presents you with an installation path of a Windows directory. To add the entry to the BCD store, type Yes. A confirmation message appears that indicates the entry was added successfully.
� If the Bootrec.exe tool cannot locate any missing Windows installations, you must remove the BCD store, and then you must re-create it. To do this, type the following commands in the order in which they are presented. Press ENTER after each command.
Bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup
ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old
Bootrec /rebuildbcd
8. Restart the computer.


Method 3:
Rebuild the BCD store manually by using the Bcdedit.exe tool
If the previous method does not resolve the problem, you can rebuild the BCD store manually by using the Bcdedit.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Put the Windows Vista installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
2. Press a key when you are prompted.
3. Select a language, a time, a currency, and a keyboard or another input method, and then click Next.
4. Click Repair your computer.
5. Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
6. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
7. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
cd /d Partition:\Windows\System32
Note Partition represents the letter of the partition on which Windows Vista is installed. Typically, this is partition C.
8. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit /enum all
In the Windows Boot Loader section of the output from this command, note the GUID that is listed for resumeobject. You will use this GUID later.
9. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit -create {bootmgr} -d 'Description'
Note Description represents the description for the new entry.
10. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit -set {bootmgr} device partition=Partition:
Note Partition represents the letter of the partition. Typically, the letter is C.
11. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit /displayorder {GUID}
Note GUID represents the GUID that you obtained in step 8.
12. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit /default {GUID}
Note GUID represents the GUID that you obtained in step 8.
13. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:
bcdedit /timeout Value
Note Value represents the time in seconds before the Windows Boot Manager selects the default entry that you created in step 12.
14. Restart the computer.

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Mar 24, 2009 | HP TouchSmart tx2z

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