When i switch off my computer its ok but when i on it again it is showing messgage of "windows resume loader failed The last attempt to resume the system from its previous location failed, its asking me to resume again.plz help me i m using acer pc with vista os .plz help me a.s.ap.
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Re: window resume loader
Windows Vista doesn't shut down the machine by default when you press the power button. Additionally, if you look at the bottom of the start menu you'll see this:
The button on the left, highlighted here in bronze, does NOT turn the machine off in Windows - it suspends it, which requires power. When the battery runs down, the power goes out and you get this message the next time you start up.
Some laptops also indicate suspend mode by flashing the power light.
Happily, if you click on the little right facing arrow a menu pops up, one of the options of which is "Shut down" and this will bring Windows down properly and fully.
You can also change the function of the power switch (which defaults to suspend, NOT shut down) by going into the power options from Control Panel:
Selecting one of the above options will allow you to set the power button and closing the lid to turn the machine off fully, not suspend it.
There have been alot of problems reported with windows vista including getting alot of viruses i myself have experienced alot of the problems the best solution is the same thing i have been doing with other peopels computers and reinstall windows xp
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Nasty! I would try going to Start>Restart> OK Your computer is not actually turned off then. When it starts booting up again, tap the f8 key continually until you get a screen of text. Select start in Safe Mode and see if it boots up in Safe Mode. Then try and go on line and download the updates again.
If all that fails you will have to close down your computer and switch off. Wait 15 secs, cross your fingers and start up again!
just go to start button goto run type regedit and press ctrl F and then type vmm32.vxd and press find and if the file that type is showed delete the vmm32.vxd and press F3 to search again the if you find another file like that again just delete it and its finished restart your computer.
If you can't get into safe mode by pressing F9 during start-up you may have to reload windows. If you can get into safe mode, back-up data and reset the PC to the last configuration on which it worked. When you see the "Please select the operating system to start" message, press the F8 key.When the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, use the ARROW keys to select Last Known Good Configuration (your most recent settings that worked), and then press ENTER.
There is a known corruption problem with Windows Vista's resume operation, but I've not yet confronted it on a laptop. On a desktop the problem occurs when a USB keyboard is in use, and the resolution is to unplug it and make sure that you're using a standard PS/2 keyboard instead, but I am not sure if this will work on a notepad. It depends if the notepad scans for an external keypad at boot time. Try plugging in an external keyboard before you turn the power on and see if that works.
If it doesn't work, I'm not sure what to suggest. People who have had this problem appear to have tried everything from resetting the BIOS to reformatting the hard drive. If you try it and report failure I'll investigate the matter further.