Many thanks on help, that you sent me.
I tried the ping.exe and came up with command promt options.
But I wanted to know to resolve the problem that i have got. Would a factory default sort it out, or is that the last thing to do at this point.
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If you are using windows, you are in luck! go to your boot menu when you are starting up the computer. These intructions only apply to Windows 7 and earlier. (Though you could always create another account in 98) so interrupt boot, go to recovery, try to recover, and then don't give it permission to recover. When it gives you an error message, scroll down to the link to the text file. Go to save as in the text file, copy the command promt, rename sethc.exe, rename the copy of the command prompt to sethc.exe. reboot, and at the login screen, press shift until command prompt shows up, type net user Username* and enter the new password, then login. Simple
<p>Today tip will help you to make your own Run Command (program shortcut) to run a program or a document directly. No more need to navigate the location of a program or document to run it, simply click on Start button to open Run box and type the programs shortcut name to open it directly.<br />
<p>Follow the given steps to disable the save settings functionality for desktop:<br />
<p>To use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.<br />
<li><b>Click Start button and type regedit in Run option then press Enter for next.</b></li>
<li><b>Now right click on App Paths and select New > Key, title the key and name it whatever you want your run command to be. In this case, we will try to create a run command for SecueCRT application.</b></li>
<li><b>New > Key > SecureCRT.exe</b></li>
<li><b>Now select the SecureCRT.exe folder and click right on (Default) string value then click Modify at the right hand side</b><b>panel.</b></li>
<li><b>Here enter the path of the program that you want to execute in the value data field. In our case, the path of SecueCRT application will be C:\Program Files\VanDyke Software\SecureCRT \SecureCRT.exe.</b></li>
<li><b>Now again in right side panel, click right to create a new String value with the name SecureCRT and its values as C:\Program Files\VanDyke Software\SecureCRT\SecureCRT.exe</b></li>
<li><b>Now close the registry editor and restart your computer after any changes to go into effect.</b></li></ul></span>
try to boot your computer in safe mode. when computer starts, press F11/F12 key to get this option otherwise you can find this from computer manual or from internet as per your model/brand of PC. also you can try to boot computer only on command promt option, might be this way it will allow you to go on to your hard drive C and then you can copy your restore disk files by dos commands to external hard drive or CD/DVD. also you can copy your data before you wiped out everything and restore system.
if nothing works then get ultimate boot cd from internet, burn on empty disk and boot computer from there. this will definatley lets you in and you can copy all data and restore disk. make sure, you setup boot order as boot from CD and computer will boot from CD directly.
you probably tried to run google .exe.. from start ..run ..and cause this is not a windows execution it can not be run from there ...thats all....if you want to update the gmail or something like that you have to download a valid execution and run the installer..
You probably have been hit by a virus that is attacking your Local Security Accounts Windows file and is using all your system resources. You may not be able to perform a system scan to fix this issue do to the lack of system resources. Now if you have another pc with a good and upto date antivirus application you can take the hard drive out of your computer and plug it into that other computer and scan it and remove the infection and while you have it in their go to the command prompt and repair the windows files by typing:
chkdsk E: /r
The E: is the drive letter of your infected drive you will know what this is when you go into my computer.
Also use a spyware program like Adaware that is up to date to scan the drive as well.
This all assumes you want to save the drive, Windows, and all your applications. Now if you don't care about those things then try a system restore to go back to a working point in your computers history.
Otherwise repair mode for windows will work also.
This is a solution i found at another site that i think could help you with your probem
If you still need help with this please do following:
Download and install TrendMicro HijackThis * Once installed open HijackThis by clicking Start > Programs > HijackThis and click the button labeled Do a system scan only
* Click the scan button in the lower left hand corner of the interface and HijackThis will quickly scan your system. * Once the scan is complete the scan button will now read save log. Click this button to save the log file to your PC. Once you select where you would like to save the file it will open in your systems default text editor. Typically this application is Notepad. Post the log here.