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Error Hi, When start the system error massege is comming that's - can not find script file "C:\documents and setting\quality\boot.vbs". with heading of windos script host. i exepting any solution from any body ells navin

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Try system restore

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CAPS WORK BUT LIGHT DOES NOT COME ON


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If you use the number pad frequently during your daily computer usage, you may want to have the "Num Lock" key enabled when the computer starts up. You can enable Num Lock automatically in two different ways: one involves modifying a value in the registry and the other requires you to create a small script in Notepad.

Activate Num Lock Through the Registry Enter the registry and navigate to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard\." Double-click on the value labeled "IntitialKeyboardIndicators," which has a value of 0,1 or 2. Change the value to "2" to turn Num Lock on after logon, "0" to turn Num Lock off after logon and "1" to disable Num Lock. Create a Num Lock Script Configure a script that runs to automatically change the Num Lock state. Depending on where you place the script, you can activate the script for a single user or all users on the computer. Open Notepad and paste the following code "set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") WshShell.SendKeys "{NUMLOCK}" Save the file as "numlock.vbs," including the quotes to change the notepad file to a script. Paste the file in the directory "Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" to enable Num Lock for all users by default. For a single user, copy it to their startup folder instead of All Users. Enter the BIOS Enter your computer's BIOS before Windows boots up to change the integrated Num Lock settings. Depending on your motherboard manufacturer, different key combinations allow you to access the BIOS. Common keys include "F1," "F2," "Del," "ESC" or "F10." Consult your computer's documentation for specifics. Navigate through the basic or advanced options until you find a section dedicated to enable or disable Num Lock on boot. Enable in Linux Linux is an alternate operating system. While the BIOS method may work for Linux, you can also change the process through the options if using KDE Linux. Navigate to "Control Panel" and click "Peripherals." Select "Keyboard" and select the option "Turn on" under the heading labeled "NumLock on KDE Startup."

How to Set the NUM LOCK State at Logon in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314879 How do I enable the NUM LOCK key for the logon screen http://support.microsoft.com/kb/154529

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When start system show error


Does the system boot up? This does not seem like an error that would stop it from booting up, just an annoyance.

Click Start/Programs and look for the RUNcommand. You might see it anywhere once you click Programs, or it might beinside the Accessories folder. Click RUN and when it opens up type"msconfig.exe" (without the quotes) then hit ok.

When the System Configuration window opens click the Startup tab. In theStartup Tab we are only concerned with 2 columns, the first column which is theStartup Items and the column that says Command. You can put your mouse pointerbetween two column headings and it will turn into a +, then hold the left mousebutton and drag the column over to the right to expand it so you can readwhat's below it.

Now everything has a check mark beside it. This means that everytime youstart your computer, these items have to load and run.
Start with the first item listed under the startup item column and look at itand look at the command for it. We want to find the command that your system is having a problem with the script file. The command is C:\WINDOWS\system32\FAantivirus.vbs. When you see it under the command column take the check mark off over to the left next to the item column and this will keep it from running the next time you boot your system.

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On startup cannot find script file 'cleanvirus.vbs'


May be you affected with a virus or missing some files...try to restore go to start /Accessories/System tools/System restore...try it

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My computer is not creating Restore Points... yes it's turned on... yes I know how to do a manual... but it disappears when the next Restore Point is created... can you help?


Creating a System Restore point using a shortcut For a more elegant way to create a System Restore point using Script in Windows Vista, check out our article Create System Restore Points Quickly using Script in Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Alternately, you may use the method below:
Copy the contents below to a Notepad document, and save it to a file name with .vbs extension (Example: createrp.vbs) and close Notepad.
set SRP = getobject("winmgmts:\\.\root\default:Systemrestore")
CSRP = SRP.createrestorepoint ("Created a Restore Point now", 0, 100)
If CSRP <> 0 then
Msgbox "Error " & CSRP & ": Unable to create System Restore point"
End if
Right-click on the Desktop and select New - Shortcut
Create a shortcut with the following target:
wscript.exe c:\scripts\createrp.vbs
Note: The above assumes that the createrp.vbs script is present in the c:\scripts folder. If that's not the case, change the Path accordingly.
Name the shortcut file name as Create Restore Point
Running the script To create a System Restore point, run the script with elevated mode. To do so, right-click on the newly created shortcut (Create Restore Point.lnk) and choose Run as administrator. When you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. A System Restore point will automatically be created.

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Loadig script C WINDOWS System32 scvhost vbs


your svchost file is been couruted or damaged, get ur system formated by well qualified engineer and first antivirus installed.

Jun 20, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Hi,
The fix for your issue is fairly easy if your pc usage skill level is intermediate to advanced. The step by step process can be found here:
http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/12/21/fix-error-80070002-when-using-windows-update-in-vista/

I would suggest if you doubt your ability to do this operation, it would behove you to get some one who is qualified to execute the procedure.

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Oct 18, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Can not find script file "C:\ntidr.vbs"


by alvin:
just go to command prompt, click run then type cmd..
after that type dir f:\/a/w if letter f is where your drive located..then you can see the contents of your drive ..you will see an autorun.inf...
you should delete that...in the same cmd window
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Script file "c:\Documents and Setting\Quality\boot.vbs".


I guess this is a Startup item on your computer and you can easily remove this from your computer by going in to the registry. But, before that to make sure you can try disabling it from the system configuration utility..

In order to do that, click Start -> Run -> Msconfig -> Ok
Click Startup tab and look for the entry boot.vbs..
Simply clear the check box and restart the computer..

Lemme know the result.. if it works then i can assist you in removing it permanently.

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Problem while starting computer


Hello..

TO remove this error messege follow these steps.


type "regedit" in run dialog box.


Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon"

There is a string value named "userinit".

The value of this key should "c:\windows\system32\userinint.exe"
Delete anything thing after this.

Now logoff and relogin or Reboot.

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you will need to repair windows as there is a system error. Change the first boot device in the bios F2 or Del on boot up to your cdrom save and exit and then insert the cd before you re boot. Allow the cd to install the installation files, but when prompted instead of pressing enter to install windows, press 'R' to repair instead, at which point your C: drive will be shown, press 'Y' to answer yes to the c drive that needs to be repaired and press enter and allow a system repair, no docs or files will be lost as you are only repairing not formatting and installing.

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