I have been having an online discussion with eagle338 yesterday concerning this problem. I was told I could get back to him to discuss further as the problem has not been resolved. I need further help on this matter.
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App Crash is often caused by issues in Windows Registry. To avoid entire system corruption it is recommended that you immediately fix App Crash.
- Scan for Virus and Restore Original Versions of Infected System Files. - Exclude Concerning Application from DEP and Firewall Protection. - Fix windows registry with Reginout.(Must) - Repair App Configurations. - Uninstall Recent Updates.
It depends on the system specs.
The system ram is the most important, your laptop came with 64mb ram, you need a minimum of 128mb, but 256mb should be the absolute min with XP, here are the minimum specs from microsoft http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/sysreqs/pro.mspx
you need to repair your xp by inserting the xp pro setup dvd and booting .
after you boot the dvd it will ask for press any key to boot
press the key it starts to boot and you will see a blue screen loading some setup files
after loading it will give three options and it will ask for setup or repair or quit
press enter, then press f8
it will search for any previous version of xp installed in your system(IMPORTANT : YOU NEED THE SAME VERSION OF THE SETUP DVD WHAT YOU HAVE IN SYSTEM ALREADY INSTALLED FOR EX: FOR XP SERVICE PACK 3 YOU NEED A XP SERVICE PACK THREE SETUP DVD)
MAKE SURE YOU THE SAME ONE
then after searching ,it will ask for repairing your winxp
and there you go it starts to replace all the system files but it doesnt affect your files or anything that you saved in your system no formating no changes just repairing and replacing it does
let me know if you have doubt :) thank you
yOU THINK?So just do this to confirm that you have done everything right.Do this right click on "MY COMPUTER" select PROPERTIES. Then click on HARDWARE tab and click on DEVICE MANAGER.Now from the list click double-click on SOUND VIDEO AND GAME CONTROLLERS.If you see an exclamation mark next to any device then it means that particular device was not set up correctly.Do this and let me know..And I will guide you further