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About restarting on closing any program system ask for restart program

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This is because you the program is working on some command before it was interrupted. you either close it or restart it. this happen when there is overload on the memory. Don't panic its no big deal. good luck

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When i close the system configuration box my pc shuts down, why??


When closing the System Configuration, if any modifications were made, it asks you if want to "Restart" or "Exit without Restart" and there is a checkbox that says "Do not show this message again".
I guess you put a tick in that box and the clicked Restart.
And now everytime you exit if after making changes, it always remembers you choice of "Restart".
To get that option back, try this
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Status 0x00000e9


Many of the problems caused by programs lead to the emergence of the messages that come in shape
A fatal exception XX has occurred at XX.
Often occur, because the program on the problem of improper code required Processor Processor you make improper operation. Thus Windows displays this message to tell you so and ask you to tell him what it must do. In fact, these kinds of errors do not escape them and often lead to the closure of the program or you may have to restart the Windows operating system as a whole and therefore you will lose any unsaved data before, and you models for these errors.
He noted that in all the solutions that Snordha here we'll use the letter A to represent the floppy drive and the letter C to represent the hard drive that contains the Windows system device and the letter D to represent the CD-ROM drive, and that all the messages and solutions applicable to Windows XP and Windows Me unless stated one only.

Message:
A fatal exception 00 has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred because the processor tried dividing the number to zero which is the correct thing is sporty and therefore this letter appeared.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, if you can not close the program and then restart it again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
Message:
A fatal exception 0C has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred because one of the instructions stored within a certain part of memory called the stack (which parts of memory are reserved for programs to deal with the equipment and devices) tried to use portions of memory outside the specified part
Solution:
Try closing the program and restart your computer.
Message:
A fatal exception 0E has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred trying to access the data processor located on the Page page of memory RAM or virtual memory Virtual Memory, but discovered the absence of the page, or that the data has been improperly accessed.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, if the program can not switch off and then turn it on again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
Message:
A fatal exception 13 has occurred at XX
Or General Protection Fault
Meaning:
Fault of the same quality as previous mistakes, but did not specify why.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, If you can not do close the program and then restart it again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
All previous mistakes are supposed to occur at intervals spaced opposed, if repeated occurrence tried to determine when those errors occur, if they occur while the program is running, you may be able to solve the problem, remove and then reinstall the software again, or get a version upgrade him.
If you can not link between the error message and a program may be the reason why a file from the Windows system files or one of the device drivers Device Drivers, and test it restart your computer in the security mode Safe Mode, if you do not see the message usually be the cause of one of the players devices Thus you can access the latest version of the drivers in your device through the companies that produce them site on the web, and if the message persists often will be a problem in the Windows system itself, and therefore you will need to re-set the Windows system again.
Message:
System busy and appear on a blue screen
Meaning:
This message appears with the nature of the error usually as stated in previous communications with the program said that the cause of the problem is the system may be Windows itself, and ask you to wait until the system becomes less busier.
Solution:
Restart your computer, and if the error is repeated several times do to deal with him as we have seen in previous communications solutions.

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How do I reset my laptop?


  • Connect the laptop to the power adapter and close any open programs.

  • Click "Start" and select "All Programs."

  • Choose "System Recovery" and "PC Recovery." A screen with recovery options will appear.

  • Click the "PC Recovery" option. Click "Next." The laptop will shut down and restart. A "Welcome to PC Recovery" window will appear when the laptop restarts.

  • Click "OK."

  • Select "System Recovery" in the System Recovery panel. The laptop will begin and complete a reformat of the laptop. All saved data and programs will be destroyed.

  • Click "Restart" when prompted.


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    HP IQ770 TouchSmart doesn't load up or stay on


    Step 1: Disabling Automatically restart option to view error messages
    1. You can prevent the computer from restarting by turning off the Automatically Restart option:
    2. Click Start .
    3. Right-click Computer , and click Properties
    4. Click Advanced system settings .
    5. Click the Advanced tab and select Settings in the Startup and Recovery section.
    6. Remove the check mark next to Automatically restart under System Failure .
    7. Click OK to close the Startup and Recovery window and click OK , again, and then close the System Properties window.
    8. Restart the computer.
    Check if it happens again
    If it happens again do a hard drive scan(FULL)
    Download the latest BIOS update from hp.com
    Step 2: Reinstall Microsoft SATA disk driver solution
    1. HP Vista computers that use the Microsoft SATA disk driver do not experience automatic restarts. If you updated your Windows XP computer to a Windows Vista capable computer using an HP upgrade solution, this Microsoft SATA disk driver is available to reinstall.
    2. To reinstall the Microsoft SATA disk driver, follow the instructions below.
    3. Click Start on the taskbar.
    4. Click All Programs , PC Help & Support , and then select Recovery Manager to open the Recovery Manager window.
    5. If prompted, click Continue .
    6. Click Next to continue.
    7. The next window asks if you want to perform a program recovery. Select No , and then click Next .
    8. The next window asks if you want to perform a driver recovery. Select Yes , and then click Next .
    9. Click Next again to continue.
    10. Select Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller from the list of drivers, and then click Next . The reinstallation process takes a few seconds.
    11.Click Finish to restart your computer.

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    Ulead movie factory 6.o I cannot overcome a relink message any ideas please


    Do you have the Ulead program on disk?

    Go to Start>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs, and remove Ulead. If asked to restart your computer, do so. If not, close all windows until you are back to your desktop scree, and restart your computer. (Windows XP: Start>Turn Off Computer>Restart)

    After Windows boots back up again, and all your Start Menu programs, reinstall Ulead again.

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    I have a asus p5vdc-mx motherboard, but my problem is, everytime I open a sofeware I installed, my PC restarts! I'm having headache now...


    Shut off windows system restore. (A must do first).
    Update your antivirus software & perform a full system scan. When completed shut down your system. Unplug the power cord from the power supply. Open your case & touch the metal framing with your hand to discharge any static. Remove your system memory. Wait a minute or two. Re-install your memory. Close up your case. Plug the power cord back into the PS. Power up your system. Check windows for updates. Do not use the Express button. Use the Custom button.
    Download all security updates & look to the left and install any hardware updates as well. Restart windows after updating.
    There are viruses that attach themselves to *.exe files and they can restart your system. Running a system wide scan and pulling your memory takes any chance of a virus storing its self within your system memory. If this does not stop your system from restarting when opening a program. Uninstall that program. Restart your system. Than reinstall that program. You can turn windows system restore back on when you feel 100% sure your programs function correctly and windows does not restart its self. Create a system restore point.

    Hope you find this helpful.
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    Here are some steps to use MSCONFIG to force your computer into SAFE MODE
    1. Click on Start and then Run.
    2. In the text box in the Run window, type msconfig and click OK. This will open the System Configuration Utility program.
      Note: Do not make changes in the System Configuration Utility other than those outlined here to avoid causing serious system issues. This utility controls a number of startup activities other than those involved with Safe Mode.
    3. Click on the BOOT.INI tab located at the top of the System Configuration Utility window.
    4. Check the checkbox next to /SAFEBOOT and click OK.
    5. You will then be prompted to either Restart, which will restart the PC immediately, or Exit Without Restart, which will close the window and allow you to restart the PC manually.
    6. After the restart, the PC will automatically boot into Windows XP Safe Mode.
      Note: Windows XP will continue to boot into Safe Mode until the System Configuration Utility is configured to again boot normally.
    7. When your work in Safe Mode is complete, click on Start and then Run. Type msconfig in the text box and click OK.
      This will again open the System Configuration Utility program.
    8. Choose the Normal Startup radio button and click OK.
    9. You will then be prompted to either Restart, which will restart the PC immediately, or Exit Without Restart, which will close the window and allow you to restart the PC manually.
    10. After the restart, the PC will boot into Windows XP normally and will continue to do so.

      These instructions were written by About.com
      http://pcsupport.about.com/od/tipstricks/ht/smsysconfig.htm

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