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First thing you have to do is format the hard drive on your notebook Then get a cd of Windows to install on the freshly formatted hard drive Just pop the cd in the drive and then wait for it to load then press any key to boot from the drive to start the installation of Windows OS.
When windows tries to fire up, does it ask you whether to boot up in safe mode or normal (would be a black and white MS DOS screen with no mouse functions)? If not, you need to reboot your computer and go into boot options. There should be a little comment line in one corner of the screen before windows loads that says something like F2 Setup F12 Boot Menu. Do you get that once it has begun trying to execute windows?
isnt there a quik boot option in the bios?,look at your system info in windows,rt.click my computer and hit properties,is your processor speed correct,and your ram memory all there.?should be a number divisible by 64,if its not and your missing 10 or 15 meg. one of your ram sticks is loose or failing,pop them out and reseat them,seems to help some of the time,hope this helps ,let me know more details
I have heard of IE7 causing some problems with resource hogging - if you don't absolutely need it, the best thing to try is to uninstall IE7 and see if that fixes the problem. If it doesn't, leave another comment on this ticket and we can try something else.
Try to remove that on the boot.ini on your system.
You can do that by following this.
1.Click Start>Run>type "msconfig" (without the "") then press enter, On the new window that will comes up that is the msconfig window.
2. uncheck the EABServ.exe on the startup or on the boot.ini. then click apply and restart. I'm not sure if the EABServ.exe is a virus or a malicious file that is not recognize by your antivirus but I know its not a microsoft application.
You probably don't have the software installed. Go to the dvd mfgr's website and download the driver. Often, windows will not install the correct one. Does the unit have power?...does it light up when you boot? If not, the problem is not the driver.
i would suggest that you restore your pc back to a previous date and see if the 30 second freeze ups go away.
This has happened on a few of pc's i have had, but the reason i put it down to was a corrupt windows update or one of window malicious viral scans.
Go to start>programmes>accesories>system tools and select system restore.
When opened up choose a date previous to when this started happening or choose a date before the last updates or system check, only dark lettered dates can be restored the greyed out dates cannot.