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My laptop seems to be going haywire wont let liveonecare open to chek my computers status have tried system restore but it wont let me do this either please help

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Did you try formating the hard drive?

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My Sister bought a hp mini 210-307nr pc, HELP!!


The two main methods in which to take care of Status Oxcoooooof Repair Screen error message:



Advanced Fix (manual update):

1) Start your computer or laptop then log on as an admin.

2) Click the Start button then click Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and next click Restore.

3) From the new window, click "Restore my system to an earlier period" then click Next.

4) Select the freshest restore point in the "select a restoration date" listing, and then click on Next.

5) Then click 'Next' on the verification window.

6) Restart the pc when the rescue is completed.



Inexperienced Computer User Resolution (totally automated):

1) Download the (Status Oxcoooooof Repair Screen) fix application.

2) Setup application and simply click on Scan button.

3) Hit the Fix Errors button once the diagnostic scan is successfully completed.

4) Restart your laptop or computer.



Here is a link to another Status Oxcoooooof Repair Screen recovery utility you can use in case the above option does not work anymore.

Nov 26, 2012 | PC Laptops

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Cant do system restore


First,make sure that system restore service is already started. to check it,go to
Start->Run->type "services.msc"
Look for System Restore Service. if it's not started,start it,if it's disabled,enable it

Second,make sure that system restore is enabled for the drives you want to restore
Right Click on My Computer and select Properties->go to the system restore tab

Third,make sure you have enough disk space for all drives you want to restore.spend at least 200 MB each drive

Fourth,try yo do system restore in safe mode. when your computer is still in POST,press F8 button and then select safe mode. i'm not sure if it's F8,each computer is different

Aug 22, 2012 | Compaq Presario CQ56110US Laptop

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How to fix problem wont let me go into the control panel


If the control panel can not be opened, most likely corrupt the operating system.

Solution
Press START - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - System Restore - Restore my computer to an Earlier time - Next - example; on December 1st computer in normal conditions. December 2nd control panel can not be opened. So, you go back to December 1st. Click December 1st - Next - Next. Wait process is complete - Restart.

Note
If December 1st control panel in the error condition, you're back in November (see picture)

I hope useful.

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Restore points November 2011

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Dec 02, 2011 | Toshiba PC Laptops

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I have an older gateway solo 5300 laptop. I turn it on and it says missing hal.dll file. I tried to boot from cd but wont. I cant seem to get to any place where I can do system restore or anything. I am...


hey

see to restore ur system would be quiet tough for u unless u dont knw abt al files thre is only oneway which u can do just take out ur hard disk from laptop and connect it to other system as the removeable device then open ur hard disk and restore ur all files from thre which is imp to u

then put back to ur laptop and format ur system and install the new windows

let me know if still ur problem not resolved

Jun 10, 2011 | Gateway Solo 5300 Notebook

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Hi i let myu boyfriend go online i asked him not to go on any game sites and download from them., i come home and turn on laptop and it is soooo slow., it takes at least half hour to work and when i open...


Click Start
Click All Programs
Click Accessories
Click System Tools
Click System Restore

Use System Restore to "restore my computer to an earlier point in time",
i.e., pick some date/time before your UNTRUSTWORTHY EX-boyfriend started to use your computer.

This "time-travel" should work. Then, do a "full" virus-scan, to see if any viruses are still present.

Apr 09, 2011 | Dell Latitude D410 Notebook

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I have no sounds and when I open the control panel, there's that i have no sound device. I installed the driver, when it didnt work I reinstalled it, but nothing changed. what can I do?


  • Hi, the best thing to do at this point is perform a "System Restore." Try to remember the exact "Date" before the problem occur, or once you start the System Restore, ("pick a date going back more than 5 days"), check the dates and see if any of the dates seem familiar. Pick the closest date prior to the "Sound going out!" Type: in the "Start Search Window" from the start menu: system restore; scroll to find, and open. Follow all the instructions carefully, and be very "patient," you cannot use the computer in any way during the "system restore" even after the computer "Restart" the system restore is still running to "fix the problem." When the process is finish the computer will let you know if the restore was successful or not? Do what is suggested if the restore didn't fix it." "Hope it works out for you; if so rating the help will let me know, thanks."

May 14, 2010 | Fujitsu LifeBook E8310 PC Notebook

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My computer will not open any programs or cd drive wont open. When I try to open a program the command prompt screen comes up and then closes but the program wont open


YEOW... not fun...

Reboot ---> as soon as you see the very first opening screen (the manufacturers screen, BEFORE the windows screen) press and hold F8 --> the menu that appears will give you some options, choose "Boot in Safe Mode" --> When Windows loads, it will either give you the option immediately to run System Restore (or go to Start ---> Help & Support --> System Restore)

Either way, if the computer is attepting to open a command prompt from a normal icon, you have issues! Try to restore it first to a date sometime before the problem started!

Hope this helps!

-- RT

Sep 02, 2009 | Dell Latitude C610 Notebook

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System restore stopped working


Hello, Troubleshoot System Restore:

Some common problems that could cause System Restore not to work properly and their solutions include the following:
• There is less than 200 MB of free space available on the computer—free up some space on the hard drive by deleting unused files or images. 
• After rebooting, the restoration is unsuccessful—choose an earlier restore point and try again. 
• Restoration was denied due to non-administrator status—log out and then back in as an administrator. 
• The System Restore Service is not running—Open Administrative Tools, click Computer Management, and then click Services and Applications. Click Services, and double-click System Restore Services from the list. Verify the service is started and running. If not, under Service status, click Start and change the startup type to Automatic.

*Your vote is highly be appreciated. Thanks in advance. I hope this helps you. Drop me a comment if you have questions. I will assist you.

Dec 28, 2008 | Acer TravelMate 4200 Notebook

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System restore stopped working


Hi, Troubleshoot System Restore:

Some common problems that could cause System Restore not to work properly and their solutions include the following:

• There is less than 200 MB of free space available on the computer—free up some space on the hard drive by deleting unused files or images. 
• After rebooting, the restoration is unsuccessful—choose an earlier restore point and try again. 
• Restoration was denied due to non-administrator status—log out and then back in as an administrator. 
• The System Restore Service is not running—Open Administrative Tools, click Computer Management, and then click Services and Applications. Click Services, and double-click System Restore Services from the list. Verify the service is started and running. If not, under Service status, click Start and change the startup type to Automatic.

*Your vote is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Drop me a comment if you have questions or problems. I will assist you.

Dec 26, 2008 | Acer TravelMate 4200 Notebook

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