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Tried to reinstall xp but system has crahsed with message that " Disable or uninstall any antivirus, disk defragmentation or backup utilities. But I can not do anything as can not proceed beyond this screen.

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You could probably boot-up with a bootable win xp copy and do the installation from thereon. This way you would be able to bypass an running application's that stopping you to run the installation within windows.

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RECEIVING MESSAGE THAT I HAVE


You need to uninstall programs, simple as that. The size of the files is to large to back up with your current programs and that is why you are receiving the message, your best bet is to try and get rid of things you don't use anymore. That or just move some of them over to a flashdrive/ portable storage.

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Periodically (but rather frequently now,) when I click on a link such as "copy" or "history," the link stays on the screen. Even when explorer is closed it is still on the desk top...


May be it is because of virus problem, Scan your computer with latest updated Antivirus.You can try by using Disk cleanup utility, Disk defragmentation, Delete all Temporary file, Then Restart computer.Delete all browsing history and internet temporary file.I am sure ,It solves your problem.

1. Start >All Programs> Accessories>System Tools>Disk Cleanup
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2. Start > Run > %tmp% then OK.--Select all Files and Folders and Delete It.

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Re boot in safe mode if normal boot is not possible and run CHKDSK/F
DO NOT DISABLE ANTIVIRUS!!!!!!

That should sort hard disc errors out then download iobit.com and run the registry utility, that will remove more errors. It is a free ware programme and works very well.
Hope that sorts it out for you.

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How can i make my laptop work faster


Run disk defragmenter located on the system tools menu. You can also disable some startup items that run in the background therefore slowing your system.
To disable startup items:
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  2. Type msconfig and press Enter.
  3. Under the Startup tab there is a list of all the programs that start in the Windows Registry. By unchecking many of the programs you can speed up the launch time of Windows.
  4. You may uncheck everything but it is recommended to keep your antivirus checked to keep you protected always.config.jpg

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So to remove this type of Trojan/worm you need to:
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  2. Update the virus definitions.
  3. Run a full system scan.
If you can't get the antivirus to detect it, 1st start you PC in "Safe mode" and run the antivirus full-scan from there.
To start the PC in "safe mode", when teh PC is booting (before the windows loading screen, press F8 to gte the menu to select "safe mode")

If you don;t have antivirus, download AVG free antivirus or visit Microsoft's OneCare site for a freescan & celan.. Do not install an antivirus based on ANY pop-up message you see on teh web.
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Hi CAn anyone Help I have a Dell Latitude D610 When I start up I see the windows xp logo and then the screen go blue Its freezes with the following message... A problem has been detected on your hardrive...


You need to do the following:

test a different RAM module, even if this does not happen frequently a faulty RAM can give same problem.

The problem is more likely a defective system or a faulty hard disk drive.

Try reinstalling Windows, do a full installation with hard disk formatting (do backup of your files first).

If that still does not work, then the hard disk has a faulty sector, replace the hard disk.

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