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My notebook can't get in to windows,cause always show a startup repair and after can't repair it always shutdown by self.plese help me.thanx

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Corrupted hard drives can cause this problem. If you have a windows xp cd, you can fix this by booting from the windows xp cd, then select Repair on the menu. And when you are presented in the command prompt, type

chkdsk c: /f

and then press Enter, assuming that your OS will be in the drive C:

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Disable auto shutdown


Restart the Computer and keep tapping the F8 key till you see the advance boot options, You should be tapping the key as soon as you see the manufactures screen. Once you get the advance boot options -> Select the option which says Disable Automatic Startup on System Failure.
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ALSO ON START UP START PRESSING F8 TO GET INTO DOS MODE TELL THE COMPUTER NOT TO AUTO RESTART THEN APPLY THE CHANGES AND BOOT FROM DOS LAST WORKING CONFIGURATION.....OR RESTORE YOUR SYSTEM TO EARLIER TIME

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A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down


What windows are you using? This is often caused by a failing service or corrupt program, or damaged system file.
A simple way to fix/replace damaged file. Start button > run > type sfc /scannow
This requires a i386 folder on your computer or a recovery disk or windows installaiton disk.
If this doesn't repair the problem, turn off all programs in startup (start button > run > type msconfig > click on startup tab > disable everything > restart.
If this doesn't fix the problem Determine what program start the problem.
If you need more time click start button > run > type shutdown -a > this will abort the shutdown.

Also run cleanup - open my computer, right click on the c drive, select properties, click disk cleanup

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Windows says it is shutting down but after 30 minutes nothing hap


What is happening is you have an application that is not unloading from your memory so windows won't shutdown. What you can do to resolve this is go to start menu, run, then type msconfig, click the startup tab and it will show you all applications that start when your PC starts. Try unchecking some applications they you will not need at startup (such as adobe, quicktime, msn) until you find which program is causing you to not be able to shutdown.

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Automatic shutdown, crashing applications & no startup repair


Yes, sounds like some of you applications may have become corrupted. It happens over time. Find the backup program if XP >start>accessories>system tools>backup on Vista just type "backup" in the start box. You will see and option to back up all of your docs., email, web favorites, etc. Back them up then use the Windows disc reload the operating system You will also, have to reload your applications. That will take care of it. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions. Don't forget to rate this solution with 4 stars before you log out.

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Keyboard will not fuction


have you tried to press reset on transmitter
and reset on usb ( if available )
when you change batteries always shutdown first
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Feb 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My HP Pavilion not started (no power)


incorrect shutdown with low battery will always cause problems....
first of all youre gonna have to put some charge into the battery...
then..press the power button to startup and wait for activity...lights , sounds etc..then press and hold power button until you hear pc shutdown.then restart...you may have to choose startup in option screen like start with last good config etc but now it will be back on.

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For solving blue screen error


HP Notebook PCs - "Windows Unsafe or Sudden Shutdown" Blue Screen Error Occurs During Startup or Boot

Description
Windows XP may not start and the following error message may appear on a blue screen:
Windows Unsafe or Sudden Shutdown
This error occurs after Windows was not shutdown using a safe method. The notebook may have been turned off without clicking Shut Down or briefly pressing the computers Power button. The power may have been suddenly disconnected from the computer or the Power button may have been held for more than 5 seconds.
An unsafe shutdown can damage some of the Windows system files, preventing the computer from starting properly.
Solution
If the error occurs allow the operating system to complete a check of the hard disk. Windows will prompt your to run CHKDSK. CHKDSK scans the hard drive for damaged files and repairs the files if necessary. The scan may take up to an hour depending on the size of the hard drive and the number of damaged files. The computer will restart when the scan is complete and Windows should start normally.
If Windows will not start or the computer will not boot after the scan is complete see: HP Notebook PCs - Troubleshooting a Startup or No Boot Problem (In English)

use the link to know how to use recovery option with hp laptop
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/fastFaqLiteDocument?lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&product=18703&docname=c00608578#
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HP NX9010 automatically shutdown


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