I can be on or offline and my comp reboots on its own.Sometimes it will reboot only once but other times it does it over and over.I had my comp wiped out and everything reinstalled to see if it stopped doing that but it never helped.Please help me I don't know what else to do?
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Your computer just wants you to restart it!!Sometimes a restart is needed to complete some updates.Just go to your start button left click,look for the shut down tab,hold your mouse over it and another tab will open in that tab you'll see restart click that.the restart could take a few mins,as it completes some updates.
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1: Uninstall any unwanted programs.... (make
sure/Try to Clear your Hard Drive more than 50% as free) 2: Update virus software 3:Restart Computer IN Safe Mode 4: Run Virus Scan 5: Restart in Safe Mode 6: Uninstall Existing Driver Software From Device manager 7: Restart computer in normal mode 8: Start>Run> type %temp% and hit run. 9: Delete all files in this folder.... 10:Restart Computer 11: DEFRAG 13: Restart COmp. 14:Install Driver
>Troubleshooting for Error 38 The error message for this error appears as: "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory." This error occurs when a previously loaded driver is preventing the new driver from loading. To fix this error follow these instructions.
Reboot Your PC
Open the Device Manager and in the device Properties box, select the General tab.
Reboot is the term for shutting your laptop off and restarting it. as apposed to leaving your laptop running or in standby at all times. The easiest way to restart is go to the Apple
Menu in the top left corner and selecting Restart. You will be asked if
you really want to restart.
The other way is to push the power button once and it will bring up the window asking if you want to shut down or restart.
a reboot is always a last resort!!! a better option to remove a program is to access control manager by pressing ctrl, atl, delete at the same time. when the prompt window is opened look through both processes and services tabs for anything related to the program hit stop process then just go to start>control panel>add/remove program. if that doesnt work restart your computer in safe-mode. if its a vista hit the power button let it rest for a sec then restart it. since the computer was improperly shut down it will ask if you want to start windows normally. don't instead choose start in safe-mode when it starts everything related to radial point will be shut down making it easy to remove the program through control panel. if you still whish to reboot shut down your computer by opening the start menu and in the lower right corner select restart. when the comp. restarts and the logo appears hit f8 quickly (you only have about 5 seconds before it restarts normally) choose boot with disk insert your start up disk and the computer will restart and all non-default programs will be lost. radial point will finally be defeated but at what cause? at what cause!!!??
First you need to find out why its offline, it could be the printer is off or the connection to the network or computer is unplugged or loose or just a wacky problem when there is a power outage from time to time or you changed some settings and never reboot your computer.
Try going to Start > Printers and Faxes > Right click on the Phaser printer to check the status there and right click > properties >Ports tab > select your printer and then configure port. a port settings window should open which displays the printers name and IP address. You can also find the IP address on the control panel on the printer scroll down to Information > Printer Identification and the IP address and other printer info should be displayed there.
Copy the IP address and paste it in the browsers address bar and check the status of your printer there, check if there are any jobs waiting to print, try clearing all of them, check the status page to see if there are any issues such as low ink, etc.
After running thru trouble shooting options and help menus there if all else fails, restart your printer by powering down, do the same for your computer and restart them both. I've had these issues before and sometimes just a reboot will correct itself.