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System passes the logon screen

Ok well it happened overnight my system goes past the log on screen loads my background image without any icons then a blank error pops up picture is here of what it looks like>>>> http://i36.tinypic.com/2gugjvd.jpg

i have a t3522

last thing that was installed on the computer were my configurations for an at&t modem i recieved from them i also ran a disk cleanup on it after installing my modem and my computer was never restarted after running it

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  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    Ive tried to boot it in safe mode but for some reason it freezes when listing im guessing either drivers or programs

  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    ok it went through i retstored it to before i installed my modem and now i get this "issaxe error" "An i/o operation initiated by the registry failed unrecoverably the registry could not read in,or write out,or flush one of the files that contain the systems image of the registry


  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    Thank you so much worked like a charm computer is back to running normal i restored it back by a month and now its running normal and will try the cccleaner :)

  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    ok wow spoke to soon lol i go and try and reconnect my modem to it and i think the system restore somehow took my drivers with it for my ethernet because now its no longer reading it and when i go to run>cmd>ipconfig its blank and instead of the 100mbps message i usually get when im connected im getting a 1.0 gbps message but no connection contacted at&t and when i use the at&t installation disk it reads it but instead of it popping up like it does on this computer its just a blank screen with at&t at the top of it and they said to contact emachine but there trying to charge me 1.00 a minute to speak with them

  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    also in device manager it shows my ethernet port then theres one exactly like it right below that has a yellow exclamation point on it and says kaspersky at the end

  • jeezy1901 Aug 30, 2008

    was using kapersky but it blocked my wireless internet so i changed it to nod32 and its not asking for an ethernet driver im just saying that when i did the system restore the cd wasnt displaying any txt when i clicked it and my ethernet port stopped working

  • jeezy1901 Aug 31, 2008

    "Lastly in Tools you have two options, you have a list of your programs
    and a very good uninstaller feature that can get rid of the most
    stubborn of programs that don't want to be removed and you have StartUp,
    In StartUp you can disable or delete a startup entry to stop an
    application starting with Windows, this is handy when you have an
    application that refuses to uninstall and the reason being is that it
    is running.

    To give you an idea, I have two items in the StartUp list on all my
    computers, AVG 8.0 (my antivirus) and CTFMonitor ( a neccessary Windows
    system32 application)"

    http://i37.tinypic.com/16kyfxc.jpg

    thats my startup list

    and program list -


    µTorrent
    Adobe Color Common Settings
    Adobe ExtendScript Toolkit 2
    Adobe Flash Player ActiveX
    Adobe Flash Player Plugin
    Adobe Photoshop CS3
    Adobe Reader 8.1.2
    Adobe Shockwave Player
    Adobe® Photoshop® Album Starter Edition 3.2
    Amazon MP3 Downloader 1.0.3
    Browser Address Error Redirector
    Can You See What I See
    CCleaner (remove only)
    DIG Game Manager
    DivX Content Uploader
    DivX Web Player
    DVD Solution
    Fiesta
    GameSpy Arcade
    Gateway Game Console
    Google Earth
    Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer
    GTK+ Runtime 2.12.1 rev b (remove only)
    High Definition Audio Driver Package - KB888111
    Instant Wireless USB Adapter
    Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
    J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 2
    Java(TM) 6 Update 5
    Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7.0
    LimeWire PRO 4.18.1
    Marvell Miniport Driver
    Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
    Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Hotfix (KB928366)
    Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1
    Microsoft Compression Client Pack 1.0 for Windows XP
    Microsoft Digital Image Starter Edition 2006
    Microsoft Money 2006
    Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003
    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition [ENU]
    Microsoft User-Mode Driver Framework Feature Pack 1.0
    Microsoft Works
    Mozilla Firefox (3.0.1)
    MSN
    MSXML 4.0 SP2 (KB927978)
    MSXML 4.0 SP2 (KB936181)
    MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK
    Newstart Client
    NOD32 antivirus system
    NOD32 FiX
    OTOY
    Outspark Launcher
    Overball
    Panda ActiveScan
    Pidgin
    Pinnacle InstantCD/DVD Suite
    Power2Go 4.0
    PowerDVD
    Realtek High Definition Audio Driver
    Recovery Software Suite eMachines
    Registry Mechanic 7.0
    Rhapsody Player Engine
    Sandlot Games Client Services
    Sandlot Games Client Services 1.2.2
    Secret of the Solstice
    Soft Data Fax Modem with SmartCP
    Solid State ION Internet Explorer Plugin
    Super Collapse! 3
    Symantec Technical Support Web Controls
    System Requirements Lab
    Viewpoint Media Player
    Virtools 3D Life Player
    WildTangent Web Driver
    Windows Backup Utility
    Windows Installer 3.1 (KB893803)
    Windows Internet Explorer 7
    Windows Live Favorites for Windows Live Toolbar
    Windows Live installer
    Windows Live Mail
    Windows Live Messenger
    Windows Live OneCare Family Safety
    Windows Live Photo Gallery
    Windows Live Sign-in Assistant
    Windows Live Toolbar
    Windows Live Writer
    Windows Media Format 11 runtime
    Windows Media Player 11
    WinRAR archiver
    Yahoo! Browser Services
    Yahoo! Install Manager
    Yahoo! Internet Mail
    Yahoo! Messenger
    Yahoo! Toolbar
    Zoo Tycoon 2



  • jeezy1901 Sep 01, 2008

    i noticed that when i used ccleaner that my documents shortcut in my start menu is now going to a windows installer box when i double click my documents

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Keep tapping the F8 key while you boot your machine, hopefully you will get a black screen with some white writting on it.
Using the up and down arrows select Boot Safe Mode without Networking.
Once you boot into safe mode go to programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and follow the wizard to restore your machine back to a time and date before you installed the modem software.

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  • Richard Finch Aug 30, 2008

    Look on the side of your machine at the COA sticker (Microsoft), this is going to tell you exactly what version of XP is installed on your machine (probably XPHome with Service Pack 1 or 2)

    Now download and install CCLeaner from www.ccleaner.com this is a great utility for cleaning up your machine.

    First clean up Windows temporary files, this will get rid of any useless files hanging about that may be causing problems.

    Second do a registry clean, hopefully that will delete the bad registry entry you have.

    Lastly in Tools you have two options, you have a list of your programs and a very good uninstaller feature that can get rid of the most stubborn of programs that don't want to be removed and you have StartUp, In StartUp you can disable or delete a startup entry to stop an application starting with Windows, this is handy when you have an application that refuses to uninstall and the reason being is that it is running.

    To give you an idea, I have two items in the StartUp list on all my computers, AVG 8.0 (my antivirus) and CTFMonitor ( a neccessary Windows system32 application)

  • Richard Finch Aug 30, 2008

    Let me know how you get on with CCLeaner.

    Branded machines like Emachines, Dell, HP and whatever come bundled with a right load of rubbish you don't need, if you need any help sifting through the "bloated, sell you all they can preloaded garbage" let me know.

  • Richard Finch Aug 30, 2008

    You don't need drivers for that modem> All ATT are doing when they ask you to use their CD is install their branded software that you don't need.

    I am guessing this is a DSL or ADSL modem, just connect the modem using the CAT5 cable and make sure it connected to the phone line, don't forget the filters, and plug the power supply in.

    Go to Control Panel>Internet Options and follow the wizard to setup a connection, as you follow the wizard select a dsl connection that is alwyas on and do as much as you can manually, ignore all the email and ISP selection.

    Your username and password should be already in the modem. IF NOT, we will have to either run the install CD (not a good idea) or get the username and password from ATT and manually put them in.

  • Richard Finch Aug 30, 2008

    "also in device manager it shows my ethernet port then theres one exactly like it right below that has a yellow exclamation point on it and says kaspersky at the end"



    Right click and uninstall it, restart your machine and it should be gone.

    Are you using Kapersky antivirus?

  • Richard Finch Aug 30, 2008

    The drivers for your ethernet port will be in the system32 folder of Windows, right click on the ethernet card and select reinstall driver, update driver or roll back driver, anyone of those options should repair the drivers of your ethernet card.

    Use CCLeaner to trawl through and get rid of any left overs of Kapersky that weren't removed when you uninstalled it.

  • Richard Finch Sep 01, 2008

    In StartUp, disable (not delete) everything except:

    ctfmon.exe

    nod32kui



    Now go to www.malwarebytes.org and download the free version of malwarebytes and run it on your machine.

    Malwarebytes is one of the best malware scanners on the market at the moment, if you have any nasties (I notice you use utorrent) malwarebytes will get rid of them.

    There is nothing wrong with utorrent its the **** that comes with it is the problem.

  • Richard Finch Sep 01, 2008

    Do me a favour, contact me via email. I think you need to run a different type of scan on your machine and here is not really the place to deal with it.



    rjfvillarosa at gmail dot com

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