No screen and no sound power and battery indicator is on but hard drive indicator is off
Hi after initial start up suddenly my laptop got hung. then again it started and i ve uninstall one game from it and while unistalling i ve deleted one .dll file. and after that after power switch put on it show blank screen and no sound only battery and power indicator is on but hard drive indicator is off. does that is a cause or some hardware problem?
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You can delete games by selecting it and holding left option button (VIEW) (the one with two rectangles) and pressing A and "unistall". The manual is digital and you can access it directly on console by opening application with "?" as icon.
Roll back system with System Restore. Win 7 - Start > Search type System Restore. XP - Is Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore. Now choose a date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.
Uninstall last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.
LOL, good luck using the disks. Most times they don't work.
Why not just create a user account with the friends name then sign on using the account you just created and delete the other user accounts. It will delete all your My Documents folder (music, pictures, videos, documents).
Click Start/Control Panel/User Accounts and select the option to create a new user account. Use your friends name to create the account then restart the computer. When it boots back up, log in using the name of the newly created account. Then click Start/Control Panel/User Accounts and select a user account to delete. When prompted about saving anything for the account select the option to delete everything associated with the account.
Now if you want to remove any programs after you've deleted the accounts click Start/Programs and search the program list for folders to uninstall. If it has an uninstall option, take it.
Any program you want to delete that is not in a folder in the program list or does not have an uninstall option can be deleted by clicking Start/Control Panel then look for Add or Remove Programs, or Program Features or Uninstall Program (just depends on your operating system). Open it and let it populate the programs, then highlight the program you want to uninstall by clicking it and select Remove or Uninstall.
Some games are so simple all you need to do is delete the folder it is located in - others require you to unistall it.
Assuming your using Windows,
1) Go to Start Menu
2) Go to Control Panel
3) Go to Programs-> Add remove programs or striaght to Add Remove Programs (depends on your version of Windows)
4) Select the name of the game if it is listed
5) At top - select unistall... ifit asks you to reboot - do so.
6) If it is not listed then it is a simple game you just need to find where the game is located - most likely in My documents somwhere - just right click the folder / game and select delete
If this helped you then help me please and vote kindly.
Start the computer in safe mode by pressing f8 as the first screen appears and selecting safe mode.
it will start slower than normal , and when it does , uninstall , not delete the program in question. if you just delete the directory, it will leave junk installed you dont want. Sooo unistall it from it's own uninstall program or from the "add & remove programs" section in the controll panel.
open your cd, then look for the "util" folder. open it up then again look for "ccc" folder. then look for the uninstall level 1, level 2, level 3, level 4. do first level 1 then level 2 then level 3. warning for HP laptops or desktops, do not perform level 4 uninstall because it will delete all the hp programs including the hp progrmas that are not related to ur printer and this will cause a big big [problem. if your laptop or desktop is not hp then you can perform level 4 uninstall
it's possibly a hardware problem but you should make sure it isn't a software problem by putting in your system restore cd and restoring the DLL that you deleted, it could be an important system file. If it is a hardware problem, the first thing to try is taking out your memory and sticking it back in place, make sure it's clean and put it in there tight.