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Windows XP, P-III, 733 MHz, 128 MB RAM
softwares get corrupted even in 10-15 days after the windows installation. messages dispalyas like windows has recovered from a serious error or registry problem. printer installation problem. only one USB is running over a hub of USB port. Kingston pan-grive is not working.
Based on your post/description, you either have a failing harddisk or memory. In either case, it may be worth your while to replace/increase your memory.
Printer installation may also be caused by the HD not copying/saving all the drivers/installation files or being corrupted after.
The single USB port over a hub seems to be a separate issue and most probably it is the hub that is at fault. A way to verify is by trying it in another computer.
I am not familiar with a Kingston pan-grive.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
You can try scanning and repairing errors on your computer which may solve some of these.
"START" - "MY COMPUTER" - Right-click on "LOCAL DISK DRIVE C" - "PROPERTIES" - "TOOLS" - Where it says Error Checking, click on "CHECK NOW" - tick both boxes then click "START" - Another dialog will come up saying "woudl you like to scedule a scan next time your computer is restarted", click "YES" - Restart your computer allow it to do the scan and see if some of the errors have been solved.
Also there is a peice of software you can use that has been looked and cirtified by Microsoft called "Desktop Maestro"
Download it and use that to see if it removes them you will need a Username & Serial number. If you would like a username and serial number contact me on [email protected]
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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