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When I run cmd and go to DOS none of the commands work ie ipconfig etc? Ran cmd prompt in safe mode sfc /scannow /scannow did a preliminary scan and then posted the following message "Windows resource could not perform the requested operation". Running the cmd prompt from windows as an administrator and entering sfc /scannow results in the following message "windows resource protection could not start the repair service" any ideas?
This issue can be caused by corrupted user profile and system files.
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Are you logged in to your computer as an administrator?
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Does the issue also persists in safe mode?
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Posted on Jan 18, 2021
SOURCE: My compaq Presario V6000 will
what you are describing is the blue screen of death, meaning theres a hardware or software problem, try to boot into safe mode and perform a system restore, if that doesn't work use your XP cd, let it load the drivers and the ask it to fix the existing XP installation, anything that you have saved in my documents should be safe and the problem should be solved. If the blue screen reappears then you have a hardware problem
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: cannot get ip address from
Hi! Are you typing cmd in run (in start menu). If you want to check your ip address and can't see it through this way then open control panel, go to network connections, double click on local area network, then click on properties then click on internet protocol(tcp/ip) and then on properties tab, you would be able to see your ip add over there.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
could be a virus
do a system restore if possible to before the issue stated, then run a virus scan (maybe run an online scan in case your installed antivirus has been infected) something like housecall.trendmicro.com
If you cannot do a system restore in full windows, try it in safe mode (tap F8 during boot, select safe mode)
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
First off, lets try a few things. This will help us narrow it down:
The reason I say this is that your easiest solution may be to upgrade to SP3. The only times I've ever heard someone having this problem was also in SP2.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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