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Re: My comptuer reboots when I isntall the software
If after installing your camcorder in XP, the computer is Rebooting on its own, the you must get a Windows update.
This is NOT a Samsung Issue. It is a known Microsoft issue with XP. Run a Windows Update and download the update marked: KB822603, USB 1.1 & 2.0 update.
This will fix the issue of rebooting. Reinstallation of device drivers may be necessary.
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It sounds like a driver is causing the problem or a new software install, turn the PC on and when you hear the beep press the F8 key, you should get a start menu, select safe mode, if this gets you in use system restore to take it back to a date it worked.
Because if you change the HDD ussualy the windows doesn't automatically works. Loading the drivers and settings for another mainboard will make it CRASH. Put an empty HDD and reinstall WINDOWS. Ask for directions here
Your Operating System (OS) is corrupted. The best solution to this problem is to reinstall your OS using an OS installation CD. I would also recomend upgrading to Windows XP. You can upgrade by simply installing Windows XP on your laptop. Back up all your data before reinstalling your OS.
Try running on safe mode. Here's how you do that power on your PC press F5 continuously untill you see the boot menu and select safe mode. from there run the following: antivirus, checkdisk and spyware removal. hope it helps.
Microsoft developed the Windows Logo Testing as a standard for all software to meet before receiving a "seal of approval' from Microsoft.
Software must pass a series of tests in order to pass the Logo Test. However, just because a program or software has not met Logo Testing criteria, this is not an implication that the software should not be used or that it is not Windows Compatible.
Pass and Fail
Each test case has "Pass" and "Fail" conditions. A "Fail" for any one of the test cases for any one of the Logo Program requirements disqualifies the application for the "Designed for Windows XP" Logo.
Application must Support Autorun for CDs and DVD's
Application must Install to Program Files by default
Application must Support Add or Remove Programs properly
Application must Support new visual styles
Application must Migrate from Windows 98 to Windows XP Home Edition
Application must not require a reboot inappropriately
You can still use this software with Windows.