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For index repair we use Disk Warrior, which has been mentioned. A program error. I would like some help please. (-: nek8 months ago I bought a brand new PC made by HP. Author01i6 years ago from Eastbourne, East SUssex, EnglandI assume that when you tested the RAM individually, the CPU was at the normal clock speed?Have you tried leaving the CPU at full http://zuneuser.com/help/help-slew-of-viruses.php

You should run through the various suggested checks to see if they resolve the issue, it will usually related to recent installed or upgraded software or drivers, HDD or RAM.I suggested If you are able to boot to it successfully, you can try again to run Disk Utility from Applications->Utilities and to verify/repair the hard drive. Then hit Enter. Doh. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-viruses-shut-down-2-hds-cant-boot.775850/

Ended up being the RAM.Thanks :D Oldandintheway5 years ago 01i, thanks for the info, much appreciated. facebook.com/timmy.sloane

i want the source code of newfolder.exe virus.can you please help me for that??

Sorry, I no longer use instructables. Last, Below are thumbs of 1) the blue error screen, 2) the AVG infections found and 3) the AVG vault.

Cause Sometimes there's BSOD, sometimes simply "driver had crashed and should restart". Go to BIOS settings and change the SATA to IDE or any other. Remove every thing else if possible any USB network card modem etc. Although if the network administrators are illiterate you could use a boot-kit to login to the administrator account; though this procedure would be easily blocked.

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Matt5 years ago Quick update, just for the record. To pinpoint the most common problems, we picked the brains of senior technical-support officials at Alienware, Dell, Lenovo, and Toshiba. Have you tried replacing the cmos battery? Even though most laptops ship with the latest driver files, some systems will be outdated by the time the machine is sold.

Although the accounts we logged into had administrator rights over the computer, we did not have network administration rights. https://books.google.com/books?id=vQIAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA56&lpg=PA56&dq=Help+-+Viruses+Shut+Down+2+HDs+-+Can't+Boot&source=bl&ots=SzuU4xdftd&sig=eeSEFpM_-fBwOqA0dmbTrvM_3rA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW0sfMktnRAhVk5IMKHXmkDJgQ6AE The usb stick caused the error. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. XP does not come with them already but vista and 7 do.

after a bit more scanning it gives a report. Reply to thread Reply with quote Complain cspringer OP • Forum Pro • Posts: 19,632 Also tried... It's going to be really hard to disgnose further without replacement components.However. I'd been getting this error off and on and had no idea what it meant, so I'm really glad I decided to look on hubpages.

setup can't get to the CDRom drive. Every computer generates lots of heat, but laptops are especially susceptible to overheating due to their small size and lack of ventilation. It seemed to be a loose SATA cable at the hard drive end. this content do you ge any further than this? (I dont want to make a silly impression on you but please give the exact point)JohnnyWB Reply Reply with quote Complain cspringer

The instructions for starting in Safe Mode with Command, V and Shift worked for me! You then have a dual boot system where you can either boot into the recovery console or XP. Replacement keyboards are usually covered under warranty or can be purchased relatively cheaply. Dell, for example, sells them for $15 to $25.

Virus or Spyware Infestation Symptom: Excessive pop ups, slow downloads   Solution: Install antispyware programs, use free virus scans   Nothing can cripple your system like malware.

Guillaume the Conqueror5 years ago Install Linux/Ubuntu.Honestly, i am running a 64 bit piece of shit acer that my gf bought about 13 months ago. I did find something interesting last night. Advertisement Recent Posts Can add files to microSD card... :z: replied Feb 10, 2017 at 9:10 AM NET Runtime version... Can I assume that the fix didn't work?

I dis-assembled the computer tompletely,cleaned the board carefully with some alcohol, then cleaned out the dust from the heatsink and found out that there was no thermalpaste left on the Processor, The RAM chips generally sit next to each other in parallel slots on the motherboard. Will an old film camera still work even when not used in a very long time? If the problem persists, you are left with an issue that is too complicated to troubleshoot by following an online guide.

This can be done by touching something metallic, like a radiator or the metal case of your PC when it is plugged in but not turned on. Thanks a lot for the info. :) glen4 years ago i have tried everything suggested but i cannot to do the chdiscs but all i get is the blue screen when He can either change the mode, hopefully to IDE, the load the OS again, load the AHCI driver and change to it, or load the driver during OS install either by I have disconnected the other hard drives.HD, DVD, mouse, keyboard, video card, ram, processor installed.Bios is set to 1st boot DVD, 2nd boot HD.I have to try several times before getting

I've never had to reset it...any advice or links you recommend? We also had a freeze-state process that reverted the computer back to its original state at every start-up. The pixels usually remain green or red without lighting up properly with the other pixels on the display. I will wait for instructions.

Hopefully it will as simple as a a loose sata connection again. Never had another issue.That's my say, just a fortunate guess in my mind of what should better my situation which also worked for that too.To temp fix my prob I ran try that, I had a problem similar to that before cant enter the windows, but when I chose the safe mode it did you can copy your files if youve entered But I m not guaranteed for any solution.

I can't boot into anything so hopefully the new XP drive will recognize the new hardware/mobo...I've done this dozens of times over the years and never had a problem as others I'm doing the chkdsk scan now, but so far it hasn't found anything.Could the outdated drivers do it?I only know a little bit about CompSci. Thanks! if anyone could help that would be a big help.

Did startup repair again. hard disc drive, USB webcam, etc.). hubert4 years ago Yeah!!finally fixed it.Just had one defect ram stick, so I just booted up windows time after time with a single ram stick to test which one was defect, That is, when either HD is booting, the Windows 2000Pro logo screen comes up but when it changes to a blue screen where the >Windows is Starting Up< box appears, the