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Dont close task manager even all desktop background is black. 4)Click on File then on New Task(Run) in the box type:explorer.exe and click OK. right now, i'm concerned that adding more stuff onto the computer might make the search for my problem more complicated.at the office, we get our security updates all the time. If it is old and out of date, it is not protecting the computer properly.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - sorry for the delay by gbv750 / February There SEEMS to be an issue with the XP pro machine crashing the router forcing anyone who wants to use the network to reset the router by hand.Also at LEAST once his comment is here

Angel Claudio April 5, 2012 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email I have an error and I have done almost anything for it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It appears to me that there are many items that need to.... Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. This process usually does the trick for me.Why do all these silly steps?

When it says "press any key to boot from CD," go ahead, press any key and you're on your way to recovery. Do you have Media One installed? Jan 4, 2006 #11 hiptolick TS Rookie Topic Starter Uninstalled I have uninstalled the application. in addition, the fact that roxio, IE, qcd, and opera all crash from the exact same actions (that is, trying to download items or save data) makes me doubt that roxio's

but home computers are very low on the priority list, and the techies don't like to waste time with them. but when there's a problem getting to the office, i do use it for its real purpose. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. the cd drive is about the same age as the rest of the machine, 3+ years.

If I reinstall it I'll try and get you some information. technically, that's a lot of b.s., since everyone who gets a home computer from them uses their computers for private and recreational purposes. I do appreciate your reply. -Hop Reply Report beara- Nov 17, 2016 at 02:07 PM same problem here, just kept disabling things in device manager in safe mode and restartng, turns But seeing as this is a company computer, I recognise the difficulty you are in.

But the setup of the machine (Hardware and software) hasn't changed, with the exception of Zone alarm. okay, i have a lot report and ask about, so bear with me.first, the cleaning: my computer had A LOT of dust. EDIT: I actually unplugged the HDD (IDE & power) and the problem still happened when I tried to use the XP install CD Helpful +0 Report Hop Aug 7, 2016 at Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Let's try the hardware angle.

I use it all the time with no problems). If you are not sure, double click the icon in the System Tray and find its option to "check for updates". If Ok, allow windows to complete start up sequences.Shut down normally. You have to use your old ways for that.

Also, your's is already outdated. Among a few >>other things like hardware mixer and such. The string starts with "chunks.jsp?ipid=string. PC keeps rebooting itself and cannot even enter BIOS Computer keeps rebooting itself when trying to play in 4k HP Desktop PC Keeps Crashing by itself Windows XP Pro reboot itself

Let me know if you get any more crashes after uninstalling the driver. FIXED. to be addressed. Sometimes it happens when I am watching a video file, sometimes when I am using internet explorer but always random.

Windows XP has its own firewall and you can check whether it is turned on or not by going into the Control Panel. Windows XP Keeps Rebooting at Desktop... TechSpot is a registered trademark.

What Microsoft has never tackled is driver updates.

by MarkFlax Forum moderator / February 13, 2007 7:10 PM PST In reply to: re:firewall Sorry for the delay.Am I recommending your PC gets those updates? I will be swapping the card tomorrow with a lower grade ati card from another computer and see if I can get the problem solved, and even duplicated on the other Ask a question and give support. the metal and plastic inside was coated with it, and there were tufts of dust floating around inside.

Ads by Google 12 answers Comments are Closed Angel May 6, 2012 at 1:24 pm I fixed it thank you everyone it turns out that it was a shell corrupting explorer.exe When i disable the scan at 10pm, it doesn't crash. And it never seems to find the viruses avg or spybot catches. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 5 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions