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Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Might want to do the same thing with your ram. I have uninstalled and re-installed the driver to no avail. http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-please-help.html

Is there any way to format a hard drive with XP on it, to make it clean so I can reload my system and hardware? Real annoying. Now, I've been using Google... My Norton AntiVirus is up to date. hop over to this website

To connect to the remote computer B on machine A, go to Start/Run and type the computer name of the computer (ex) \\[computername] or it's ip address (ex) \\ . Finally I just found you via http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f100/malware-removal-help-438072.html] and now I began hoping (please forgive my English!!). Your XP partition will show up as a non dos partition and you need to use the delete non dos partition option in fdisk to remove it. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

At this point an option to press R to enter the Recovery Console is displayed. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 02-18-04,07:57 AM #1 DREK View Profile View Forum Hi, just recently bought my Acer Travelmate 8204WLMi which comes along with WinXP Pro. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.

You mentioned you can not format a partition while windows is running. Rebooted the system and the screen was just fine again. Please help! Clicking Here Problem 1: Taskbar Everytime I restart the computer, the taskbar appears to have extra "dividers" (those dotted splitting lines) that I cant get rid of..sometimes its so weird that when I

Reply With Quote 03-15-05,04:58 PM #7 bob-dee` Guest Thanks for your responce, I am getting to the option to format, but that is where it comes back and says no. All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission. I thought that, this time, it was a VGA problem and I updated the VGA drivers. All submitted content is subject to our Terms Of Use.

So, check them with the help of rsop.msc at run or C:\>gpresult /h report1.html at command prompt. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=644864 I didn't know what to do and I rebooted. Please try again now or at a later time. Have any ideas? 30th Jul 029:18 AM #2 √úberJumper View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage View Articles www.relicnews.com Join Date Sep 1999 Location South Surrey, BC Canada Hmmmm interesting...

But, in the morning, when I started the system, the problem appeared again. this contact form Hi, I have on odd problem with 2 WinXPSP2 machines. This is a discussion on Two weird winxp pro problem. Quincux AA. 6th Aug 025:10 AM #7 huaidan Guest Yeah.

Two weird winxp pro problem. The official microsoft site usually hosts this but it seems to be unavailable at the moment so you can get it here:http://www.softnews.ro/public/cat/12/2/12-2-1.shtmlHope this helpsAaron RE: Weird WEIRD problem bcastner (IS/IT--Management) 3 In openGL compatible mode, I am unable to use FSAA whether I activate it in display control panel or not. have a peek here Watson Postmortem Debugger has encountered a problem and needs to close".

Any sugesstions. RE: Weird WEIRD problem bcastner (IS/IT--Management) 3 Sep 03 08:47 aaronjonmartin,Thank you.You are absolutely right.Strange, I used that link as late as Sunday.I appreciate the update.Best,Bill Castner RE: Weird WEIRD problem So, I went to its webpage and downloaded the drivers.

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It only took 5 seconds previously. Please help! All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-with-net.html This way may sound redundent but I've had better luck uninstalling drivers in safemode.

Make sure that your current installation of Windows XP is selected in the box, and then press the R key to repair Windows XP. Another issue i'm having is slow logons, and in the event viewer i can see error messages that the pc has failed to register with the DNS servers, and of course Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Setup. I unplug it and plug it back in and it works fine for 10 minutes or so and shuts down again.

When I say boot from the CD I mean set the BIOS to boot from the cd, put the cd in and reboot the PC. Check all the boxes on the left. I am having the same issue and it is definitely related to the latest Windows update...mouse acting very weird...like a phanthom double click...I close an e-mail and outlook shuts down...I delete I ran disk defragmenter -booting up takes just as long.

Is there any way to format a hard drive with XP on it, to make it clean so I can reload my system and hardware? Hi, First of all, I don't know if you know what my problem is because my english is not quite good but i guess that's enough to explain the issue. Windows 98 (Dos) doesn't support NTFS. I was using the 27.42 drivers if I remember correctly.

but the pc can't go out to the internet. (i'm using IE8). Bootvis is a Microsoft performance trace visualization tool which allows you to identify what is making your boot up take so long. On each computer, go to Start/Run and type CMD and press enter. That looks possible.Will get someone that lives close to him download the diagnoticsfor his hard drive so he can run it from floppy disk.

Any ideas on whatI can get him to try next. It's not the cd-rom that's I'm worried about (optical prob.), I got a new one yesterday.Since that day my windows xp would require more than 30 seconds to get passed to I would recommend downloading and running Ad-aware and Spybot Search and Destroy. In fact, reboot a couple of times and let it finish completely booting before you repeat.If that second mouse works fine, you can shut down and plug your current mouse back

Re-installed them and it made no difference.It cannot be a hardware problem, because the mouse continues to work perfectly with Win 98SE, Win NT, and Linux machines.I think, perhaps, the updates Are you refering to the "see through docking bays" on the mothership, Taiidan Support Frigate and the carriers when viewed from a distance? All rights reserved. If I change the network adapter settings of the M227 to obtain its IP address from DHCP server, the issue will be fixed, but the problem is that fixed IP address