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Makcalable

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  1. Firstly I would run a full virus/malware scan with your AV and then run Malwarebytes Free on a full scan in safemode because it is possible this could be a virus issue. Then; Run a chkdsk And a System File Scan - sfc /scannow from command line as Admin From the command line as Admin To reset winsock - netsh winsock reset catalog To reset TCP/IP stack - netsh int ip reset reset.log And/or ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew Are you piggy backing someone else's router? You may need to 'Reset' the router!
  2. Ummm maybe a daft question here but had you reinstalled windows vista and if so have you download and installed all necessary windows updates including .net framework updates? Did you format the new hard drive before use? I not understanding what you have actually done since the old hard drive died, need to know all you done prior to the hard drive failure....
  3. See here how to execute a program remotely = http://motevich.blogspot.com/2007/11/execute-program-on-remote-computer.html Also see here = http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553
  4. Try taking ownership of the file or folder in question, if that fails take ownership of the driver in question. Also have you tried in safe mode?
  5. First off I would follow this guide here to confirm that no virus or malware has corrupted and damaged your drivers = http://forums.windowsforum.org/index.php?showtopic=47822 If you could take a snapshot too of your 'device manager' and post it here just so we can see if there are any obvious issues. Also can you post full specs of your machine too and this way I can locate 'all' necessary drivers that you need for your machine. The most common manufacturer websites for driver is here = http://forums.windowsforum.org/index.php?showtopic=47207 Selected Graphics driver support websites here = http://forums.windowsforum.org/index.php?showtopic=47206
  6. Mine would be these below, Google Chrome MS Office - Word/Excel MalwareBytes Free NFOPad Ccleaner
  7. Something I haven't experienced myself personally but I did find this information here that might prove helpful - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-system/disk-boot-failureinsert-system-disk-and-press/0f20b8af-5d15-4f67-8831-51c546367043
  8. Well in that case I am going to say this is a hardware issue.... Have you replaced any hardware in your machine recently? Also check for an update for your BIOS also as sometimes this can cause issues and remove the CMOS battery to reset the bios.
  9. Maybe too late but you can take a look at this info here http://www.techotopia.com/index.php/Understanding_Windows_Server_2008_File_and_Folder_Ownership_and_Permissions#Effective_File_and_Folder_Permissions
  10. This is correct and the way it should work, reason being if you are selecting an option by 'keeping your finger on the tab or button' and then it changes it will just act as a rolling action and keep going through the available options that would possibly under your finger. Wouldn't make sense to have what you are suggesting in place and as any other touch screen you need to release your finger to be able to move on through whatever options.
  11. From what I can make out buddy this is related to your memory and your drivers but don't know what driver it is that is causing your issue. So it is possible RAM Issue and Driver Issue It can be helpful to use Driver Verifier; To enable Driver Verifier... start > verifier.exe > OK > Create standard settings > Next > select driver names from a list > Next > sort by Provider > select all non Microsoft drivers > Finish, and OK. Then, reboot and use the system as you normally would, and wait to see how you go. In the event that the system does not boot completely after enabling driver verifier, boot into Safe Mode and run driver verifier, and tell it to delete the changes!!
  12. perfmon /report isn't reliable for collecting data for bandwidth and really shouldn't be used for doing so IMO I don't know of anyone that uses the performance report for bandwidth data. To monitor your Bandwidth you should try this, NetWorx – Free Bandwidth Monitoring and Usage Reporting See Here
  13. Can you open up the Task manager go to processes Tab and stretch it so all processes are in view and then take a snapshot and post it here? I know you said you have done a virus can but can you follow this HERE and this one HERE too? Lets us know the results but before you do could you post a snapshot of processes first.
  14. Are you talking about processes or services? As for processes that is basically down to what you have installed and running on your computer mainly with a few other exceptions that should be touched. Now for Service you really need to be careful what to disable, you check out this site here and show a good few services that are safe to disable - http://www.marksanborn.net/howto/turn-off-unnecessary-windows-services/ Again if you are that worried that you may have things running that shouldn't be there then I suggest a Malware/Virus scan, you can fin the link in one of your other threads which I left for you there. Man you have quite a few issues going on don't you, is this the same machine?
  15. Check this out Here http://fixitwizkid.com/threads/how-to-set-disk-quotas-for-users.4560/#post-32915
  16. Have you tried running a System File Check? From elevated command prompt type in sfc /scannow Hit Enter and let it scan and see what it picks up and fixes, then type Exit then press Enter.
  17. You could try making sure you have the very latest Video Drivers installed and up to date by visiting your Manufacturer website or Vendor. Check your Device Manager for any obvious issues in there like Exclamation marks etc,,,, Might be worth you while running a scan for Malware/Viruses etc... See here - and here Also check your Event Viewer for any Error or other information that might shed some light on this issue What Browser are you using? If it is anything other than Google Chrome make sure you have the latest Flash Player Installed as there have been issues recently with older versions. If you are using IE9 and you have the X64 version then it is important to note that there is a newly released version of the Flash Player for the X64. Other things you can try - http://fixitwizkid.com/threads/how-to-identify-resolve-issues-in-windows.48/
  18. Try using something like speedfan it is accurate for temp readings and fan speeds. http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php What are your actual temps from speedfan also? You should also use the CPU Meter Gadget that is in Windows this also give true readings of CPU Usage and RAM Usage, I have found.
  19. You could have a go trying the Microsoft Windows XP Installation Setup Disks. Click Here Now I have never tried these myself personally, but from here you can purchase a Windows XP Installation CD if these are no good to you. I had posted them because it was requested.
  20. I think by default it should be labelled drive letter M though am not entirely sure
  21. You will need to Install Windows to a different folder; Run Regedt32.exe from the new installation of Windows > go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key. On the Registry menu > click Load Hive, and then open the System file in the original Windows installation location. By default, this installation is located at %SystemRoot%\System32\Config\System. Enter an arbitrary name when you receive a prompt for a key name in the Load Hive window. This loads the original HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE hive as a subkey of the current key. Change the value data in the AutoReboot value to 0 (zero), instead of 1, in the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\CrashControl Collapse the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE subkey and unload the hive. For more information on this issue see here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/174630
  22. Ok I would even consider following this quick guide here also for piece of mind http://fixitwizkid.com/threads/guide-do-you-think-you-have-malware-virus.144/ If that come back clear I would then Uninstall AV software and then just to run it for a short while whilst shutting down and restarting just to see if it is possibly your AV software causing issues, there have been cases of AVG, AVAST, NORTON, WEBROOT that can cause bluescreens in many circumstances. Anyway be worth a try ;-)
  23. KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED = http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/kernelmodeexceptionnothandled-0x1000008e/5bc2def6-083c-429d-8696-8423d1df3893 Do you use any virtualization programs on that machine? If so uninstall them because they are known to cause bluescreens occasionally. just a thought ;-) Also in the start menu search box type in MSCONFIG and under the general tab select "Diagnostic start up" and see if what you come up with. Also do the same under the start up tab, de select everything and then by trying out by selecting each one by one to see if problem persists. On another note I would suggest visiting your Manufacturer Website/Vendor for your latest Driver too. Make sure all windows updates have been downloaded and installed also. At what point did this issue start happening? Also may want to try; chkdsk Memtest+86
  24. I'm not sure this is a PSU issue, I have read previously on a very similar issue regarding these error codes and symptoms on it being 2 Audio HD Driver with ATI sound drivers?? Now it is just a suggestion but I would check your device manager and see how many of these drivers you have installed and if any I would uninstall them completely and see how you go from there. It seemed that the sound drivers were conflicting with one another causing friction with the machine freezing and crashing. Driver's in question are; ATI High Definition Audio Device High Definition Audio Device I also did notice that you had "Firestudio Audio Firewire Interface" and maybe with all 3 of the sound drivers installed....... not good. Just a thought ;-) If I missed something, apologies.
  25. You will need to contact Toshiba customer support as it seems your BIOS password which is causing you to get this blue screen asking for a password, it is a BIOS fault and Toshiba customer support can help you with this. http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp
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