Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
I deleted aol while I also installed a new virus program. Office Depot told me I had a virus preventing the sound card from functioning. but, I also did not want aol. so, all completed, I restarted the computer. It booted. Usual with he option to press f1 to continue. Then, it displayed "no signal"
It might be your VGA problem try to insert it properly. it is located at the back of your monitor. the one that connect your monitor and you sysyem unit
Posted on Dec 19, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Your best bet is to reboot into safe mode and scan the system,doing this will help ensure that program doesn't start.If after doing this you are still seeing that program you might want to try doing a system restore,try to find one that is a few days older then when the problem started.Starting a system restore can not be stopped once started so take your time when picking the restore point.
Ps.you can run the system restore when your in safe mode,I'd say doing that would be your best bet so as to ensure that program is not running.
Hope this has helped,I'll check back in a few hours to see what progress you've had,good luck
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
NOT time for a new computer, unless the virus is in the memory and the bios and elsewhere such as graphics memory.
Contact Microsoft by phone and let them know that you need to use the C(ertificate) O(f) A(uthenticity) on a brand new hard drive to which you will install windows after the removal of your suspect drive.
If you are comfortable doing this, you already have enough info from me on the process and if you are not comfortable with the process, turn it over to a nerd near you.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
The monitor is probably working well. Windows is trying to tell you that "setup" needs to be performed, but likely the CMOS battery is failing and won't hold the selected settings. The time setting is wrong as well.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
"no signal" means computer not comunicating with monitor. Either a graphics card, or driver issue. I would have to know what mother board and power supply you are using. Even though your graphics card supports the use of two monitors, you may not ahve enough power to support it, either by means of your power supply not havning enough wattage, or *********** board may be burned out. Try unplugging one monitor at a time, and then try, one at a time, using each monitor alone in each of the HDMI slots, and see if you can run alone. Pay special attention to the bios POST (power on self test) and see if it gives any indicaiton of motherboard status. If you are saying you got a BSOD (blue screen of death) ...you should have a long error message to post that has a filename. It helps if you know what crashed it. Take that filename, and google it on another computer, and see what probable causes of it are.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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Boot your computer with your Windows CD-ROM inserted. When you get the 'Press any key to boot from CD' message, do so. (If you don't see that message before Windows starts, restart Windows, press the key you're prompted to enter for your PC Setup program, and change the boot order so your CD drive is first.)
At the 'Welcome to Setup' screen, press Enter. The R (repair) option takes you to the Recovery Module, which is useful if Windows won't boot, but it's no help with a reinstallation. Soon you'll be told that there's already a Windows installation on the computer. Press r for a repair reinstall or Esc to begin a complete, destructive one. For a complete restore, select your C: partition and press Enter. When you get the warning that says an operating system is on that partition, press c. When you are asked your partition preference, select Leave the current file system intact (no changes). When you're told that a Windows folder (or Winnt folder for Windows 2000) already exists, press l ('ell') to delete it and create a new one. Follow the series of prompts. When the installation program asks for your name, enter temp.
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