Computer crashes after updating to sp2
I have discussed some of them before, but I thought it might be a good idea to create a list of all known Vista SP1 issues to keep track of them.
Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts y/n" Say Y, press enter and restart the computer.
Than install Office and tell me please if it now runs correctly.
Once done, restart the computer and tell me if Office now runs i did what you said but no acer driver was downloaded - just a reg clean pro driver.
Again when I click on the link above it lists lots of different drivers for Acer - blue tooth drivers, card reader drivers, etc.
Every time your Windows XP shut downs properly, it saves your settings and thus records or creates a backup of the files and settings at that time. As the system reboots, press F8 quickly before the Windows Start up starts. Follow the steps below to rectify your problem : 1. Sometimes your system can be affected in such a way, that when you start your computer, as soon as the Windows Start up screen appears, the computer restarts.
You can fix your system by restoring these settings such that the os runs without any errors. This process continues in a loop resulting in continuous multiple reboots, none being completed properly.I installed this update before, but I didn't experience this problem.I just checked Windows Update and it was available again.Microsoft Windows XP users may sometimes face a challenging problem with their operating system. The Automatic restart feature is now disabled and your system should not undergo any problem henceforth.All of a sudden, when everything is running smoothly on the system, the user experiences an automatic system restart preceded by a blue screen that flashes on the display for mere seconds, so that it’s almost impossible to record what’s happening or what the error is., or due to cache and other Windows file that may incur a serious error. The next reason this problem occurs may be due to critical errors that are incurred by the cache files or other windows files on your system.We, in this article provide solutions for these different causes such that it’s not required to always format your operating system and reinstall it again. Now, this can be rectified in two different ways : #1. This restores your system with the most recent settings and files that worked and helped Windows XP to run smoothly. The system restarts and it is displayed that the system is being restored.