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Cannot run any programs

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by toujoursjoyeuse, Mar 9, 2010.

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  1. toujoursjoyeuse

    toujoursjoyeuse Thread Starter

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    Hi there!

    I just bought a new, LG netbook with Windows 7 already installed. I downloaded an anti-virus program (COMODO) and an anti-spyware program (Spyware Terminator) and now cannot use ANY of my programs or applications. I mean it - not a single one.

    These are the two error messages I get each time I try to start a program:

    - "Not enough quota is available to process this command."
    - " Can't open this item. It might have been moved, renamed, or deleted. Do you want to remove this item?"

    I have tried restarting, removing programs (it says I do not have permission), and checking the quota allowance (it won't open the tab).

    Help! Please!

    Robyn
     
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  3. Rollin' Rog

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    Does the netbook have a "repair your computer" option on the F8 boot menu?

    If so use that to access "System Restore" and restore to the original date before anything was installed.

    You do not necessarily need to go through the F8 menu to access this, just run rstrui.exe and try it from within Windows to see if it will work there for you.


    http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/7728...-with-startup-repair-tool-in-windows-7-vista/

    http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/using-windows-vista-system-restore/
     
  4. Lozzy-loz

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    The instruction book should tell you how to restore to manufacturers default settings that is to say exactly as it was when you bought it.This usually involves pressing an f key while booting and then following on screen instructions.
     
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