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desktop gadgets & toshiba flash cards

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by cheetalope, May 22, 2013.

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  1. cheetalope

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    My desktop gadgets will not load. I've read the solutions but unfortunately when I start my computer the timer spins continuously trying to load them and I cannot access the control panel or search box. I cannot access gadgets in safe mode. Any ideas.
    Also I get a message on start up stating that Toshiba Flash Card program is not working.
    Are these somehow related
     
  2. haycg

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    Are you using an antivirus ? If you didn't make the 3 DVD to reinstall Windows 7 back to like it came from the Factory go to All Programs. That's were their located in my Windows 7 HP These DVD can reinstall your Operating System even on a new blank hard drive.
    --- If your problem is recent try System Restore to an earlier date. Start - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - System Restore ----- If you can get to the Control Panel in Safe mode try - Backup and Restore - at the left top - Create a system repair disc. --- In the future you need to create a system image backup in Backup and Restore in the Control panel. I use Acronis True Image I bought from the Internet.
     
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