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HELP.No audio. and stuck in windows classic mode

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by kuia, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. kuia

    kuia Thread Starter

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    OK this is so desperate. my Brand new Toshiba laptop has got some problems already.i feel so bad,.,,anyways here are the problems:

    -my task bar is set to the windows classic mode but i couldnt set it to xp one(the blue one) cuz it just shows up the error message "Unhandled win32 exception occurred in scvhost.exe...

    - theres no audio,. aka youtube,windows media.,.anything with audio just didnt work
    i tried to control panel/audio. but it says no audio device and i couldnt change the volume cuz it was like grey and couldnt move it,

    -my last problem which is the most annoying is when i start up..after i put in my pass to log in, it toke soo long to start up,. like wow..it toke a while ..,.when i ctrl+alt del i saw that idle process thing has like 99 cpu beside it,,,


    uhh i feel so miseralbe i cant even sleep ...this all started after doing this"

    i downloaded vista inspirita 2 from crystalxp.net and installed it for a better theme but after it just went "blah" ....

    please make suggestions on any of those please do help

    thanks a bunch in advance.
     
  2. zabusant

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    Advice no.1, do a "System Restore"
    Did you have audio before?
     
  3. kuia

    kuia Thread Starter

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    yes i had audio b4. i couldnt system restore cuz theres like no check points...this laptops pretty new,.
     
  4. zabusant

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    Well, for sound - try reinstalling the drivers.
    But the truth is, if it's that new, think about doing a clean install of Windows. You've got the recovery CD, right? Just make sure you backup, if you've got any important files. Don't know about the site where you got the theme, but a lot of these kind of things ("free" themes, screensavers...) are bundled up with viruses.
     
  5. kuia

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    i dont think the theme was a virus cuz i had it on my desk top and it worked fine..
     
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