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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Mim, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. Mim

    Mim Thread Starter

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    My windows operating system is not working properly. It's taking too much time to start. Sometime, after starting, internet connection isn't being connected. After restarting PC it connectes. Sometimes, after starting PC, a message shows that the windows wasn't shut down properly. Then some options come i.e. "Start windows normally" and so on. After pressing 'Enter' it starts.
    So, please help me.


    I use W7 as OS and Panda Cloud Antivirus as antivirus.
     
  2. w7pro

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    Have you tried running it in safe mode and then doing a system restore? Try that and see if you still get the same issues.

    -- Ryan
    Windows Outreach Team
     
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    Thanks but will u pls tell the procedure of how to do that?
     
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    mim, I edited out that url in your first post. Wasn't sure if you did it intentionally or not, but as I couldn't associate it with panda a/v, I've deleted it.

    thanks,

    v
     
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    When you're rebooting your machine, press F8 during startup and it should give a prompt to run it in safe mode (or an option to). If you're able to access it from there, you should be able to use computer without any issue (hopefully). While in safe mode, I'd recommend you back up any data. Following that, just type "system restore" in your search bar (in the start menu) and the options should come up. From there, it should be easy to follow.
     
  6. jakey8

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    Here's what to do,

    Step 1: Restart the computer and keep tapping F8 until it says Start Windows Normally, Last Known Good Configuration etc.
    Step 2: Select Safe Mode and a whole bunch of files will be there, before booting into Safe Mode.
    Step 3: Log On and click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools then finally click System Restore. NOTE: There is another way but I will put it in my next post.
    Step 4: Follow the instructions and System Restore will restart your computer.


    Jakey8
     
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    Now as I said in my last post in Step 3, I have provided a much easier way.

    Step 3B: Log On and click Start and type in the search bar " System Restore "
     
  8. Mim

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    @w7pro, Thnx, I've tried it and waiting for some days for reviewing it.

    @jakey8, Thnx a lot for your step by step procedure. It's made my work easier.

    @Valis, It wasn't intentional.
     
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