Solved: win 98 web pages don't load all colors

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this is the device i get an error message in my control panel under device manager
because although this machine is working better than before. i still have two remaining issuesflashing ads on web pages and the picture quality, second the dsl loading only when web pages load. Also i tried to get the java vitural machine file but it doesn't seem to be able to be found by me
thanks for all your help
roy
 

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Go here and download version 5.00.3805 and version 5.00.3810 of Microsoft Java Virtual Machine. Install version 5.00.3805 first, reboot, then install version 5.00.3810.

Click Start - Run, type in REGEDIT, then click OK. Click the + in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE - Software - Microsoft - Windows - CurrentVersion, then click directly on Run. You'll see a list of entries in the right pane. If "mstask.exe" and "realsched.exe" are listed in the right pane, right-click each one, then click Delete - Yes.
 

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Thank you for the response.
completed that ..... screen is the same
Still a yellow mark in the control panel/ system by the scsi adapter
mstask and realsched were not found.
the only files that looked suspicious were
C:\LFGGKIQ WITH A EXE EXTENTION[ IT WAS THERE TWICE]
I did not put the above file name together as i didn't know what it might be



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What is the exact file name and its extension? I can't come up within anything.
 

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I still can't come up with anything.

Right-click(don't double-click) that file, then click Properties - Version(tab). What does it says about what the program is and what version it is?
 

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did that
It only gave me the option of
Key....... with the sub heading
String Value
Binary Value
Dword Value
S..B..andD were unlined

I did not click on these as i wasn't sure what they are
I could not find a Properties tab
 

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If you right-click on a file with an .EXE extension, then left-click Properties from the menu that appears, it will bring up a gray box - usually with General and Version tabs.
 

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the only gray box i get have the values from my previous note
String Binary Dword

additionally i have two run folders
they both have different files in them
but niether will allow me get a properties menu

roy
 

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Are you trying to right-click this file name in the registry instead of the file name in C:\?
 

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I AM TRULY SORRY FOR BEING SO STUPID
when i did as you instructed here is what i found
no name
type: application
6.5 KB {6,656 bytes} 8192 bytes
 

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i found the file with norton; it is an adware application.
I am thinking of replacing either the graphics card or the video cards.
Does majorgreeks have a testing program that could help identify what
actual component is failing? This computer appear to be running well except
for the picture problem and the up/downloads with the cable dsl input.
 

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Right-click the LFGGKIQ.EXE folder in the C:\ directory, then click Delete - Yes. If it allows itself to be deleted, it will go to the Recycle Bin. Reboot your computer afterwards. After your computer reboots, recheck the C:\ directory and see if it is still gone.
 
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