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some steps to determine device causing problem research an error message,check logs in event viewer
two things to always check first with hardware problems check cable connection and the log file
secondary logon running the application with admin privileges
ask to reproduce the problem you watch what the result is
if the application has never worked
sfc.exe system file checker command
c:/r checkdisk command
three startup stages of boot before the progress bar
three startup stages of boot after the progress bar and beforee logon
three startup stages of boot after logon
fixing problems caused by hardware msinfo32.exe
fixing problems caused by hardware research an error mesage
fixing problems caused by hardware check logs in event viewer
fixing problems caused by hardware use vista problem reports and solutions
fixing problems caused by hardware xp error reporting window
fixing problems caused by hardware check reliability and performance monitor
fixing problems caused by hardware consider recent changes
investigate device and drivers to discover source check simple things first
investigate device and drivers to discover source check that the device manager recognizes the device with no errors or warnings
investigate device and drivers to discover source check that bios setup recognizes the device with no errors
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service update the device driver
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service update windows
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service try moving the device to a different port
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service try reinstalling the device
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service try moving the device to a different pc
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service use system restore
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service check documentation
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service search internet for help
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service boot into safe mode
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service use system file checker
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service check application using device
steps to follow when solving a device driver or service replace the device
fixing problems caused by applications interview the user and backup the data
fixing problems caused by applications user reproduce the problem
fixing problems caused by applications use task manager to end a process that is not responding
fixing problems caused by applications try reboot
fixing problems caused by applications suspect a virus
fixing problems caused by applications allow windows to provide a solution
fixing problems caused by applications try a windows update
fixing problems caused by applications use setup cd to repair the problem
fixing problems caused by applications consider data corruption
fixing problems caused by applications uninstall and reinstall the application
fixing problems caused by applications use system restore
BIOS error messages that was able to find hard drive but couldnt read what was written on the drive invalid boot disk
BIOS error messages that was able to find hard drive but couldnt read what was written on the drive inaccessible boot device
BIOS error messages that was able to find hard drive but couldnt read what was written on the drive invalid drive specification
BIOS error messages that was able to find hard drive but couldnt read what was written on the drive invalid partition table
BIOS error messages that was able to find hard drive but couldnt read what was written on the drive cant find bootmgr
before the progress bar appears stage 1 is the screen blank
before the progress bar appears stage 1 does the computer appear to have power
before the progress bar appears stage 1 does an error message appear before vista starts
before the progress bar appears stage 1 can startup access the hard drive
advanced boot options safe mode
chkdsk c:/r checkdisk command
c:\windows\system32\logfiles\srt\srttrail.txt log file kept by the startup repair process of windows re
recover from a corrupted vista install complete pc backup available
recover from a corrupted vista install complete pc backup not available and data backups available on hard drive
recover from a corrupted vista install complete pc backup AND data backup not available
after the progress bar appears and before logon kernel loaded successfully
after the progress bar appears and before logon session manager running in user mode
after the progress bar appears and before logon possible corrupted driver or service that is started after the kernel has finished its part of the boot
after windows logon problems cause by applications and or services configured to launch at startup
after windows logon shortcuts in startup folders,scheduled tasks,or software in stallation
after windows logon error message at startup,disable programs using msconfig
recover lost data look in recycle bin
recover lost data use recover command
recover lost data go to manufactureres website
recover lost data data recovery companies
troubleshoot windows 2000 xp startup talk to user
troubleshoot windows 2000 xp startup important data not backed up
troubleshoot windows 2000 xp startup determine point in the boot where system fails
troubleshoot windows 2000 xp startup check simple things first
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