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Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
« Reply #45 on: September 03, 2008, 11:07:27 PM »
That looks fine.
Still stumped about your problem.
Did your computer come with Vista preinstalled?

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    Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
    « Reply #46 on: September 03, 2008, 11:17:05 PM »
    Yes it was ready to just plug in and use straight from Dell  I bought it brand new

    When I reboot it, it takes FOREVER to shutdown

    The  dvd/ cd player icon in Computer reads DVD whether there is a disc in it or not. 
    When I put in a music cd it starts to play and then within the first 15 secs of a song the sound disappears but the slider is still moving.

    Same when I put in a DVD it plays in the beginning then freezes.

    and the same with a game disc            ???


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      Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
      « Reply #47 on: September 06, 2008, 12:08:29 PM »
      So is there any hope for me to get back my nice smooth working Vista?

      What are the signs that something my have fried or a loose wire on my DVD?

      It worked so well before and now it all of a sudden isnt?  Could some connection come lose?

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      Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
      « Reply #48 on: September 06, 2008, 05:42:23 PM »
      Short of buying new drive, I'm out of possible advice...

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      Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
      « Reply #49 on: September 06, 2008, 06:58:24 PM »
      Contact the manuf. for instructions fpr making a bootabke Vista CD...
         
       
      " Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined. "

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        Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
        « Reply #50 on: September 06, 2008, 10:38:36 PM »
        Okay Thanks Guys  :)

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        Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
        « Reply #51 on: September 07, 2008, 06:28:32 AM »
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        What to do: Wipe your drive clean. Use a Norton utility or some other. Or better yet buy another hard drive and get yourself a good copy of Unix. Unless you wish to reward the kids at Redmond for having shot you in the foot, Abbeted incidentally by Dell.

        Say what?

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        Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
        « Reply #52 on: September 07, 2008, 06:34:38 AM »
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        Here are my thoughts: Vista is an improvement on Win 95 and Win 98 and XP in a sense that it is has the ability to perpetuate registry errors not serious enough to prevent a successful boot. So if your program develops a fault  but succeeds in booting, the fault will be recopied in the registry with the first boot of the day. Every day. Getting different with each copy. This was a clever design strategy and allows the program to heal it'self so to speak.

        Source ? ?

        To my knowledge this is not how Vista works at all...
           
         
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          Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
          « Reply #53 on: September 09, 2008, 09:24:27 AM »
          Ok Havent a clue what all that meant but here is a new development.

          In order for me to upload a movie to YouTube with dial up it takes all nite so that last 2 nites I have left my computer run all nite

          When I woke up in the morning, I had a report that said Unexpected Shutdown

          Here is the report on that


          Problem signature:
            Problem Event Name:   BlueScreen
            OS Version:   6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
            Locale ID:   4105

          Additional information about the problem:
            BCCode:   1000007e
            BCP1:   C0000005
            BCP2:   8A976749
            BCP3:   82AB7AAC
            BCP4:   82AB77A8
            OS Version:   6_0_6000
            Service Pack:   0_0
            Product:   768_1

          Files that help describe the problem:
            C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini090808-01.dmp
            C:\Users\HOME\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-29221108-0.sysdata.xml
            C:\Users\HOME\AppData\Local\Temp\WER37DA.tmp.version.txt



          I should also point out that for some reason, not sure if its the slow dial up or my firewall that is blocking me from getting the Office XP Service pak 3 installed.  But it wont take.


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          Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
          « Reply #54 on: September 09, 2008, 05:53:43 PM »
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          C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini090808-01.dmp
            C:\Users\HOME\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-29221108-0.sysdata.xml
          These two particular lines definitely indicate system files being messed up.
          Either Windows itself, or again, bad hard drive.

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            Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
            « Reply #55 on: September 10, 2008, 04:26:29 PM »
            What do you get when you cross a newbie, a blond and a new program?   ::)


            Do you really want me to answer that?  j/k.  :)

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            Is this better?

            MUCH better. :)

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              Operating System   Microsoft Windows Vista Home Edition 6.0.6000 (WinVista Beta) 
              Date   2008-09-02 
              Time   08:06 

            Kinda sucks that Everest doesn't distinguish Home Basic from Home Premium.  Easily solved by Start -> Control Panel -> System.  That'll tell you. :) [/quote]

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               Operating System   Microsoft Windows Vista Home Edition 
               OS Service Pack   - 

            Suggested improvement #1: Get Service Pack 1:

            http://www.microsoft.com/Downloads/details.aspx?familyid=B0C7136D-5EBB-413B-89C9-CB3D06D12674&displaylang=en

            I warn you--this download is ginormous!  If you have dial-up, you're probably better off using a friend's high-speed connection and a 1 GB or better flash drive to copy it to your computer.

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               DirectX   4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c) 

            Vista has DirectX 10.  I wonder why Everest is reporting 9.0c? 

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            Computer Name   HERMIE3000 
               User Name   HOME 
               
              Motherboard: 
               CPU Type   DualCore Intel Pentium D, 3000 MHz 
               Motherboard Name   Unknown 
               Motherboard Chipset   Unknown 
               System Memory   1024 MB 

            Suggested improvement #2: Get moar RAMz!!!!  Seriously.  Running Vista with less than 2 GB of RAM is the number 1 cause of computer cancer. 

            My cousin and her husband decided to buy a cheapo e-Machine with Vista Home Basic and 512 MB of RAM.  Sure, it was probably only $400, but it ran like elephant you-know-what.

            Put 2 GB of RAM in it = wow...

            Ok Havent a clue what all that meant but here is a new development.

            In order for me to upload a movie to YouTube with dial up it takes all nite so that last 2 nites I have left my computer run all nite

            When I woke up in the morning, I had a report that said Unexpected Shutdown

            Here is the report on that


            Problem signature:
              Problem Event Name:   BlueScreen OF DEATH
              OS Version:   6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
              Locale ID:   4105

            Additional information about the problem:
              BCCode:   1000007e
              BCP1:   C0000005
              BCP2:   8A976749
              BCP3:   82AB7AAC
              BCP4:   82AB77A8
              OS Version:   6_0_6000
              Service Pack:   0_0
              Product:   768_1

            Files that help describe the problem:
              C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini090808-01.dmp
              C:\Users\HOME\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-29221108-0.sysdata.xml
              C:\Users\HOME\AppData\Local\Temp\WER37DA.tmp.version.txt



            I should also point out that for some reason, not sure if its the slow dial up or my firewall that is blocking me from getting the Office XP Service pak 3 installed.  But it wont take.



            Like I said, borrow a friend's computer and a 1 GB flash drive to do all your downloading/uploading. 

            Other than that, given the list of problems:

            1) Running Vista without a Service Pack
            2) Running Vista with 1 GB of RAM.
            3) Blue Screen of Death above--which could be anything from a bad stick of RAM to a bad hard drive to just something messed up in your operating system.

            My suggestion would be to take your computer to a computer shop (or to the place you bought it, especially if it's still under warranty and if it has a hardware problem).  Have them back up all your data, reinstall Vista, get your Vista and Office up to date (Vista to SP1 and Office XP to SP3), and see if it still Blue Screens.  If it does, then there's a hardware problem (like a bad stick of RAM).

            Once your computer is satisfactorily working, you might want to work on getting some high-speed Internet if you can.  Vista updates are ****ing huge, and your dial-up just won't keep up with them.

            If you're in a rural area where cable and DSL aren't available (I know how you feel--I used to be in the same boat), then get a cellular broadband card from Sprint, Verizon, or Cricket.  It may be more expensive than dial-up, but there's a lot less frustration in using the Internet AND in being so far behind with updates...
            « Last Edit: September 10, 2008, 04:37:32 PM by killerb255 »
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            Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
            « Reply #56 on: September 10, 2008, 07:42:05 PM »
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            Suggested improvement #2: Get moar RAM
            This was suggested before, but apparently money is tight.

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              Re: Vista Registry Repair Software
              « Reply #57 on: September 10, 2008, 11:36:16 PM »
              Ok thanks guys.  Like always you provide a direction to go.

               ;D

              Makes sense to me.  :)