I got the same results with WINSTARTUP.EXE and EXPLORER.EXE in the root Windows folder. I have no idea what the connection is between them, and also disabled the ACPI compliant control under battery under device manager,and the touchpad and keyboard worked for a while without Report nsantora- Jun 30, 2010 at 07:20 PM What if you can't even get to the windows logo? Turned out to be IE8 that came with a windows update. http://midsolutions.org/xp-pro/xp-pro-hangs-before-login.html
Full access to copy files from main h.d.. It' not making sense to me that they work on the Vista boot but not Windows XP! Thanks! Reply to oneadg m 0 l Old guy in Oz July 7, 2015 6:31:19 AM Fn + F7 for me too.
Still curious about find key, though? The only things i can mess with are the BIOS, and Vista. My computer was working about 2 hrs ago then I came home and it was like that. The PC should display the desktop in “Safe Mode.” Only the Microsoft components will be running.
Download CCleaner and clean the system. Report T3k_1nZt- Apr 12, 2010 at 07:48 AM I was having the same problem on windows 7 ultimate and looks like it was caused by lsass.exe,I've done exactly what pete says I tried the steps given yet still not working. Helpful +32 Report chris Aug 13, 2009 at 11:18 AM oh my gosh nathan thank youuuu soooooooo much the alt ctrl task manager trick worked perfectly my computer has been running
So no reliable conclusion can be drawn for the time being. Reply to WR2 m 0 l danielle31 July 5, 2012 3:23:41 AM Hit Fn + F7 I just did it and it worked for me. You downloaded a virus to check for virus'. -HKEY_USERS -HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -HKEY_CURRENT_USERS Those are registry files that you believe the virus you were initially trying to find is located - however I'm No mouse or keyboard movement at all.
Thank you very much. chazeldAug 18, 2011, 9:21 AM me 1 said: I don't know if this is the case and I know this may sound stupid, and I don't know how this is connected, Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP Desktop PCs - Computer Does Not Start (Windows 10,8)HP PCs - Sleep and Hibernate Issues (Windows 10, 8)HP PCs Could I have somehow hit a key or something that disabled my mouse?
Hi Mark,Thanks for your help. What do you do when you power up your computer and your cursor is frozen in place? All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. spywaredocter: no succes .
Apr 29, 2009 #9 nbthor TS Rookie Posts: 35 I am having a very similar problem, only as I have a login screen, it freezes the second I touch the keyboard. When you reboot, ignore the nag message and close it after checking 'don't show message again.' Stay in Selective Startup. Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Frozen mouse pointer on XP by Binkybi the cursor freezes whether i have a program running or not.
May 12, 2009 #14 nbthor TS Rookie Posts: 35 I have System Restore on and have always had it on. Verify your firewall is working correctly. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows MeGeneral recovering from frozen mouse Tags:Gbt / AwrdacpimousesystemFrozenoperating systemproblems Sebastian42 April 9, 2010 at 04:29:16 Specs: WinMe, 1.3GHz/1Gb Is there an alternative to useful reference Also the Dell Diagnostics utility on Resources cd.
you are really a great help. Same thing with any other mode except safe mode. What possibly could have happened?
Yes No Thanks for your feedback.Don't forget to take a few seconds to say thanks: Thank you Thanks for your feedback.We're sorry. In all cases, recovering your data in “safe mode” is a first priority. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. This happen after a virus scan using AVG.
Using the site is easy and fun. My keyboard is not responding no matter what i press and my cursor wont show up, and isn't responding too. If it is NOT checked to startup CHECK it> Apply> OK. Remember, all of these programs are only as good as their updates and configurations.
And again allow for a typical interval for the problem to appear?RAM often fails slowly; seems to perform OK for a while, then not so (thus intermittently...Memtester utils are aplenty; and So as to rule out the mouse, press Windows Logo Button, and see if the "Start" menu appears. I have also tried to boot to previous known good without luck.