Please click on below click that is the Ms fixit to reset the Internet Explorer. Most of the time on a cold boot, the desktop displays just fine; only sometimes is it black with just the cursor showing. You can read some of the articles on this and. You can read the details about this program. Another possible cause of failure would be general data corruption. Slingo Supreme x32 Version: 2.
The file will not be moved. If you already have this application, this is a new version I need you to download. Most programs save their window location on the screen in the registry when they are closed. I uninstalled the downloaded file and followed forum advice to get rid of searchqu. Save the file to your desktop. Some options, such as safe mode, start Windows in a limited state, where only the bare essentials are started. I have some doubts about the reliability of my hard disk by now, 'cause the older problem had its origin, according to some sources, in a hard disk write or read error.
Well, I have Google Chrome installed, and it's the Browser I use. Step 2: Place the computer in clean boot and check if the issue persists. I will definitely recommend this site to anyone in the future. It's possible a Dell application is conflicting, and removing those first solved the issue? In any case, thanks Chris for technet references. Programs that have already been installed for a while, are working fine. The ports need to be open.
I'm using windows 7, Ad-aware ran a scan and found a malware and suggested that I remove it which I did. The one that caused issues for others, believe it or not, was an old sound card driver. If you can, it would be best to back up your personal files now if you do not already have a backup. I strongly suggest you uninstall Java unless you need it run certain software; in that case I would recommend that you disable or unplug Java from your web browsers and only enable it when you need it. If the Winkey were to work, I would suggest reinstalling your mouse driver.
One day, my word processing program wouldn't open. Let us know if picks up anything! Please download and save it to your Desktop. For example, suppose you have a display setting of 800 X 600 and the top, left corner is positioned at 900, 700. Now some information on programs to help keep you safe: First, an Antivirus program. So after a bit of inspection, I realized that if I opened a program, it would start the boot, and then almost immediately stop at a determined memory usage point. Now none of my exe programs will launch.
If I boot in safe mode with networking, I can launch jobs. So Microsoft support would have been useless even if I had shelled out the dough. I would give that a try to see if that helps with anything. Once I post this, I'm going to run a full MalwareBytes virus scan, but nothing that's happening or not happening, as the case may be sounds to me like a virus - but what do I know? The final log that you have asked for is: DelFix v1. No programs will open, not even task manager nor command prompt.
Any ideas of how can I solve this? As your friend suggested you should begin with an sfc scan just to see if any important system files are damaged. Yesterday was a one off where the computer wouldn't shut down and when it restarted it said scans need to be completed before windows could open to see if it was damaged. Although that's unlikely because you re-installed Windows correct? I had to uninstall ie11, ie10,ie9, and ie8 started to work properly. Run Driver Restore - says no issues. So - any diagnostics, fixes, etc.
I opened up Adobe Photoshop, and it wouldn't open. Same goes for Microsoft Word and other executable programs. Also, please tell me how your system is running now. It has done this 1 time s. One that we recommend is. As of right now I have not tried to launch said programs from the original. I forgot to mention that I already did some paring away in my MsConfig, was one of the first things I thought of.
When you open it again it should show up. You can delete any log files left on your desktop as these are no longer needed. Instead please copy and paste so as to include the log in your reply. I've tried many suggestions like: avast, combo fix, FixExec, malwarebytes, etc. After you restart your system, and you might try a complete shutdown, do the programs open normally at least once? Essentially, upon starting up my computer, from time to time, I have no yet been able to isolate what may cause this issue, I will find that I cannot launch programs from their shortcuts in the Quick Start or Taskbar menu. The adware programs should be uninstalled manually. Another option is to take it to a shop.
Keep Windows Updated Microsoft issues updates to Windows to close vulnerabilities as they are discovered. Even though I think it's a virus, I didn't install any vaccines and even though I had, it couldn't open the program anyways. I'm not crazy about having to manually turn the computer off and on like this. A problem I run into every once is when I click on a program icon in the taskbar that. I also can not Factory Reset my computer because I do not have the Windows disk.