Solved: Not Able To Choose The Domain Option On Start-up
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Reply Chris08-23-15 Hi, I have tried all but the final method on this to try and restore my wife's laptop into full functionality. Please keep in mind that these 5 fixes have resolved my clients issues 100% of the time, but sometimes the install is just too corrupt to readily fix and starting again Oh no, it’s still there in the back of your system going by the name of ‘windows.old’ and taking up disk space. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-not/solved-not-solved-a248-e-akamai-net.html
Reply Ron M09-27-15 Mr. Cranked up fans and it was all good. brainwave89, Sep 2, 2011 #5 valis Moderator Joined: Sep 24, 2004 Messages: 71,549 Actually, I'm a bit surprised the thing even booted with a different HD in there. So I chose 'start windows normally' and it goes to the loading screen with green bar that moves across, then it went back to the 'windows has detec...' screen.
However, do I have to keep the program files that are in the WINDOWS.OLD since I have re-installed my programs? Reply Ian Matthews09-30-15 Hi Janice. THEY ARE NOTHING BUT TROUBLE! Use the Start Menu to search for and run the Settings app, then click Privacy.
start up) the computer with the Windows XP CD in the CD drive. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - An easy solution by Espo83 / September 16, 2006 11:48 PM PDT In reply to: F8 key does not bring up startup menu Reply Michael08-08-15 Thanks so much! A CCM membership gives you access to additional options.
I am having browser redirects and infection warnings propmpting for the purchase of software. The latest build number is 10586.XX: if you're still on 10240 you've missed out. by glb613 / September 4, 2006 8:17 PM PDT In reply to: F8 key does not bring up startup menu I've seen this with a USB keyboard. I was unable to fix it so I had to hit alt+F10 during bootup so I could reset my computer.
Helpful +6 Report Grimest 4Posts Saturday July 25, 2009Registration date July 26, 2009 Last seen Jul 26, 2009 at 04:19 PM i only read the first help comment ignore it dont http://ccm.net/forum/affich-18121-computer-will-not-load-past-welcome-screen Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows. The Start Menu was re-populated and worked after that Reply TechBoy08-26-15 Thank you for your comments.. Do not go into the Repair Utility!!!
Select the XP installation you want to repair from the list (there may only be one) and press
and start>control panel>add remove programs ...)). Home Email HFS Network Nexus FAQ IAM Registration Software licensing Telecoms WebLearn Research skills toolkit CONNECT Identity & access Chorus Themes Administrative Systems (3)Business Intelligence (2) Help, Support and Desktop (279)Service Hope this helps. weblink Yup - if the time is out Kerberos authentication will fail.
Most of my red type seems to say (it's a bit overwhelming): Windows cannot register the package because of an internal error or low memory. Not just from the main screen either, but from the entire "All Apps" list. The default drive should show first, this is usually C:/ drive.
Thanks for the information! Boots to welcome screen. Register now Not a member yet? When I put the hard drive from the D630 to a Dell D620 the domain option is grayed out.
Report Darkside- Mar 30, 2010 at 10:07 AM You need to do a "repair install" of Windows. After installing the latest driver update from the NVIDIA website (+restart) my problems were resolved and the troubleshooter completed without finding any issues… So if none of the above works for So on the 2nd attempt I copied/pasted the exact text and it gave a more encouraging result after the 3rd command - "The syntax of this command is: NET LOCALGROUP [groupname http://blightysoftware.com/solved-not/solved-not-quite-sure.html Here's some details on doing an install from both a full and upgrade disk:http://winsupersite.com/product-rev...
However, I am worried that I will have more similar problems, so I am backing up everything important whilst I have access to my files. It also bypasses any programs that normally run at system startup. Other respondents indicated that they cannot start the NETLOGON service. Reply Mark Schoffstall03-05-16 I noticed 2 week ago I was getting a window, "Critical Menu Error.
she has a disc to reformat it and the key but the computer wont turn the disc at all. Very best wishes Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Another suggestion. See more Computer seizes and restart a post stage Computer wont get past starting windows Who i do when the computuer stop the welcome Vista Won't load past welcome screen (Solved) make your choiceIf you can boot into windows you can also simply edit your Boot.ini file to give you a menu every time you boot.
I would suggest doing thorough scan of all sectors (depending on machine and HDD size, be prepared to go get a few drinks and come back after a couple hours like Either will work, most of the time, and seems to affect Win7 the most. So I'm just offering my additional findings for the community to consider. 1 Oops, something's wrong below. by Edward ODaniel / September 14, 2006 5:46 AM PDT In reply to: Already tried PS2 keyboard:( simply turn off the computer.
Please tell me if it's right because I don't want to grab a new card to find it doesn't work! Account Login Username Password Sign in Forgot your password?