What was it doing before this why did you want to factory restore in the first place? After the installation, it boots up to what I guess is the desktop, waits a few moments, then just reboots. I am running virus scan now and so far after 15 min nothing has come up showing there is a virus. If it does then try to boot into Safe Mode. Not really hurting anything but curious as to why? I'm working on my knowledge-base on computers. The program is 'hinkey' to install and have it work properly. The pop-up appears on one of the two computers with FlightGear installed but not the other.
If power was interrupted during startup, choose Start Windows Normally. Every time I sign in, it give me a command prompt instead of loading up my desktop. I've never had one that won't boot. I'm glad it solved yours. I can use the pointer, but there's nothing else there on screen. Can it be possible that your hard drive went out? There is no hdd wiped cleaner than mine 2.
If you have not made a recovery disk, you can make one from any computer running the same version of Windows 7 sa you are using. It came up before when I put in my password and then it would just go away after a few seconds. I closed the window, but it popped up right away. That is possibly not a command prompt but a message window. I shut down the computer manually, waited and them turned it on. There is no hdd wiped cleaner than mine 2.
You might want to re-think your incorrect answer. Casey This is the thread to which i gave ananswer. Then you could try something like Adwcleaner from Malwarebytes to scan. How do I solve this issue? I'm glad it solved yours. Glad it solve your situation but logging on to the internet was not the original poster's, or any of the other's, issue. They are: NeroCheck, and cftmon. It further completed the piece of the puzzle I was missing.
I have tried doing the shortcut method and checking Run As Administrator option and that gives the same error. I have little trouble finding tutorials in Linux but am not sure how to find such tutorials for Windows. I've tried this twice now, the first time I left it for 4 hours, but nothing else happened. And there was also no mention of a malware issue by the original poster which is the underlying cause in the link you provided earlier. Every time before it boots it goes to. Or you could simply open the registry editor and check for the listing at either the locations below.
You can get out of it by typing exit then hitting the enter key but it will only show again until the problem is fixed. The stand-alone System Sweeper program he linked to will allow you to run a virus scan - removal tool outside of the operating system. Vista will only start up in safe mode administrator:cmd. I have created my administrator password and restarted the computer. It was for a computer that you would have at your office and you could work on it at home. I left it for 4 hours, but nothing happened. I did attempt to update my video card, too.
PowerOptions I have found alot of them, but I am still looking for theese: Show or hide common icons on the desktop Remove icons from notification area system tray on the desktop Connect to a network View network computers and devices Any help would be appreciated. Grif Hi, Avorkink Did you try my solution. General Discussion Undoubtedly my doings :confused:; This screen pops-up briefly and goes away in the boot up process. I got rid of the problem. I would ensure I had a complete backup of my data created off machine, job one. On Aug 24 when I booted my laptop I got this pop up see attached.
Have a hunch it is a program called FlightGear. I'm going to take it in to get it fixed. I can get to that first box from the link you just posted where you need to select language and keyboard. Tried reset and same thing, safe mode the same. I am running virus scan now and so far after 15 min nothing has come up showing there is a virus. Once I complete this I just get the windows background screen see pic attached.
It can fix many startup problems, but cannot fix hardware problems. Thank goodness for Grif's post. Try that if you have one. The same thing can be done with the installation disk. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Here I just end up at the message window that I attached in my first post. Please help me get rid of them.
No matter how dedicated we are to our diligence of browsing habits, pc protection and maintenance, we do, at times, wonder if something got 'slid past the goalie'. NoScript Antivirus: Win Defender + Smart Screen. It is also out of warranty so no chance of any help from the manufacturer. I believe there is some conflict with their newer update 3. I've tried pressing F8 at startup and selecting repair computer, but I always end up back at the command prompt after Windows tries to start. Restart Windows system to repair corrupted files; 3.