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#211
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Wait for the hotfix, if it does not help then at least that is ruled out as the cause
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that would sure be nice ruling out different areas


but so far that uphclean patch is working

but i have tried to many other programs to see if they are affected

time will tell

just hope its not dumping files n stuff all over the computer
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Well it looks like uphcleaners working cause when i check event view it says .............


it has been remapped because they were preventing the profile from unloading successfully............ event id 1401

svchost1048 hkcu 0x384


since i installed it thats the message that i get from there

but you never know still time will tell
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If it keeps the improvement you may want to hold back on installing the hotfix
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what ill do in the mean time is keep the hot fix and have it.
if and when i need it.ill use it
but like i said i hope uphclean doesnt overload programs.
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First, I would like to explain the hotfix on the page
<http://support.micro...b/831648/en-us> only applies to the
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003. If you are running Windows XP, the
issue cannot be resolved by installing the hotfix.

In the case log, I understand that you would like to obtain the Hotfix
mentioned on <http://support.micro...b/831648/en-us> since there
are blue screens on the computer



Based on the information, the issue can be caused by software or
hardware conflicts on the computer. Let's follow the steps below to test the


Step 1
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Test the issue in Safe Mode

1. Restart your computer.
2. When the computer completes the "Power on Self-Test" (usually this
appears as a black screen with scrolling text commands), hold down the
F8 key until you see the Windows Startup menu.
3. On the Windows Startup menu, select Safe Mode or Safe Mode with
Network (use the arrow pad on your keyboard), and then press Enter.

Note: The screen resolution is poor in Windows Safe Mode and there will
be labels at the corners of the screen indicating the system is in Safe
Mode. To revert to the Normal Startup, we only need to restart the
computer.

4. Please check whether this issue happens and let me know the result.

If the issue doesn't occur in Safe Mode, let's perform a Clean Boot in
Safe Mode to troubleshoot this issue.

Step 2
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This method will help us determine if this issue is caused by a loading
program or service. Please perform the following steps:

1. In Safe Mode, click Start, click Run, type "msconfig" (without the
quotation marks) in the Open box, and then click OK.
2. On the Services tab, click to select the Hide All Microsoft Services
check box, and then click Disable All.
3. On the Startup tab, click the "Disable All" button to uncheck all
startup item choices.
4. Click OK and restart your computer.
5. Check "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration
Utility when Windows starts" and check this issue.

Does the computer work properly in the Clean Boot mode?

To revert to the Normal Startup, please perform the following steps:

a. Click Start, click Run, type "msconfig" (without the quotation
marks) in the Open box, and then click OK.
b. Check the option "Normal Startup".
c. Click OK and then click Restart.

If the behavior doesn't exist in this mode, we can determine the
problem is related to a Startup item and is not covered by Microsoft
Services. Please enable only one item at a time and restart the computer until
the behavior reappears. The last enabled item is the problematic item.
We can simply d
isable the item to resolve this issue.




should i install uphclean
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I thought you already had
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OOOOOPPPPPS I MEAN UNINSTALL SORRY :blink: :whistling:
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If you do not need it any more, though if it isn't causing problems it can stay
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i mean for test microsoft is asking for do you think it will interfere
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It shouldn't but you can re-install it if you need it
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YEA I THINK I CAN DISABLE IT BY GOING TO.......... services.msc



prefetch hasnt shown anything today
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Let me know if the prefetch folder stays empty
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prefetch came on when i started to the rebooting thing microsoft asked me to


but dr waston is empty all day since i deleted that one dump.


how do you disable fax its gives warnings
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Click start, control panel, add / remove, add / remove windows components to look for a tick in fax services
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