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Coeco

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Probably the wrong section but here goes..

The problem i am having is basically: if i restart my computer after a system restore, it wont start up again. It's brand new and im figuring i got some kind of system/memory thing that i need repaired

I recall using Uniblue's Registrybooster/Speed Up My PC, rebooted and then got the error i have. After several restart failures i decided to do a system restore of the day i got the PC and it runs perfectly fine, only problem is that i can't restart it or i'll get the same problem.

I tried using the "Recovery" tool for both of the Uniblue programs but still wont start up properly without a restore.. Do you guys know any program that can fix this curse?

Edited by Coeco, 29 October 2009 - 06:11 PM.

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I recall using Uniblue's Registrybooster/Speed Up My PC

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Bad idea.

It's brand new

Under 30 days? Call the store.
Under 1 year? Call the maker.
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I recall using Uniblue's Registrybooster/Speed Up My PC

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Bad idea.

Yeah, used it a few and always messes things up one way or the other..

It's brand new

Under 30 days? Call the store.
Under 1 year? Call the maker.

Its a few weeks old but i seriously cant be arsed to have it sent to 2-3 weeks repair just to have an entire new one with all my stuff on it gone instead of finding a repair since it runs perfectly fine without restarting


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Forgive me for butting in, especially since I have no expert advice to offer, but golly gosh gee...
I must agree with Broni. Isn't it better to take it in and deal with a little inconvenience instead
of having a big inconvenience later on, long past exchange/warranty expiration? It sounds like you
can still back up important files now? Regardless of what you do next, back it all up, just in case.
You never know if a power outage or similar might happen, or if an update might demand a restart?
OK, I'll get out of the way and let the pros handle it. Best of luck with your 'finding a repair'...

Edited by NomDeKeyz, 31 October 2009 - 07:54 AM.

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*removed accidental double post*
---------------oops, sorry---------------

Edited by NomDeKeyz, 31 October 2009 - 07:51 AM.

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Broni gave you the best advice possible.
We can run you through a entire series of repairs/ checks, etc.
The problem is that you will need the proper disks to carry out any of the checks. You most likely only have a recovery CD (which won't work).

Your best option is to back up the data and take it back to the store.

Never use a registry cleaner or system optimizer. 99% of the time they will render the computer inoperable.
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The computer somehow fixed itself? It turned itself off during night so i guess windows update did something.. Nevertheless, it works now. thread can be closed
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Thanks for posting back :)
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