creating the iso file
burning it to a cd and rebooting to start the program from the cd
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My system has been running with no crashes. Yet what did we do? I'm a pessimist when things come clear while testing. If you recall, after I used JAVA RA, I was able to load Java 6.16, but crashed maybe 12 hours later.
All we've done is several cycles of dskchk where only unused indexes were reported. I never got a clean run, but the first one did have 2390 unused indexes. Would this not be normal on a system running for some time?
Then we did the memtests which I ran overnight. Again, no errors found.
While the system definitely seems stable, did we really do anything?
I'm greatly appreciative of your assistance and staying in there, thus I am PM'ng you directly.
I'd like to wait a day to offer a closing reply on my past of appreciation.
Might I have a ghost that's going to reappear?
Not me. I would rather do my own maintenance.
Lastly, I indicated in one post I'm leery of letting ccleaner do its clean-up
Not sure how I should proceed. -ys crashed again, rebooted itself and crashed again, both times just after the desktop was presented and sys starting up programs. I successfully went into safe mode and am now running dskchk /are.
your direction please.
will pick it up tomorrow.
thanks & please advise.
start new issue or reply to my old oneN
I'm experiencing crashes again and had to boot into safe mode.
Reviewing events, I see Dcom error on one boot, services error on another.
on both boot sequences after the crash, it seemed the desktop came up and subsequently crashed while loading up start programs and/or printers.
Should I start a new post? Reply to last issueN
do you think I have a bad disk? ControllerN
4 year old t43 Thinkpad.
Ps - Apologize if this a duplicate msg! Not sure 1st went through. Sending via Palm Pre
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