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Run Time Errors Going Nutso on My Computer!


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Pennie77

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I had my windows XP corrupted and had to have it taken down and
re-installed.

But the woman who did it forgot to save my desktop and I lost allot
of valuable info.

Most importantly now, I'm getting awesome amounts of "run time" errors
and sometimes end up without being able to use video games and sites of
that nature.

Did she not install something I need? Please help me out with ANY ideas you might have.

I'm a computer dummy, so I can't help. Thanks, Pennie
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happyrock

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go here and download System Investigator by Olrik (SINO.exe)

Save SINO to a place you can remember and run SINO.exe. (If you downloaded the ZIP version you will need to extract it first)
put ticks in the following checkboxes:
System Info
Services
Boot Check
Tasklist
Startup Items
Event Log


Routing Table[/code]
Once checked, hit the Run Scan! button and wait for the program to finish the scan.

A notepad window will pop up. Please copy all of the content into your next reply
Note: If you try to interact with the program once it’s started scanning it might appear to hang. The scan however will continue.
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