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Thanks again ... will run the above tools and do as advised, strangely i just got a blue screen with a 0x4 error so not sure about that >.<
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That is usually related to a driver... Did the BSOD mention one ?
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no It did not mention a driver, i was however un-installing the hp printer drivers that were installed as they were messing about before and i wanted to get them re-installed, i am also trying to free up some HD space as its very low atm, (to many pictures downloaded by my mother as its her pc)

after rebooting i got the crash error report from microsoft and it said it was Ethernet networking so i will check that out

Edited by WigglesGRN, 30 April 2011 - 06:53 AM.

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That may be it as the main relation is to the inf file for the driver

If it reoccurs then let me know
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Yep i will do ... just running the clean up process you posted before now
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OK clean up done, I gone out and got a new 500G hd to shove in there so just need to ghost it over but apart from that everything is good now :) Thank you again
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My pleasure - having a good backup is always sensible :)
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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