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Okay what Microsoft services need to be hidden ?
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It's okay it's in the how to post lol going to bed now I'll try it tomorrow :)
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Sleep tight :)
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ill have to try and do that tomorrow been busy today
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No problem - real life rules :)
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okay with Click to clear the Process SYSTEM.INI File check box.
Click to clear the Process WIN.INI File check box
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do i click all the things

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my computer In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click the General tab, and then click Selective Startup. is all ready set up on that :)
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OK I found some pictures :) From the general tab just untick the sections marked


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Okay do I still hide microsoft stuff and the other stuff :)
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Yup :)
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well did that nothing happend the computer rand fine so what now it crashed when i tryed ti install a game ?? after i tryed the msconfig thing
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when it starts some times you cant adjust the sound :)
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if we cant fix the problem i think ill have to reformat :yes: :)
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okay managed to copy a error lol this pops up when i try to install

windows has shutdown to prevent damage to your computer

Kernel_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR

technical information

***Stop: 0x0000007A,coxc0601c70,0xc0000013,0xc038E79,0x452DB884 ??
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Thank you for that - it indicates either a disc error or RAM problems - lets check the disc first

There are step by step instructions on this page

Once it has completed then retry to load programme and let me know if the error recurs
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