No, no disks for this computer.
OK, we will work around that then.
Did the Fix it, no difference.
Was anything fixed at all and or any faults found that were unable to be rectified ?Windows 7 - System File Checker:
- Click on Start(Windows 7 Orb).
- Click on All Programs >> Accessories
- Right click on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
- Click on Continue in the UAC prompt.
- At the Command Prompt C:\Windows\System32> type in the following exactly:
- cd c:\
- Then depress the Enter/Return key, then type in the following exactly:
- sfc /scannow
- Then depress the Enter/Return key.
This may take awhile to finish. When completed close the Administrator Command Prompt
window, via typing Exit
then depress the Enter/Return
key.Windows 7 Startup Repair:
- Restart the computer.
- As soon as the BIOS is loaded begin tapping the F8 key until Advanced Boot Options appears.
- Use the arrow keys to select the Repair your computer menu item.
- You will have to answer a few basic questions then select the option Repair your computer
- At the the System Recovery Options screen click Windows 7 to highlight then Next>
- Now click on/select Startup Repair
- If prompted to use System Restore, select Cancel.
- The same if prompted to Send information about this problem (recommended), select Don't send.
- Click Finish when Startup Repair has completed, then click on Restart
- Click on Start(Windows 7 Orb) >> Control Panel >> Internet Options
- Once in Internet Options >> click on the Advanced tab >> then click on the Reset... button >> select the option Delete personal settings
- Now click on the Reset button >> Close >> Next time IE is launched you may have run through a basic setup procedure etc and re-enable add-ons etc.
When completed the above provide the answer to my query in your next reply...Also try IE again afterwards with the PM active if it is not already after the reset and let myself know the outcome also please.