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good morning... ok thanks :)

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good morning... ok thanks :)
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While you're waiting, let's do a bit of clean-up.
Download and execute TFC (Temp File Cleaner). It will kill all active processes, you might lose your background/desktop for a few seconds, it's alright. Let me know how many MBs (will be written in red) of stuff it deleted.
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ok.. its 25.00 mb :)


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ok.. its 25.00 mb :)

Alright, another scan (clean-up) :
  • Click on the Windows Start Menu and type in cleanmgr in the search bar;
  • Click on the little cleanmgr icon that will appear;
  • If it asks you to pick a drive to scan, select the default one, the C: one;
  • Wait until the scan is done;
  • IF, you have an option called Cleanup system files, click on it;
  • Select the same partition (C:) again and wait for the scan to complete;
  • In the new window, check every boxes and click on Ok;
  • Accept the pop-up message and wait until the scan is complete;
If you do not have the Cleanup system files option, just check every boxes in the first window and click on Ok.

Edited by Aura, 31 July 2014 - 09:18 AM.

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ok all done:)


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ok all done:)


Alright, just to confirm, is the avast! Network Adapter in the Device Manager still in error (with a little yellow triangle) or is it all good ?
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yes :(


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when i reboot the curse client still has issues to.. searching for drivers


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Alright, go in your installed programs list (where you go to uninstall a program), find Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1, right-click on it and select Uninstall/Modify. In the window that will open, select the option to Repair the current .NET Framework installation. Once done, restart your computer and tell me if the Curse Client error cameback.
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curse.jpg it did a bit different... usually says it cant run curse.. now it gave option to run it.. but then couldnt find program needed... so it brought me to this site.. i attached pic... it did this before last week... and i would download it... and it would work.. but on reboot.. would have to do it again... should i try it?


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attachicon.gifcurse.jpg      it did a bit different... usually says it cant run curse.. now it gave option to run it.. but then couldnt find program needed... so it brought me to this site.. i attached pic... it did this before last week... and i would download it... and it would work.. but on reboot.. would have to do it again... should i try it?


I would uninstall the Curse Client completely (from your list of installed program), then redownload a clean version of it from Curse website and reinstall it.
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curse issue fixed :) thanks.. it still is trying to find drivers on reboot with no success


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curse issue fixed :) thanks.. it still is trying to find drivers on reboot with no success


Another issue down.
So now we have to fix the CD/DVD-ROM, Avast! and Communication Port. Let me check for the communication port.
Right-click on the Communication Port in the Device Manager, select Properties, go to the Details tab, and in the drop-down list, select Hardware Ids. Take a picture of what you see and post it here please.
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device manager.jpg


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attachicon.gifdevice manager.jpg


What do you have connected to your computer right now ?
Monitor, mouse, keyboard, Ethernet cable, power cable ? Anything else ?
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