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Thanks but should I reset the clean boot?


Edited by jerryscoins, 01 March 2015 - 06:21 PM.

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You can reset the boot to it's normal state, yes. Do you have another computer that have another version of Windows installed other than Windows 8.1?
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Yes a laptop with 7 on it.


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Can you try testing the Smallball application there and see if it works?
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It is so old and slow that it would take forever to download. I am not sure what the problem is but I know last week before I got  the new computer with windows 8 it worked fine. The old was only about 4 years old and had windows 7 on it.


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Can you do a System Restore to a point where it was working?
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It was never working right on the new one. Also I went into do a reset to the normal boot state but every time I think it is set back to normal startup I go back in and check and it says selective startup with a check mark next to load system services and load startup items. Thanks.


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It was never working on the new one? Then I guess it's most likely a compatibility issue. Right-click on the Smallball executable file, then in the Compatibility tab, select Execute that program in compatibility mode for and select Windows 7. Then launch it.


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Also how about this little problem.  Also I went into do a reset to the normal boot state but every time I think it is set back to normal start up I go back in and check and it says selective start up with a check mark next to load system services and load start up items. Thanks.


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The "Selective Start-up" is the normal boot state if you don't start certain services and programs, there's no need to change it.


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