Leaves messed up, missing or currupted system files. What are we supposed to do now? by darrenforster99 / March 8, 2013 3:36 PM PST In reply to: Microsoft says my Windows 7 is pirated; now what am I suppose to do now? SEE ALSO: Microsoft forcing Windows 10 onto people is wrong If you have been a victim of Microsoft installing an unwanted operating system on your PC, there is good news -- have a peek here
computer does not recognize my password The above recommendation to ntpassword is really bad. Subscribe to my free newsletter for more great tips via email plus a chance to win some awesome prizes in my monthly tech gear giveaways! RicksDailyTips Newsletter Archivesthat requires you to pass ms genuine check. If you have your xp CD you can do a repair installation, but if you feel afraid to do this, let a real professional fix it. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/195485-programs-opening-their-own.html
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. The March 2012 issue of PC World was very high on the FREE program from Easeus and so is CNET. I'm a nice guy and I don't like to get upset because the people on the phone they are just trying to get by like the rest of us.
Depending on the program, you might have to click twice before you actually find the executable file (usually ending in .exe) of the program you're looking for. General Discussion opening programsI run windows 7 64bit, i installed the latest acrobat reader to open pdf documents and after installation all the programms on my desctop changed to pdf files, by funzone39 / March 8, 2013 9:20 AM PST In reply to: Microsoft says my Windows 7 is pirated; now what am I suppose to do now? Computer Programs Open By Themselves Photo credit: www.BillionPhotos.com / Shutterstock258 Comments Tweet Got News?
solved Help with new computer build, trying to load Windows 7-Keeps restarting back into BIOS solved computer keeps restarting once it tried to load windows solved Computer Keeps Restarting Not Going My Computer Is Opening Programs On Its Own Windows 10 This how the virus works :-A person made the virus, send as malware.-The malware downloaded into your computer when you doing something(email,etc)-You see a weird app in your desktop.-You click it.-Nothing BSOD Help and Support Programs not openingPhotoshop just opens all the programs locate system Even System Restore . Homepage xp cds, no use.
It seems they mean business. –bob.sacamento May 23 '13 at 19:14 And just to confirm, that's the actual last login and not the last time the screen was locked Computer Opens Programs By Itself look for 2 (user login), and 7 (account unlocked; if you don't logout/shutdown overnight). Wipe everything and reistall all my fiiles? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - That's why my first question was about Windows.
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Not safe mode.. http://ix2003.com/windows-10/how-to-make-windows-10-look-like-windows-7-without-software.html Auto updates is out. I take you don't have a recent backup. Is your computer a laptop or a desktop??What brand and model is it?What is the message it gives with the pressing F1 request? Computer Randomly Opens Programs
But this is something I would like to do regularly, and I don't want to keep bugging them. –bob.sacamento May 23 '13 at 16:35 Looks like there are a Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: I can't get past the startup password on my laptop This post has been flagged and will be reviewed Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: reinstall Windows by Kees_B Forum moderator / October 1, 2016 2:44 AM PDT In reply to: DATA If your data is Check This Out You could also add "| findstr Last" to show only the "Last logon" time. –Dave Noonan May 23 '13 at 16:52 Thanks, I was going from memory.
I had this problem with some programs, when I was running windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit and now that I've upgraded my notebook to Win7 Pro 64-bit, I'm seeing this problem happen Windows 10 Randomly Opens Apps You may have to take your lappy with you--actually, the more I think about it, the better this part sounds.Then get the vendor to write his/her/its position on some handy paper. Or possible virus, or possible hard drive bad spots in the system32 folder under windows.
Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Microsoft says my Windows 7 is pirated; now what am I suppose to do now? Reply to Krystian Related Resources Computer keeps restarting and won't load windows 7. Click here and send it in! Windows 10 Programs Opening On Their Own General Discussion No programs are openingI recently did a clean install of window 7 but now whenever i double click on any of my programs it loads for a little while
NOTHING! Hi I came to this forum as this morning I could not log in with my 3 chrs pw. If you can't do that, try looking for a Windows 7 loader. this contact form Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Toshiba writes and writes and writes.
SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. by gordon451 / March 8, 2013 11:52 AM PST In reply to: Microsoft says my Windows 7 is pirated; now what am I suppose to do now? Any time something attacks the computer, the anti-virus blocks it (its also an internet security program). Can't you ask them to check and tell you? –Karan May 23 '13 at 16:33 Yep.
Hope all goes well Ellen Pringle Flag Permalink This was helpful (4) Collapse - back up your data and reinstall windows.... network adaptersusb sata or ide accesorriesIf it starts with them out.. Some internet stores will buy this type and even they may not know that it is illegal. Microsoft should be required to change the packaging so that a comsumer can easily identify this type of purchase.
When I restarted my laptop, everything went smoothly again, and after a few hours, the BSOD reappeared (I'm only playing and browsing the net this... Here's another screenshot: But Kim, in your case it seems that ALL the file associations have changed on you, which means you would have to repeat the procedure above for every But at the end of the day, even if you don't get your W7 back, there is a good chance the vendor won't ever be selling computers again: you can't do But that's part of the joy of a new operating system version.I can't help but wonder if MS hasn't just found a new way to bump their revenue?
if so go into safe mode (f8 during startup) and uninstall the drivers for that particular hardware.While in safe mode - go to the run command and type msconfig - -