I restored the pc to an earlier version after doing the registry changes and was fine (which was only renaming the machine). It was when I did the changes Softus suggested that after reboot the pc is not working and brings up the winnt/system32/config/system file is corrupt or missing.
Softus time delay in responses...
Anyway... I did what you suggested and I have now lost the PC altogether, as it is saying the winnt/system32/config/system file is corrupt or missing and I can't do anything with it apart from remove the power.
Any ideas or does anyone know how to format C...
I deleted the computer name from the registry b4 getting your reply and cannot get the PC to boot to desktop as it is currently stuck on applying security policy. Any ideas on hoew to get round this?
Just acquired PC from work which was set up on Windows 2000 network.
Does anyone know how I can clear all users and log-ins that where required on the company intranet and make it a stand alone PC with no log-on or admin rights.
You seem to be having some of the problems I'm having.
Get Process Explorer from sysinternals(free).
If your wireless, check its not Intel® PRO/Wireless Network Connection V10.5.0.0 ? There are a few so also check intel website for known issues
This piece of software will also show what...
Can anyone please tell me if they have had a problem with Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection grabbing the processor and reducing the system to a standstill and if so, was it cured from the Intel site download to V11?
My initial thought on replacing if it turns out to be soft and deteriorating(please fell free to correct me) would be to accro the ridge board, cut away the damp bit and replace with similar timber by strapping to remaining board. Or am I too ambitious....!
Will the roof fall in?
Will do some poking.... And photos might not show much as it is tucked up above the stack, but I'll try tonight and see if they show anything.
Are you also saying that those pesky woodlice eat from the inside out?
The other thing that bothers me is that even with all this...
I was in my loft finishing some plaster boarding when I noticed a nail on the ridge board (the big piece of wood that runs the length of the roof at its highest point I think) was rusty and on closer inspection I found the ridge board to be 85% saturated (got a gadget). The wood that is wet...