1.AFTER DEEP SCANDISK - WIN XP HOME DON'T START AND MAKE ALWAYS SCANDISK CONTROL
I had to do a deep scandisk con WIN XP HOME and it asked for next time
reboot, it will do the function.
It made the controls and at the end, it wrote that everything was OK.
now I can't reboot the system, it always write the CONTROL IS DONE.
NOW, WHAT I HAVE TO DO FOR LEAVE FROM THIS SITUATION? It is like I have to
shutdown the DEEP CONTROL in SCANDISK, but the system can only boot, and
start again the HDD CONTROL.
someone can help me please?
2.Stop Start, Stop Start,,,what the .....
I am having problems with viewing clips on Youtube it keeps on stopping and
starting with clips that are over 6 minutes in duration. Its not only clips
on Youtube that i get this problem with but others also. I am using windows
media when opening the clips, although if i use Real player i dont get the
Can someone let me know if there is a setting in WM that allows me to play
these clips without stoping and starting problems
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
3.Need help with a machine-based "net start service"/"net stop servi
"pbrill1" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
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> I have a server that needs to stop a service at a specific time each
> and start it again at a specific time the next morining. I would like to
> have the server do this without having a user logged onto the machine
> the time that these events are occuring.
> I thought that I would use "net start.bat" and "net stop.bat" scripts, and
> execute them on the server's Scheduled Tasks. This worked, as long as I
> logged in as the administrator that created the scripts, but it did not
> appear to work when I wasn't logged in.
> I also attempted to look for something that I could do under Group Policy
> (we have up to date Windows 2003 network), but I wasn't able to see
> that looked useful. Running the .bat scripts from
> startup/shutdown/logoff/logon appear to be the only options, and of
> course...these aren't what I need.
> Is there a relatively simple way to start and stop a single server's
> without requiring the user to be logged in?
You must schedule the task under the Task Scheduler
and use an account that has sufficient privileges to do
the job. Try this in order to find out what's going on:
echo %date% %time:~0:5% User=%UserName% Path=%path% > c:\test.log
net stop "Some Service" 1>>c:\test.log 2>c:\test.err
Now have a look at the two log files and all will become clear!
4.need to stop pop up message at start up
I keep getting 'found new hardware wizard' message at
start up. There is none. How do I stop it.
5.Need Help how to stop dual booting start-up
>Had a major problem and hired MS to guide me through the
>corrections. They did the job very well. Do to a failed
>cooling fan I again had the same problem, got a new fan
>and followed the proir instructions.
>Everthing does work with one exception.
>When I start my PC I get my Gateway screeen then instead
>of windows booting up, I get a multible choice screen
>with re-install windows-xp highlighted and I must move
>quick to change to open with windows-xp.
>I went to Gateway and they stated this looks like a dual
>boot with windows-xp installed on top of it's self. Is
>their a easy way to correct this issue?
6. Scandisk or Norton Systemworks to resolve Scandisk error?
7. Stop scandisk after failer
8. How do I stop scandisk from trying to run at startup