Neha’s pc boots to a blue screen and then restarts automatically and continually. I doubt if you’ve damaged your hard drive physically. Messing around with boot options is not wise really! See if you can boot to Safe Mode (tap F8 on startup) and reverse what you changed. If not then try disconnecting any unnecessary hardware and try booting again. You may need to reinstall windows or do a repair install with your original disc at least.
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Waheed’s mouse is moving by itself and when he tries to regain control he can’t! I’d say either the mouse’s ball is dirty or the optics if its a laser mouse are blocked/dirty. Make sure if you’re using a laser/optical mouse that you’re not using it on a highly reflective surface. If it’s a wireless mouse maybe your batteries are draining? Try update the mouse drivers too. See if you can get a lend of another mouse to test and make sure it’s not the pc. New mice are fairly inexpensive too though if it comes to that.
Hardip has noticed that when playing games on his PC the gameplay slows down regularly or freezes. It seems obvious that your pc is underpowered for the types of games your playing Hardip. Double check the system requirements on the game box and then see exactly what you have on your system and if it’s within limits. You may find you need more RAM. You could also try disabling any other software or your net connection while your’e playing. Disable anti virus software especially and see if that makes a difference. Other possible issues include having a monitor that can’t refresh the game play fast enough.
Ian’s DVD/CD drive on Vista is not recognised anymore and he’s tried doinga virus check. I don’t think you trying to read 15 year old discs would be the cause unless the discs were seriously damaged and interfered mechanically with the drive in some way. It sounds like a registry problem and you may need to go in and edit certain values in the registry which is something I will refrain from advising on as things can go badly wrong when you edit the registry!
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Joanne has lost her main admin XP password and can’t get back into the computer! If there are any other admin accounts on the computer then you could login to one of them and change yours in Control Panel – User Accounts. If not then you may have to use your Password Reset disc supplied with the computer. Click the link you see when you wrongly enter your username on startup. If you don’t have this disc then try restarting the pc in safe mode by tapping F8 on startup. If you can get to the desktop here then change the admin user account password as above, if not then you may need to re-install windows. This shouldn’t be a big deal and you shouldn’t lose much if you forgot your password soon after creating it as you wont have had time to create much data!