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  • yeah I just got new laptop but this loops of window explorer stoping working then window explorer is restarting is getting annoying I am getting to the put I am going to return hte new laptop back and buy one of those old computer with window xp or window 2000 this window vista really sucks, I have another laptop that have the same problems but seem likes window vista really sucks, I heard a lots people complains about window vista or window explorer whatever it is now these day. It really sucks spending money for laptop that wont stop loops window explorer stop working then window explorer is now restarting this is really annoying, I would not recommend anyone to buy window vista window explorer computer or laptops.


    For Crying a loud window vista window explorer fix this stupid problems we hate dealing with it and we sure dont know what to do about it we hate wasting time and also money trying fixs it then the problems start all over..


    Wednesday, April 8, 2009 5:22 AM

Answers

  • Hello,

     

    Before going any further, I wonder whether you installed some update packages or software on the computer recently. If so, let's try restoring the system back to the point before the issue occurred.

     

    System Restore

    1) Before we start, please close all open files and close all open programs.

    2) Click Start; click All Programs; click Accessories; click System Tools; and click System Restore. The System Restore user interface should appear.

    3) Click Next.

    4) From the restore points available, select an appropriate restore point before problem occurs and click Next.

    5) Click Next again. The restore process will run and your system will restart automatically.

     

    For more information, please refer to the article below:

    http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/9f6d755a-74bb-4a7d-a625-d762dd8e79e51033.mspx

     

    If the problem persists, please continue with the instructions below to narrow down the issue.

     

    Run Windows Safe Mode 

    1) Detach all unnecessary peripheral devices from your computer, such as printers, scanners and removable storage devices.

    2) Restart the computer.

    3) Keep pressing the F8 key until the Windows Startup menu appears.

    4) Choose Safe Mode, and press Enter.

    5) Test the issue in Safe Mode to see if the issue still exists.

    Note: In Safe Mode, your system display and Desktop will look and perform differently than in Normal Mode. This is only temporary.

     

    If the issue does not occur in safe mode, let’s try a Clean Boot to test the issue.

     

    Start Windows in Clean Boot mode

    Note: You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group to complete this procedure.

    1) Click Start.

    2) Copy and paste "msconfig" (without the quotation marks) in the Start Search box, and click Enter.

    3) Switch to Services tab and then Check Hide All Microsoft Services.

    4) Click Disable All.

    5) Switch to the Startup tab and then Click Disable all.

    6) Click OK.

    7) Click Restart to restart the computer and test the issue.

     

    Good Luck!

    • Marked as answer by Andy Song Friday, April 17, 2009 10:15 AM
    Thursday, April 9, 2009 7:58 AM