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by Zicksen / August 19, 2006 1:36 PM PDT In reply to: I had that problem... then just format if there is a problem later it will be solved . . .!! speedyturtle likes this.
is there any other way without having me to reinstall my os?>-----Original Message----->try rebooting your computer using task manager. (press ctrl-alt-del)>click on shutdown and take it from there.>>hopefully after the reboot, solved Windows 10 start button and cortana do not work... While viruses or malware MAY cause this a more common problem is an app you are running that is "not playing nice with memory". what should i do?
But once you see it, do as it says. lol Helpful +2 Report Anthony Aug 11, 2015 06:44PM I fixed my issue by deleting icloud photo... The only way to shutdown is by the power button. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/start-menu-will-not-open-199538/ I'm going to try HijackThis, though.
Or you may need to consider a full reinstall. But I hate it when this happens. I am unable to either left or right click on the start button or taskbar. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
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I was abe to do chckdsk from command prompt and got it working again. Once they say your machine is clean and if problem still exists, post back here. damaged registry keys 3.
You will have to look fast.
Click Start > Run sfc /scannow and leave a space between ''sfc'' and the ''/''). I could then right click the task bar and get to the settings where I uninstalled icloud. Thank you!!!!!!! Reply With Quote Related Windows Problems:Windows responding failed in HP Pavilion notebookFirewall not responding on windows devicesCan't avoid Display driver issue on Windows 7Rewind button not responding with Windows Media Player
Reply With Quote 26-08-201204:58 PM #17 Abhishek Chauhan Array Join Date May 2012 Posts 899 Re: Start button not responding in windows xp Hello, 1. SFC /scannow is not the best method to fix things, UNLESS the XP cd was a cd that had prebuilt in SP2, otherwise you are copying over files that are NOT You can now get Surface Pro 4 with 6th Gen Intel Core i5, 128GB SSD and 4G...Deal: Microsoft offering Xbox One S Bundle and free game for $299Despite Black Friday being Check This Out by shahedc / August 18, 2006 3:24 PM PDT In reply to: Start Menu will not open.
I'm sure other people have experienced this bug, but I did a google search and found nothing useful.So, right now, when I try to click on the Start Menu, it won't I tried to search on a different computer and in the end I put the windows xp cd and tried to repair it. and after good cleaning it resolved itself. All Rights Reserved.
degsy View Public Profile Visit degsy's homepage! Another thought, has he tryed to hold power button for 4 seconds, in his Bios may be option for 4 second dely to power down? SFC or the System File Checker utility will detect and then try to fix or replace missing or corrupt operating system files. Just my .02 cents!
Next, when ever I have a problem, I always run all my anti stuff to be sure its not some kind of virus or spyware that is causing the problem. Steve Matacumbie, Oct 31, 2005 #2 gulfvis Private E-2 Task Manager has no applications running or not responding. There can be several causes for this problem, but the most common causes are: Corrupt or missing operating system files Damaged registry keys Virus or spyware infection How to Fix the im going crazy trying to figure this out please help!!!!
I have looked for anything that might be running but can find nothing. I have gone into safe mode and even that is not working. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Forum Archive Cyber Tech Help Forums RSS Help Forums | Tutorials | Downloads | News | Other Resources Home | Site Help | About Us | Subscriptions | Services | Contact
infernolism View Public Profile Find all posts by infernolism #10 January 7th, 2008, 04:41 AM Broni Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 O/S: Windows Vista 32-bit Location: Daly I am not really sure and dont know how to do system recovery I did try to so system restore but there are no restore points. Reply With Quote 24-07-201205:16 PM #9 Teja Array Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 140 Re: Start button not responding in windows xp Hello Friend, Just fallow the steps given below. gulfvis, Nov 1, 2005 #7 gulfvis Private E-2 I did as you suggested and found that several files needed replacing or corrected from the WinXP CD.
Ok, since you can reboot, as it is rebooting, you should see someplace on the screen where it gives you the options.