Computer Checklist(s) If your system is slow? One of these could be the problem Virus’s, spyware, malware, greyware, bho’s, popups, Trojans, worms, rootkits, keyloggers, Backdoors! Does the system have a virus checker(s)? “Virus” Updates Does the system have a spyware checker(s)?
If your system is slow? One of these could be
spyware, malware, greyware, bho’s, popups,
Trojans, worms, rootkits, keyloggers,
Does the system have a virus checker(s)?
Does the system have a spyware checker(s)?
Run free online
(software or router)?
Cookies may not
be all bad? But most
spyware is bad!
Are there any conflicts in device manager?
Control Panel, system,
Operating System Checklist
No conflicts allowed
Noises, fans, smell, cables, dust
Temp & Temporary Internet files
Cleanup with utilities
or inside Internet Explorer
Registry Cleanup / Defrag
Use known utilities
to accomplish this!
Right cable hookups, master/slave etc.
Mouse, Printer, Hard Drive, Keyboard, CD/DVD, Modem, Network, Internet, Wireless, Keyboard, Slow, Backup/Restore, Time/Date
4) If your system won’t boot up into windows, try the following:
Reboot or try to reboot (ie shutdown, restart. I would not power it down just yet). While the system is booting up, try using the F8 function key to go into the safe mode. Let it boot up into the safe mode (note the screen will look “funky” – it’s ok), then exit safe mode by doing start/restart. If this fails, then power off, wait 30 seconds and then try rebooting… If this fails, call me. This is BAD, you could loose all your data (not the programs). I can try to recover it by using one of my many tools and techniques. I can USUALLY slave your drive to another drive and recover your pictures and data files. Maybe ??. The hard drive may have really crashed. I can tell with my tools. Hard drive recovery is expensive, so backup your data. Please. ALWAYS save OR save as BEFORE PRINTING.
KEYBOARD – Won’t work, Locked, Wrong keys printed on screen
1) Check to see if keyboard cable is plugged in. This will require a reboot if it is partially unplugged. Windows does not like the keyboard to be unplugged.