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Windows 7: something appear in new windows and then disappear within millisecond

23 Nov 2012   #11
Hem981

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This is not really where you had to post this.You could hav started a new post on this.Anyway,there is no need to format your computer as this problem is little....And if you format it you will lose all data and settings on it.Click on start, control panel, then mouse.go to the tab named "wheel" and in vertical scrolling enable the option named "The following number of lines at a time:" then type 3 in that textbox.And in horizontal scrolling also type 3 in that textbox.Hope this solves the problem.


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23 Nov 2012   #12
gregrocker

 

You can try the solutions already presented including Clean Up Factory Bloatware to see if they help.

You can also back up your files to run Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility which will set the PC back to factory condition, although it will reinstall all of the bloatware and duplicate utilities which have better version built into Win7. So after doing this I would Clean Up Factory Bloatware.

I also gave you steps to get the cleanest possible reinstall if you follow the steps closely and only use the methods and tools in Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. But you'll have to reinstall any programs you want. Back up your files first.

With Toshiba I would make your Recovery disks first then delete all but the Recovery partition during booted install as shown in the tutorial.
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