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Windows 7: Windows Classic is forced


12 Sep 2011   #1

Windows 7 profesional
 
 
Windows Classic is forced

Hello everyone!
I have a windows 7 machine that has been working perfectly up until now. Whenever I turn on my computer, the screen dims and I can't turn up the brightness. I can't use my fingerprint reader, I can't use my wifi, I can't turn on my sound. I don't know what happened, it was working the night before. Also it is forced into windows classic. All I did to it last night was ran the McAfee virtual technician and ran MSconfig to change Windows 7 to the default operating system. And no I don't have another operating system running on my machine It just got messed up for some reason. And also I just reinstalled Windows 7 recently please help.

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12 Sep 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jhansen965 View Post
Hello everyone!
I have a windows 7 machine that has been working perfectly up until now. Whenever I turn on my computer, the screen dims and I can't turn up the brightness. I can't use my fingerprint reader, I can't use my wifi, I can't turn on my sound. I don't know what happened, it was working the night before. Also it is forced into windows classic. All I did to it last night was ran the McAfee virtual technician and ran MSconfig to change Windows 7 to the default operating system. And no I don't have another operating system running on my machine It just got messed up for some reason. And also I just reinstalled Windows 7 recently please help.
Is this a desktop system or a laptop? Irrespective, did you check your power settings?
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