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Toshiba satellite laptop computer freeze after startup
First of all sorry if i'm posting this thread in the wrong section ( correct me if i'm wrong)
Recently i have installed a game called Command and conquer generals , and Command and conquer generals zero hour after installing it i download a game mods. My toshiba laptop satellite works fine , but after booting it up again the day after i installed those games my laptop stuck's up on welcome screen after putting up my laptops password . I try to fix this problem by going into safe mode and scanning for errors in "error-checking" option on computer's property . After scanning i managed to get through the welcome screen. But my new problem is that my laptop freezes after booting up , when i point my cursor in the taskbar it keeps on loading and never stop and when i open any program is suddenly stops , i cannot open anything . Please help me with my problem Thank You
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|03 Aug 2012||#2|
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start safe mode with networking (shoudl be one of the default options in the menu)
Then install this and let it update, then run it.
It's sounding possible the modification you downloaded was infected with something.
The game itself I have used in win 7 with no problems.
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