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Windows 7: Re: windows problems

30 Jan 2014   #1

windows 7 64 bit
Re: windows problems

1) couldn't open help and support
2) windows update is current
3) autoplay doesn't work
4) tried to download pics from camera to computer, in spite of going to autoplay and checking camera, windows media, nothing works
5) have windows 7 64b, i3 processor, intel hd, 6 gb
6) have restarted computer press f11 to factory condition, nothing
7) two year old computer, no disc. clicked gateway to restore computer to factory condition, nothing
8) from ur website, used tweaking .com, nothing
9) from ur website, used windows 7 manager, nothing
10) have carbonite on computer

short of throwing this damn thing away, can anybody offer any suggestions to fix or restore my computer to factory condition?
any help and suggestions would be most appreciated.

forgot to mention that i lose internet several times each day. isp provider has checked everything on his end and came out and checked everything here at house, everything is normal.
use malwarebytes pro, norton 360 and spybot weekly, sometimes bi-weekly.
plus have several cleaning programs that i run bi-daily.

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30 Jan 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Here are the Gateway instructions to install from the recovery partition.

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02 Feb 2014   #3

windows 7 64 bit

thanks, used website to restore computer to factory condition, then used carbonite to restore. that's when big problems occurred, each time i lost computer. must have downloaded carbonite 7/8 times, each failed because windows update screwed up big time. finally figured out how to repair computer this am and hope when i start up again, it will work.
thanks again,
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