How to Fix a Windows XP Reboot Loop

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There you are, logging into your Windows XP computer and preparing to get to work, check your email or surf the Web. Your desktop appears and the icons on the desktop and in the system tray begin to load when, for no apparent reason, the computer shuts down. It restarts on its own, causing you to think it might have been a fluke. However, as soon as the desktop starts to load, the reboot recurs, repeatedly. You can stop this frustrating cycle once and for all.

How to Fix Sound in Windows XP

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If you are experiencing problems with the sound on a computer that is running the Windows XP operating system then you must troubleshoot the problem to determine the best solution. The most common reason for experiencing sound issues is a problem with the sound driver that is installed on your computer. You can fix problems with your sound driver by installing any updates. If updating your driver doesn’t help you can find the cause and solution for your problem using the Sound Troubleshooter feature.

How to Fix Windows 7 Bootloader

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The Windows 7 bootloader is the file that loads Windows 7 automatically when you start up your computer. If your computer is failing to load the operating system during computer startup, the problem might be a corrupt Windows 7 bootloader. To fix the Windows 7 bootloader, you must do so via the Command Prompt. Since you cannot start Windows 7, you must load the Command Prompt through a Windows 7 installation disc.

How to Fix the Caps Lock on My Computer

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The Caps Lock key on your keyboard is a useful tool when you need to make a long string of words and letters all caps. It is annoying, however, when it does not work or when you forget that you are in all caps. Depending on whether the key does not work or you are forgetful, there is a way to solve the problem.

How to Fix Computer Audio From Skipping

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Rare issues with audio skipping on your computer are nothing to be concerned about; any computer may encounter occasional audio skipping when the computer gets pushed to its maximum resource usage by demanding programs. However, frequent and constant computer audio skips can indicate a problem with the computer. You can resolve most audio skipping problems for free or at low cost.

How to Fix the Svchost.exe Application Error in Windows XP

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If you use Windows XP Professional, you may encounter the SVCHOST.EXE error message. When this error is displayed, you will have the option to either click "OK" to terminate the program or click "Cancel" to debug the program. This error message usually occurs after Windows Updates ran before your previous shutdown. When starting the computer in Safe Mode, you will still receive the error message. If you use the event log in Windows XP, you will more than likely find out that the process causing the problem is svchost.exe. Follow the steps below to fix this error.

How to Fix a Blue Screen on Windows 7

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The "blue screen" is a general error screen displayed by Windows computers. It usually freezes your computer, rendering it useless without further intervention. The blue screen can occur for any number of reasons, but troubleshooting the problem can be difficult if your computer is frozen. Here are some ways to get rid of the blue screen and get your computer back up and running again. Before beginning each process, remove all CDs, DVDs and floppy disks from your machine

How to Fix an Error on a Yahoo! Page

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It's a little frustrating whenever you have to fix an error on a Yahoo! page. There are so many different reasons for the error to happen, but the most common is due to using Internet Explorer. If you are an IE user, there are a few ways you can fix this error on your Yahoo! page.

How to Repair Your PC for Free

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In order to keep a PC running for many years, it's essential to do regular maintenance. Failure to perform this maintenance can often result in a PC that runs slowly and could eventually need repairs (sometimes costly) by a computer technician. It is for this reason that many PC users are seeking to repair their PC for free so that it will continue to run as smoothly as it did the day they brought it home.

Fix for a Laptop Computer Hinge

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Loose and worn laptop hinges can make using a laptop an exercise in frustration. If you're tired of propping the laptop screen against books, a wall, or your cat, undertaking a home repair of your laptop hinges may be an excellent option. As with all computer repairs, you should fix the problem only if your laptop is out-of-warranty and if you are comfortable modifying your laptop and have the proper tools. Otherwise, you may wish to contact a local computer repair shop or technician and get a quote for hinge repair.

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