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Old 12-31-2005, 05:47 PM   #1
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Unhappy windows not starting correctly.

I’am having trouble getting my computer working…
It does not let me open any applications
I’ve tried to reboot in safe mode but I does the same
thing.

Everytime I restart the computer I get three boxes
in the desk top saying the following:

Box 1
Infineon Security Platform Personal Secure Drive

The initialization of the PSD access failed-this may be because the TPM component on your PC is disabled, uninstalled or is not functioning correctly.

Box 2
Infineon Security Platform Status Indication Applet

Unknown Internal errer. (0.x800706ba)

Box 3
McAfee VirusScan

An error occurred while initializing Active shield. Your system might be running out of resources or disk space. Please close other applicationl and try restarting ActiveShield…

I Have P4 3.2 Ghz with 0.99 GB (ram) with a 80 GB HD…
I have used about 26.2GB in my HD….


Can you guys please help me fix my computer…
I would appreciate a lot
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Old 12-31-2005, 06:18 PM   #2
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Default Re: windows not starting correctly.

could be some nasty virus since it seems that none of ur security programs can start up. Have u tried to reinstall any of them?

Have u deleted anything in the windows folder, or deleted some start up applications etc?

U could always try some online virus scans, I think that panda and trend micro had some. Just search around in google.

And if nothing else help then a reformat will fix it, unless it's some hardware problem, but I don't think that any hardware problem would cause anything like that.
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Try http://housecall.trendmicro.com
And that will do anti-virus and spyware scans.
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Old 12-31-2005, 08:32 PM   #4
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could be some nasty virus since it seems that none of ur security programs can start up. Have u tried to reinstall any of them?

Have u deleted anything in the windows folder, or deleted some start up applications etc?

U could always try some online virus scans, I think that panda and trend micro had some. Just search around in google.

And if nothing else help then a reformat will fix it, unless it's some hardware problem, but I don't think that any hardware problem would cause anything like that.
how could of i gotten a virus if if have two firewalls..
and three virus scan programs..


I've tried to remove McAfee but it does not let me...
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Old 12-31-2005, 08:38 PM   #5
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Try http://housecall.trendmicro.com
And that will do anti-virus and spyware scans.

I tried house call but it does not go pass....

testing platform and browser..
it stays there for about five minutes...

i tried doing house call on my good computer
and it works fine..
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Old 12-31-2005, 08:46 PM   #6
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could be some nasty virus since it seems that none of ur security programs can start up. Have u tried to reinstall any of them?

Have u deleted anything in the windows folder, or deleted some start up applications etc?

U could always try some online virus scans, I think that panda and trend micro had some. Just search around in google.

And if nothing else help then a reformat will fix it, unless it's some hardware problem, but I don't think that any hardware problem would cause anything like that.

i tried panda to SCan my PC...

but it does not let.... open anything to do with a virus scan
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:36 PM   #7
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Default Re: windows not starting correctly.

the sad reality is that

It might be

format time my friend.
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the sad reality is that

It might be

format time my friend.
i don't want to do that right now because i want all my info from my HD....
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:40 PM   #9
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is there anyway...

i can tranfer all my info from my SATA HD

to a IDE HD...

if so what do i need to to this...
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how could of i gotten a virus if if have two firewalls..
and three virus scan programs..


I've tried to remove McAfee but it does not let me...

Well you do not need 2 firewalls and 3 virus programs, with all of them running the programs will disagree with eachother, that is why the virus could of got through, Disable 1 firewall, and 2 anti-virus. And just use ad-aware se and Spyware protection (Microsoft anti-spyware)
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