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The 2 year speedbump

by esa1044 / June 26, 2005 10:38 PM PDT

I've had my computer for 2 years and, as usual, it's starting to "act weird", for lack of a better word. This happened with my last computer, as well. I get random errors or I'll have to reboot to get programs to work that used to work without issue. I don't think it's a driver issue, and I run Norton Anti-virus scans once a week. Anyway, is there any diagnostic/fix it utility that's worth the money? I mean, something 'plug and play' that doesn't require extensive tech knowledge? It's starting to become very annoying - I was getting errors this morning just trying to download from my digital camera.

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Without an error shared.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 26, 2005 10:43 PM PDT
In reply to: The 2 year speedbump

A fix may be elusive.

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Event viewer
by hipzippy / October 14, 2005 1:11 AM PDT
In reply to: The 2 year speedbump

Assuming your running an MS o/s check for errors in event viewer first of all. You can search MS website for solutions to the event id and source.

Check the vendors site, it might that a bios upgrade or other device driver should be updated now.

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