[access-uk] Re: more startup issues.

Hi Billy.

Do you have the original system recovery media for this machine, else is the system recovery partition in tact? If so, recover the machine back to factory default installation, that way you'll at least have a spare machine lying around you can use or your daughter can use for that matter.

All the best, Ibrahim.
----- Original Message ----- From: "hotscot72" <hotscot72@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 8:37 AM
Subject: [access-uk] more startup issues.


Hi guys, sorry for the delay with this reply, but my daughter has been very busy with her college work, and we have just gotten round to trying out all
the fantastic suggestions from the list.

I must just tell you all, we tried each suggestion at least a couple of
times, but we are sorry to say, none of them worked for us. The system just
kept trying to reboot after each time, but of course nothing happened.

Because of college work my daughter feels she cannot spend anymoe time on
this laptop, so she has decided to purchase a new system, wee bitta drastic
me thinks, but who knows.
Now we have a laptop lying around doing nothing.
Anyway, thanks for all your help,

Billy

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