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    Might try do some HD maintenance and see if...

    Might try do some HD maintenance and see if something is amiss there. Might try a chkdsk c: /r from the command prompt. Will flag the drive dirty and run the utility the next time it is started. ...
  2. If not mistaken, PXE-MOF is for the network boot...

    If not mistaken, PXE-MOF is for the network boot interface. This can be disabled in the bios. However, it doesn't look like you have a boot-able device available or it a boot-able device has been...
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    Been a while since a used this program; but, it's...

    Been a while since a used this program; but, it's still available from Microsoft (XP validation req'd). Small footprint and may do basically what u want..... ...
  4. XP easier way to remove the certificates?

    Right click on your IE icon on the desktop, select properties... then select the Content tab... half way down select the Certificates button....in the certificates listing area, tab the menu to the...
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    I know this has been resolved; but, will add this...

    I know this has been resolved; but, will add this info (in case someone search's this issue for with a similar issue). Sometime Windows registry permissions for flash can get screwed up and cause...
  6. I have had a condition on a few computer where...

    I have had a condition on a few computer where could not install Flash. Found out it was a permissions issue with some flash files whereas the couldn't be updated/removed/installed. Ended up...
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    If this is the message you are getting , """ This...

    If this is the message you are getting , """ This computer system,
    # (whatever), is protected by a password authentication system. You
    cannot access the data on this computer without the correct...
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    Know little late; but, looking at the original...

    Know little late; but, looking at the original blue screen. The file that is showen as causing the problem, is a unknown .sys file. A google search for that file, show
    no results. This would...
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    Could be a permissions issue with Flash Player...

    Could be a permissions issue with Flash Player install/uninstall. If you still have problems, you might find this possible fix from Adobe of interest.
    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/494/cpsid_49419.html...
  10. What version of java are you using. Would...

    What version of java are you using. Would recommend the latest version which patches known problems with prior releases, which may preclude the possibly of a java script on a webpage from running...
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    Knowing that this is a older machine w/WinXP. If...

    Knowing that this is a older machine w/WinXP. If it is using a older version of the Microsoft Installer, it may not have the necessary switches (within the installer program) to work with the HP...
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