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    Unless you're really stuck for drive space, it's...

    Unless you're really stuck for drive space, it's better to compress individual folders and their contents, rather than deleting files. You might find smaller, Freeware alternatives to the parts of...
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    Ok, Roy, looks like you're doing fine. Should...

    Ok, Roy, looks like you're doing fine.

    Should it not start after the next reboot/shutdown/restart, keep tapping F8 during Boot and select the Advanced option > Last known good. I have to do that...
  3. I wouldn't advise running JRT yet, it also wipes...

    I wouldn't advise running JRT yet, it also wipes out the Windows logs, they might prove useful.
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    The Avast link must be to the equivalent of...

    The Avast link must be to the equivalent of support via PM, not something I can access.

    Do the SAS or Nero Backup drivers appear in DriverView or Autoruns?
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    We enjoy a challenge, Roy :) A link to your...

    We enjoy a challenge, Roy :)

    A link to your Avast topic(s) might be helpful.

    Resetting Driver Verifier turns it off until it is manually re-enabled, it should be off by default, only turned on...
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    Hi, Roy. I called in the cavalry...

    Hi, Roy.

    I called in the cavalry for this one as it's out of my league. The resulting breakdown points back to the Avast! VM Monitor driver being involved in some kind of hold up and interfering...
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    No, Roy, I can't access it from that link.

    No, Roy, I can't access it from that link.
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    Well, did you try changing WIN to Lounge? It...

    Well, did you try changing WIN to Lounge? It worked for Sudo15.
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    The temporary page file is created for Windows'...

    The temporary page file is created for Windows' own use :)

    If he has an SSD, rather than a SSHD, perhaps he should use a setting like 1GB minimum, 4GB maximum and keep tabs on its usage - or check...
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    Hi and Welcome to the Lounge! W7x64 user here,...

    Hi and Welcome to the Lounge!

    W7x64 user here, 8GB of RAM, currently virtual memory (page file, swap file) is set to use a minimum of 1.5GB up to a maximum of 4.4GB across 3 drives. Current VM...
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    It's a dropdown, not an icon, it changes the site...

    It's a dropdown, not an icon, it changes the site style.

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    You might not see all the options listed, they may be 'rank' dependant.
  12. You can try to update the Windows Update Agent to...

    You can try to update the Windows Update Agent to the latest version (W7x64 SP1's latest version is actually 7.6.7600.320, not 256 as stated in the MS article): http://support.microsoft.com/kb/949104
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    Pale Moon is not a clone of anything. While it is...

    Pale Moon is not a clone of anything. While it is created using Mozilla Firefox binaries, it is a different beast, a fork, of Firefox.
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    Try selecting the Lounge style from the dropdown,...

    Try selecting the Lounge style from the dropdown, bottom left of the page.
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    KB2993651 updates ~4 files that are GDI/Win32k...

    KB2993651 updates ~4 files that are GDI/Win32k -related, ie. graphics/display, they won't change anything in the networking subsystem. Similar for KB2982791 (KB2993651 was superseded by KB2982791).
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    Same dump file that was zipped and attached to...

    Same dump file that was zipped and attached to #42.
  17. Revisit Dell and download/install the correct...

    Revisit Dell and download/install the correct monitor *.inf files (drivers) so that Windows can utilise it fully (resolution and refresh rate).

    Windows will also need to 'see' the monitor, that's...
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    I can't access that, Roy. Do you have a URL...

    I can't access that, Roy.

    Do you have a URL for your Avast topic as well?
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    Yes, that's way too big for most fora, zip it and...

    Yes, that's way too big for most fora, zip it and upload it to somewhere like SkyDrive (or w/e the name is today), ensure it's publicly accessible and then post the URL back here.
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    Hi again, Roy. Unfortunately, that BSOD type,...

    Hi again, Roy.

    Unfortunately, that BSOD type, 0x101, can't be analysed fully from a minidump, a kernel or full dump is needed.

    The cause is that a CPU core had waited too long, 19 cycles, for...
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    A 0xF4 BSOD is CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION: a...

    A 0xF4 BSOD is CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION: a process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated.

    As this happens during boot, I can't think of an easy way to...
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    The recent comments suggest that Freefixer is...

    The recent comments suggest that Freefixer is useless for this, Autoruns (from the 2nd URL) would be the better way to go.
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    They all look like spy/ad/crap-ware to me,...

    They all look like spy/ad/crap-ware to me, Caroline, those I'm not so sure of are running from very dodgy locations - nuke them all :)

    Did you follow Sudo15's advice from #10? If not, set it up...
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    Without any data to work with, we can only guess...

    Without any data to work with, we can only guess (feels like it might be graphics-related); see para #2 in Post #3 for a method to collect the data or upload the crash dump file as suggested in Post...
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    Apologies Caroline, it should be in the C:...

    Apologies Caroline, it should be in the C: AdwCleaner folder, C:\AdwCleaner\AdwCleaner[S1].txt <- but it might be [S0], mine is.

    Let's run an online AV check to see if that picks up any remnants...
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