Originally Posted by Rebellion88
Try a system restore, go into accessories then system tools and click system restore. Then select a restore date from a while back before this problem was happening and it will restore your computer to an earlier date if the problem persists you can go back.
I have contacted Dell technical support now four
times and each time they try to do something different. Restoring the system is one of the first things that they did, and it did not work. Honestly, this is really started to tick me off- there is no real information in the error message about what is going wrong, so tech support can't tell either. I really don't think that Dell is ever going to be able to fix whatever is wrong with my computer through tech support, because I feal that it must be some sort of hardware defect that can only be fixed by having it replaced. I am pretty sure that this probelm is not a memory overload because I have 2 gigabytes of RAM and I never even get close to using fifty percent of it.The processor or the mother board are the only things that make sense to me. At what point would Dell agree to replace my computer or other Hardware for me? Any other thoughts or ideas?
Other things that Dell Technical Support has tryed:
-Uninstall by Google Desktop
-Stoped some start up probelms (Which has caused some probelms!!!!!!
Please, any help is appreciated.