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Troubleshoot Option Under Advanced Startup Option Missing

Q: Troubleshoot Option Under Advanced Startup Option Missing

The Troubleshoot icon that should be under the 'Advanced Startup' Option is missing. System is a new Dell Latitude 10 ST2 Tablet running Windows 8. Have access to 9 other identical tablets, all configured the same and they all have the Troubleshoot Option. Have tried multiple methods of getting to "Advanced Startup" display (including Safe mode, 'shutdown /r /o', etc.), but all result in only having the 'Continue', 'Use a Device', and 'Turn Off your PC' options - No Troubleshoot. Other than missing this icon, system is working fine. Shy of wiping the disk and starting over, any suggestions? Thanks!

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A: Troubleshoot Option Under Advanced Startup Option Missing

im having the same problem, nobody has a solution?!!?

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When accessing the Windows 8 Advanced Startup Options (ASO), I am expecting to see a menu option called Troubleshoot – see screenshot (from Microsoft).

..but when I access this screen on my brand new Windows 8 XPS12, the Troubleshoot menu item is not displayed – see screenshot.

This is contrary to standard Windows 8 functionality.
I would be grateful for any advice on getting access to the Troubleshoot menu of Windows 8 ASO. Thanks!
 
Regards,
David.

A:Troubleshoot option missing from Windows 8 Advanced Startup Options (ASO) on XPS12

Hi David,
I appreciate your efforts for providing the screenshots of Windows 8 Advanced Startup Options. Please follow the steps that I have provided below to start the computer again with Advanced Startup Options and check if the “Troubleshoot” icon appears:
1. On the Windows 8 Desktop, open the Charms Bar by moving the mouse pointer to the top right corner of the screen.2. Click on “Settings” and the click on the “Power” icon.3. Hold down the “Shift Key” and click “Restart”.4. Windows 8 will load the Advanced Startup Options.
Please let me know if the “Troubleshoot” icon appears.

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I have a Dell Inspiron 1720 with Windows Vista I am trying to do a factory image but the repair your computer is missing from the F8 advanced boot options menu.
Can anyone tell me how to get this back on the list Thanks in advance

A:advanced boot option menu missing option

if your just trying to do a "factory reset" try powering on then press the ctrl key and the f11 key at the same time (at the dell logo), should get you a pc restore screen, follow the instructions...good luckps, if you have a manual, the key configuration may be different...

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In my lab , we have just bought a Inspiron 15 with Windows 8.  We tried to install  a device driver software in the PC but that require is to disable driver signature enforecement. But when I tried to find " Troubleshoot" option following this path, Change PC settings > General > Advanced Start-up > Restart Now, it is only showing Continue, Add a device and Turn off your PC. No troubleshoot option.
To  disable driver signature , I checked that I need to follow the path Troubleshoot>Advanced options>Startup Settings>Disable driver signature enforcement (7th system boot mode). As, Ithe troubleshoot option itself is not coming so I can't do any of that.
Please suggest what should I do? Is there any other method to enable 7th system boot mode or it is some problem is with the OS?

Looking forward to have a solution.

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Right now, I want to go to the troubleshoot option but there's no "Troubleshoot" option. I can only see options to continue to Windows 8.1 and Turn off the PC. How can I enable it? I already used that option previously to uninstall an antivirus in safe mode but suddenly it's unavailable.

Thanks!

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I have used easeus partition manager. I think this has disabled some options. I have 5 OEM partitions on harddisk. Now what should I do?

A:Missing troubleshoot tile in advanced startup

At your own risk, flash your bios with the latest Bios update, or the same one you are using now. I know this sounds a little weird, but yesterday I had issues after a dumb attempt at refreshing my install, and I couldn't reboot due to start up, I couldn't restore an image. So I took a punt and flashed the Bios with the same bios that was installed and it fixed the issue.

Flashing a BIOS can have risks associated. Please only attempt this if you know what you are doing. First possibly just reset BIOS to defaults and see if it makes a difference.

Its worth a try.

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Hi, I have a problem with Windows 8.1.
 
I have used 'Advanced Startup Option' and 'System Restore' a few weeks ago and everything worked fine.
 
Yesterday, I tried to log in to Windows and typed password and Windows said the password is incorrect. Hence, I now cannot log in to my computer.
 
I tried to use 'Safe mode', so I have pressed 'Shift' + 'Restart' (from this log in screen) to enter 'Advanced Startup Option' menu. There I can navigate through menu, but when I get to the screen where I want to use 'System Restore' or 'System Refresh' or even start computer in 'Safe mode' or 'Debugging mode', the system reboots itself and I am back to my login screen where password doesn't work.
 
Has anyone any idea why is that and how to correct this? Thank you very much for your help!
 
P.S. I don't have access to the web on this particular computer.

A:Help with Advanced Startup Option

I have solved the problem - I have copied recovery files from my other computer and somehow used them in this computer. Thanks anyway.

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Hi, I have a problem with Windows 8.1.

I have used 'Advanced Startup Option' and 'System Restore' a few weeks ago and everything worked fine.

Yesterday, I tried to log in to Windows and typed password and Windows said the password is incorrect. Hence, I now cannot log in to my computer.

I tried to use 'Safe mode', so I have pressed 'Shift' + 'Restart' (from this log in screen) to enter 'Advanced Startup Option' menu. There I can navigate through menu, but when I get to the screen where I want to use 'System Restore' or 'System Refresh' or even start computer in 'Safe mode' or 'Debugging mode', the system reboots itself and I am back to my login screen where password doesn't work.

Has anyone any idea why is that and how to correct this? Thank you very much for your help!

P.S. I don't have access to the web on this particular computer.

A:Help with Advanced Startup Option

I have solved the problem - I have copied recovery files from my other computer and somehow used them in this computer. Thanks anyway.

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 Hello all:      I am trying to "restore system" in w10 and choose the  way of"To Do a System Restore of Windows 10 at Boot"    The first step of this method is to "boot to advanced startup options"     But, I can not find the "advanced startup" option?!      Where is it? Please tell me!

A:Where "advanced startup" option.

Double,See here: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Where-quot-advanced-startup-quot...

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     Hello all:      I am trying to "restore system" in w10 and choose the  way of"To Do a System Restore of Windows 10 at Boot"    The first step of this method is to "boot to advanced startup options"     But, I can not find the "advanced startup" option?!      Where is it? Please tell me!

A:Where "advanced startup" option.

Hi,Try Option 2, 5 or 6 given in this tutorial: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2294-boot-advanced-startup-options-windows-10-a.htmlRegardsVisruth

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Hello there, I  want to run Virtualbox on my PC and Virtualbox comes with 32bit and no 64bit initially. So, in order for me to use 64bit, we would have to go thru Bios by enabling Intel Virtualization Technology manually. My bios version is F.24 and it seeems to be upto date. I tried to look for that option in every tab menu on my bios, but it seems like the ADVANCED option tab is completly missing there including a lot of other options. Can you guys please refer to the image file pasted below and help me with this? thank you.  Reagrds,HP Customer 

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I have a problem right here. My Windows 8.1 is missing the Troubleshoot option like the above picture. It just have 2 option: Continue and Turn off PC. I haven't find out any solution in the internet.

A:[Help]Advanced Startup Option in Windows 8.1

Well, I suppose I will start. Could you open an administrative command prompt and type the following command. Insert the results on your next post.

reagentc /info

A picture of your Disk Management window, showing the partitions with the graphical section shown might also be helpful.

But it looks like you don't have the options available for some reason.

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Hello,

My OS is W7 x64 PRO.

The Advanced Boot Option is the big problem, to be exact the lack of it when using the F8 key. The only thing is happening the PC is beeping rapidly, and then terminting the f8 the OS loading normally instead of getting into ABO.
How to get it back?
Any advice?
Thank you

A:Advanced Boot Option is missing

Check and see if your Bios is upto date.

Roy

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Hello, The Advanced Boot Option is the big problem, to be exact the lack of it when using the F8 key. The only thing is happening the PC is beeping rapidly, and then terminating the f8 the OS loading normally instead of getting into ABO.How to get it back?Any advice for solution is appreciated.Thank you

A:Advanced Boot Option is missing

Hello, Thank you for posting in the HP Support forum. There are some settings not configured in the Windows boot options.You can read more about it here >> https://forum.acronis.com/forum/6758 Some tips:If you find it too difficult to repair, an alternative option to boot the machine in Safe Mode is by msconfig:>> http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/how-to-start-windows-in-safe-mode/#windows7 An alternative way for using System Restore if Windows fails to start:>> http://support.hp.com/hr-en/document/c01835735#AbT6

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Hello,The Advanced Boot Option is the problem, to be exact, the lack of it.When using the F8 key at boot up the only thing is happening the PC is beeping rapidly and the OS loading normally instead of getting into ABO.(As I know the rapid beeping could signify hardware fault. I've tried the same f8 procedure with different keyboard, the outcome was the same negative one.)Any ideas how to fix this?Thanxbarsim 

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Hello all,

My childs system is missing the Java option in the Tools/Internet Options/Advanced tab. I tried uninstalling/reinstalling the JRE environment but still, nothing. I completely removed the Java folders and such before I reinstalled too to no avail.

I have run several online virus programs (clean) as well as Spybot S&D, Malwarebytes, and Windows Defender and they all come out clean.

I think this is a configuration issue rather than malware.

Has anyone else expierienced this and know a cure?

System Config:
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Vista Home Ultimate (32 bit)
IE8
Parental Controls On

After reinstalling I ran the Java "Test" on the Java site and here are the results:

load: class testvmDynamicJavaComPopUp819.class not found.
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: testvmDynamicJavaComPopUp819.class
at sun.plugin2.applet.Applet2ClassLoader.findClass(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2ClassLoader.loadCode(Unknown Source)
at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager.createApplet(Unknown Source)
at sun.plugin2.applet.Plugin2Manager$AppletExecutionRunnable.run(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
Caused by: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at java.io.BufferedInputStream.fill(Unknown Source)
at java.io.BufferedInputStream.read1(Unknown Source)
at java.io.BufferedInputStrea... Read more

A:Java Option Missing in Advanced Options

I found some other errors a well so I am replacing the drive. Thanks to all of those that looked at the thread.

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Advanced Boot option menu missing from my Deii Inspiron 1720 as far as I can tell the recovery drive is still intact. I have seen a web page somewhere that explained how to fix this issue cause I needed it before I know Windows AIK is used but thats all I remember any help is welcome thanks

A:Advanced Boot option menu missing

sorry what is missing is the repair your computer option that is what I'm looking to repair

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On a friend's computer, when I access the advanced boot menu using F8, the repair your computer option is missing. I found this info on a Microsoft page:

Repair your computer
Shows a list of system recovery tools you can use to repair startup problems, run diagnostics, or restore your system. This option is available only if the tools are installed on your computer's hard disk.

Does anyone know if these tools can be installed on a computer that is missing them? This is an Asus laptop.

Thanks

A:Repair your computer option missing from advanced boot menu

Originally Posted by YoVincenzo


On a friend's computer, when I access the advanced boot menu using F8, the repair your computer option is missing. I found this info on a Microsoft page:

Repair your computer
Shows a list of system recovery tools you can use to repair startup problems, run diagnostics, or restore your system. This option is available only if the tools are installed on your computer's hard disk.

Does anyone know if these tools can be installed on a computer that is missing them? This is an Asus laptop.

Thanks



I don't possess such deep knowledge to answer your question.
Perhaps the following link will be of interest to you :
Lost "Repair My Computer" Option in F8 Boot Advanced Startup Options Menu

Lost "Repair My Computer" Option in F8 Boot Advanced Startup Options Menu - Vista Setup and Install

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Hey,
I have a HP Pavilion notebook. A bit older I think. It had built in windows Vista Home Premium. Somehow my hard disk crashed and I bought a new one. I installed windows 7 ultimate 32 bit and updated to service pack 1. I made a system image using windows default recovery console. Everything was fine. But today I needed to restore my computer to a previous restore point. Every time I press F8 to get to the advanced boot option I see everything is okay except the "repair your computer" option. Somehow the "repair your computer" option disappeared. I tried ctrl+F11 button and the F11 button too. F11 button worked for my previous vista home premium but for Win-7 it's the F8 key. Can anyone help me with this please? How may I get the "repair your computer" option back? Is there any way to edit advanced to boot option to get that option back? I would be needing it in case of system image recovery. Please I don't want to reinstall the O/S once again. Please somebody help me.

A:Advanced boot option doesn't show the option "repair your computer"!

On my clean OS install, the "repair your computer" option also does not appear in the F8 Advanced Boot Options list.
The option does appear on my ACER PC.

You can access this option by booting from a System Repair CD/DVD. A system repair CD is a must have.

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I recently formatted and re-installed windows NT 4.0 on one of the clients computers running off a server. I was able to restore all the original setting except for the log off option in the start window. It is usually above the shut down option. How do I go about getting this option back up? I know I can just hit alt+cntl+del, but the user wants the short cut back up.
 

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I just recently upgraded to Windows 10 and now my printer is not allowing me to "enable advanced printing features" in the printer properties under the advanced tab.  The box is checked however it is grey'd out and not even an option for
selecting  and deselecting.  Neither Dell nor HP support had any idea how to correct this issue.  Can someone please help me with this issue?

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Hello, I an having a huge problem with my Lenovo P500 right now.

I resized the partition by 52 GB, and now the Troubleshoot option in advanced startup options don't work, and now, my OneKey Recovery crashes (via startup option). It says "OneKey Recovery has damaged, so don't boot main application".

Nothing seems to be working for me.
I tried using dism but that doesn't work. I tried SFC but it just won't fix the files. I tried refreshing my PC via PC Settings but I need a recovery disc. The rest of the system works fine, though.

A:Troubleshoot option disappeared, OKR Crash

by creating another partition - you bumped back your recovery partition by 1 (meaning is was registered as say partition 5 and it now resides in partition 6 )

right click start flag > command prompt(admin)
type> diskpart
type> select disk 0
type> list volume

You will see a lot of volumes without drive letters assigned.. Find the 10-20GB volume number
type> select volume # (# being the volume number without a drive letter)
type> assign letter=R
type> exit
type> reagentc /disable

You can now browse thru R and find Install.wim or Install.swm(s) - those are your Factory recovery Images..

Note: Assuming the install* file(s) are on "R" and in a folder called "RecoveryImage"
Note: Change "drive letter" and "folder name" to suit your system setup

type> Reagentc /Setosimage /Path R:\RecoveryImage /Target C:\Windows /Index 1

type> reagentc /enable
reboot PC

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I have an adsl router and windows 7 ultimate. The connction status sometimes show's limited connectivity when I click on disconnect and connect again it prompts for troubleshoot connectivity problem, on clicking this it runs a few checks and brings up a window saying connectivity has been fixed and then my internet work's fine.

This problem sometimes does not occur all the time. Sometimes after i switch on the router and then the wifi switch it connects just fine.
Also need help with securing my wifi connection.

Please advice.

Thanks
 

A:Wifi connects after using troubleshoot option

Make sure you have the latest wireless driver. If the adapter is integrated get the driver from the laptop manufacturer's web site.

(From a JohnWill post)

TCP/IP stack repair options for use with Vista or 7.

Start - All Programs - Accessories and right click on Command Prompt, select "Run as Administrator" to open a command prompt.

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog

Reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log

Reset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log

Reboot the machine.
 

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Last night I updated my computer to Windows 10.
I noticed after doing so my Gaming Rig (which has been out of commission since 2014) had a 32bit operating system despite having the capacity to run a 64bit.

I read online that I'd be able to create a boot disc or usb device using the Media creation tool and install that following a few easy steps, however, going into the advanced start up options, it looked a bit different than what I was led to believe.

(Expected)
(What I see)
(Note: This was just a reference image I found, I am running Windows 10, not 8.1).

My Disc Reader is working fine, so I'm unsure what I'm missing. I've had no luck searching for any answers so I thought I'd ask for my sanity's sake.

I've tried both a USB & and a DVD, both were able to hold the boot data created from the Media Creator, however I can't seem to get it to take.

I've attempted to open up the boot menu while loading, however when I selected to boot from BIOS using USB (HDD, ZIP, or otherwise), nothing would take. When I attempted to boot through CD/DVD, it only loaded windows 10 as normal, however my Desktop was broken (ie no icons outside of recycle bin), I couldn't access the start menu and Cortana has forgotten the hour or two we spent together asking me to initialize the function once more..

It wasn't a fresh install, however, and it certainly wasn't the 64 bit system.
Now, I'm at a loss.

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Okay can someone help me. I am getting Disc at once errors when bruning it burns 100% of the data and fails at the end with - Could not perform end of Disc-at-once

I also noted it shows DMA off on Nero even after an uninstall and a reinstall. (THe big problem I have is the only place it shows is the log file AFTER a bad burn so I have to wastes a DVD to get acknowledgement. I have the channel set tp UDMA 2 (and tried all 6 per a previous thread) as well as uninstalled and reinstalled them.

Lastly I have dumbed down the speed to 1x and I also tried 3 different media types and brands (all had worked with this brurner in the past).

Sooooooo

long story short I really am tired of waiting 40 minutes per burn to see if I have a coaster and check out the log so I decided I am oging to upgrade first then troubleshoot (this will rule out the unit itself being defective too).

I am doing a budget buy so want to stay under 40$ so this leaves me with a few choices. I have bought sony in the past (this is what my 2x is currently). THough I really am up to buying anything that is good solid and reliable.

Any reason not to choose one of the below over the other 2?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16827152058 - NEC 16X DVD±R DVD Burner Black IDE/ATAPI Model ND-3550A - OEM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16827131031 - SONY 16X DVD±R DVD Burner Black IDE Model DWQ120AB2 - OEM
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A:Solved: Dvd burner won't burn - old 2x - Decide upgrade is the first option to troubleshoot.

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I have a problem with a W10 build in that when I boot into Advanced Start-up the some of the options are missing (e.g. Command Prompt).

This is the history of my build.

1. Initial install of W7 onto a 3TB hard disk (I subsequently realised I was only seeing 2TB of the drive due to using a MBR (not GPT) disk format.

2. Upgrade to W10 (I had 'normal' Advanced Start-up options at this point)

3. Converted my disk from MBR to GPT using this method (Convert Windows 7/8/10 Installation from Legacy to UEFI Without Data Loss (Simpler Method) - YouTube), I shrunk a partition and added an UEFI one at the end of the disk.

4. My system boots file using UEFI but I now have lost some/most of the Advanced Options.
This is my current partition info.
My C: drive is partition 2, D: is partition 4. Partition 5 is the new UEFI partition I created.

Any thoughts appreciated.

A:Windows 10 Troubleshoot - Advanced Options missing

From an elevated command prompt, please run reagentc.exe /info and post the results.

Also, what files are in partition 5 that you created?

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I have w7 ultimate x64, a recent upgrade from Vista x86. However i can't find the "advanced search" options, whereby previously in vista, I right clicked on the drive or folder I want to search then I could input my search parameters.

Windows 7 seems to have extremely poor search capabilities, because I can't specify a lot of things like I did before.

For example I am unable to set the search to files more than 1gb in size, because there is only "gigantic" which is pathetically small at 128mb.

How to fix this?

A:Where is advanced search option?

Click Start then Computer.

When the window below opens select drive you wish to Search then enter query in top right where it says Search.

Search bar at the start menu is a bit more limited.

Option Two here also.
Search in Windows 7

These also may be helpful.
How to Have More Accurate Search Results in Windows 7 and Vista
How to Configure and Fully Utilize Windows 7 Search

Mike

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HI,

Within the settings of IE (Advanced) there is " Reuse windows for launching shortcuts" can someone tell me what this does?? i.e. What is the difference when adding/removing the tick??

Thanks..
 

A:IE Advanced/Option Question?

If the option is ticked and you click on a link say in Outlook Express or Internet Explorer AND you already have a Internet Explorer window open then the link will open in the same window instead of opening a new window.
Kilowatt
 

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plz help me to active the hidden menu in bios setup for installing other o.s such as mac OSX my bios version is : insydeH Rev5.0 Thanks For All .

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Hi Everybody.

Ive looked thru many threads here about Easy Transfer Tool and i didnt see my question anywhere..... I just finally done away with Windows XP and used the easy transfer tool to store my user accounts to be put back on the new Windows 7 system... Now that i have installed most of my programs and set my settings, ive decided that i dont want to move all of the user account stuff to my new windows 7 machine

My Question is, (can i use the Easy transfer Tool "advance option" when i connect it to the new windows 7 and only transfer my photos, music and internet explorer favorites from the user accounts).... I dont want my settings affected in anyway..... Ive created a restore point so i could go back to it just in case something went wrong but wanted some advice before i connected the easy transfer up to the new windows 7...

Thank You All For Your Help

A:Easy Transfer Too Advanced Option

You say "photos, music, and Internet Explorer favorites".

You don't need Easy Transfer to move that stuff around. I'd think it would be an unnecessary complication for that purpose.

Are you locked into Easy Transfer and no longer have direct access to the original copies or backups of those 3 things?

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Hi, I posted a thread a few days ago in the Windows 7 section and as instructed I decided to make my thread here instead.

HijackThis:
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 21:02:24, on 2014-01-31
Platform: Windows Vista SP2 (WinNT 6.00.1906)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.19489)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Program Files (x86)\TeamViewer\Version8\TeamViewer.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\DAEMON Tools Lite\DTLite.exe
C:\Users\NormS\AppData\Local\FluxSoftware\Flux\flux.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Druide\Antidote 7\Programmes32\agentantidote.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdder\razerhid.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\DivX\DivX Update\DivXUpdate.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Java\Java Update\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdderBlackEdition\razerhid.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdderBlackEdition\razertra.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdder\razerofa.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdder\vdDaemon.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Razer\DeathAdderBlackEdition\razerofa.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\Update Core\NvBackend.exe
C:\Program Files\Logitech\GamePanel Software\Applets\LCDMedia.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Realtime Soft\RTSHookInterop\x32\RTSHookInterop.exe
D:\Downloads\dogecoin-qt-v14-Win\dogecoin-qt.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
D:\Jeux\Steam\Steam.exe
D:\Downloads\HijackThis.exe

R1 - HKCU\Software\M... Read more

A:Can't access the Advanced boot option.

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Hi I seen that this should be ticked on other forums but just wanted make sure here as this forum seems to no what your doing more and seems more legit. But does PCI lock need to be ticked or un ticked in boot advanced option. I no that leaving number of processors and maximum memory un ticked uses auto but if I chose to use all 8 processors my self and maximum memory could this improve system just incase auto not using them all or working right?.

Main question though is PCI Clock.
Thanks.

A:PCI lock boot advanced option?.

PCI lock or clock? very confusing post.

If that option is what I am thinking is, then do not mess with it unless you want to risk burning your PCI-e devices/corrupt hard disk

Default clock is 100Mhz, and almost only increased by experienced overclockers sometimes to ensure stability. Most of the time it is manually set to 100Mhz so it doesn't scale with FSB (Front Side Bus) speed.

I am not a overclock person though, (I will ask help regarding this in due time) so if I am wrong friends will correct.

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Hi,
I have just upgraded to windows 7 last week.The problem is when I am trying to hit F8 button and get into advanced boot options.I tried holding it down instead of repeatedly pressing it too ..tried everything possible, All the time only a screen appears that give me the option to select the boot device with 3 options(My HD, USB Drive and DVD). I can't get into safe mode.. Please help Me

I am having 32 bit with Intel i3

A:Advanced boot option F8 not appearing

Check in BIOS for USB legacy is enable, & not disabled.
or
Try a PS2 keyboard.

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Hi I am posting this for a friend, his advanced boot menu pops up every time his laptop is started even though it shuts down correctly. Windows 7 OS, It is up to date Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

A:Windows 7 advanced boot option

Ask your friend to go Start - type msconfig - press Enter and under the General tab that Normal startup is checked and/or under the Boot tab that Safe boot is unchecked.

If they are as they should be, then select Repair your Computer when in the Advanced boot mode and navigate to the Recovery Environment to select Startup Repair.

If that returns that it is unable to auto repair then run the Startup Repair another twice to see if that resolves.

Let us know if either msconfig or the Startup Repair fail to resolve.

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Ok, this is one of the reasons I REALLY hate Windows 10. When I go to the RECOVERY menu get to ADVANCED SETTINGS the only option is to RESTART NOW.......there is NO SUB-MENU to choose USB BOOT, NO CD BOOT, no option to boot into UEFI...ETC....how do I fix????

A:LOST troubleshooting option, advanced settings

You might want to try clicking on restart now. You might be surprised at the result.

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I've seen a tutorial before that if you're using a Processor to check on "Number of Processors" and select 2 supposedly it helps booting up into Windows faster.

How about the "Maximum Memory"?
Do you think it'll help if I used all the memory to boot Windows?

and if not, what do you think it's good for?

A:Boot Advanced Option (Maximum Memory)

Those options are present for testing configuration options (software testing, driver testing, debugging).

Any reference to setting these options to aid in booting or increasing system performance is nonsense.

The settings are there to limit performance, not to increase it.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E4400 @ 2.00GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2038 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) 946GZ Express Chipset Family, 128 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 76316 MB, Free - 33684 MB; E: Total - 80003 MB, Free - 48976 MB; F: Total - 149997 MB, Free - 50195 MB; G: Total - 99998 MB, Free - 15365 MB; H: Total - 146938 MB, Free - 76456 MB;
Motherboard: LENOVO, LENOVO
Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
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I hope I uploaded an attachment which shows a screen shot of how an advanced boot screen should look, but you likely know anyways (http://b2b.cbsimg.net/gallery/6253822-512-384.jpg). Mine looks identical except for one row / option missing. "Repair your computer". This is the row that I need to proceed with the system recovery option using an image I created on an external hard drive.

Question: Is there a way to get to the screen which has the "repair your computer" row available?
Thanks
 

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hi i have laptop hp dv7 6055ef i want new driver for video cards. i get to many freezes atikmpag.sys.and i want advanced option on bios.pls dont say lies and give me what i ask as a customer 

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Is there a way have windows search always use Advanced Options, such as search hidden files, system folders, etc... ?
 

A:Solved: Use Advanced Search Option by default?

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NEW option is not working in Drive Options (Advanced) during the installation of windows 8..
option is GREY instead of BLUE..
If anyone can help..

A:NEW option is not working in Drive Options (Advanced)

Is there any free space on the drive? If not, then there is nothing new can do?

Is there anything else on the drive? If not, just delete all partitions until you have a single, unallocated partition then click Next and let Windows 8 create the needed partitions and install.

See here: Clean Install - Windows 8

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The option "Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows" is off and greyed out since I did the Anniversary update. Does anyone know how I can fix this?

A:A Windows Update Advanced Option is Greyed Out

Windows Update - Reset in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
maybe?

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Hi, my computer crashed a couple hours ago out of nowhere and when it restarted itself I got the dreaded "BOOTMGR is missing" message. I'm running Windows Vista 32-bit. I put my Windows recovery disc in and entered the information for language, time and currency, and keyboard input. Then it tries to go directly to installing Windows. I don't have an option for repairing it. I can't afford to reinstall as I have way too much stuff to lose and it would be devastating. There should be an option after that first screen on the lower left so i can repair instead of install. I'm desperate and time is of the essence as I was working on something I need done for tomorrow. I tried to follow the steps here... http://cyberst0rm.blogspot.com/2007/04/how-to-fix-bootmgr-is-missing-in.html , but yeah, like i said, it doesn't give me an option to repair after that first screen. Please help, I'm starting to tear out my hair!
 

A:"BOOTMGR is missing" but i don't have an option to simply repair startup, help!

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Hi,
I recently installed Windows 7 on my new SSD and everything was fine but when I tried to access safe mode later on, by pressing F8, a black screen appeared with nothing but a flashing white "_". I have to manually restart the computer at this point. I've tried to reformat Windows but the problem persist. I've heard it might be a Virus that block me from accessing safe mode but my system seems clean.

Any ideas?

Thank you.
 

A:Can't access the Advanced boot option, black screen.

Try some online scans from various antivirus vendors. They are all free. Bitdefender, ESET, Kaspersky and Trend Micro. If they report a problem. Then post in the virus removal sub-forum to get help.
 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II P320 Dual-Core Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 6 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2810 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 Series, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 293430 MB, Free - 211194 MB;
Motherboard: AMD Corp., Guam
Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus 2013, Updated and Enabled

Trying to fix friends laptop. Need to restore it. All her restore points are gone. Want to do a system image recovery" if IT still has old information from Advanced Boot Options. Have tried a dozen times to restart and use F8 key get to Advanced Boot Options. Manage to get to Safe Mode Option but I don't see or there isn't anyway to get o the Advanced Boot Options screen. Wondering about just going to the command prompt after windows loads and typing rstrul.exe. will that work? Thanks,,,, its taking too long and I want it done before she gets here from work so i can just give it to her.
 

A:Advanced Boot Option and System Image REcovery

hiya, try tapping f5 as soon as you startup keep tapping until you hear a beep
 

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Helloto the point: i want to underclock the speed of memory from 1333 to 800. But to do that, i need to go into BIOS Advanced option (chipset) and here is the problem. There is no advanced option in my BIOS version 3.7 in my Z500 ideapad. Is there any chance of getting there ? Or this option is locked ? 

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I was wondering if it is possible to programmatically change the Advanced Sharing -> Homegroup connections option? I would like to run a script to set it to "Use User account and passwords to connect to other computers".
I have looked around at different registry settings and the group policy editor and haven't found it yet.
Appreciate the input. Much thanks.

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