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Nothing opens up. Computer seriously damaged


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#1 Sugar Coated Wiggly Worm

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 11:10 PM

Ok this is going to be a little hard to discribe whats wrong with my computer since nothing is working and im not computer expert. Ok so we have one computer at my house and theres more then one person who uses it. Recently people in the house have complained that "Nothing opens up" When i tryed to fix it, well nothing opened up. I mean NOTHING what so ever will open up, unless its a folder or a notepad thing. When i opened up the Task manager and loked at the processes and programs running I notice something called "Spools.exe" For some reason this always pops up when i want a program to start. I have tryed everything from downloading programs (Doesnt work because nothing will happen) Going in safe mode (Acts the same) and even using online scaners and fixers (Dosnt help) I cant post up the HJT files because it wont open but as soon as the programs start opening up I will. EDIT: I am also finding files that i have never had on this computer before.

Edited by Sugar Coated Wiggly Worm, 01 July 2008 - 12:56 AM.

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