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  1. Make sure you have the newest, not only driver, software for the printer, I've had similar issues while the printer driver is installed it will not work until the original software is installed.
  2. I have now narrowed it down to my wireless network. When I disable WLAN card everything works beautifull. Using newest drivers :< UPDATE Disabling WLAN is not neccessary. Problem goes away even if I just disconnect the wlan connection.
  3. No the problem does no occur in safe mode. However if I boot up in Safe Mode with Networking the problem will occur again. This would indicate that the it is a network problem? I do have Network drives added that I use at work, but it used to work perfect..
  4. Hi. My account is an administrator yes. And the OS is Vista Business
  5. Hey guys. I have a big problem. Whenever i open my "Computer" icon on my desktop it opens an explorer window, that shows me absolutely nothing but a white blank screen After a while (1-2 minutes) it shows my harddrives and is normal. If i close it down and open it aggain, it will do that exact same thing. However, if I access shortcuts that links directly to a harddrive, cd-drive whatever, there is no problems at all and they open up right away. It's ONLY when I try to access "Computer". Im using a HP 8710w laptop, but I'm sure this is something OS related, since it also happened sometimes on my older HP laptop. Hope you guys can help, else I dont know where to turn Update I used Resourcesurveillance to further investigate and this is what i found when opening my "Computer": Update This problem is now solved. I checked safe mode, no problem. Then safe mode with networking, still problem. This lead me to think it was network related. I found out that if I disabled my WLAN the problem would disappear. I then tried to uninstall my network drives, and the problem is gone. I have reinstallated network drives and everything works now. Just wanted to share the info and thank for the replies.
  6. It SHOULD be easy to uninstall SP1. Goto programs and features and then View installed updates. Find Service Pack for Windows and uninstall it. However it can be a b***h. Take a look here http://www.msfn.org/board/Uninstall-SP1-RC...P1-t114362.html
  7. Aint there someone who can help? I tried using CMD (as admin) and run "start /w pkgmgr /up:VistaSP1-KB936330~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.0.1.17128" but that didnt help either. I also tried uninstalling ALL updates to Vista. Nothing seems to help. Please assist me!
  8. Hey guys. I'm going absolutely crazy here. I currently have SP1 RC installed on Vista, so the other day I decided to install the final SP1 for Vista. Just one problem, I can't uninstall SP1 RC I tried following these instructions Instructions But I simply cant get anything to happend. ANY help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  9. Using this I found that my WinSxS folder takes up as much as 6gb or 43% of my Windows folder.. I searched a little for some information about this and what I found out is that this is a folder used to store .dll files and so on to avoid important .dll files overwrite.. But ****, 6 GB? On my PC this had not been a problem, but on my notebook I have limited amount of space I hope some expert on this folder will show his voice because if it keeps growing as it has been until now, I will have to reinstall at some point, and I would HATE reinstallaing for a lame reason like this, because the system runs smooth, when there is enough space
  10. So I was wondering what all my space on C:\ was being used for, since the drive is starting to be pretty filled. I came across that my Windows folder is over 13GB!!! Stuff on my desktop, documents, and so on is in the C:\Users folder right, so what the hell is taking up all that space in the windows directory?? Had this been in 2000/XP I would have been pretty confident what I could delete to save some space, but I dont know that much about Vista.. I'm running Vista Ultimate if that makes any difference.. Any help guys?
  11. hey chlubb. I think some more info would help. When does it happend? What are your specs? It is definately a driver problem, I would recommend you check for newest drivers for all your hardware.
  12. Hey guys. I'm getting a TON of unwanted folders on my D: drive. They're named like this MSIxxxxx.tmp where xxxxx = numbers and letters And yes, they are accessible folders with an .extension added to their name, however there is absolutely nothing inside the folders. When googling all I have been able to find is some way to remove them with a tool called "Disk Cleaner", but that is not what I want, I want them to stop coming! Besides the MSI folders I'm also getting folders named _544069_ with various numbers inside the foldername, I have not been able to find any information about these folders though. If ANYONE has a suggestion to how I can stop either of these folders from being created I would be very happy since I get annoyed everytime i visit my D: drive.. oh btw. I'm running Windows Vista 32bit UK on a HP "vista certified" laptop and I use MS office and a lot of other applications daily. Thanks in advance Henrik Hansen
  13. Try hitting the F8 key during boot and select "Safe Mode" or "Last Known Working Configuration"
  14. Do you guys know if there's a program or something out there that will allow you to use the Windows Media Center Remote Control to other stuff than media center? Like control mouse and such.. I dont use Media Center myself because I think it's weird system. Is there anything with the same functions that you can use instead?? Any input is welcome. Cheers!
  15. I totally agree. This is the most annoying thing EVER! If someone know how to make it stop, please dont hesitate to post!!!