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AFRICABIZ VOL 1 - ISSUE : 17
SEPTEMBER 15 - OCTOBER 14, 2000
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When you run into a trouble of the kind, what is the troubleshooting path?

First of all try to diagnose; then try to start the system in "Safe Mode" and remove the new updated software or existing conflicting one. I chose to remove the updated utility.

When you start your computer in Safe Mode, Windows loads only the strict minimum of drivers and hardware devices, so that you can examine and isolate problems with greater accuracy.

To start in Safe Mode:


1. Shut down and
2. restart your computer; hold down the Ctrl key as Windows loads (if you are running Windows 98) or hit F8 (if you are running Windows 95).
3. You are presented with a choose of "startup mode".
4. Select to start in Safe Mode.
5. Safe Mode displays your screen in 640 x 480 resolution.
6. Click "Start" and choose: a) "Settings" and then b) Control Panel.
7. At Control Panel screen choose "Add Remove Software".
9. At Add Remove Software screen a) highlight the conflicting software b) and hit "Remove" and you are done.
10. Restart and Windows should properly load.

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