Chances are the motor for that window is bad. It may be an electrical issue such as a short, or disconnected wire. Your best bet is to try the motor first unless you see the actual wiring problem visually. You may have a problem within the electronics. In window motors, there is a 'mica conductor' in line with one of the commutator brushes and the wiring leading to the brush. This conductor loses its conductivity over a period of time and slows the operation of the motor, typically the window will go down but not back up, it's really a built in failure of the motor (inducing the purchase of an expensive new motor).
This is easily overcome, use a short length of 15 amp copper wire and solder it over the mica conductor thereby by-passing it, a full voltage will now reach the motor bringing it back to full strength. I have done this on GM, Nissan and Ford vehicles.
Also certain (mostly older) cars have a cover over the switches to go up and down, that depending on your car, can be easily replaced. (my brother had the same problem with his 1991 Volvo.)
press all windows buttons down at once for 5 sec and then pull up again the buttons for 5 sec.its the one i know
Check for blown fuse
Put both windows down to their stops, then simulataneously bring both windows up to their stops. This should normalize the window function.
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Windows will tell you. If you have a non-genuine version of windows, you cannot download some important updates. A message will pop up every so often saying that you have to upgrade to a genuine version of Windows.
When a system restore point is created. Actually the Windows Registry is backed up daily if System Protection is turned on.
To increase the durability of the electric cord and to protect the insulated wires inside the rubber coating that make up the cord.
to reset the windows , with the ignition on hold the 2 front window switch`s up together for about 5 seconds and that should reset them ,,
[windows key] + [D] - will minimize all the windows and show your desktop. Pressing it again will bring the windows back up. Note: You have to press the keys at the same time. If you're having trouble, hold down the windows key, and keep it depressed, and tap the [D] key.
Hey Amanda==It probably is the motors but it will have to be checked out. goodluckJoe
Take the door apart and disconnect the seized motor from linkage and tape up window and replace motor.
i have a 1998 Monte Carlo with the same problem , its probably just the switches for the windows that need to be replaced, also check the guides that on the bottom of the windows to see if they have a rust build up , this can cause the window to jam going up or down
Your will have to install a new operating system to boot up your computer again and all files will be lost.
Burn up the electric fuel pump, have to pressurize the system again, & be stuck on side of road.
Mine has suddenly started doing this too. A required Microsoft Windows system directory, the Windows System32 directory is often located in either C:\Windows\System32 or C:\Winnt\system32. Often many Microsoft Windows error messages will contain the system32 directory because many of the system files Windows uses to run are stored in this directory. By itself the System32 directory will not cause any errors unless it is missing of course. If you are getting an error with a file in the System32 directory search for that file. No error message, it just pops up and has to be 'closed'
One window, probably the switch or the electric window motor. All windows, probably the fuse or circuit breaker.
There have been some problems with programs running on Xp with Sp3. You might want to check out the problem in Microsoft Windows Knowledge Base for ideas on how to get the program up and running again.
Try right-clicking on the icon and choosing run as administrator, then select allow when the security question comes up.
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If the Windows is messed up, then yes. It will mess the computer up.
If your Windows Movie Maker is freezing up... there is a reason. As a matter of fact, there could be several reasons. So, this is what I suggest you do:> Defrag your hard drive, do a disk cleanup and full virus scan of your computer> Ensure Automatic Updates are turned ON for Windows UpdatesTry opening and using Windows Movie Maker again. If it is still freezing up, it is possible there may be some damaged or corrupt program files. In this case, it is best to re-installWindows Movie Maker again.Download the appropriate Windows Movie Maker version for your OS (operating system). Version 2.1 is for XP. Version 2.6 is for Vista/Windows 7. Or if you have Vista/Windows 7, you can download Windows Live Movie Maker.For download sites, type: Windows Movie Maker (and the version you need) into the search engine on your browser.
Thomas Kinkade is the most commonly well known painter who often does scenes of a cottage or home of some sort out in nature. Often the painting will have a warm feeling to it, which includes the home having the lights on/windows lit up.