Why would Windows 98 restarts automatically when you use the Internet MSN Messenger MS Outlook and Explorer?
Restarts "Windows is shutting down..." or restarts like someone hit the reset switch? If it is the former, you have a process running in the background, perhaps with a timer or triggered by a certain action. Press Ctrl-Alt-Del and hit End Task until all you have running is explorer. Open Messenger, Outlook, IE, etc. one by one and allow them to run for a while. DO NOT START THEM ALL AT ONCE. This is most unmethodical and will reveal nothing. If Windows starts shutting down, one of those programs is infected by a virus/spyware. Internet Explorer and Outlook are notorious for exploitable software bugs. If it is the latter, chances are pretty good that your power supply is going south. Have you added any hardware lately? The newer high speed hard drives and video cards require more power than their older counterparts. Adding a new video card, hard drive, network card, Firewire card, etc. could put your computer's power requirements beyond the power supply's ability. I would recommend taking your PC to a professional. If you are so inclined, your power supply rating is located on a label on the power supply unit. When you go to the store to get a new PSU, make sure you're getting one with more wattage output than the previous one.
How do I completely remove ALL TRACES of IE8 so that websites with browser checkers correctly identify my downgraded browser as IE7 and not IE8 thanks?
Steps for Windows 7 To uninstall Internet Explorer 8, follow these steps: Exit all programs. Click StartCollapse this imageExpand this image , and then click Control Panel. Click Programs and Features. In the Task pane, click Turn Windows features on or off. In the list of windows features, click to clear the check box next to Internet Explorer 8. In the window that opens, click Yes in response to the warning message. The system restarts…
Why does mobile phone time resets to 9.00 pm when remove the battery and then restarts mobile phone?
Your computer restarts automatically by itself before you have a chance to log on and you ve tried antivirus software but it keeps doing it over and over?
The NBA uses a sensing device attached to the referee's whistle to stop the clock automatically when the whistle is blown - this avoids the time lag that occurs when a sideline timekeeper listens for the whistle and then shuts off the clock. The clock then restarts when the refs press a tiny button at their waist as play resumes.