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The sure way to go to troubleshooting options is to press and hold shift key then click power icon to restart. problem.and it's always going to be a "We'll just blame Asus" problem. Nice work optoma. 0 Message Expert Comment by:Richard_Pimple ID: 340117602010-10-28 Worked for me 0 Message Active today Expert Comment by:georgejon ID: 391157212013-04-26 Yes, this works. Greg Wilkerson Wednesday, April 07, 2010 12:01 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had this issue as well. http://homecomputermarket.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-4-06.html

Quote: Oh sorry, I didn't see your solution for solving the mouse problem...cause you don't have one? You can honestly live without that media direct nonsense. 0 phuschnickens Beverly Hills, Michigan Member Dec 2009 edited Dec 2009 I totally agree about the small partitions. Reply Husni Adil Makmur March 14, 2014 at 10:42 am Thanks for this very useful info! for a few monthsCons: i built 2 computers with this board and the first one i put together i replaced everything in the machine before sending back the Mobo and the check that

Reply Kristen October 3, 2015 at 1:24 am Same!! Saturday, March 16, 2013 1:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've had the same problem on it getting stuck at the "Please wait ... " screen for For all we know you're writing those yourself, or chicken pecking various bad reviews.Asus is one of THE best manufacturers. This isn't a problem unless you want to install a memory cooler.

edit: this is why people here ask for specs in your profile Aug 11, 2008 #14 emcee47 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 65 This is where you find out just I turned off automatic updates but it appeared again n now even system restore isnt working. I then removed the computer from the domain and manualy deleted the computer object from the Active Directory. LED is still on, fans of video card and CPU are still spinning, no post after powering on.Review 17Pros: Great motherboard when workingCons: Just died after 9 months of use for

Type "bootrec /rebuildbcd". This can fixed by creating a new profile from Safe Mode, and logging in to the system using that account. So what do you think about the two reviews that I posted links to with Asus scoring 77% with Gigabyte a lower score of 54%? http://icrontic.com/discussion/86999/xp-hangs-at-please-wait-screen-after-repair-installation Note: If prompted, please click Continue on the User Account Control (UAC) window. 2)   Click the "Services" tab, check the "Hide All Microsoft Services" box and click "Disable All" (if it

Say hello! energy=mass X speed of light2...that's a lot of energy! I'll ask you what's the crappiest board out there and buy it, knowing full-well it must be great if so many people buy it, abuse it and then gripe about it. The first time my friends saw it happen they were like, "whoa you rule!" One time I was at a LAN party and totally owning fools playing CSS.

aford10Jul 15, 2010, 2:44 AM You shouldn't always start with the most wide-sweeping and drastic measures. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-update/windows-xp-pro-sp2-repair-hangs-at-please-wait/cae28ef9-f88d-416d-bf7c-7a6f28bbbb7b Any ideas? 0 Comment Question by:James7285 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24894959/After-an-XP-repair-install-Windows-hangs-at-please-wait-then-again-when-trying-to-activate.htmlcopy LVL 22 Best Solution byoptoma Boot into safe mode and re/install IE8 and then reboot normally. So problem solved Reply Kmita October 21, 2014 at 7:22 pm Hello, I got the "Please wait" message with Windows 8.1 on Lenovo X240. Get registry cleaner to repair it! … Windows XP How to remove email addresses from autocomplete list in Outlook 2016, 2013 and 2010 Video by: CodeTwo This video shows how

Problem solved. this content Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases That's why I recommend changing to a more reliable manufacturer. We're experiencing this with our new image (7 Enterprise 64Bit) but not our old (7 Enterprise 32Bit) - verbose logging shows wait for "User Profile Service" is about 45 seconds (sometimes

That's how it's properly done. aford10Jul 16, 2010, 12:13 AM ^ So, you don't trust windows updates, and you don't use any 3rd party software. Chose "Repair Computer". weblink It is worth noting that I did do some windows updates for the partition in question before powering down and one of them which was something to do with network or

Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Windows Today's Posts Please Wait message on XP startup Byemcee47 Aug 5, 2008 Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > Hi everyone ... Anyone with the same setup may want to try this. tigsoundsJul 17, 2010, 12:39 PM systemlord said: How do I take an image of my OS without having another HDD as I only have one?

The only time the problem came back was when I re-enabled the NLA service.

The same fragmented files that were fragmented before running chkdsk are still there in red, where do I look for bad HDD sectors/errors in the report? The Error Checking will begin in 9 seconds. How many no-brainers bought a great Asus board, just to destroy it through their own negligence and stupidity and then cried foul that the board was DOA? Whilst the system itself has been really great performance wise, the way the system was sliced and diced has caused me nothing but problems.

Two words...Norton Ghost.It will burn to spanned CD/DVD's.OK, that cost a bit of money... This was the only thing that worked. My situation is this: - Windows 7 SP1 x86 images from SCCM. - Lenovo and HP laptops joined to domain - randomly laptops hangs at "please wait" but if I kill check over here I want to have a back-up image instead of reinstalling everytime until such time I'm ready to upgrade, thing is I'm 6 months away from being able to buy a new

So, I renamed the group policy dll (can't remember the name) to something Windows couldn't find. These silly apps are getting the boot. And I take your point about the 'specs' but I'm sure you'll also have realised that if I knew any more than I'd put in already I'd have put that in Windows begins to load and just when you think the desktop is going to be displayed it says "Please Wait" with the mouse displaying an hourglass with a black sceen with

In the report it says 2 files fragmented and after a defrag it says, "some files could not be defragmented", yet the files are nowhere to be seen. Your 5th step worked for me. It seems Dell machines like mine are more susceptible and one of the first things my machine did was to update the Amazon app. Aug 12, 2008 #24 emcee47 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 65 Didn't see that last bit until I'd done it CCT!

So I hit the reset button and it asked my if I wanted to startup Windows normally, I clicked "Start Windows Normally" only then did I load up onto Windows Desktop. soundguruman said: Actually, I do know what kind of motherboard he has, it's in his profile. And it doesn't allow me to get to safe mode either? Thing is there are no files listed yet there's the red lines!

Although, I did not run any defrags or anything on the drive afterward. All I did was turn my computer off then on again, I waited for the bios prompt.