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Re: Control Panel not responding

 
 
Kurt Hudson
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      04-21-2004
That is terrible. Do a Search on *.cpl to find all the names. For example,
to open the System snap-in, you can type sysdm.cpl and the Run dialog box
and press Enter to bring that up. If you have System Restore running - you
might be able to roll-back to a previous date this way. Click on the System
Restore tab (as long as the System Restore box isn't checked, it is
running). Then, you can open the directory C:\WINDOWS\system32\Restore and
double-click the file rstrui.exe to run the System Restore wizard. Follow
the prompts to restore your system to an earlier time.

Good Luck!


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> Since downloading windows update for xp my control panel says program not

responding, please help.


 
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