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Vista boot manager


Daisy22

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Just recently whenever I turn on my HP G70 notebook it comes up with a black screen asking how I want to start up Vista, through boot manager is the option I go for and then it loads ok.

I'm not sure why this is happening but can I stop it so it just loads up like before, ie my screen appeared.

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kristain

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click here to download free registry cleaner

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Daisy22

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I decided to a wipe and take back to factory settings because of this and other problems with the mouse.

However it hasn't cured any of the problems.

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Daisy22

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Hi thanks but don't think I have the same problem.

I've been experiencing problems for a good few weeks, firstly with the mouse touchpad, I can only open/close documents with the left click button even though in control panel it is ticked to open for right handed, then after I've been on the internet for a little while it all starts to work ok.

I've been getting battery messages for a while saying I need to replace the battery so I've just ordered a new one, I don't know if it is related to the mouse problems/boot manager problems?

Its all very confusing, I was hoping a wipe and reload would help but it hasn't.

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