Reloading OP System

Discussion in 'Software' started by poetdante, Mar 14, 2006.

  1. the_email_college

    the_email_college Pen Pal - Newbie

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    My tablet is, for some reason I don't know, always having at least 60% of my PC in use, so I can't do anything. What I mean is that when I click ctrl, alt, and del, the thing at the bottom says CPU usage is always at 60%, and I'm not doing anything. I don't know if its a virus or what, but instead of trying to figure that out, I would like to know if I could reload the OS. Do I need anything special, like software for pen, keyboard, cd-rom? Its a slate, but everything that I use was and is plug and play. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Barry J. Doyle

    Barry J. Doyle Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Ugh. What model are we dealing with here? Can you boot in safe mode and perhaps perform a Windows System Restore back to the last time your machine worked?
     
  3. the_email_college

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    It'sa Motion LE1600, and I have tried system restore multiple times, and it won't work. Now I have to reload it because I lost One Note! Some how, can't find the software, much less the notes I've taken. IM IN COLLEGE AND I LOST ALL MY NOTES!
     
  4. poetdante

    poetdante Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    well my toshiba was always running at 100% when plugged in and at another setting when not plugged in. it turns out the toshiba power saver utility was defaulted to a locked cpu setting which means the cpu always runs at that level all the time.

    "IM IN COLLEGE AND I LOST ALL MY NOTES!"

    ouch! sorry about that. but remember, nothing is ever completly delted in windows. if it was made, it is somewhere on there still to a degree.
     
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