problem with advanced system settings

May 13, 2012 at 08:42:14
Specs: Windows 7
HI

I Have some problems with my blue screen and to fix that, I usually go to Advanced system settings and at Startup and Recovery and uncheck the option "Automatically restart" then I press OK, but the problem is I cant Press first the option Apply to click next OK, so the settings doesnt save properly, I've tried to save a settings at performance and only at visual Effects I can save something! for exemple at advanced , I cant change nothing In Virtual Memory.

What can i do? I think I run my pc in admin mode but if not I should get a message to get in Advanced system settings! I just need to click once and I go into there.

Screen if u have any question http://imageshack.us/photo/my-image...

btw sorry for my bad english :)


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#1
May 13, 2012 at 09:47:57
did u try safe mode ?

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#2
May 13, 2012 at 13:14:45
Nop, Ive tried it and i couldnt do it in safe mode, for exemple I also cant apply when i use msconfig -> Services and then Hide all Microsoft services.

what can i do help me!


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#3
May 13, 2012 at 19:05:16
That's an odd approach. Turn off the "auto restart" feature & leave it off. Doing so doesn't fix anything, all it does is stop the system from restarting so that the blue screen can be displayed. Then you can take the info from the blue screen (STOP code & error message) & search for a fix.

As for your screenshot, it's too small to make out any details & enlarging it doesn't help. And what's up with your desktop? Besides the odd wallpaper choice, why is aero disabled? Is it because you messed with the Performance settings? And why are there no icons in the notification area? Also, why are you messing with the virtual memory settings? If you have the "auto manage" box checked, you cannot make changes. That's normal & I suggest you leave it that way.

What exactly are you trying to fix?


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