angustaver

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You can also try this
1 open system symbol
2 write C:
3 - enter key
(So you'll be located in C :)
write this down
bcdedit/deletevalue {default} numproc
enter and then
bcdedit/deletevalue {default} truncatememory
enter
if it does not work with C:
change the letter and try again
 
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angustaver

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I have corrected my comments
google translator changed spaces between words
Retry
and if not, look for the commands in google and write them respecting the spaces if there are
 

schnitzer

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Hi there
After trying most of the above without much success I decided to restore my laptop to factory settings and start again. Thanks for your help on here again and I’ll see what happens now.
Thanks Mark.
 
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