Phoenix BIOS Firstware

By Shaun.G ·
My pc is a win xp home pc, under warranty and guarantee.

I find that after the updates, IE7 is installed, and it seems to always give some error when it closes, and wont close when I press the cross button. I have to press it several times before it closes.

I have had to restore using firstware utility, but I find that this does not seem to restore in the same way and I find that I have to restore more than once before it becomes usable.

Can anyone give me some ideas as to why this occurs please?

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Whats the error?

by Jesus_C In reply to Phoenix BIOS Firstware
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by Shaun.G In reply to Whats the error?

The error is that the restore does not always restore in the same, and that I have to redo the restore several times before it is a workable restore.

For example... after a restore:
1/. I get a network error - that it cannot connect
2/. Or when I rename the pc from that which is provided in the restore, I cannot do it... evidence of this is when I set up a scheduled task, it will take the original name of pc and not the one its renamed to, but if I do another restore, this wont happen and it will be ok.
3/. Or what happens is that it wont recognise the router or other pcs on the network and that I need to ensure that I have access rights to other pcs... yet, again, on doing a restore again, this error goes away.

I can almost hear you ask why to restore... I was constantly getting exception handler errors on IE7 closing, and IE7 closing for no reason at all... or that my pc would suddenly run very slow and I cannot do anything. At the same time I could not close or open windows explorer. I didnt mess about, I just ran a restore to resolve this issue... but I have to do it several times.

I remember from install WinNT 4 workstation and or server, that things had to be installed in a set order, perhaps there is this issue with firstware restore?

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