I recently had to replace the HDD - both lenovo's toolbox and HD Tune reported bad sectors. Since I put in the new drive, did the format/install via recovery discs and the million and one updates it's been one after another "this program is not responding". The mmc consoles, updates, acs.exe, and runas app when I tried to access device manager. Currently it's blue screening.
I run avast av, windows firewall, malwarebytes, spywareblaster, windows update & I'm behind a router. I have the latest ed of firefox, and use noscript, better privacy and web of trust. Its current blue screen may be from malware, but its long hx of instability isn't.
All the hardware checks out per lenovo's toolbox. Both lenovo's toolbox utility and HD Tune agree the new hd is ok. [Are there utilities that check for hardware compatibility w/ winxp tab ed?]
I'm wondering if winxp tab ed is the problem. With the recovery disks it's an automatic install, so I couldn't mess it up. Per my reading, there aren't winxp tab ed cd's, so unless people have figured out how to make their own, those using tab ed must also be using recovery cd's provided by the vendor.
Have others found winxp tab ed works well on their tablets or has everyone w/ a working tablet put winxp or win7 on their tablets?
Edited by hamluis, 16 July 2010 - 01:31 PM.
Merged threads, same topic, IMO ~ Hamluis.