Have you installed anything - either hardware or software just before the onset of this problem?
Can you pinpoint exactly when this first began?
If you can, the best and easiest way to resolve the problem would be to use the Windows System Restore utility to reset your computer to the system state that it was in before this problem began.
You access the Windows System Restore utility by clicking the start button, then programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and the System Restore wizard will give you the choice of restore points that have been saved. Since the default settings of System Restore set restore points automatically whenever you make changes to your system, unless you deleted them intentionally, there should be one predating the onset of the problem you are experiencing.
Use it - that is exactly what it is designed for.
Edited by Enthusiast, 13 April 2006 - 10:03 AM.