I have had my computer for more than 4 years.
windows 7 home premium
service pack 1
Intel®Pentium ® CPU B960@
2.2Ghz 2.20 Ghz
64-bit operating system
CPUID HWMonitor says that my battery has a 36% wear level so I guess it will need a new battery soon. I didn't make any recovery disks so I would have to buy them from TOSHIBA. I don't know if it would be worth fixing.
When I click on the windows task manager to end the seamonkey process it will end the process but when I click on the link for seamonkey it says "your seamonkey profile cannot be loaded it may be missing or inaccessible". Then i go and open the seamonkey install file as the administrator.
My computer was working fine until about 2 months ago, when I had trouble with my wireless mouse. My mouse was freezing up. First I thought it was the mouse battery so I changed the battery then I heard about how hackers can use wireless mice to get in a computer so I started using a wired mouse. I soon noticed that I had no windows updates in more than a month. Windows update seemed to be using about 90% cpu so i thought maybe my computer was trying to upgrade to windows 10 so I decided to give windows 10 a chance. I somehow got some updates and was able to upgrade to windows 10 but my laptop battery didn't seem to work as well with windows 10 so I chose the option to come back to windows 7.
I stayed in windows 10 for about 20 days then I came back to windows 7 on August 11. I then tried to get windows update to start working again but it seemed to be using about 90% cpu. So I now have windows update turned off.
I guess I should have stayed with windows 10.
Yesterday, I clicked into the c drive then I right clicked on the user folder, then I clicked on properties, then I clicked on the security tab, then I clicked on advanced then I clicked on change permissions then I put a check mark in the box that said "replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object". That must have been a big no no. After that I noticed I can only get on the internet by reinstalling a browser as the administrator. What would happen if I click on "include inheritable permissions from the parent"? Anybody know if I permanently deleted something? I don't dare click anything else in that tab, what will go wrong next? So thought a system restore would go back to my old settings. I am afraid to click anything now.
Right now in the advanced security settings for users in the column that says "inherited from" all my users say "not inherited".
I am in the process of moving files that I want to keep over to a portable hard drive.