N/APosted on - 12/27/2011
My Toshiba laptop is kind of old. But it is still working well with my Windows 7 32-Bit. I have an MS Office 2010 Suite installed on it. My computer doesn’t have any photos or images, videos, games or any other types of media. I always make sure that my computer is up to date by installing all the updates and run the defragmentation regularly. However, I am seeing a loading blue disk with a Not Responding error message. I see it first in MS Outlook followed by some applications that I normally used. How can I avoid that loading blue disk? Do I need to change my laptop or is it time to upgrade to a new one? I need advices please. Thanks.
Annoying Loading Blue Disk on Windows 7
To resolve the blue screen error, you will need to use a patch that requires un-installation so as to solve the blue screen issue, and
You will need to boot from your Windows XP CD or DVD and start the recovery console.
The computer should be able to bring up the Repair Screen.
You will then need to type the following command: CHDIR $NtUninstallKB977165$spuninst.
Next, you will need to type the following command: BATCH spuninst.txt.
Once you have done that, you type EXIT to close.
In case you cannot be able to uninstall the patch and get back into Windows, you will need to use the automated solution which secures your PC against the vulnerabilities that are resolved with KB977165.