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Well, just last night, I bought a game for the PC that is capable of online gaming. Being my ignorant self, I didn't look at the system requirements for the game.

I barely passed the requirements, the only flaw was my graphics card.

When I tried to play the online game, I tried to weaken the graphics of the game so I won't experience latency/lag. After tweaking the game and its resolution, I was still experiencing lag. I went through their main website and found that disabling background applications will help reduce lag, they said I could do this by accessing "msconfig", select "Selective Startup" under General, and UNcheck "Load Startup Items."

After doing that task, I was prompted to restart my computer. I did. And once Windows XP has loaded, I received these two horrific errors:

[IMG]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y88/thetruepinoyrule/Error1.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y88/thetruepinoyrule/Error2.jpg[/IMG]

These two errors appear twice for each ("Square error", Desktop Error, "Square errors", Desktop error).

I absolutely have no idea what to do. I think the squares through me off.

I went back to msconfig and returned it to its default which CHECKed "Load Startup Items". I've restarted my PC countless times after doing so, and I still receive those two errors.

Help please?

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Last Post by ChampLuiPio
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just do a system restore and restore your system to an earlier point where the system was working fine your issue will be resolved quickly

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Oh my. That's quite embarrassing. The system restore definitely fixed my problem. (Smacks forehead) Ignorance is bliss.

Thanks, Chase.

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