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    what happen was i downloaded software that was suposed to activate my vista home /after i hit activate it said restart computer/when i did it came up TFGHT COMPRESSED press control alt delete to restart /please can someone help me/ this happened 3 weeks ago i have not come up with anything to fix it yet/i have so much software and photo's in my tower i dont want to have to erase my hard drive and put new copy of windows in

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Hello trizia,
    Can you tell us what software you downloaded to activate Windows, it will help us diagnose the problem, thanks.

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Try to go to safe mode. Boot computer, during boot repeadly hit f8. You may be able to do a system restore. What OS, do you have now?

    If you have XP, there is a feature, not as good as system restore, but you can return to selected intervals of the past.

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Quote Originally Posted by stoneys-nutz View Post
    Hello trizia,
    Can you tell us what software you downloaded to activate Windows, it will help us diagnose the problem, thanks.
    i think slicer

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Quote Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
    Try to go to safe mode. Boot computer, during boot repeadly hit f8. You may be able to do a system restore. What OS, do you have now?

    If you have XP, there is a feature, not as good as system restore, but you can return to selected intervals of the past.
    vista home im not a computer geak but i know some stuff im confused a bit/ty for ur help

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    Re: tfght compressed

    i just did system restore and it said it was successful i restarted and still tfght compressed looks like i have lost all my stuff in my tower/omg i should have never used that vista activating crap

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    Re: tfght compressed

    System restore has a safeguard, you can return to the original date. Your programs should still be there.

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Boot into Safe Mode by clicking F8 repeatedly while booting up and then locate System Restore (Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools) and use that to go back to before this happened.

    Don't download software that you are not sure about. No software is needed to activate any kind of Windows whether it be XP, Vista or Windows 7, ... that function is built-in.

    If the restore function is successful then turn off System Restore to delete that bad restore point.

    Help with that here: How to enable or disable System Restore in Vista

    Re-enable it after you are sure that everything is OK.

    I suggest strongly that you back up all your important documents and folders to either an external hard drive or external media such as re-recordable CD's (CDRW media) or DVD's (DVDRW's). Then if this kind of thing occurs you wont lose anything if you have to format and reinstall your system.

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Quote Originally Posted by Ex_Brit View Post
    Boot into Safe Mode by clicking F8 repeatedly while booting up and then locate System Restore (Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools) and use that to go back to before this happened.

    Don't download software that you are not sure about. No software is needed to activate any kind of Windows whether it be XP, Vista or Windows 7, ... that function is built-in.

    If the restore function is successful then turn off System Restore to delete that bad restore point.

    Help with that here: How to enable or disable System Restore in Vista

    Re-enable it after you are sure that everything is OK.

    I suggest strongly that you back up all your important documents and folders to either an external hard drive or external media such as re-recordable CD's (CDRW media) or DVD's (DVDRW's). Then if this kind of thing occurs you wont lose anything if you have to format and reinstall your system.
    thanks so much im gonna try again i know some stuff bout computers but im not a pro i just did restore it says successful and still tfght compressed wow,what is tfght

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    Re: tfght compressed

    Quote Originally Posted by trizia View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ex_brit View Post
    boot into safe mode by clicking f8 repeatedly while booting up and then locate system restore (start/all programs/accessories/system tools) and use that to go back to before this happened.

    Don't download software that you are not sure about. No software is needed to activate any kind of windows whether it be xp, vista or windows 7, ... That function is built-in.

    If the restore function is successful then turn off system restore to delete that bad restore point.

    Help with that here: how to enable or disable system restore in vista

    re-enable it after you are sure that everything is ok.

    I suggest strongly that you back up all your important documents and folders to either an external hard drive or external media such as re-recordable cd's (cdrw media) or dvd's (dvdrw's). Then if this kind of thing occurs you wont lose anything if you have to format and reinstall your system.
    thanks so much im gonna try again i know some stuff bout computers but im not a pro i just did restore it says successful and still tfght compressed wow,what is tfght
    guess what i cant get f8 f10 or nothing wont let me its goes right back to tfght compressed

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