If you want to change the display language of Windows Vista you will have to get a MUI language pack from Microsoft but that only works with Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions. But there is another way that you can get Home Premium and Basic to work too. Vistalizator is a program that allows you to use the MUI language packs on these other versions and it works great.
When starting a Windows Vista computer you get a message saying that Windows Defender cannot be started and error code 0x800106ba is shown.
After much web searching and trying many options one thing I found worked for me.
Go to Control Panel then select System and Maintenance and then clicking Administrative Tools then finally select Services.
I scrolled down to Windows Defender service and to my surprise it was deactivated and stopped.
To fix this I double clicked that service to open it, then chose the option to start automatic on start up, then I was able to click on the Start service button.
I then clicked on Apply and Restarted the computer ,windows Defender started up fine.
First you must make sure your CD/DVD drive is the first boot device. This can be done on system boot up by entering the CMOS setup by pressing the key shown( usually a message saying press xxx to enter setup) and changing the first boot device to CD/DVD drive then save and exit.
Make sure your Windows XP CD is in the drive ,when the Press any key to boot from CD message is displayed you must press a key on the keyboard to boot from the CD. The CD will load system files and when done the main blue screen will appear with three options choose the one that says To setup Windows XP now by pressing the ENTER key. Do not choose the option to Repair windows by pressing the R key as that will take you to the Recovery Console. After pressing ENTER you will be shown the Windows XP Licensing Agreement press F8 to accept and continue. On the next screen you will see your current installation and you will have the option to Repair Windows by pressing the R key ,press it and windows will start the repair process. Follow the instructions and enter the required details when prompted.
You must keep your CD in the drive until the process is complete. Some installations require you to input your 25 character Windows XP product key (this is usually stuck to your computer box or under your laptop).
Every time I went to a flash site using Internet Explorer Adobe flash player would ask to install the flash player ,I installed it then closed and restarted the browser. Then went back to the site and same problem ,this time I installed it again and now completely restarted the whole computer only to find the same problem. Of all the steps that Adobe offered to solve the problem from here: http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_19166&sliceId=2
When starting a computer the following error is shown CMOS Battery Low Voltage. Press F1 to enter Setup ,pressing the key allows you to continue working but after shutting down the system it comes back. The problem here is probably the CMOS battery that is going bad and it needs to be replaced by opening the computer case and physically removing the battery and installing a new one.