To copy a screenshot of the active window push alt+print screen to copy the active window to the clipboard (pushing print screen will copy the complete window to the clipboard not just the active window). The window is now copied to the clipboard. Paste the image in any image editing program, Paint, Paint.net, the Gimp etc. Use the “crop” function to resize the canvas to size of the image. Now save the file as 32 bits png image.
At the forum push the reply button. Or when using the Quick reply type some text and push the preview button.
Underneath the text box click on Additional options. Push the Choose button and navigate to the file and select it. When you want to post more images click on the more attachments link.
Sorry EricJH, I’ve done what you’ve said even my husband has helped me as he does this in work, we saved it to desk top and when we wanted to attach it obviously we click on open but the screen shot doesn’t appear.
Oh YES, it worked.
Could you check Event Viewer and look under Windows Logs → System in the left pane? That’s where the error messages can to be found.
The error 7026 is a recurring one. It is about services not starting. This could be a problem with one service that is not starting. Look up and select error 7026 and click on the colum header of Event ID. Event Viewer will now sort at Event ID numbers. When it is done sorting, this will take half a minute or more (on Vista it will be longer), look at the error message in the lower part of the screen. See attached image.
It is likely a recurring message for one or a couple of messages about a driver or service not starting.
Could you also look at error 7000 to see what is reported?
In that case you may chose to ignore the alert instead of trying to hunt down the cause.
7026. I have lots of these entries says: The following boot-start or system -start driver(s) failed to load CFRMD.
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Cfrmd.sys belongs to Comodo System Cleaner. Looks like you have or had that installed in the past. [s]If it is installed uninstall it.[/s]
If it was installed and no longer there download Autoruns and in the drivers section look up the driver and disable it from starting. Then reboot and the problem should be gone.
It looks like you have had Comodo System Cleaner installed in the past. In that case you can follow the above advice.
I also have lots of entries for 7016. The NVIDIA Display Driver Service has reported an invalid current state 32
Updating the NVIDIA Display driver is worth trying. We need to know what graphics chipset you have. With that information you can go to the NVIDIA website and download the latest availab/e driver. You can use Speccy from Piriform to find out what graphics chipset you 're using.
Should I choose the option with some of these to send to the 'Event Log Online Help'