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Posted on 2008-10-08
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I have just installed windows vista ultimate 64-bit on my new notebook. I have started installing drivers and so on. Then suddenly if I want to make an update or see what hardware there are on my computer Vista is writing this message (look at the attached file) I know this is in danish, so i'll try to translate: "Siden kunne ikke indlæses" Translation "Page could not be loaded".

This is not all, If i press the Start button in the button left corner, and then press "shut down", nothing happens?

What the f**k is wrong?

I have just made the same instillation on another PC and there are no problems.
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I would try a fresh install, perhaps the media was corrupt, or just a bad install somehow.  If your install on another computer operates correctly, that is the best guess.
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That is also my own solution to the problem, I just wanted to hear if anyone has tried something like that before.
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