The Page failed to load problem

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  1. Yhe1

    Yhe1 Registered Member

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    My operating system is Win 7 ultimate. The problem I have is that when I go into the links in control panel, such as power options, sometimes it will say "the page failed to load", the it will said "windows is checking for a solution", then "Windows explorer is restarting". This problem does not happen every time, but once in a few times, but it seems to happen with any link in control panel.

    My computer is a Dell XPS studio 1640, P8400 2.26ghz, win 7 and my video card is an ATI 3670. Thanks in advance for the help.
     
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    Re: The Page file to load problem

    Welcome Yhe,

    If not graphics, here's a "not too" longshot you can cross reference. Nogo? Maybe Joe7Pak's response then?
     
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    Re: The Page file to load problem

    Thanks for the suggestions. Sorry if you feel offended. I think I might reinstall the OS, since none of the ways worked for me.
     
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    Re: The Page file to load problem

    No offense. Did you look whether that Winhelponline page corresponds with settings in Win7?
     
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    Found the cause of my problem, it's a DUI70.dll

    I search online and didn't find a good solution tho.

    Does anybody have any experience with this issue, and how they resolved it? Thx.
     
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    Care to share "how" you came to that conclusion? Nevermind and good luck.
     
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    See attached picture

    Thanks for any help.
     

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    According to your listed software you have -
    I'd try uninstalling the lot of them and any leftover ATI drivers and see if your issue still persists.
     
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    This issue is resolved by update the IDT 92HD73C1 Audio drivers to the ones released on 9/23/2009.
    They can be found on the dell website.

    Thanks for the suggestions though.
     
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