Often, you can boot an unbootable system into Safe Mode because Safe Mode loads Windows using a minimal set of drivers.
That way, you can make any necessary configuration repairs and then boot the system normally.
If a catastrophic configuration change were to occur and Windows is unable to boot, then the system still has a record of a configuration that is known to be good.
A boot menu option will allow you to boot Windows using this configuration and restore the known good configuration.
This article explains how to enable a disabled network device.
When your network (wired or wireless) adapter is disabled, you will not be able to access your network resources or go online.
Windows Messenger and Windows Live Messenger are useful programs for instant messaging.
However, if you don’t use instant messaging, Messenger can quickly become a resource hogging annoyance that can pop up at the worst possible time.
Fortunately, you can remove or uninstall Messenger in all versions of Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Click Start, Control Panel, Performance and Maintenance, then click Administrative Tools. In both Windows Vista and 7, click the Start button and Control Panel. Select Windows Live Essentials and click Uninstall/Change.
Select Remove one or more Windows Live Programs, then select Messenger.