save all your important photos,security site, etc to a removable memory stick ( Team C141 16GB ) Once that is done remove memory stick,do a force shut down,ie;- hold down your off button,then restart pressing F11 till screen appears with options on how to recover back to factory settings,select restore/reset to factory settings,select it,then let your laptop/pc do its thing,downside is after complete reset,you will have to plug in memory stick import everything you need,maybe abit of pain in backside,but it will give you performance back,speed and as got rid of all crap files etc,your laptop/pc will be good as new.hope that helps you. :)
if your after a tune up? save everything important on a memory stick! Then once your happy with everything that you have saved,switch off laptop,then switch back on while pressing F11 top keys above numbers,this should give you option to reset back to factory settings,once this is selected,let laptop do its thing,then on restart you will have a laptop like the first day you brought it,downside is to re-install your memory stick and security.But worth it,cus factory settings gets rid of unwanted crap from your laptop.
you can try switching off laptop,then on restart press esc top left corner,select safe mode with networking,then once on type your error in serch bar and select a site that can give you a step by step guide on how to recover or remove permissions.
faulty ignition due to key vibration, buy after market round key ignition with 3 wires,Disconnect battery, splice into wiring loom, use electrical connectors to connect new wires into loom wires,If not get a electrical Mechanic to do it for you,Thats what i did cost £25to buy £20 to fit.job done,
Thanks george,but its none of the above you wrote,My Harley is garage,I finally found out it was a contact inside ignition that had broke away due to flat keys riggling about because of vibration of engine,all 2015 wide glides also have same problem and have been recalled,over 3000 bikes. I had a new ignition fitted with round key,Problem no more.:) Kind regards Sam