Peeing problem at NIGHT??
You can access the programs directly like this. Press the WinKey + r Type in the full filename of what you want to run: Backup or Restore Wizard – ntbackup.exe Clean up Drive – cleanmgr.exe Command Line – cmd.exe Computer Management – compmgmt.msc Create a shared folder – shrpubw.exe Device Manager – devmgmt.msc Disk Defragmenter – dfrg.msc Disk Management – diskmgmt.msc Event Viewer – eventvwr.msc File Signature Verification – sigverif.exe Group Policy – gpedit.msc Local Security Settings – secpol.msc Memory Usage – mem Performance – perfmon.msc Securing the Windows XP Account Database – syskey.exe Services – services.msc Shared Folders – fsmgmt.msc System Configuration Editor – sysedit System Configuration Utility – msconfig.exe User Accounts – lusrmgr.msc Windows Management Infrastructure – wmimgmt.msc
Probably a combination of the broken strut mounts, and other damage, like maybe broken steering gear or mechanism, broken steering shaft, etc. Just how fast were you going when you hit that speed bump to cause that kind of damage? Is your car in poor condition anyway, like rusting out in places? Because those strut mounts are designed to take some pretty harsh punishment anyway! You've definitely got serious damage, AND DON'T even need to be trying to operate your car! Otherwise you're looking at loss of control resulting in serious property damage, injury to you, and others, even could result in death of You or others! Be safe!