I have Vista Business x64 SP1. I'm having a problem where programs will suddenly be gone from my system. I used to think this only happened when booting up, but I have noticed that the programs can disappear even when Vista's been running for a while. Here are some of the programs that disappear: SQL Server Management Studio, Java, Logitech SetPoint x64, Firefox, SQLNCLI, Lexmark printer drivers, Visual SVN (A Visual Studio 2008 plugin). The weird thing is, not all of the program's files will be gone. For instance, the folders will still be there and some of the files will be too, but some of the files necessary for the program to run will be gone.
Some times, but not all, when I boot my computer the ethernet port will not work. If I plug the cable into my other ethernet port, I will get internet, but not through the first one. If I reboot the system, I'll get a connection through the port. If I try to Disable and re-enable the port, windows will run up one of the processors and the system will be unresponsive for a while. After 5-10 minutes, it will finish, but it is then not possible to re-enable the port. I've had a problem with SetPoint disappearing before SP1, but only noticed the other programs disappearing recently.
can you tell me a way to uninstall Call of Duty other than through putting in the disk and pressing UNINSTALL or in the 'All Programs'? Because it just won't uninstall there: I press install and the window simply closes and nothing else. I am asking this because I have found some patches on the Activision website (now I can get on it again) and I wan't to reinstall it...
I recently perchased a new laptop which had vista home basic installed, but most of my programs don't work on it and I can't aford to update the programs I have. I have a XP home basic from my last computer and I loved it as it was easy to use and I didn't need to update all my stuff. I want to install XP on my new computer but have never done this before. have already backed up all my important files on CD, but don't know what to do next. my computer didn't come with any back up discs of any kind.
I need to uninstall several programs from my computer that are not listed in the uninstall list under Control Panel. I do not have a lot of experience. I have an HP 64 bit system with dual processors and a 500 gig hard drive. Please how do I uninstall these programs? I have Glary Utilities with uninstall and it cannot find the programs to uninstall them. I can find the folders myself but deleting them doesn't uninstall them. The programs work and I can access them through shortcuts on my desktop.
I have uninstalled programs before and I thought they were gone. Then something would happen and I would do a system restore. When I did there are the program (s) I thought I uninstalled. So how does one permanently delete/uninstall programs completely? I was under the assumption that if you uninstalled something it was deleted.
I'm the admin of this computer and User Account is turned off.... how do I get to uninstall or delete unwanted programs in Vista Home Premium? Why am I still getting the "need permission" error when trying to uninstall programs? Unlocker will not unlock them for removal. My PC is getting full of unwanted software thanks to all these confusing poorly designed MS safety features.
I have a dell laptop, upgraded from XP to Vista Ultimate with SP1. All programs installed prior to upgrade have lost the ability to be uninstalled. In the add/remove programs list - when clicking on a program I want to remove the uninstall button is missing...on a newer program it will reappear? I have many programs I would like to uninstall but no option to do so. I have read every post I could find without any luck.
Recently installed a video converters (Stoik Video Converter). However, when I try uninstalling it, I receive the following message, "Setup.exe has stopped working". After I close the dialog window, I see a popup on the task bar that says Setup.exe was closed due to Data Execution Prevention. Kind of frustrating that I can't even uninstall the program. Error details below:
Problem signature: Problem Event Name:BEX Application Name:setup.exe_InstallShield (R) Application Version:10.50.0.125 Application Timestamp:4178b4a2 Fault Module Name:StackHash_4a9e Fault Module Version:0.0.0.0 Fault Module Timestamp:00000000 Exception Offset:008d08e0 Exception Code:c0000005 Exception Data:00000008 OS Version:6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3 Locale ID:1033 Additional Information 1:4a9e Additional Information 2:236f2a1c65038fb7ca5862ccab73aabe Additional Information 3:7f6a Additional Information 4:a44f06ddc95f9aed1c0e8b4741db58d8
Looked across several forums and haven't found any answer to this type of question
I installed Vista Ultimate about 8 months ago. This was an upgrade from XP. I just now have had the need to do an uninstall. I went to my Admin User account (although my normal user account has Admin privileges) and when I go to Add/Remove programs, there are no command lines for Uninstall/Remove/Repair programs.
I verified that my normal user account had Admin privileges. Logged into it and it does not have the capability to do any of the above. I even added a new user with Admin privileges, no success. I then re-installed Vista Ultimate as an "upgrade" again, still the same problem. All my user accounts have full security access, so I know that's not it. I've read through the threads and although there are similar admin issues, I haven't seen this specific one. I have tried a couple of the suggestions for other Admin problems to no avail.
I was having problems installing a program (Berlitz German Premier) where the install would just disappear halfway thru the process. A program would not appear under my programs list but when I went to Uninstall an icon for uninstall of the Berlitz software appears for each time I tried to install it. However I get the following error messages (see attached document with screen captures) when I tried to delete it the traditional way.
When I use Windows Install Clean Up utility, the program is nowhere to be found on the list; thus I can't use that program.
Somehow the 'uninstall' button disappeared for most programs on my Vista Home Premium box when I used Control Pannel -> Programs -> Uninstall a Program. A few programs still have 'uninstall' button available - those have 'installed on' showing. The rest (80+% of all)don't have 'installed on' values showing and don't have 'uninstall' button.
I do not want to see any of the programs at the top of the list of All Programs (especially Internet Explorer). I just want to see the program folders listed, preferably sorted by newest or most recently modified first, by alphabetically would be OK. How to get rid of the 8 programs shown in here? Thanks.
Ive been having a few problems with uninstalling some programs via the add/remove programs tool. For example I have been trying to uninstall Itunes and everytime I do Windows installer says it is preparing to remove and then it stops and a window come up that says "The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation." and then another one says I do not have sufficient access to uninstall Itunes and to please contact system administrator.
So I spoke to a friend how recommended this forum subject and I followed the Take Ownership steps a few times but to no avail it still does the same thing. I can't update Itunes untill this one is uninstalled!!!!!
I use Vista 32 Ultimate and I have this problem during the startup of Windows: The UAC control stops 2 programs and I'm not able to let these programs load with UAC control active. Tried everything also in Windows defender but no success. I must always confirm and let run these programs clicking on the UAC block tray icon that appear during the load of these 2 programs. Someone tell me that these programs blocked by UAC must be updated from the developers to pass the UAC.
when i go to start, all programs, all my folders/programs show up, but then i noticed that theres a "programs" folder within the list, and when i click that, it shows all the same folders/programs that are in the "all programs" list. but then some of the folders within the ones in the 'all programs" list, they are empty, but they show up in the programs folder in the list. i dont know how this happened and i just wanted to know how to fix this issue.
This morning, I started my computer, logged on and went on the Start Menu to access Microsoft Office programs. But when I went on the 'All Programs' menu, there were no programs listed! I really mean NO PROGRAMS AT ALL. This includes Microsoft Office folder and every other software and program i have got!.
I just got my new computer with Vista Home Premium x64, from Windows Professional XP. Installed programs are not showing up at Start/All Programs. Some are in directory C: Programs or Program Files (x86) and still dont't show up.
My computer has started shutting off randomly within 5 mins of startup. By shutting off, I mean it just turns off...no BSOD, no errors, just turns off...at random intervals that are usually within five mins. I updated my display drivers a few days ago, and they're currently at the highest version, but it's been a few days, and this just started this morning. It seems to be fine in safe mode (which I'm in now to post this)...which leads me to think it is, in fact, display drivers...but they're up to date, I have no solution there...now what?
I have a computer running Vista Ultimate w/ all the latest updates (including SP1) and latest drivers/bios from the manufacturer and my computer looks like it is rebooting randomly in the middle of the night. I noticed I leave it on all the time and my apps are closed. When I look in the event log, it says: The previous system shutdown at 4:02:19 AM on 5/13/2008 was unexpected. I also checked if there are any memory dumps and there aren't any. I'm stumpted why this is happening if this is due to a hardware failure or a software/driver crash related issue.
Ok, my friend asked me a few days ago to help him fix his router. Its a Belkin N1.
It keeps knocking of at random times every few minutes. I have tried everything I know to solve the problem but nothing seems to work. He can connect to his neighbours internet and it stays connected but when he connects to his own it goes offline after a few mins.
I was sitting there and my computer just shut off randomly. I got a message saying something like windows needs to be repaired or something so I clicked the button to repair it. I go downstairs and watch a movie, and then I come back up and I see a black screen with the mouse pointer doing the loading animation. So I leave it for about 2 more hours and still nothing happens, I turn it off manually.
Now I have to create a new user account, but I cant because it shuts off after about 1 or 2 minutes of running. I finally got that done and when I click on my user account to start up it shuts off after about 30 seconds on the desktop. The only way it will run is if it is in safe mode. I am even on it now writing this message. It runs great in safe mode... what do I do? I don't have a Vista disk anymore...
I have an issue wherein Vista (Ultimate 64-bit) Will freeze up completely forcing me to reset / reboot. This has occurred a few days after I put the computer together and installed all the software. It does not happen reliably. The first two times it happened, I was using Firefox in a window, in front of a video game (in windowed mode). This does not happen every time I do that, and has not happened from doing that in about a week.
The problem recently resurfaced in a more reliable fashion while using the Play-On media server software to stream Hulu to my Xbox. The computer froze after about 5 minutes of doing this, and then after about 8 minutes of doing this. I re-installed the most recent network driver, and tried switching ethernet ports. Next time it happened after about 10 minutes, twice in a row. So this is a very reliable circumstance to cause the freeze..........
My Vista x64 PC is randomly powering off. MSI Neo4 Diamond MB, AMD athlon 64 X2 4200+ CPU, 2G ddr2-800 ram, 1TB and 500GB SATA drives, ATI Radeon HD4350 video card. started a couple months ago. either you get into Vista and are working and suddenly pow... it goes off like pulling the power cord. sometimes it will do it right before the screen gives you the login to Vista..Thought it was a power issue and upgraded a 500W supply to a 750W modular unit. No change... have completely disassembled the unit, cleaned everything, cleaned the CPU/heatsink and put new Arctic silver in.
I can sit in bios all day watching the hardware monitor and the CPU never get's over about 30-31 Degrees C. Voltages are good and steady. as soon as it's booted to Vista, it starts... even sitting idle it will do it. I have Windows XP and Windows 7 RC on the 500G drive. if I boot to either of those OS's, it will run for days without ANY issues... it is ONLY vista that has the issue. I thought it may have been the drive, so I made an image and restored it to the 500GB drive, then removed the 1TB drive from the system... Same issues.
I'm having a problem with my system. It randomly freezes, I have no idea why and most times its when I'm doing something differently. Its freezed during 2 different games, during a burning of a cd, and even while trying to get into the favorites menu on internet exlorer.. I tried looking in the event viewer for the system but not sure what I need to look for. I have no viruses according to Nod32. I have Vista Ultimate running on amd 3700, 1 gb ram, 75gb hard drive, geforce 8800 gts graphics card, ecs motherboard and a dvd burner. Here is a HiJackThis log................
I know this is not new but after some time using vista the system just freezes, no sound, no UI, then all of a sudden it tries to generate a report with the blue screen of death... fails and then restarts. At the moment the machine restarts. BAM! The system says there is no hard drive and no booteable devices. I unplug everything. power off the system and then on again and then vista loads normally WTH!?
It's weird, my mouse randomly freezes for about half a second to about 5 seconds from time to time. Sometimes it get stuck permanently, but will work if I unplug it from the USB port and plug it back in. Everything continues to function normally, so it doesn't appear as if other things are freezing up in any way. I have unplugged most of my peripherals in hopes of finding a cure, but it hasn't happened yet. I've tried a different mouse (both optical.) I've tried different USB ports. The problem only started a couple of months ago...I don't know if it started after an update or something.
My Buddy has had a problerm with his new rig, he would play a game and it would randomly freeze out of nowhere, it can range from any game from Crysis to Counter Strike. What will happen is everything will freeze (he cant even ALT+CTR+DEL)
I'm trying to download a file from a private server which is about 16 GB. Undoubtedly, this takes very long, and I usually leave my computer to do its thing while I'm at school, but the internet randomly disconnects and the download won't resume. I diagnose and repair the internet and it comes up with
1. plug a cable into the network adapter "local area connection* 10" 2. Move your computer to another loaction (or something like that) 3. Automatically get a new IP.This is getting very irritating and it happens around 37% and 25% of my file.