MSInfo32 Not Showing 32 Bit Modules When Run On A 64 Bit Version Of Windows 7?
Jan 10, 2012
I run a number of 32 bit applications on my Windows 7 box. (I have two of them. A 32 bit version and a 64 bit version).When I run MSInfo32 on my 64 bit Windows 7 box, it does not show any of the 32 bit models that are indeed loaded into memory.But they all show up on my 32 bit version of Windows 7.Is there a setting or something that I have to enable in order to "see" all of the loaded modules ?
I run a number of 32 bit applications on my Windows 7 box. (I have two of them. A 32 bit version and a 64 bit version). When I run MSInfo32 on my 64 bit Windows 7 box, it does not show any of the 32 bit models that are indeed loaded into memory. But they all show up on my 32 bit version of Windows 7. Is there a setting or something that I have to enable in order to "see" all of the loaded modules?
I can't start the Windows Modules Installer service. I'm getting an error saying: Error 1017: The system has attempted to load or restore a file into the registry, but the specified file is not in a registry file format.
I have a very strange problem,my graphic card supports directx 11.but in dxdiag,in display tab it showing ddi version 10.1.i done all things update directx(already latest version),update graphic card(latest 220.127.116.1175) intel HD Graphics.i searched on many forums,many people have this problem on different hardware & operating system also.i also apply microsoft hotfix which is directx wrongly displaying ddi version 10.1.
I have recently bought a computer from a friend (2nd hand). I ran msinfo32.exe in the run box and it shoot out the system information. On there I notice that the manufacture was incorrect and so it the model number. The desktop is a dell and the model is Inspiron 570 MT. I wanted to change it back to these vales but was unable to.I tried using regedit searching under to change data under the name Base Board Manufacturer, system family, system Manufacture and system product name. I've successfully replaced it with the correct manufacture and product name but as I recheck msinfo32.exe it was still unchanged. I tried restarting it hoping that it would refresh the msinfo32.exe but all it did was restoring all the data that I edited.
So I installed a beta version of W7 Ultimate and it's displaying a watermark that says "this is not a legit version". I never had a legitimate product key.I want to purchase a real version and upgrade appropriately.Can I purchase an Upgrade license to Windows 7 Ultimate or do I have to purchase a Full version?Also, what if I wanted to install Windows 7 Home Edition instead of the Ultimate version. If I did this, I assume I would have to install the Full version correct?
I am running Windows 7 on my computer and have downloaded overdrive and the updates. When I try to download an audio book to my computer, It still gives me this error message: The version of this file is not compatible with the version of windows you are running. Check your computer system information to see whether you need x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publishe
I'm trying to install some applications on a Lenovo ideapad with windows 7 home premium, 64-bit, SP1. I'm getting the following error - "The version of this file is not compatible with the the version of windows you're running." I've installed all of these specific applications (e.g. RealPlayer, Logmein, Windows 2007 Compatibility Pck File Format Converter) and many other 32-bit apps on other Windows 7 64-bit machines, including 2 other Lenovo laptops with the exact same specs, purchased at the same time, with absolutely no issue.
i new to all of this update bios thing and i just learned how to do it today (or so i hope)but i still too scared to give it a try because 1. i never done it before and scare to loss my mobo2. i don't know what the stable version for it3. scare from blackout.anyway i need help from other user that have the same mobo that i do and update his bios allready before (it will really help if you even update it to the last version) ... i need to know if the very last version (Version 2003) of my mobo Bios is stable for it and not case any "side effects" ... because i saw some situations in the past when people update their bios and the results was : they got blue screens nonstop in different situations ,got only black screen after the pc start up,was force to format their pc (in really rare cases), make hardwares to stop wroking, make the pc slower, and etc. i really scared to try it also beacuse i don't know if there is any way to restore the bios to it older version after i update it my motherbored is ASUS P7P55D (normal one, not deluxe and etc) which i bought in the end of 2009and my bios version is still the same (i never update my bios before)Uploaded with ImageShack.usnd it really old.you can see my build at my profile.
i new to all of this update bios thing and i just learned how to do it today but i still too scared to give it a try because
1. i never done it before and scare to loss my mobo
2. i don't know what the stable version for it
3. scare from blackout.. (lol)
anyway i need help from other user that have the same mobo that i do and update his bios allready before (it will really help if you even update it to the last version) ... i need to know if the very last version (Version 2003) of my mobo Bios is stable for it and not case any "side effects" ... because i saw some situations in the past when people update their bios and the results was : they got blue screens nonstop in different situations ,got only black screen after the pc start up,was force to format their pc (in really rare cases), make hardwares to stop wroking, make the pc slower, and etc. i really scared to try it also beacuse i don't know if there is any way to restore the bios to it older version after i update it my motherbored is ASUS P7P55D (normal one, not deluxe and etc) which i bought in the end of 2009 and my bios version is still the same (i never update my bios before)
When attempting to upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 the upgrade attempt may fail with the message âÄúThis version of Windows could not be installed, Your previous version of Windows has been restored, and you can continue to use it." However, the next reboot of the machine will launch the upgrade process again only to fail with the same message.
So I bought what I thought what the full version of Windows 7 Pro online for the student discount for $65. I got it all installed and the activation key wouldn't work.Long story short I got the upgrade version on accident. So I got that refunded and I'm about to just go buy Home Premium. I need to install it. Do I need to uninstall Pro before I install Home Premium? Or will it just get rid of it for me when I install it?
I am buying a new PC in Spain but want Windows 7 Home Premium in English, which does not seem to be available anywhere here. So my techie guy is downloading an English version (pirate???) and at same time buying a genuine Spanish version. He says he will then use the key code from the Spanish pack to validate the English version.
Is this possible, and could I encounter any problems later? How can I be 100% sure (before I leave the shop!) that I have a validated, genuine English version of Windows 7 that will continue to work indefinitely?
I need to know if I can use a clean install disk for Windows 7 Ultimate to upgrade from Vista or if I have to use an Upgrade version?
I'm leaning towards buying the clean install disk so that if I should loose the hard drive at some future point I could just clean install Win 7 Ultimate from the disk without having to first install Vista and then upgrade.
Regardless of which type I purchase, am I better off to buy the OEM disk from the machine manufacturer (Toshiba) or just purchase any OEM disk? Of course, if I want Microsoft support then I need to purchase retail disks.
I have upgrade my computer (E6750 to i5 750, 3G DDR2 to 4G DDR3) and I am thinking about upgrading to 7 64bit. Currently I have a dual boot system with XP Home 32 and Vista Home Premium 32. I want to upgrade the Vista to Window 7 64 and leave the XP there.
I am wondering can I but the upgrade version for the job?
I was stupid enough to purchase a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate full version for my computer from someone on Craigslist. This copy was brand new and sealed. I thought it was legit. I completed wiped my computer clean and installed the software. Everything went fine - until after about a month I started getting this message saying "Must Activate Computer." After talking to Microsoft, this software was legit, but it is something called a developer's copy and it blocked my activation code because I wasn't using certain features because I wasn't supposed to have a copy like this. Of course I tried contacting the person - who is now ignoring all my e-mails. In any event...I want to go purchase a legit version from a store but am not sure what I need. I can currently use my computer, but it is operating illegally from the Windows 7 Ultimate that was installed. I do not need ultimate...home premium is fine.
1) Do I need an upgrade version or a full version?
2) What can I do with this developer's copy of Ultimate? Can I sell it anywhere to someone who is allowed to use it? I"d like to get something for it to help pay for the new one.
I have a toolbar on my taskbar titled "Programs". It has about eight folders in it. I made another toolbar, and placed it directly adjacent to the Programs toolbar, to obscure the eight folders and force it to be a dropdown menu.Trouble is, as soon as I lock my taskbar, right next to the arrow that displays the eight items of my Programs toolbar in menu-form, one of the eight items is showing up as an icon, as if the other toolbar isn't close enough to the Programs toolbar in order to completely obscure the eight items.
in Linux I have a file-server which has a Logical Volume defined.This consists of TWO x 1 TB hard-disks "joined" to make a single mount point.To access I simply open up konquerer and point to /usr/share/myLVM..I can save up to 2 TB of data into that folder and when it's full, simply add another physical disk and then include that in the LVM. The available space increases accordingly in that mount point.My Q is, can I perform something similar with Windows server 2003?I have a domain but unable to set AD permissions and ACLs to the file servers as they all run Linux LVMs.
I bought windows 7 64bit upgrade version for students. However I want to use 32 bit now, since I have simply had too many problems. Is it possible to install Windows7 32bit and register it with my CD Key (which I got for 64bit Version)?
I am using on my Dell Inspiron 1440 laptop Windows 7 N version (authorised version) which does not have Media Player bundled in. As suggested in Microsoft support we site I downloaded the Media Feature Pack for Windows 7 N with Service Pack 1 and Windows 7 KN with Service Pack 1 (KB968211) and installed. But I am not able to launch media player. WMP 12 does not even show up in the Programs list. How do I launch WMP 12 and other media related modules of Win 7?
I have a new PC with 8GB of RAM, so obviously want to install Windows 7 64 bit. I have Windows 7 DVD. It is saying in many places that at installation it will allow you to chose between 64 bit and 32 bit versions, however I am not given any choice at the application(unless I am doing something wrong) and it just installs 32 bit version
Need a 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium install with sp1 on a flash drive. My Windows 7 disks (retail) are pre sp1. I borrowed a friends Windows 7 Ultimate disk with sp1 but when I transfer from the iso to the flash drive using Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool (having used ei.cfg Removal Utility to make all version available) all I get is the Ultimate SP1 version.If I do the same thing to a dvd it works fine and the install gives me a choice of ,Basic / Premium / Pro /Ultimate.Why does it work on a dvd but not the flash drive ?i can use the dvd but it would be good to have it all on a flsh drive