My laptop crashed earlier while I was printing a document. After getting up and running again, I have been bombarded with one message that keeps appearing almost 10 minutes each time. It reads;
Interactive Services Detection:
"A program running on this computer is trying to display a message" involving
Message title: Windows Internet Explorer
Program path: C:Windowszsystem32IEFRAME.dll
When I view the message it takes me to a blank desktop with an internet explorer window prompting me to fill in a survey on my printer.
Since I have no time or interest in filling this out, what can I do to make Windows shut up on this matter? I have no idea if this is a malware related problem or not since scans are not showing up suspcicuous files.
now I get this message: interactive services detection for ntvdm.exeI searched through Microsoft answers and it recommended that I can stop it from services window,so I did that and now the message doesn't pop up(should I stop it?is gonna make problems because I stopped it?)but I know there is a problem because it began to happen after my update and I didn't get the message before the update.(I have my driver back ups before the update should I restore them?)
I have this problem that interrupts when I do something on full screen (interruption on every few minutes)*FOcus lost to:Interactive Service Detection*It does not pop up any dialog, but just for a sec I can see something on my taskbar then disappear.After some research, I found that the service name that interrupts is UI0Detect.exe. I can stop the process in Task Manager, but it will show up after a while.And I checked on services.msc, the "Interactive Services Detection" has a manual startup type.
Everytime I attempt to install software (java, for example) via remote, I receive the Interactive Service Detection pop up on the target computer(s). Could someone give me a better description of what ISD is, and can I disable it in services? I would rather remote install software on multiple machines at one time then manually on each
i downloaded a trial progran and deleted it, then i had problems with windows, booted eventually after 6 minutes but no internet and i get this error message, windows cannot connect to systen event services,log in as admin and check what services fail to load, but it wont even do that. my system restore has also been disabled etc. i tried a repair but no joy, so i tried an upgrade but, because the installed version on the PC is newer than the CD version it wont do the upgrade. i am trying to avoid a clean install. how can i get past the "you have a newer version of windows" and do the upgrade,
I'm trying to sort out issues with my Windows 7 machine and want to disable/set to manual services that I know are not needed, but every time I have done this in the past (a while ago now) I invariably run into an issue where I've inadvertently disabled a service that was needed by something, and I end up scratching my head (as all of my hair falls out around this point) and enabling everything just to sort it..
Is there any utility that anyone is aware of that lets you toggle service status, with the option to reset to default or reset to last status, while showing a list of services that I've changed?
I can't seem to word it properly for a search engine to find relevant results, and find usually specific services and not something I'm hoping exists.
I wish the Services.msc mmc had a checkbox or some sort of flag to show altered services so you could sort them by that, which would help a lot, but it doesn't.
So a while back I was watching a video and a pop up appeared and I it asked me if I wanted to download something and I clicked no. But that same pop up continuously appeared and I accidentally clicked yes. The computer froze so I forced shut down and whrn I tried to turn it on again, the BSOD appeared. It turned off a second time and then when it restared, the safe mode window appeared and I ran that and it tried to fix the problem but now whenever I try to get on, there is a black screen with a window that says" interactive logon process has failed. Please consult the event log" I click ok and I just appears again. There is no getting past it and I am unable to do anything on my. Computer.
I am having trouble enabling this feature in Windows 7 Professional 32-bit. This setup is recommended by SquirrelSystems when installing Squirrel Professional 6.0 on a Windows 7 machineThe instructions from their techweb site follows...Quote: 1. Open the Windows Run command 2. Type: secpol.msc 3. Go to Security Setting/local Policies/ Security options4. On the right hand side find Interactive logon: do not display last username and change it to ENABLE The problem occurs after rebooting. I am no longer able to log in to the account in which I performed this step under. If there is a second account available I am able to log in fine but it seems the account in which I performed this step is now locked/corrupted.Changing the password via the Control Panel while logged in through my secondary account does nothing as well.
I recently bought a new asus laptop and after some issues with it i decided to format and clean install the OS. It came with windows 7 home premium 64-bit. I went out and bought windows 7 Pro 64bit and attempted an install. The installation went through smoothly til the end where I received the message "interactive logon has failed, please consult the event log ..." after this message it rebooted and attempted a start-up only to be met with a strange gray screen and then it reboots again.
Nothing else works like safe mode, or advanced boot options. Ive tried installing several times with with the same result. Now whats weird is that when I install a 32-bit version of this there's no problems, except that its designed for a 64 and runs slowly. So why would I be able to install a 32bit version of windows and not a 64 bit? Even though all the hardware is for a 64??
I recently received a new ASUS Eee PC running Windows 7 Starter. It started fine the first 3 or 4 times I have tried to use it, but now, I am receiving this error message: "Interactive logon process initialization has failed. Please consult the event log for more details". I get the same message in safe mode, and the Repair Your Computer and Last Known Good Configuration options do not work. The computer has not created a system restore point, and I could not burn a system image due to lack of a burner (I have an external one on order).
My site is working properly, but lately I added a form to inter act with my clients but it seems that it does not work with people that have live mail set on their laptop with windows 7. Every time the click the submit button on my form, live mail starts & opens a new mail window instead of sending the form contents directly to my e-mail address. I am sure that my code is 100% correct in defining the form.
I have a PC that dual boots both XP and 7. Yesterday, I restarted my computer to go from 7 to XP to play a game, all fine and dandy so far. When I came back onto windows 7, the Windows intro logo loads, disappears as usual, but instead of loading by desktop, I get :
"Interactive logon process initialization has failed. Please consult the event log for more details."
So I decided to go check my event log. I booted on XP, went to G:WindowsSystem32winevtLogs, copied the file : Application.evtx to my USB key, and opened it up on another Win 7 system to check it out. I thought I could find the error, but I can't get any logs out of the event log. The last entry being a month ago for some reason. I want to avoid formatting my Win 7 partition at all costs. Also :
- Safe mode doesn't work - System restore doesn't work - System repair doesn't work.
I've tried almost everything so far. I do in fact have complete access to my G: partition, which is my Windows 7 partition.
I use W7 + SP1. I tried to update my Apli Master 6 program but for some reason it did not install properly. I tried to uninstall the partly installed program but this failed to happen. Now, I keep getting a pop-up notice from the ISD with a 'runtime error' message. I tried to stop the ISD by going to C/Control Panel/Admin Tools/Services/ Interactive Services Detector and stopping it. However it keeps reappearing with the same message, and will not stay "Stopped." How can I disable it completely?
I have a laptop which has stopped running since yesterday evening and gives me this error on a dialog box due to which I am not able to logon to the system. When I restart my machine, it gives me 4 options i.e.
Safe Mode Safe Mode with Networks Safe Mode using command prompt Logon normally
I tried all 4 of them if atleast any of these allows me to login, but none worked. I referred to the solutions and fixes available on the internet, but all of them says that I need to press F8, enter into a safe mode and operate the issue from there. But even pressing F8 doesn't make any change.
i would like my autoplay settings to be un-change-able to anyone but myself. This means if an app is installed and tries to take control of an autoplay event, it gets an error code and the setting remains unchanged. If, however, I use the control panel to change a setting then it is allowed and the change goes through.
Is there a permission that can be added or removed from a registry key that controls autoplay settings for my user? (win 7 home premium x64)
I am running Windows 7 Ultimate on HP Pavilion DV2000 laptop.I found that some DVD's won't play on the machine. In My Computer folder, the F: drive does not change even if I insert a DVD. There is no issue about playing CDs and some DVDs. I found that the DVDs which refuse to get detected are mostly commercial DVDs.Is it an issue about DVD region?The drive is 'hl-dt-st dvdram gsa-t20l ata' and it was by default coded to Region 2 (though I live in Region 5 - India). I tried to change the region but I was not successful. I then installed region killer and now the default region is region 5. However, even this has failed to detect the DVD.
i just went out buy a brand new gaming computer. Take about 2 hours to hook the thing up and press the power button and expect the greatest, but to my dismay I receive the error "Interactive Login Process Initialization failed". I clicked OK and the box closed, the display (1920x1080) flashes and then the same error appears. I will eventually receive a blue screen then the computer will reboot. Startup Repair yields no results, so I was wondering what are my options. I am going to go back to micro-center tomorrow, but wanted to know if the internet had
I installed 7 with two monitors hooked up and turned on and it detected both of them just fine. But after the install when I boot to windows if both monitors aren't "on" when I boot it won't detect the second monitor when I turn it on. I have to boot with both monitors on for it to detect both of them.
I just want to see if anyone else has experienced this same problem?
i have connected my monitors via displayport to my computer. displayport is very nice, but it has one feature that is - in combination with windows vista/7 - very bad. displayport specification says that if a device (Monitor) will be turned off (standby) it will not be visible to the computer anymore. that is very annoying because windows has a routine which permanently checks if all monitors are still connected. if one monitor will be physicly disconnected, then windows will reorganize the desktop (all content that was on the disconnected screen will be moved to the others). if the monitor will be turned on again windows will move the windows back to the place where it has been before, but often it does not work correctly.
Thing is, that applications know your hardware somehow from somewhere.You get something like this in some games.Your CPU: C2Q6600 ~ 2.4GhzRAM: 2GBGPU: NV 6600Is there a way to block or alter this for applications? Either for worse or better? want to change this detection mechanism that reports your current hardware configuration to aplication.
I am using HCL ME 74 series laptop with win 7 OS 32 bit. recently my OS crashed and I reinstalled the OS. surprisingly there are no netwrok controllers in my device anager. the network adpters give by HCL have been used. But the system is detecting the wifi networks all around but not connecting. The HCL ME series gives some funny buttons to press: set wifi enable -> Fn+F11, and bluetooth -> fn+F12 . both are enables.
I've been testing AVAST 4.2 fairly rigorously on both VISTA X-64 and Windows 7 7100 X-64.
Straight from the MS site I downloaded the .VHD Virtual disks (XP compatability mode)
AVAST reports that the .VHD file contains a "COMPRESSION BOMB". Now this doesn't actually tell me what this is -- but the fact that it reports something with the word BOMB in it means it can't be good.
Now as this VHD file was downloaded from the official Microsoft site I assume it HAS to be OK (or does it - I would imagine MS regularly checks its own websites - there's plenty of people out there who'd jump at a chance of attacking a MS site if they could).
I'm going to download the XP comparability mode again and have another scan.
VISTA again reports the file as CLEAN) so I think there still might be a couple of things AVAST need to fix in Windows 7 when reading compressed or "archive" type files.
i want to say that i do not want any detection indication in my pc.i m using window 7 and it causes a problem in detection of usb pendrives and ipod.so i want to remove the detection of usb from my system.can further it will help me in using pendrive and ipod?
I have a SONY vaio vpcea16fg , and a windows 7 professional installed on it. I want to disable windows from auto detecting my built in usb 2.0 camera. I have disabled UPNP and SSDP services, but it doesn't work. I mean when I restart my machine in detects usb camera and install it again!
I want to disable my webcam auto detection, because there is a hardware problem with my built-in webcam and causes a blue screen error. When I move my laptop's lid, windows detect the camera and try to install it automatically, but after two or three times of detection a blue screen is occurred.
I use the MS Wireless Keyboard 1000 and MS Wireless Optical Mouse 2000 with my HP HDX 16t (dual core) notebook running Windows 7 x64.
I installed both Intellipoint 7.0 and Intellitype 7.0. About 50% of the time when I boot, the mouse driver fails ("This device cannot start"). I have to manually uninstall the driver and then search for new devices. It re-installs the driver and then the mouse works fine.
Windows update had 3 recent files--update to Intellitype and to Intellipoint I think. Also a MS Mouse and Keyboard Detection Driver (USB), Driver ID = 20305405. It fails to install after many attempts. I've tried turning off all start-up programs without success. Error code 80070103. I think if this could get installed it would end my mouse driver problem. Any help?
I recently took my internal hard drive and bought a casing for it and made it external. But when i connected it to my computer the disk management showed it as invalid dynamic. So i went online, read a bit about basic and dynamic and ways to convert the latter into former. I adopted the method of converting through changing "hex" using "HxD". Now when i changed the '47's to '07' , i got back my three partitions without any data loss one of which was system reserve. I do not know how to get the rest back. cannot loose the data. I have to get the other three back. Total no of partition =6 (including system reserve) No. of partitions recovered = 3 (including system reserve) No