Whenever I try to open a folder within a folder through Windows explorer, I get this message: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error! Program C:WINDOWSexplorer.exe abnormal program termination However, when I go into the 'folder' options and select 'view each folder in a separate window', it works fine (But obviously it's irritating that so many folders get opened!) I have tried to use a number of programs such as HijackThis!, lspFix, Regedit, Regcure, Runtifix, etc. but to no avail.
It occured when trying to download and update Microsoft Net Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 and also when installing Age of Empires 3 and Direct X End User Runtime.The error is as follows (the screenshot should be attached also):crosoft Visual C ++ Runtime Library error untime Error!rogram: C:DOCUME~1AnthonyLOCALS~1TempSL83.tmp This Application has request the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.
After i ran some programs in safe mode to get rid of viruses, this message came up when rebooting into normal mode."Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Buffer overrun detected program:C:WindowExplorer.Exe A buffer overrun has been detected which has corrupted the program's internal state. The program cannot safely continue execution and must now be terminated. After clicking ok, the desktop icons disappear, then return, and the message occurs again. Does anyone know what this means.
I have a dell laptop with windows media center installed, as you know they come with a seperate partition for the backup files. For me backup files are not necessary, so I deleted the contents then installed WOW in its spot. Then later on I decided to merge this partition using partition magic. While merging my computer crashed. My C: drive is saying that it has the contents of the old partition, but it is not accessible or visible. I tried using partition magics drive mapper to make these files go into c: but it did nothing.
Subsequent to doing a repair on my WinXP-SP2, I started getting this error message whenever Windows Media Player is open and I copy a file from my hard drive to a jump drive: "A null reference pointer was passed to the stub". Have never seen this message in 25 years of computing. What does it mean/why does it appear?
I have got the following error on XP under a video editing app. The app is VirtualDubMod. I never got this error before. The error is below. The instruction "0x025397a8" referenced memory at "0x01bc39f0". The memory could not be read. What exactly does that mean? How do I fix it? Is it possible to fix it?
i've tried system recovery, system restore, deleteing the stupid thing and downloading it, i've tried deteling anything that might have ANYTHING to do with the program.i also tried to download KERNEL32.dll from somewhere to replace the one in my WINDOWS/SYSTEM file but they wont let me.
I m using windows xp I can't download Yahoo Messenger. A two step process, it gets stuck on the second process. Right after I hit the second "run" button it tells me: "Could not load the DLL library. The specified module could not be found." When I go under system 32 I find a ton of dll files.I am pretty new to computers. I asked a friend who isn't sure and another suggested googling DLL, which is what brought me here. One of the websites said i would find the files in the System 32 folder and so looked in there. Now I am writing you.
I keep getting this message, cannot load library topsearch dll. Am I missing something? I dont know what it is and if it should be in my computer. I've tried to read up on it but still do not know if it is something that I should have or not
I've just bought an MP3 player and I've installed the software that is packaged with it. The program searched my HDD for all types of audio files and added them to my Library. What happened next was a complete blunder on my part: what I did was go through each file in my Library and delete those that I didn't want and keep those I did. I didn't pay any attention to what I was deleting, and I believe what I did has to do with a disk problem I'm havin'. I don't think my computer recognizes my D drive anymore (excuse me, please, I don't know much-- I mean the drive that plays DVDs/CDs). When I view My Computer, the D drive isn't displayed. Another example: when I'm in WMP and tryin' to copy tracks from a CD onto my HDD, there isn't a D drive listed to upload from.
I have Windows 2000 SP4 installed in my computer. I am getting this error "The dynamic library MSVCP60.dll could not be found in the specified path" This is happening only when i am trying to use some .exe files.
every time i log on or **** down my pc I get this mesage. Procedure entry point get process image file name W could not be located in dynamic link library PSAI.DLL and also Runner file Name(kodak software adapter.exe) lacksa'_' (the app id seperator)does anyone know how to get rid of these error messages.
If you have moved your music around on your hard drives, Windows Media Player continues to add new entries into it's library instead of modifying the existing ones. This means that you will now have multiple entries for the same song, half of which will not work now because you have moved the files to their new location. To delete the current library and build a new one, do the following:1. Close Windows Media Player, wait about 3 seconds for the database to close.2. Using "My Computer", navigate to the following folder:F (or whatever drive is appropriate for you):Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftMedia Index3. Delete the "wmplibrary....db" file here. This is not your actual music, only the database which Windows Media Player uses as a listing.4. Start Windows Media Player5. Hit "F3" and enter the location where you have moved your music to. If it is on muliple drives, check "All Drives". Let it finish.You're Done!All the old listings will now be gone, and you will only have the new accurate ones.
ive installed a game called big city adventure but wen i go to run it i get - the ordinal 947 could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll. ive tried reinstallin the game but still get it, ive even updated my directx n also deleted the game shortcut on desktop n resent it to desktop from the game folder but nothin helps. y am i gettin this error msg n how can i resolve it.
I installed internet explorer 7. But i didnt like it so i tried going back to internet explorer 6, But then i stated giving me a error like "iertutil.dll is missing" So i googled it.After reading about other people havING the same problem as me, I found out that i can download iertutil.dll from www.down-dll.com and copied it to cwindowssystem32.Before i done this my desktop was gone..But after doing this my desktop have reapperied however im still having a problem. Every time I try to open a program or do somethinG i get this erroe message "The ordinal 56 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll". I would be happy to reinstall windows but I have lost the CD.
I've tried almost evrything to get my java to install. I even tried registering the DLL's manually. That way was working find until I tried to register "regsvr32 Msjava.dll" and i just get "Load Library failed "cannot find Msjava.dll module." I've just about given up. If anyone has a clue on how to get this module,
I am having problems with Automatic Updates and I keep getting the following error: svchost.exe -- application error the instruction at "0x745f2780" reference memory at "0x00000000". the memory could not be 'read' I have tried numerous fixes and it will not work. I tried turning off AU and manually installing the updates but it just hangs up. It is only the Office 2003 updates that did not update.
When I try to install windows xp pro it gets to the part when it says Loading Keyboard Layout Library KBDUS.DLL... and it just stays there. One of my friends told me that it can take a little longer on some computers so I let it stay on all night long it was still on the same thing when I got up. I've tried every thing that I know. Everything seems to be working right also I was wondering I've got a new CPU coming that I'm going to install would I need to reinstall windows if I get it to install on this CPU?
I've searched the numbers but came up with nothing.The runtime 216 error worried me since it usually is a virus so I ran two scans(antivir-which I normally use and symatec) both show the pc is clean.The boxes only occur when the last window is closed. The first box is an explorer application error 0x018638ae reference memory 0x0197cca4 memory could not be read.After that box is closed the runtime error 216 at 018638AE pops up.
I just got a notice from Win. Download Center, that I need: "J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 2". In AddRemove programs I already have "J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 1". Do I NEED both? They are both HUGE, 117Mb EACH.
I had a visual runtime error when i start the game named "Overlord II" and i dont kow why this is was the error say:For information ohn how your program can cause assertion gsilture, see the Visual C++ documentation on asserts (press retry to debug the application - Jit must be enabled)
My computer keeps coming up with a message saying Runtime Error 217 and iexplore.exe application error. It says : The instruction at 0x300a2074 referenced memory at 0x065a8e24.The memory could not be read read.Click on OK to terminate the program.My Computer is running Windows XP Media Center.