Unfortunately XP Pro doesn't have a fully functional Run As command. If you try and make a request for certain system functions it will always authenticate as the current explorer user. The solution is rather odd and cumbersome. Say I was logged into Arthur but wanted to run control panel as Keech then I would follow the directions below.
1. Navigate to C:\Windows\System32\ and Run As cmd.exe as Keech
2. Open Task Manager and kill the process explorer.exe
3. In your command window type C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe and press enter
4. Open control panel normally
5. All done!
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There are many different formats for pictures. You can download a utility called G-Spot (yeah weird name but ..... you can do a google search) from here. The utility will allow you to get the codec information for the picture(s) you have and with that information you can search for the proper codec.
When attempting to run Microsoft .Net based applications, you may get the following error on startup: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135) The cause of this error is that the Microsoft .Net framework is not installed or is damaged in some way. Therefore applications will fail to launch. To fix this
error you can run Windows Update and find the Microsoft .Net framework
update to install. Alternatively, you can download the Microsoft .Net
Framework directly from Microsoft.
These error messages may be caused by the WORM_KLEZ.E virus, or one of its variations.
Go to trendmicro.com and run their free online virus scan. It can take a couple of hours to run and you must be connected to the internet.
It that doesn't do it let me know.
Weird category. Seems OS- or program-specific enough.
The exception codes are supposed to give you insight into what's going on, (Intel exceptions C000 00029 and E043 4F4D in the context of Vista or your CPU in particular, say) but perhaps you should try the Vista equivalent of WinXP's RunAs options, where you can run them as older applications and dodge some incompatibilities.
Similarly, you might want to create a VM (or runtime jail; many, many options to be had there...) and try it in that context, so that if the program's spoiling things at least your system won't need to worry or crash. The easiest thing of course is to find updates of those programs that promise to play well with Vista.
Not MSCONFIG, press CTRL+ALT+DEl and check what are the application running under Application tab and Pocesses tab, if its not there this can be a malware or virus that is causing this you may need to download and run this a good anti Malware its Malwarebytes...
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