Hello sir, I have recently installed windows XP blackedition v6 ultimate.... More or less after installing NOD32 antivirus,though i had Comodo antivirus by default, one error message suddenlyappeared, IN 3 DIFFERENT windows and still everytime appearing whenlaunching any application or even when launching add/remove programs....
Written " ERROR " on top, saying .... A RUNTIME ERROR HAS OCCURRED, DO YOU WISH TO DEBUG? LINE: 99 ERROR: LIBRARY NOT REGISTERED.
Itried 2 fix the prob with Registry mechanic, Registry booster(Uniblue)and even Malwarebytes, they always find only 2 problems one sayingMISSING OR INVALID PATH in The key HTML help under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWS contains a bad path or value name AM_LHA.chm ....
And the other saying, MISSING OR INVALID PATH in The key DefTextPathes under HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREGABESTVSFILTER contains a bad path1 for the value c: subtitles ....
I repair them but again after restarting and scanning these 2 appear :(
Please help me, i don wanna to format it again.... please.... :(
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It's good that you have the recovery cds. Do NOT reformat the hard drive. Restore with the cds so you'll have a clean install . You will need to have any software cds that did not come with the original pc in order for them to rebuild the registry entries. That is the easiest way because there won't be any left over files from Windows 7 after you restore to XP.
Check the model of your motherboard with the tool CPU-Z from here. search for the drivers on the internet. From Device Manager (open with the run command: devmgmt.msc), see whether the driver is installed properly or not. The Windows XP and Windows 7 drivers are different. so you have to install updated drivers means for Windows 7 operating system only. Check the motherboard manufactures web site to download the drivers and to get more information.
You need to download all the drivers installer files from manufacturer website first, and also all the software you want to install automatically with Windows. Then you build a Windows Xp boot CD with all the software setup embedded.
Hello, you will need to complete the add new hardware wizard, sometimes the drivers are corrupted and the wizard ends before all installation takes place (undertaker02 this is also for you) Do this:-Log on to your computer by using an administrator account. 2. Click Start, and then click Run. 3. In the Open box, type regedit, and then click OK. 4. Locate and click the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\LPTENUM 5. Right-click the registry key, and then click Delete. 6. Under Confirm Key Delete, click Yes. 7. Close Registry Editor, and then restart your computer. When Windows XP restarts, it will detect the printer and install support for it. After the printer is installed, it will no longer be detected each time you start Windows XP.