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When i turn on my computer it does not show icons on destop.It's appear program as following :

  • Data Execution Prevention - Microsoft
  • To help protect your computer, Windows has closed this program
  • Name : COM Surrogate
  • Publisher : Microsoft corporation
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Data Execution Prevention helps protect againts damage from viruses and other security threats



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Hi. I'm Azrul from Malaysia. Your windows installation might be corrupted and the system files might have been modified by a virus. Here is a possible solution for you:

Insert your Windows XP Setup disk in the CD rom drive. Set your boot priority to the cd rom. Wait for the option to repair your Windows XP installation. Do not format or reinstall. Just repair.

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Handycafe problems


This problem is caused by a buffer overflow exception in your computer's memory which commonly happens usually when a 32bit application is ran in a 64bit system.

To Fix this Error follow the following Steps:

STEP 1. right click on "my computer" go to "properties"

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STEP 2. click on "advanced system settings"

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STEP 3. under performance, click "settings"

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STEP 4. click the Data Execution Prevention tab, and then click "Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select".

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STEP 5. click Add, browse to handyCafe Folder and add handyCafe Server.exe

And if the problem is not yet fix, please instal BDEInfoSetup.exe

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Oct 05, 2013 | PC Desktops

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How to change Data Execution Prevention (DEP) settings in Windows 7? Data...


How to change<b> Data Execution Prevention (DEP)</b> settings in <b>Windows 7</b>? <br /> <b>Data Execution Prevention (DEP)</b> is a feature that protects our system from viruses and other security threats. The Windows constantly monitors the programs running on our system and closes them if they perform any malicious activity. But sometimes we want a certain program(s) to run even if the<b> Windows alerts</b> us that it is a malicious one. <br /> To change <b>Data Execution Prevention </b>settings in <b>Windows 7</b> follow these simple steps: <br /> 1) Right click on the <b>My Compute</b>r icon on your<b> Desktop </b>and select <b>Properties</b>. <br /> <img src="nonontech_54.jpg" /><br /> <br /> <b>Fig. 1</b> <br /> <br /> 2) The <b>System window</b> opens now. Here click the <b>Advanced system settings</b> link in the left pane as highlighted below: <br /> <img src="nonontech_55.jpg" /><br /> <br /> <b>Fig. 2</b> <br /> 3) The <b>System Properties</b> window opens now. Here click the <b>Settings</b>... button under <b>Performance</b> section under <b>Advanced</b> tab <br /> <img src="nonontech_56.jpg" /><br /> <b><br /></b> <b>Fig. 3</b> <br /> <br /> 4) The <b>Performance Options</b> dialog box opens now. Here select <b>Data Execution Prevention</b> tab and then click on the radio button <b>Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select option</b> and click<b> Add </b>button <br /> <img src="nonontech_57.jpg" /><br /> <br /> <b>Fig. 4</b> <br /> <br /> 5) Now select the<b> Executable</b> file (i.e. the .exe file of the program you want to add) that you want to add and click <b>Open</b> button <br /> <img src="nonontech_58.jpg" /><br /> <br /> <b>Fig. 5</b> <br /> <br /> <b><u>Note:</u></b> If you try to add an executable file which cannot be turned off it's <b>DEP</b> feature, then you will receive a warning as shown below. <br /> <img src="nonontech_59.jpg" /><br /> <br /> <br /> <b>Fig. 6</b> <br /> <br /> 6) In the same way, to remove an executable file from the list select that file and click <b>Remove</b> button. <br /> 7) Click<b> Apply</b> and then <b>OK</b> button in the <b>Performance</b> options window <br /> 8) Click <b>OK </b>button in <b>System Properties</b> window <br /> 9) Close <b>System window</b>. <br /> Thanks for reading. <br />

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Microsoft Game Launcher has stopped working need a solution


Try This:

> 1 - Left click on Start
> 2.- Right click on Computer
> 3 - Left click on Properties 4 - Left click on Advanced System Settings
> 5 - Under Performance click on Settings
> 6 - Left click on Data Performance Settings (on my computer the tab said
> Data Execution Prevention)
> 7 - Click on TURN ON DEP FOR ESSENTIAL WINDOWS PROGRAMS AND SETTINGS ONLY.
> 8 - Click on Apply and then OK.
>
> UAC: (User Account Control)
> Open up Control Panel, and type in user account into the search box.
> You'll
> see the link for "Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off". Click it.
> Uncheck the box, and reboot your computer.

Good luck!

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How to reduce the display,so big icons on destop


set the resolution to 1024x768,right click the graphics settings icon (bottom of desktop)or follow these one: Steps for changing desktop icon size.
1. Right Click Desktop and Choose "Properties"
2. In the Properties Window click on the "Appearance Tab" at the top.
3. In the Appearance Window click on the button called "Advanced"
4. In the Advanced Appearance Window choose "Item:"
from the drop down list and choose "Icon" and you can choose desired Icon size.
By default many users will see 32 x 32 pixels but this can be changed to whatever you want.

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DEP...


You do not mention your OS but much 32-bit software will not run on a 64-bit processor. You must get 64-bit version. Some times having a dual booted system with a 32-bit OS will allow sporadic use of a peripheral. Sometimes just the presence of 64-bit processor will phreek out the software and cause partial execution and the kind of message you are seeing. I have exactly the same problem and there are some things i can work around and some not.

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If you are using Xp
Use the Desktop Cleanup Wizard to remove shortcuts that you don't use from your desktop. The wizard automatically runs every 60 days, or you can start it yourself whenever you want.
Put them back if you wish by clicking  and dragging them from  the  programs menue and that wil creat the icon on the desktop.

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WINDOWS EXPLORER HAS STOP WORKING


Hey there

The problem could be because earlier version of nero You can solve your problem from doing the following:
If you are using Nero, you can try upgrading to the latest version (7.7.5.1+)
If you’ve upgraded Nero and still have the problem, you can try renaming the file C:\Program Files\Common Files\Ahead\DSFilter\NeVideo.ax to NeVideo.ax.bak. You may also need to rename NeVideoHD.ax to NeVideoHD.bak
This will break Nero Showtime, however.

There's another possible solution below of turning off DEP for dllhost, which might not work your windows explorer
Essentially, turning off Data Execution Prevention on dllhost (the COM surrogate or windows explorer) can fix this problem. This solution is detailed below.

Right click on Computer, and choose Properties

Click on Advanced System Settings, and then under Advanced, click Settings

Select the "Data Execution Protection" tab, and then click “Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select”

Click on the Add button, and then browse to C:\Windows\System32\dllhost.exe

Click Open, and then OK.


Enjoy working

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