I start up the laptop using XP, ,I then recieve a message "application has generated an exception that could not be handled" process 1d= 0x45c (1116), thread id=0x460 (1120).
It then offers me the choice of OK to terminate or cancel to debug.
Pressing either option I then see "loading your personnal settings" it then immediatlely goes into "closing your netwiork seetings" and goes back to the orignal password screen , I can't get past this loop of messages!
Re: Unable to access my personnal settings using XP
This sounds like a virus. Probably try running a virus scan with your virus removal software, if you dont have one download AVG - http://free.avg.com/ this is a free version of the software. Hope I helped.
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Try this. go to firewall. click on exception, and then click "secure socket tunneling" this should solve the problem. If it did not work the first time unclick it again. re start computer, and re do the exception thing.
You can reinstall the entire operative system with the CD that comes with your laptop, or with the restoration partition. See user's manual. This is the best way to fix error in a PC. Before restore the OS, backup your personal data.
Boot from your WinXP CD and repair your existing installation. That is the component that controls security on your computer. When done with the repair and you can boot into your operating system again, you should do a full virus scan on the computer since there are several viruses that can cause this problem.
hi there, The error 0xC0000005 is generated by an illegal "memory access
violation". This can be caused by anything from faulty RAM, an
incorrect/corrupt device driver, poorly written/updated software and
more commonly under Windows XP Service pack 2, malware/adware
i would suggest that the ram in your computer has possibly broken down over a period, may i recommend obtaining some new ram, if you go to www.crucial.com they can provide you with information that tells you which ram you have in your PC.
I believe that definitely your hard drive is bad and needs to be replaced. Also going by what you are saying here, your cd rom could be bad. If it is still working though, then most likely the reason that your computer isn't finding it or cannot boot from it, is because, due to your hard drive being bad, your computer cannot access the drivers to your cd, thus making it undetectable. Thanks