While unpacking games from oberon media games, code LP5 error report shows up
I have a desk top pc running Windows XP Professional v.5.1 Build 2600. Also a Pentium 4 CPU, 2046 MB Ram and Directx 9. I recently had a glitch due to a virus and subsequently get the error code "LP5" while trying to return to an Oberan game. Also I find I do not have "System Restore" available. Please advise. Tnx.
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It seems to be caused by interference from other applications running on the computer such as AV products. It may also be possible that this Ceedo product you are using is the cause of the problems. Any extra info about how you are trying to run KeyboardTest could help us in troubleshooting the problem.
FACTS ABOUT CODE LP5:
Programs as "packed" to reduce space, stop hacking and help prevent pirating of the software.
Good packing software is hard to write. So packing is often done using external software protection applications. One of these packages is "Armadillo" from Silicon Realms. Now called Software passport.
Protected programs are "unpacked" each time you run them. Normally this is not problem and you never notice it happening. When things go wrong during this process you get the LP5 message like, "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author".
Only Silicon Realms really know what LP5 stands for. But it is enough to know that unpacking failed.
Sometimes, very rarely, you get a corrupted download that prevents correct unpacking of the software. The solution here is to get a new download package.
Also, very rarely, there is 3rd party software running on the same machine that interferes with the correct operation of the packed application. We saw this when CA's Antispyware had a bug that messed things up. The solution here is to identify the application causing the problem and uninstall it or get the bug fixed. Which is what we did for our software.
I have the same problem "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author" Here is the Solution: 1. The number one solution is to disable or turn off your current anti virus for a while or every time you use that program showing "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please
report to author." ,
then restart your computer,
open the program again which
previously having error "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please
report to author."
Then after using the program, you can enable or turn on the anti virus.
Note: If you will enable the anti virus, the error message to that program will show again; in that case, if you want to use that program again, disable the anti virus again for a while then restart your PC
This code means there was a device failure due to the lack of an arbitrator. Open control panel, open System. Click on the Hardware button, click on Device Manager. You'll need to open each + & check for a Yellow ! point. The hard part is finding what device it belongs to. Once found right cilick on that device & uninstall. Re-start the notebook. Re-install the device drivers.
You read about this at the link provided. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00035740&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=500508&dlc=en&lang=en
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