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Ssvichosst exe file not found at start up.

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SSVICHOSST.exe not founded when start


have a bootable disk
boot with it &
select set windows
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it will get your problem solved & your data will also remain safe
pl do rate solution if helped

Feb 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to Use Qfixapp.exe In Windows XP


This article describes the Quick Fix utility (Qfixapp.exe) that is included with the Application Compatibility Toolkit for Windows XP and Windows .NET. Qfixapp.exe is a tool that includes pre-packaged fixes that provide an easy way to fix a program.

Use Qfixapp.exe To Apply Program Fixes

You can use Qfixapp.exe to quickly apply various program fixes (AppFixes, also known as "shims") to a program to determine their effectiveness. Qfixapp.exe reads the %SystemRoot%\windows\apppatch\sysmain.sdb database to produce a list of available fixes. When you select an AppFix, you can start the program executable (.exe) file, and the AppFix will be applied. If a suitable AppFix is found, the tool eventually helps you to generate and test matching file information. When you run Qfixapp.exe, you see the following items:
  • The The application for which to apply the fix(es) check box. This setting disables existing fixes in the database.

  • The Layer tab with the Choose one of the existing layers to apply to your app box that contains the following entries:

    256 Color
    640X480
    Disable Themes
    Internaltional
    LUA(Limited User Account)
    LUACleanUp
    NT4SP5
    ProfilesSetup
    Win2000
    Win95
    Win98

  • The Fixes tab. On this tab you can select the individual fixes that you want to apply.
Example of How to Use Qfixapp.exe 1. Start Notepad, and then click About Notepad on the Help menu. Note that the version is 5.1.

2. Start Qfixapp.exe, click Win95, click Browse, and then open the Windows folder. Note that the Windows\System32 folder is protected by Windows File Protection, so it is not able to use the layers.

3. Click Notepad.exe, click Open, and then click Run.

4. Start Notepad, and then click About Notepad on the Help menu. Note that the version is now 4.0.

If you click ViewLog, you could see what AppFix(es) are being used. If you click Advanced, you could see information about the .exe file. You can click Add Matching Info, and then select files that are related to the .exe file to identify that particular program. After you finish that step, you could click Create Fix Support to add the layers with the Matching Information (GRABMI) and create an XML-based database that is named YourAppName.sdb. Note that in the preceding example it is named Notepad.sdb, and is in the AppPatch folder.

on Jul 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Ssvichosst.exe file not found at start up


This file looks like it is part of a virus. I would run whatever antivirus program that you have with the most recent updates on your system to see if they solve the issue.

If you do not have antivirus, or its subscription has run out, I would suggest these free alternatives:

AVG Free

SpyBot Seach and Destroy

Malwarebytes

Jun 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Says No detailed maps found that support routing. The nuvi can not be used without them. Used it to drive home and when turned it back on this is what it said?????


I finally got an answer to the same problem and here it is. Do exactly what it says to do and it will copy to your NUVI 200W. This is a manual way of doing it without the program logging onto the Garmin website.

Thank you for contacting Garmin International. I am sorry that you are having difficulties updating your Nuvi. I have included a fix that you can do which will fix the error message that you are getting on your unit.
1. Extract the downloaded file Garmin_RMU_2010B.exe using 7zip(7zip.org) or WINRAR.
2. After extracting, the files should be available at the location where you extracted the files.
3. Go to the extracted file location. Click on the Windows folder.
4. Right click on the Setup.exe file and Click Create Shortcut
5. Right click on the Shortcut to Setup.exe file and Click Properties
6. In the target line add " -build_map_image 006-D0783-04" at the end of setup.exe". For example it ill end would looking like xxx\Setup.exe" -build_map_image 006-D0783-04
7. Click OK.
8. Double click on the Shortcut to Setup.exe the map file will be built. Leave the Window open till completion of all steps.
10a. Windows XP: Click on Start>Run, then type in %Temp%. Another window will open.
10b. Windows Vista: Click on the Start Button, in the Start Search, type %temp%. Another window will open.
11. The file is placed in subfolder named 006-D0783-04.
12. Copy the gmapprom.img file from the folder to the Garmin folder on the Nuvi. Overwrite the existing file.
13. The lower 49 states will be installed on the unit.
If you have any trouble with this fix, or are not comfortable trying it please call into our 800 number and ask to speak to Software Support and one of our technicians will be happy to assist you.
If you need further assistance please call 800-800-1020 number Mon - Fri 8:00am to 7:00 pm central time and someone will be happy to assist you.

Apr 17, 2009 | Garmin nuvi 200W GPS Receiver

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Windows cannot find "ssvichosst .exe" file at start up


please mate if u have not find ssvihost.exe file please reinstall xp using updrade or using boot u can fix xp all...

Feb 24, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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File missing


HI,

1. START> RUN > type CMD > now paste the following reg add
“HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon” /v Shell /t REG_SZ /d Explorer.exe

this procedure is to remove the error that comes whenever you restart windows
something like “could not find SSVICHOSST” or “error loading SSVICHOSST” or “windows cannot find ssvichost”

Feb 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I Have lenovo leptop which infected with ssvichosst.exe I would like to know what is this ssvichosst? & How I can remove this ?


GO TO DOS PROMPT AND DEL THIS FILE e.g goto start-->run-->cmd than press ok than you will be at c:\documents and setting\ so type c:\documents and setting\cd\ and enter than goto system32 directory by c:\cd windows\system32 and than run the following commands
c:\windows\system32\attrib -s -h -a ssvichosst.exe and than run c:\windows\system32\del ssvichosst.exe this will remove this virus file.

Dec 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Ssvichosst.exe


GO TO DOS PROMPT AND DEL THIS FILE e.g goto start-->run-->cmd than press ok than you will be at c:\documents and setting\ so type c:\documents and setting\cd\ and enter than goto system32 directory by c:\cd windows\system32 and than run the following commands
c:\windows\system32\attrib -s -h -a ssvichosst.exe and than run c:\windows\system32\del ssvichosst.exe this will remove this virus file.



Dec 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Erorr in installing the printer


Need more info, sounds like nothing to do with a printer, sounds like you ae trying to install something on your pc and it needs the .exe file placed where it can find it on your computer hard drive that is labeled "DR9".

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