When i click an icon at the control panel this notification appears C:\WINDOWS\system 32\rundl32.exe APPLICATION NOT FOUND how can i fix this problem? i don't have a installation cd of windows xp professional.thanks
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i hope that you are using windows 7 operating system... if so , to reapply the volume icon to the task bar go to control panel, then click Notification area icons then the icons and their behaviours will appear.. Under the behaviours click the drop down list box of the volume icon and choose show icon and notification then click ok . that's all now you will see the volume icon in your task bar ... have a nice day !!!!!!!!!!
If your computer shows that the os is not genuine, that means the os is a victim of software counterfeit. You can check it by right clicking on My Computer - Properties. Check Windows Activation option, if it says windows is not activated, then truly the os is not genuine. In that case you need to contact with your os vendor, or you can report Microsoft, about it - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/genuine.
If you're seeing notifications that the copy of Windows
that is installed on your PC might not be genuine, or that you might be
a victim of counterfeit software, it's likely that your copy of Windows
was not properly activated or is otherwise not genuine. To fix this,
click the notification and follow the steps to either repair Windows or-if you have inadvertently obtained counterfeit software-buy genuine Windows.
If you are using Windows XP, download and install the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification Application. It will scan your operating system and will remove the annoying message if it's a legitimate copy of windows.
Volume Control - The volume icon does not appear in the notification area (system tray)
Go to Start/Control Panel/Sounds and Audio Devices.
On the Volume Tab under Device Volume, put a check in the box that reads: Place volume icon in the taskbar.(Classic View)
If that has been tried:
Place your XP CD in then go to Start/Run and type in: EXPAND -R X:\I386\powrprof.dl_ C:\Windows\System32 (X- is your CD location)
Once done: Go to Start/Run and type in: regsvr32 stobject.dll or How to fix system tray icons missing in vista and xp
For those who like to do it manually, open the command prompt and type the following two commands one by one:
From the command prompt, type "taskkill /f /im explorer.exe"
Log on to the computer by using an account that has administrative permissions.
Make sure that the WGA Notifications version that exists on the computer is a pilot version In this case, you can uninstall versions 527-532 only (Note: the steps should disable other version of WGA Notifications too). To find the WGA Notifications version, follow these steps:
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Add or uninstall Programs, locate and then click Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications, and then click Click here for support information.
In the Support Info dialog box, verify the version number, and then click Close.
Rename the following files by changing the extension to .old:
Rename %Windir%\system32\WgaLogon.dll to %Windir%\system32\WgaLogon.old Rename %Windir%\system32\WgaTray.exe to %Windir%\system32\WgaTray.old
Restart the computer.
Lauch Windows Task Manager.
End wgatray.exe process in Task Manager.
Restart Windows XP in Safe Mode.
Delete WgaTray.exe from c:\Windows\System32.
Delete WgaTray.exe from c:\Windows\System32\dllcache.
Browse to the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify
Delete the folder ‘WgaLogon’ and all its contents
Reboot Windows XP.
This should resolve the issue... Lemme know what happened...
Hi, It seems that you have downloaded the wrong version of the software. However, to know which bit version of you are using, perform the below steps: Method 1 1. Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl, and then click OK. 2. Click the General tab. The operating system appears as follows:? For a 64-bit version operating system: Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Version < Year> appears under System. ? For a 32-bit version operating system: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version< Year> appears under System. Method 2 1. Click Start, click Run, type winmsd.exe, and then click OK. 2. In the details pane, locate Processor under Item. Note the value. ? If the value that corresponds to Processor starts with x86, the computer is running a 32-bit version of the Windows operating system. ? If the value that corresponds to Processor starts with ia64 or AMD64, the computer is running a 64-bit version of the Windows operating system. If you have downloaded the correct software, then perform the below step: Right click on the file WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU-exe and select properties and select properties. Click on Compatibility tab and check "Run this programs in compatibility mode" option and in the drop down menu select Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack 5). Then click apply & Ok. Then restart the computer to make the changes effective. Hope this should resolve the issue. With Regards Mike.
Just click on the icon in the notification area and follow the directions on the activation wizard. If the icon does not appear in the notification area, you can click Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Activate Windows. It brings up the same wizard. Select the method you want to use to activate windows and click next. Choosing the Internet option will automatically dial-up if necessary to connect to the activation servers.
Seems to be a problem with your Windows Installation. A repair of your Windows would be a good solution at this stage, but other problems might be in the background, this including RAM or HDD failure or viruses.