Question about Microsoft XP Computers & Internet
Unable to find locale data files, please reinstall
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since you reinstalled the OS, the certificate for the user has changed. You can try the following methods, but there is no guaranty it will work.
These method apply only if the computer name and users name stays the same as the original. If the machine name or the users name or the users privilege changed, these method will not work.
Only the following people can decrypt an encrypted file:
· The user who encrypted the file
· Any user who was designated as a recovery agent before the file was encrypted
· Any user who has the public key or private key for the recovery agent or the user who originally encrypted the file
· Any user who has been granted access to the file
Members of the Administrators group cannot decrypt files unless the person who encrypted the files designated them as recovery agents before encrypting the files.
Note You must be the original user who encrypted the file or a designated recovery agent for the file to follow these steps
To remove encryption from a file, follow these steps:
1. Use Windows Explorer to locate the encrypted file that you want to decrypt.
2. Right-click the encrypted file, and then click Properties.
3. On the General tab, click Advanced.
4. Click to clear the Encrypt contents to secure data check box, click OK, and then click OK again.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I had this problem with a Sony VAIO notebook, and I tried installing windows 98SE, windows 2000, windows XP and even XP Media Center on it, in case it was the CD or the operating system, itself. In my case, it turned out that the problem was the RAM. It had tested okay on startup each time, but when I replaced it, the problem went away.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Autodesk\Adlm (Windows XP)orC:\ProgramData\Autodesk\ADLM (Windows Vista) (Please note the file name may be slightly different for localized product versions, for example for the German version the file name is ACD2010-DEUAdlm.log)
If the log file shows errors regarding the product information table file, for example "Unable to locate the Product Information Table File" or "Product Information Table file is not found", you will need to:
- Uninstall all installed 2010 products
- Delete the ADLM folder mentioned above, and
- Reinstall the products
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