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Windows vista home basic / loggings application has stopp

When i start computer loggings application stops working & takes too long

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SOURCE: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

Basically, your error comes from a program that may not be compatible with Vista. Would you mind listing the software that was installed on the computer?

  • First, update the using Windows update, if you never updated the PC, this may take a minute.
  • When you computer comes on, press F2, F4, or Esc key to go into setup. You PC will tell you which button to press, you have to look quickly.
  • There should be an option for memory, it will tell you what is installed.
  • When the computer is updated, see if the error comes up.
For the video card, does your card have a port similar to this:
cb34def.jpg
Then you need a DVI cable, which is an inexpensive cable you can pick up at Radio Shack.

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: "Userinit logon application has stopped working"

Hi Just to let you know the run box is accessable in Vista by pressing the Windows key and R at the same time. You can also get to it through Task Manager, new task.

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Windows Vista Home Basic


If it does indeed go to the Desktop, then you have joined a very large group of patient people whom have changed there XP to Vista, myself included.This is an inherant charitoristic of Vista.

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Basically, your error comes from a program that may not be compatible with Vista. Would you mind listing the software that was installed on the computer?
  • First, update the using Windows update, if you never updated the PC, this may take a minute.
  • When you computer comes on, press F2, F4, or Esc key to go into setup. You PC will tell you which button to press, you have to look quickly.
  • There should be an option for memory, it will tell you what is installed.
  • When the computer is updated, see if the error comes up.
For the video card, does your card have a port similar to this:
cb34def.jpg
Then you need a DVI cable, which is an inexpensive cable you can pick up at Radio Shack.

Mar 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows? Vista Home Premium...

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Windows explorer has stopped working


Well if it continues to crash then theres a bigger problem
but a way to make it recover if the EXPLORER.EXE crashes is to hit
CTRL+ALT+Del

File
New task
Then type Explorer.exe and it should reload itsself and be back to normal
i also suggest running a scan with Ad Aware 2008 just in case wat u downloaded could by spyware

Oct 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Windows explorer has not working


Jason,

It is possible that the application you installed in your computer is not compatible with Windows Vista. You can try to repair it using the recovery console.

1. Restart your computer.

2. As soon you have the HP logo came up. keep on tapping F8 on and off to go to the advance boot option.

3. Select the option ' Repair my Computer" . Follow the instruction.

4. Select startup repair. It will ask you to click finish when the repair is done. The system will restart itself.

Keep me posted.

Thanks.

Oct 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Windows explorer has stopped working


There is probably a problem with one of the add-ons that the browser runs. Go to the internet options and "manage add-ons." Disable anything that looks suspicious.

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What OS are you using? Ultimate, Premium, Basic?
Windows DVD Maker has stopped working Issue : While trying to create DVD in Windows DVD Maker in Vista, or while creating a DVD from Windows Movie Maker, which uses Windows DVD Maker, the burn process stops with error message.

Error message : " Windows DVD Maker has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available. "

Cause : Windows DVD maker stops working because of incompatibility with one or more codec files which are outdated or incompatible with the particular project or the DVD Maker software itself.


Resolution :

These Codec files should be located and renamed to resolve the issue.

1. Open Start menu and type Event Viewer in the Start menu search bar. Open Event Viewer from the menu.

2. In the Event Viewer window Click on Windows Logs in the left panel

3. Click on Application Logs under Windows Logs

4. Locate error messages listed in the Central panel of the Event Viewer window and double click the error to check if this is log is related to DVD Maker.

Sample Error Log :

Problem signature

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: DVDMaker.exe
Application Version: 6.0.6000.16386
Application Timestamp: 4549b5b0
Fault Module Name: nevideohd.ax
Fault Module Version: 4.6.15.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 459bb828
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 00008b89
OS Version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1062


5. Locate Fault Module name, it should be a file with extension .ax.

6. Once the file name is identified, try to locate the file in C:/Windows/System32 folder. ( Please click on Show Contents if the files are not listed Automatically ).

7. If the files are not listed in System32 folder, search for the file, with search containing system files and folders.

8. Locate the file and rename it.

9. Check if the issue persists. If the issue persists and the error message again appears, locate the new .ax file that is causing the issue from the Event Viewer, error log.

These steps will resolve the issue instantly without a restart.


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Error -need to re-install the operating system


Insert your Windows Vista Basic CD into the CD ROM drive and restart your computer.

It will autoboot from the CD and you can reinstall Vista Basic.

Should you have further problems don't hesitate to give more details.

Donnie

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