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Application error message iglpna.exe keeps appearing need help.

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This is os problem try to reinstall firmware

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Code Oxcooooo22


Even when I am using the administrator account I can not download updates
from the windows update site the yellow icon used to appear but no updates,
now no icon appears, these messages come up whenever I've tried to download
updates manually from the windows update site [Error number: 0x8DDD0002] or
something that goes like this OxOOOA46 and there is a link to where one gets
instructions on fixing it. I have done what was suggested which was to go to
tools internet explorer security and make sure user persistence user data was
enabled I've done all this to no avail. I've been told that I need to be an
administrator to download updates but anytime I've tried to download updates
I've been using an account with administrator privileges.

I've had problems accessing the internet for ages but it is only lately that
I can't download updates from the windows update site.

I keep getting these error messages when I switch on my computer using the
limited account. ccApap.exe - Application Error.
The application failed to initialise properly (OxcOOOOO22) click on ok to
terminate the application.

I click on ok and then another message comes up osCheck.exe - Application
Error
The application failed to initialise properly (OxcOOOOO22)click on ok to
terminate the program

Again I click on ok and another message comes up PIFSvc.exe - Application
Error
The application failed to initialise properly(OxcOOOOO22) Click on OK to
terminate the application.

I click on ok and windows loads as normal. I can access programs such as
works and windows media player but my anti virus (Norton Internet Security
2007) has disappeared but when I use the Administrator Account Norton seems
to be there and seems to work ok.

My computer is a year old and I have had to get it repaired a couple of
times but I don't want to spend any more on it as they can't seem to fix the
problem. I can do what I want so long as it is offline anything that
involves the internet I have problems with. The computer Operating System is
Windows xp Home Edition with service pack 2. I use Internet Explorer version
7.

Any ideas on why I have problems with the internet and what I can do to
solve them would be much appreciated.


None of those failing modules that you mention are from Microsoft.
I suspect that they may be from your security package(s).
Try enabling the Windows firewall only. Uninstall your other security packages
and then retry getting the updates.

BTW if you are only concerned with getting the updates but don't care how
you could also try using the Windows Update Catalog, download and install
manually from there.

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Ryukcqf.exe appears to be a component of a virus. housecall.trendmicro.com for an on-line virus scan

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Explorer.exe Application error in Windows XP Professional SP2


hello ! what you should do put another HD then install XP the reason for this messages could be due to registry .


if you are getting the same messeges get another cd of XP

GOOD DAY

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I have a dell latitude es400 and it keeps giving me a error messages like drwtsn32.exe-application error. The message in the box shows "the application failed to initialize properly (Oxc0000142). Click on...


You can reinstall the entire operative system with the CD that comes with your laptop, or with the restoration partition. See user's manual. This is the best way to fix error in a PC. Before restore the OS, backup your personal data.

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Mio digi walker 220


application MioUtility,exe has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. if the problem persists, contact the program vendor

program:MioUtility,exe
Exception:0xC000000D
Address:8C06DF8C

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Intellinav.exe application error


HELP!! I keep getting Fatal Application Error. Application entellinav.exe has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. If this problem persists, contact the program vendor. Program: Intellinav.exe
Exception: OxC0000005
Address: 00125D64

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