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If you are referring to some Mobotix service, perhaps their support can help but I doubt it. Cleaners/optimizers such as Ashampoo's Win Optimizer 11 can obviously affect all sorts of settings and I don't think it has an option to return the computer to its state before that scan was done. That usually leaves a user with one of three options: 1) try a system restore that has a point prior to the date you did the "optimization." 2) try a re-installation of the software involved in "Publishing." or 3) sign up under another user name for whatever service you are using and see if this permits you to do what you wish. ...of course, if only Windows software is involved, you might get lucky with a search for a "Fixit" associated with the problem. Microsoft has these tiny downloaded "fixes" that very nicely fix peculiar problems. They are called "Fixits."
The lesson is that before you use any comprehensive cleaning tool, ALWAYS make a restore point so you can recover if things go awry. It is always a roll of the dice when you use cleaners. Even the trusty CCleaner should be used with a bit of discretion. Note that Spyblaster allows you to make a copy of the registry prior to each time you apply its updated defintions. Things like registry cleaners and optimizers eventually bite you.
If you have Fix It the solution appears to be run Fix it, at the top select 'settings' then on the left 'recovery', then 'recovery commander' on lower top toolbar. Uncheck 'Detect when a set up program is launched....' and that should cure it. Find Fixit here:
In most cases, Microsoft Word is trying to find the dll's that are associated to it to open the program. In order to resolve this issue.
Open start or windows logo, settings or control panel, control panel in windows xp, open add/remove programs in windows xp or program features in windows vista or windows 7. Scroll down to Microsoft Office 2002 and click on add/remove. When you do this there will be an option to repair. Click repair. From here it will diagnose which files are not correctly associated and will attempt to repair those broken links.
Once the repair is complete you should be able to open Microsoft Word with no problems.
Windows updates can also be a culprit in these issues. Installing add-ons that should not be enabled in Microsoft Word until you are in the actual application.
if you cannot resolve the issue that way, you can open the run command and type winword /a or /s these are safe mode features built into Microsoft Word to disable add-ons.
Hello.... No Sound, No Volume Control, Mixer not Found, No Sound device installed…etc etc, This is a generic issue with all Windows OS updates....many of the users are facing this issue....this began after an auto update from MS changed many IRQs of Win OS, mainly the Sound and Audio Control system of Windows. 1 - R U facing NO Audio / No Sound issue...? 2 - Is ur Volume Control not responding ? 3 - Is ur Sound and Audio Device in Control Panel Grayed out ? 4 - Do u get a msg "No Active Mixer Devices Installed....when u try to open Volume Ctrl etc etc ?
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The Intrusion Prevention Engine in SEP is detecting network based attack traffic for a Microsoft vulnerabity - this will correspond to a security patch from Microsoft.
Whether you want to blindly ignore it is your choice, but you should at least confirm it is EITHER a false positive OR that your machines are patched against the vulnerability BEFORE you simply allow the traffic and potentially put yourself at risk.
Think about, do you know what machine the attack is coming from - is it on your network (it looks like it is), is it running SEP, is patched, etc.
xp uses NFTS. The installation disc should give you aprompt for it. I know the world is going 'anti-vista' very quickly but is there a specific reason why you want xp. There seems to be so much hysteria concerning vista. I know some of it is fair but there does seem to be a band wagon going round now.