Question about Computers & Internet
I have this installed on my PC which has Vista installed. The Joystick decided not to work properly. I ninstalled the Software and when I attempted to reinstall I have a message come up which state "Windows host (Rundll 32) was closed. I have attempted to repair using Data Execution Prevention, but nothing happens. The Joystick appears under Game Control but if you hit on Properties it states There was an internal error that may be due to low system resources. My PC isPentium D3.40GHz, 2047MB, 32 bit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: problem with computer
Hi. I'm Azrul from Malaysia. Your windows installation might be corrupted and the system files might have been modified by a virus. Here is a possible solution for you:
Insert your Windows XP Setup disk in the CD rom drive. Set your boot priority to the cd rom. Wait for the option to repair your Windows XP installation. Do not format or reinstall. Just repair.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
SOURCE: drivers for windows vista 64 bit
I am sorry, but I have to tell you that the Sidewinder II is not Vista 64 bit compatible.
Here Microsoft page for Vista compatibility, when they say unknown it means it does not work on Vista 64.
I hope this can save you some time.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: data execution prevention ERROR
I doubt that this has nothing to do with counterfeiting and you will get a little box in the bottom right hand side of the screen saying so.
The problem should be fixed by running a System Restore and take the machine back to a date before the problems occurred.
Be sure to backup your documents and music. Don't wanna lose those.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: Choppy audio windows vista
If audio is choppy it indicates the processor is "busy" and it is buffering due to some other process using up resources and keeping the machine busy so it cannot stream the audio properly. Possibly check the running processes and see which ones have high cpu usage and turn them off, then try it. It may also be a media player issue - have you tried updating the media player or reinstalling it - sometimes installing a service pack will cause a problem with the actual media player - reinstalling them usually fixes that problem.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
This article may be of some help. There is a command prompt command that will rebuild the WMI repository. It may fix your issue.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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