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Hello there.
This error is usually the effect of a custom theme having problems. To verify this please do the following:
:
1. Open Control Panel.
2. Open the Display applet.
3. Select the Themes tab.
4. In the Theme drop-down box, select Windows XP.
5. Press Apply and OK.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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SOURCE: "parser error: value creation failed

To get rid of this error you can switch back to a Microsoft Theme or go to /WINDOWS/Resources/Themes/ and rename the shell folder to the name of the visual style shown in the appearance tab.

If that doesn't help and it should, more info here: http://www.jsifaq.com/subo/tip7400/rh7458.htm

This is problem with C:\WINDOWS\System32\Shellstyle.dll

Copy the shellstyle.dll file from a working machine of same service pack level to your System32 folder..

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"parser error: value creation failed


To get rid of this error you can switch back to a Microsoft Theme or go to /WINDOWS/Resources/Themes/ and rename the shell folder to the name of the visual style shown in the appearance tab.

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