Three errors recently occuring, causing som problems
1. On start up the notebook sometimes gives the message "windows default profile is being loaded, your personal profile cannot be loaded due to insufficient systems resources". If I again restart, sometimes my personal profile will be loaded OK, but it is intermittent? I am running Win XP Home with all the service packs (this came pre-loaded with the notebook) and run Trend Internet Security Pro, so I don't suspect a virus or other such issues on the machine. I have however recently upgraded to Win IE7 and don't recall I had this problem prior.
2. Also on this laptop, I cannot "view" any other PC's on our local network, when I try to "view my workgroup computers" from "my network places". Might be un-related, but this started happening around the same time.
3. Finally on start up I sometimes get an error message "EABServ.exe the application failed to inialize properly (Oxc000022)" Click on OK to terminate application. By doing this is certainly clears the error message but I don;t know what this application might be or how i remove it if it is indeed a genuine program
Re: Three errors recently occuring, causing som problems
My problem is that I'm getting an alert when trying to change my default browser to Mozilla Firefox. The alert reads Application error has occured (Oxc000022). How do I overcome this obstacle, so that I can successfully reinstal the updated version of Firefox?
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Re: Three errors recently occuring, causing som problems
Try to remove that on the boot.ini on your system.
You can do that by following this.
1.Click Start>Run>type "msconfig" (without the "") then press enter, On the new window that will comes up that is the msconfig window.
2. uncheck the EABServ.exe on the startup or on the boot.ini. then click apply and restart. I'm not sure if the EABServ.exe is a virus or a malicious file that is not recognize by your antivirus but I know its not a microsoft application.
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You can use the System Configuration utility to perform a system restore. There are three possible restore points: System checkpoints that Windows schedules Manual restore points that you specify with the System Configuration utility Installation restore points that occur before you install a program or a service you can use the system checkpoints or the installation restore points to restore your computer's settings to a date when it operated correctly. This may also help determine the cause of the configuration error.
To perform a system restore, follow these steps 1.Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK. 2.On the General tab, click Launch System Restore. 3.Select Restore my computer to an earlier time, and then click Next. 4.Calendar dates in bold are possible restore points. Click the most recent one to view system restore information. 5.Select a system checkpoint or an installation restore point, and then click Next. 6.Close all other programs. 7.To start the system restore, click Next. 8.Your computer restarts. Repeat steps 1 through 8 until you fix your configuration issue.
The Indexing related issue occurs if one of the device driver is corrupt or not updated. Did the issue occur right after you installed the system, or it started to occur recently? If it occurred originally, the hard disk may not support Win SAT. You may need to contact the manufacturer of the hard disk to confirm this situation.
If it started to occur recently, Kingv84, please let us know if you have installed any disc maintenance related programs. If so, please remove it and check the result. If the issue still occurs, I suggest that you boot in Clean Boot Mode.
Clean boot ================= Let’s disable all startup items and third party services when booting. This method will help us determine if this issue is caused by a loading program or service. Please perform the following steps:
1. Click the Start Button type "msconfig" (without quotation marks) in the Start Search box, and then press Enter.
Note: If prompted, please click Continue on the User Account Control (UAC) window.
2. Click the "Services" tab, check the "Hide All Microsoft Services" box and click "Disable All" (if it is not gray). 3. Click the "Startup" tab, click "Disable All" and click "OK".
Then, restart the computer. When the "System Configuration Utility" window appears, please check the "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows starts" box and click OK.
Please test this issue in the Clean Boot environment, if the issue disappears in the Clean Boot environment, we can use a 50/50 approach to quickly narrow down which entry is causing the issue.
For more information about this step, please refer to the following KB article:
It may take you quite a while to figure out how to solve this problem from trial and error. It will take less time if you:
RESTORE 1. Take the hard drive (HD) out of the PC 2. Attach it to an external drive case 3. Attach this to another PC and remove all of your DATA and store it external to the HD 4. Restore the system from scratch using Toshiba's restore tools 5. Put data back on.
File: \Boot\BCD Status: 0xc000000e Info: An error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data.
Windows Boot Manager Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem: 1. Insert your Windows Installation disc and restart your computer. 2. Choose your language settings and then click "Next" 3. Click "Repair your computer" If you do not have this disc, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance.
Does it just sit at a blue screen? Is there only one user profile on this system? It could be a bad user profile in which case you can try logging on as administrator (if that isn't the user account issue). Try taking it into safe mode or last good known boot and see how far you get. If you recently installed something software or hardware then it could be related to the installation.
when upower up thecomputer enter in bios setup press del or F2 or F1 to neter in bios setup when u power up.
thenr eset bios defaults settings.
then check your hardiskk is deteted or not.
if sata is enabled then disable then press F10 to save settings.
I have heard of IE7 causing some problems with resource hogging - if you don't absolutely need it, the best thing to try is to uninstall IE7 and see if that fixes the problem. If it doesn't, leave another comment on this ticket and we can try something else.