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XP Service Pack 2

Continuing problem when activating a system scan; the scan stops at the file Service Pack Uninstall. Prior to installing new Internet Security I carried out a defragmentation and its log shows the file windows$NtServicePackUninstall$iedkes32.dll could not be defragmented.Please advise what action I can take. Regards Sid Chattington.

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This means that a memory file in windows has been corrupted so you would either have torepair it with an xp cd or re-install windows xp completely.

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Windows 7 Keygen won't execute and causes a APPCRASH


Delete any new programs that you have downloaded.


Often, the cause of corruption in a computer system is a bad download that installs harmful files.


If you started to get the Appcrash error on your system after downloading a new program or software from the Internet, it's highly likely you have downloaded a bad product.


Use the "Add/Remove Programs" feature in the Control Panel to get rid of the program immediately.


Uninstall the program that is crashing.


It is possible to fix the program's corrupted files while the program is still installed, but to make sure that you clear the program files completely, it is safest to completely uninstall it from the system.


Run a full scan of your computer.


Your computer should already have antivirus software installed that can scan for corrupted files and either fix them or delete them from your system.


If you do not have antivirus software on your computer, that could be a big part of the problem.


Purchase and install antivirus software as soon as possible.


Once you have the antivirus program installed, open it and click "Scan Computer."


The antivirus scan will isolate bad files and you will be given the option to remove them from your system.


Reinstall the program that was crashing.


Now that the corrupted files have all been removed, your program should run smoothly after reinstallation.


Check for program incompatibility.


If, after a thorough scan and cleaning of your computer and reinstallation of your program, the


Appcrash errors continue, the program you are trying to use may not be compatible with your operating system or other programs on your computer


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Nov 20, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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"access denied" in XP


<p>Introduction:<br /> <p>When installing or uninstalling the printer driver, a message may appear stating that <span>access is denied</span>. This may occur in Windows 2000 or XP. It may be necessary to edit the registry of the computer to resolve this issue. <br /> <p>Editing the registry with the instructions in this document may bypass security profiles. Please consult your system administrator.<br /> <p>According the instructions below, first check the service pack on your computer, and if necessary update it. If the issue is not resolved, proceed and edit the registry.<br /> <p>Instructions:<br /> <p><b>Step 1: Check the service pack</b> <br /> <p>The issue may be resolved by updating the service pack, if the most recent service pack is not already installed. To check which service pack is installed on the computer, complete the following steps: <br /> <ul> <li> <p><b>Windows XP:</b> Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /> <li> <p><b>Windows 2000:</b> Right-click My Computer and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /></li></ul> <p>Make a note of the service pack information. <br /> <p>On the Microsoft Web site, find the Windows Update information. Check to verify the latest service pack and whether it is installed on your computer. If necessary, follow the instructions provided by Microsoft, or contact Microsoft for help, to install the service pack.<br /> <p>If the error message returns and you are unable to install or uninstall the printer driver, proceed to Step 2.<br /> <p><b>Step 2: Edit the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Window maintains most of the information about your computer and its programs in a file called the registry. It is important to backup the registry before editing it. If mistakes are made when editing the registry, your computer may not function properly. Having a backup copy of a working registry will allow you to restore your computer to a working state if mistakes are made while editing the registry.<br /> <p><b>Backing up the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Complete the steps in this section to backup the Windows registry. <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click Start and then click Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open box, type regedit. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the Registry Editor, select My Computer. <br /> <li> <p>In Windows 2000, click Registry and then Export Registry. <br /> <p>In Windows XP, with My Computer highlighted, click File and then Export. <br /> <li> <p>Browse to a file location that will be easy to remember. <br /> <li> <p>Under Export Range, select All. <br /> <li> <p>Type in a filename. Suggestion: registry_backup with the current date. <br /> <li> <p>Click Save to save the backup copy of the register. <br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows XP</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows XP, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click the ( <b>+</b>) next to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to SOFTWARE. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click Hewlett-Packard, then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions for Users box below the Group or user names box. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to Hewlett-Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPDJ PRINTING SYSTEM CONFIG and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPZ and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list, then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the X in the upper-right corner of the Registry Editor to close it. <br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows 2000</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows 2000, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>From the desktop (with the registry closed), click Start and Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open: box, type <span>Regedt32</span> and then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the tiled windows, find the one labeled HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on local machine and maximize it. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Software. <br /> <li> <p>Click the Hewlett-Packard entry. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security on the menu bar at the top of the window. <br /> <li> <p>Click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions box. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Hewlett Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Click HP DJ PRINITNG SYSTEM CONFIG. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click HPZ. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Close and exit from the registry.<br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol>

on Mar 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What Does It Mean When Support for My Operating System Ends?


Microsoft Support for Windows Vista (with no service packs installed) ended on April 13, 2010, while support for Windows XP (without Service Pack 3 installed) ended on July 13, 2010. Windows 2000 support ended on July 13, 2010 as well.
There is no Service Pack 3 for the 64-bit version of Windows XP. If you're running the 64-bit version of Windows XP with SP2, you have the latest service pack and will continue to be eligible for support and receive updates until April 8, 2014.
If you are still running a version of Windows where support has ended, it means that version of Windows will no longer receive any updates from the Windows Update or Microsoft Update site. These updates are generally provided for security reasons to help protect the PC from harmful viruses, spyware, malware, and other malicious software. Windows Update also provides new drivers for your hardware that can improve the reliability of Windows.
Hackers love to take a security vulnerability in Windows and exploit it to their advantage. So, if a vulnerability is found in Windows XP or Windows Vista and you are not running the latest service pack, you will not be protected and will be at risk.

How Can I Tell What Service Pack is Installed?
Follow these steps to discover what Service Pack is installed:
1) Click on the Start Button
2) Right-click on either My Computer or Computer (depending on your Windows version)
3) Click on Properties
On this window, it should tell you which version of Windows along with which service pack is installed). It should also tell you whether you are running a 32 bit or 64 bit version of Windows.

Where can I download the latest Service Pack for Windows?
For Windows XP, click on the following link to download Service Pack 3

For Windows XP Service Pack 3 info, click below :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/help/learn-how-to-install-windows-xp-service-pack-3-sp3

For Windows XP Service Pack 3 download, click below :-
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=5B33B5A8-5E76-401F-BE08-1E1555D4F3D4

For Windows Vista, click on the following link to download Service Pack 2

Windows Vista Service Pack 2 info, click below :-
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Learn-how-to-install-Windows-Vista-Service-Pack-2-SP2

Windows Vista Service Pack 2 download, click below :-
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935791

on Oct 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My dextop wallpaper disappearing and turned black whatever i select. my system information- Mycrosoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 ...


If you're using a .jpg file for your wallpaper you need Active Desktop turned on in order to use the file for your wallpaper.
Opening sysinfo disables Active Desktop temporarily.

Thanks

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Is Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 compatible with the Dell Dimension 3000?


Installation checkup If you already have a copy of XP in your hot little hands and you're not sure yet whether your system is compatible, you'll find the XP Setup routine contains built-in compatibility checking. You can save yourself a lot of headaches if you:
  • Read the compatibility report which is generated automatically at the beginning of the installation and take note of its findings.
  • Remove any items that are likely to cause problems. If the compatibility checker finds any likely problems, uninstall or disable any incompatible software and remove any incompatible hardware (if possible) before continuing. Particular software to watch out for is CD burning software, system utilities and antivirus software. Check the manufacturers' sites for updated drivers and software and install them before trying to run XP Setup once more. And watch out for your USB hardware, as XP seems to be particularly finicky about which USB devices it will support. Once again, check the manufacturers' sites for updated drivers.
  • Abide by any warnings from Windows. I deliberately ignored XP's warning that the USB Smartcard reader I installed was likely to cause problems. The result? A blue screen of death, a series of reboots, and the forced removal of the offending Smartcard reader. (In fact, it gave me a chance to use one of XP's nifty features: Device driver rollback. Worked a treat!)

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Pinnacle studio 11 will not install on my windows xp. I have service pack 1,2 and 3 on here. Yet it says when I go to install it , that my comp does not have service pack 2 and will not install. I think sp...


May 12th, 2008: Some customers reported problems installing Studio Plus version 11 UPGRADE (11.0) or Studio version 11 Standard (11.0) on systems with Windows XP Service Pack 3 was already installed (a message asking for Windows XP Service Pack 2 is displayed). Pinnacle is investigating this problem.
We can offer you the following workaround:
  • Copy all the content of the Installation DVD of Studio version 11 to your hard disk in a new folder.
  • Download http://cdn.pinnaclesys.com/SupportFiles/Studio11/WelcomeSP3.exe
  • Copy the file WelcomeSP3.exe to the root of the directory where the Installation DVD was copy
  • Double-click on WelcomeSP3.exe to launch it. It will take few seconds and then the Studio version 11 installation will start.

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OK, I have a dell computer and it does not play any of my disks from the hard drive. Reason is because when I was reinstalling windows xp the cd was scratched and it didnt install some of the files. This...


get a new xp cd and re-install or install a service pack for XP. XP Service Pack 3 can be got from the microsoft website......go to a net centre download it onto a pen drive and install it on ur system

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I bought a copy of XP Professional Service Pack 2 over the internet assuming that it was a new product. I got duped!!What I received was a Dell Reinstallation CD complete with key. Can I use this to...


It will install on any PC but I suspect that if you use the CD, even with the Key from the PID, it will not activate. I had this problem when I upgraded my son's Dell 4600 and used a Clone MB.

XP installed fine,but it would not activate. I ended up calling MS activation line, explained that I had upgraded, and they gave me an activation key.

Legally, Dell branded XP is sold only with the system, and the license in not transferrable to another system (This limitation is only for OS's sold by OEM PC manufactures [YES, I actually read the license agreement during an install on my Dell system one day], doesn't apply to MS branded Retail XP)

Jun 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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USB / hardware problems, caused by MS updates!


Wakanska2003:

I typed quite a long response for you yesterday. Unfortunately, in my haste over another situation, I clicked off the page before it was posted. This will probably save you some time reading, anyway, as I will try to condense the same information I wrote yesterday. If you need additional detail in regard to the processes enumerated below, or how to accomplish same, please advise.

First, yes, SP3 has known and acknowledged issues, and many users have uninstalled the service pack until the bugs are worked out. Presuming the uninstall files have not been removed from your system, you should also be able to remove SP3. Uninstall the program by using Add/Remove Programs (Control Panel) - you should see SP3 listed toward the bottom of the program list.

Two other matters go hand in hand with this. In addition to the SP3 file itself, there have likely been numerous other updates which were reliant on SP3 for functionality. If you utilize the system restore function, and if there is still a restore point available prior to SP3 install, you should be able to completely revert your system. Otherwise, it will be a matter of isolating the updates that need to be removed (due to removal of SP3).

Secondly, I have voluminous experience with both service packs and automatic updates creating tremendous problems with my system. I spent months working with the "top level" MS R&D team in order to try to solve issues created by SP2 - MS finally closed the case with a status of unresolved. Further, my issues with Automatic Updates (A/U) started about 1.5 years ago, when MS changed the process and it consistently resulted in consumption of 100% of system resources, locking up the system continuously for extended periods of time. After MS put out a fix for this, I installed, and again enabled A/U. (However, please note that I always had A/U set to download and let me decide when to install. This too was due to prior negative experience of great magnitude.) Needless to say, the same issues occurred again within a matter of months, although every single "fix" of previous "fixes" MS put out for this matter was installed as it was issued.

To this day, I have not again enabled (and do not intend to) the A/U process. Rather, I visit the Updates site periodically and download appropriate updates, with my complete control and interim verification of the entire process. Therefore, though it is an extremely personal decision, my choice is to disable Automatic Updates. There are many, I am sure, who would suggest this should not be the approach; however, with the full months worth of time that have been eaten up because of the A/U process, I find it much more useful and helpful to control updates myself.

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