Access registry: goto google and search for "unhookexec.inf", u will get the download from symantec website. download it on your desktop, right click on the unhook icon and click 'install'. now goto run and type regedit, u should be able to access registry.
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Try disabling startup programs. Go to Start > Run (search in Win 7) and type MSConfig. Go to Startup tab and uncheck anything that you don't want Windows to load automatically. It will make Windows boot faster and use less resources while running. This just disables them in startup. Programs will still load, but only when you initiate.
If this fails, even though this should fix it, download CCleaner (free) and clean your Windows Registry.
error is a common system error which tells you that rtl120.bpl file is
missing or corrupted when you try to open certain files, applications
or just start up the computer. Usually rtl120.bplerror happens when
there is a conflict in the path of the Dynamic Link Library or when
there is some missing/ corrupted entries in Windows registry. rtl120.bpl
error may cause the related programs stop functioning and accesses
areas of your system memory incorrectly. Method 1. Fix rtl120.bpl error Manually by Going Tweaking The Registry Keys.
Click "Start" menu--"Run"--type in "regedit".
b. Delete these registry keys as below manually:
Method 2. Fix rtl120.bpl error by Disabling Related Programs from Startup. The DLL file would be infected by virus or Trojan. If the
anti-virus program on your computer detects and deletes the infected
file, you would probably receive error message alarming you that the
DLL file cannot be found. You absolutely will fail to run the relevant
application or program but keep receiving DLL error message on the
startup. In such situation, you have to re-download and install the
application to re-register the DLL information. Accordingly you have to
disable an application run automatically on system startup in order to
avoid such DLL error message:
a. Click "Start" menu--"Run"--type in "msconfig"---Start--- select the certain item to disable.
Try to remove yahoo messenger and re-install it again.
If you can't uninstall it try this:
1) Log out of Yahoo Messenger and close yahoo messenger completely [ it should not be running under task manager as a process ].
2) Open Start Menu >> Control Panel.
3) Double-click on Add or Remove Programs.
4) Locate Yahoo Messenger in Add or Remove Programs.
5) Click Change/Remove button.
6) Restart your computer, if it doesn't restart it automatically.
7) Open Yahoo folder in Program Files (C:\Program Files\Yahoo) and delete it.
8) Open registry through Start Menu >> Run and type regedit now navigate to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ registry entry, delete Yahoo, and exit the Registry.
If the above method does not work for you, try the following methods to solve the problem.
1. Open Program Files >> Yahoo Messenger and find the file UNWISE.exe file. Double click this to run it. This will un install yahoo messenger.
The first thing you should do to fix this error is - if you're using Windows 98 or 2000 - to use the 'registry checker' facility. This is done by loading up the "Run Console" with CTRL + R and then typing "registry checker". If the registry is intact then this will not be a problem. On later versions of Windows, you should use a 'registry cleaner' program to perform this task.
If you have XP, Vista or Windows 7, you should first download a registry cleaner from the Internet and let that scan your system. It will look for any registry errors on your PC and then fix them, which should fix the 1402 error in the process. To use one of these, you need to download a registry scanner program and then let it scan your PC. It will identify all the damaged parts of Windows and should fix them. And if one of these registry errors is causing the 1402 error then a quick restart after the registry scan should enable you to install Office or the program you wanted.
If that method did not work, you should try using a different user account, or creating a new user account, to install the program onto. It's often the case that user accounts will become corrupted for whatever reason, blocking access to the registry. This causes the 1402 error because it means that the program cannot access the files and settings it needs to create when it's being installed. You should try creating a new administrator account and then installing the program on that.
Run this uninstaller from Norton's that should fix the problem Norton's is a terrible program it basically takes control of you system. also check for reg errors i use advanced system care it is available also for free at major geek
These are the fixes for that error that I am familiar with...The first one usually does it.
Click on “Start-Run, type “regedit” (without the quotes) Navigate to this registry path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> Current Version --> Explorer --> User Shell Folders Clear the key: Recent (right mouse click on the key/folder, choose “Delete”) Close the Registry Editor and restart the computer.
First, try running the installation as Administrator. Right click on the executable and select Run as Administrator. If that doesn't work, go to that registry entry and make sure that System and Administrators have Full Permissions.