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My computer is not running all the programs due to the Lp5 error so plz tell me the solution

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It is a program unpacking error usually associated with anti virus programs or firewall. You can disable the firewall and even the AV temporarily to try an install. Can't give more info w/o knowing what you are installing.

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Babyran error while unpacking program code lp5


i don't have any anti-virus !!! what can i do ??

Apr 26, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Error while unpacking program, code LP5,please report to author.


It seems to be caused by interference from other applications running on the computer such as AV products. It may also be possible that this Ceedo product you are using is the cause of the problems. Any extra info about how you are trying to run KeyboardTest could help us in troubleshooting the problem.


FACTS ABOUT CODE LP5:
  • Programs as "packed" to reduce space, stop hacking and help prevent pirating of the software.
  • Good packing software is hard to write. So packing is often done using external software protection applications. One of these packages is "Armadillo" from Silicon Realms. Now called Software passport.
  • Protected programs are "unpacked" each time you run them. Normally this is not problem and you never notice it happening. When things go wrong during this process you get the LP5 message like, "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author".
  • Only Silicon Realms really know what LP5 stands for. But it is enough to know that unpacking failed.
  • Sometimes, very rarely, you get a corrupted download that prevents correct unpacking of the software. The solution here is to get a new download package.
  • Also, very rarely, there is 3rd party software running on the same machine that interferes with the correct operation of the packed application. We saw this when CA's Antispyware had a bug that messed things up. The solution here is to identify the application causing the problem and uninstall it or get the bug fixed. Which is what we did for our software.
Please vote if this post helps you in anyway.

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George

Jan 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What is the solution to get rid of the error 'unpacking error, code LP5'?


Hi,

Usually that message appears because of the antivirus, antispyware or similar programs. See if you have more than one antivirus program running on the computer in the background and uninstall it.



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Jul 09, 2010 | PC Chips M810DLU (M810DLUV75C) Motherboard

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When i tries to download anything system shows the following error- " error while unpacking the program code LP5. pls contact author"


I think this is an issue with improper download try using a download manager


Possible Reasons:



1. LP5 means the package is corrupted. This can happen mainly because of some bad download or obsolete package.

2. Obsolete Antivirus

3. Improper Download Software

4. Flash drive

5. Spyware

6. interference from other applications running on the computer

7. During installation of security sites


Possible Solutions:


1. Check For the version of Anti virus

2. Goto control panel /Add Remove Programs/

3. In the list of installed programs we can see the antivirus version.

4. If it is obsolete, uninstall it and reinstall it with the latest one

5. Check For any 3rd party tool that may interfere with the unpacking of software

6. If so un install it.

7. Run Restore disks (or built-in System Restore). It will reinstall the software automatically.

8. Instead of flash drive, use any download manager

Oct 06, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Error LP5


hi,
There isn't much accurate information about this LP5 error on the web. Here are some facts.
  • Programs as "packed" to reduce space, stop hacking and help prevent pirating of the software.
  • Good packing software is hard to write. So packing is often done using external software protection applications. One of these packages is "Armadillo" from Silicon Realms. Now called Software passport.
  • Protected programs are "unpacked" each time you run them. Normally this is not problem and you never notice it happening. When things go wrong during this process you get the LP5 message like, "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author".
  • Only Silicon Realms really know what LP5 stands for. But it is enough to know that unpacking failed.
  • Sometimes, very rarely, you get a corrupted download that prevents correct unpacking of the software. The solution here is to get a new download package.
  • Also, very rarely, there is 3rd party software running on the same machine that interferes with the correct operation of the packed application. We saw this when CA's Antispyware product had a bug that messed things up. The solution here is to identify the application causing the problem and uninstall it or get the bug fixed. Which is what we did for our software.

Oct 02, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Error code LP5 with a number of unrelated programs


Many of the "crackers" contain trojans, keyloggers, viruses and all kinds of malware. I'd do a complete scan of your system with AVG or Avira anti virus, Malwarebytes and Super antiSpyware removers. All are free downloads from the net.If the "cracker" destroyed too many system files, you might be reloading your operating system from scratch. Don't EVER run a PC without anti virus software and a good firewall. Live and learn!! BTW, there are free video converter programs that work well. DVD Flick, Divx to DVD, DVD Decrypter, DVD Fab Decrypter. No need to try and crack legit programs.

Sep 27, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Lp5 error


hi,
There isn't much accurate information about this LP5 error on the web. Here are some facts.
  • Programs as "packed" to reduce space, stop hacking and help prevent pirating of the software.
  • Good packing software is hard to write. So packing is often done using external software protection applications. One of these packages is "Armadillo" from Silicon Realms. Now called Software passport.
  • Protected programs are "unpacked" each time you run them. Normally this is not problem and you never notice it happening. When things go wrong during this process you get the LP5 message like, "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author".
  • Only Silicon Realms really know what LP5 stands for. But it is enough to know that unpacking failed.
  • Sometimes, very rarely, you get a corrupted download that prevents correct unpacking of the software. The solution here is to get a new download package.
  • Also, very rarely, there is 3rd party software running on the same machine that interferes with the correct operation of the packed application. We saw this when CA's Antispyware product had a bug that messed things up. The solution here is to identify the application causing the problem and uninstall it or get the bug fixed. Which is what we did for our software.

Sep 25, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author.


This can be caused by a computer virus that prevents a program from unpacking... you may need to have a better antivirus like kaspersky Internet Security 2009, norton antivirus 2009....

Remember not all antivirus can detect virus... some virus can destroy your pc... especially the hard disk...


this two antivirus is what i have tested to be good in protecting the computer from viruses...

hope it helped you... tnx...

Jun 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Error while unpacking program, code LP5.


I have the same problem "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author"
Here is the Solution:
1. The number one solution is to disable or turn off your current anti virus for a while or every time you use that program showing "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author." ,
  • then restart your computer,
  • open the program again which previously having error "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author."
  • Then after using the program, you can enable or turn on the anti virus.
  • Note: If you will enable the anti virus, the error message to that program will show again; in that case, if you want to use that program again, disable the anti virus again for a while then restart your PC
  • I hope this help you very much. Thank you!

Feb 24, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Lp 5 error


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Feb 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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