Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
Hi ! There seems some problem with my system(using windows xp sp-2).Whenever I start it up a message flashes saying -"cant run 16-bit windows application-insufficient memory to run this application...".
I am not able to open the registry editor.
Even the task manager is not opening(infact it is opening but closes down in a fraction of second.).
I am unable to locate some applications as well(some games and photoshop).
Is it ....some sort of ....virus?
can I fix it?
Go to command prompt and type Sfc/scannow.You may need your xp installation disc since this command tries to verify your windows installation by comparing the files to the one on the cd.Also this might be due to a virus,go to this link and use this tool to scan your computer.The tool can let you know if you have a virus or not.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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