did what emi said and its all fine! it took less than one minute to fix my problem. and so on.Make your decision which firewall and which anti-virus application(s) to use, and uninstall the other. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 12, 2007 2:15 AM PDT In reply to: Programs will not open in Windows XP Using a browser and one wrong OK and you could see http://sonoportal.net/windows-xp/cannot-start-safe-mode-windows-xp.html
Sign in to make your opinion count. You may choose a Restore Point (a date your computer was in good health) and go on as per the instructions. I guess thats what I get for watching streaming videos... Anti-virus's will conflict as one app will attempt to check a file, causing the other to notice and attempt to check the same file, causing the first to try and check...
This is my tale of woe. Update for Windows XP (KB970430).What happens when I try to install them? looks like it was imbedded in the codec of the video I was watching.
This utility fixes the exefile association in the registry automatically. If you cant open your virus protection then try right clicking on the virus link or exe or even a txt file and select open with on the menu. Report openwithproblem- Oct 30, 2009 06:18PM same will. Xp Exe Fix Report Hannahl3- Mar 6, 2010 06:27AM Absolutely stunning, back to normal in one click!
If the programs you can't open are actually the program's exe file download the "EXE File Association Fix" at the link below. Windows Xp Won't Run Exe Files This link does fix the issues thanks much. Had to restart into safe mode (F8 key before the XP Logo displays), do a system restore to a couple weeks back. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/408961/windows-xp-will-not-run-any-setupexe-program/ This time was different because I finally recognized that the 'X' (or close button) on the malicious software actually functions as an install, so to press any buttons will hose your
Report boredsilly- Mar 16, 2010 11:04PM THANK U, u saved me soooo much work, this has saved me from throwing my laptop at a puppy and/or a child... Exe Fixer Tool For Windows Xp Report James A- Apr 15, 2010 07:41AM Brilliant, thanks a lot this been really troubling me Report Awsome-o3000- Apr 17, 2010 10:59AM thanks alot man :D Report marisa- Apr 19, 2010 I noticed it changed the registry... Report Dan- May 30, 2010 08:59AM i did it but didnt work T.T Report THANKS***Emi***- Feb 3, 2010 04:18PM i am using windows xp and got the av.exe virus on my
There is not much documentation on the problem in kellys-korner but I take it that you think it matches my symptoms, correct? If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Exe Files Not Opening Windows Xp Forum Rules Report Topics For Staff Action BC Forums, List Preparation Guide Before Posting Malware Issues in MRL Forum Am I Infected Forum Back to top #15 Oechsli Oechsli Topic Starter Unable To Open Any Programs In Windows Xp But I seem to be fixed now.
Its OK. his comment is here Remove everything it finds, its one of the better programs. sheriff120 Vyger3 years agoReplyHow can you possibly download and install malwarebytes if the problem is that your computer won't download and install anything?dannick.hoorn sheriff1201 year agoReplythis is the best reaction i ever had Nothing.? Doug Knox Xp Fixes
Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Music "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T's Listen ad-free with YouTube Red Show more Show less Loading... Set the property of this item as disabled. Ever grateful Leo BodyMindSuccess.com Report hollywood- Feb 17, 2010 05:07PM the dougknox.com worked great...thanks for the help! this contact form plese help me pls...DarleneH228 months agoReplyI have a neat program for scanning.
Report snayp- Mar 9, 2010 12:14PM Thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks!!!!!! .exe Files Not Opening In Windows Xp Sp2 So I followed your instructions to open my files, but now they won't open at all. This is a private laptop (Dell Inspiron 700) that only I use.
Resolution Method 1: Fixing the association settings automatically Download exefix_xp.com utility and save to Desktop. At this point, I only have two programs that are not running. Thanks Report t150662- Mar 11, 2010 09:37AM After 18 hours scouring the net reading hundreds of solutions, Dougknox resolved it with a few clicks. Rstassociations Add ImagesxWe noticed you attached photosto your comment.Did you make this instructable?
When I try to open up almost any program (Firefox, Project 64, Etc.) my computer will show an hourglass cursor for a few seconds and then continue as if nothing had BTW, I bought both of the applications directly from the vendor so I know they're not pirated. Report Brandon› matthew - Apr 14, 2010 11:19AM http://www.dougknox.com/ worked for me. http://sonoportal.net/windows-xp/cannot-start-computer-in-safe-mode-xp.html worked for me many many thank you Report Thanks- Apr 19, 2011 04:44PM Just wanted to add this worked perfectly.
If you decide to do this, do it in a controlled way, eg, disable the Tea-Timer, (Spybot > Mode > Advanced > Tea-Timer), reboot the system, then uninstall from the Add/Remove thank you again Report darryll› Lynn - Apr 27, 2010 05:43PM thanks suspect ...............................worked an only took 30 seconds to fix. Under "Save as type:" select "All Files" and name it "exefix.reg" (without the quotes). As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged
There are no other dialogue boxes and no other error messages of any kind.When Windows XP is closing down w/ a hard boot, it tries to install the updates but cycles Any error messages? thanks again Report JAD› Lynn - May 8, 2010 08:51AM Thanks I was plagued by same issue. would have saved me a lot of time and I think I am bold in 1 spot from scratching my head so much.
Report d- Feb 22, 2010 04:42PM brilliant dougknox cheers Report prince- Feb 23, 2010 04:55AM dougnox has worked for me....Excellent one...Thank u dougnox.... They are registry entries, the registry editor incorporates them into your registry and they fix the particular association problem. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. but everytime I have to right click on particular program, go to Run as & uncheck "Protect...." is there any way that I dont need to change it?
Your security applications and scanners;1] You stated you use ZoneAlarm Security Suite, (Firewall, Anti-virus, possibly anti-spyware?), and then you say you will install ZA in favor of McAfee.The general rule is, No such animal The machine is older and may be ready to be decommissioned Just rebuilt after it faultered during a powerfailure in the building P4 Intel D865PERL MB WinXP SP3
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