I happen to have this error which I have pasted below. It says that: “C:\LOOK\boza.exe C:\LOOK\boza.exe is not valid Windows NT application.”. Can somebody tell me what is this error message? Is this a virus or some kind of a malware program that I need to remove?
C:\LOOK\boza.exe is not valid Windows NT application.
I rebooted my computer and suddenly I've lost my data files on the hard disk. All files including my important documents have been deleted, and when I open my file folders, it is already empty.
I really need your help regarding on how can I recover data for NTFS DOS?
How can I reinstall system 32 files ?
When I open the computer shows the below message
Windows could not start because the following file is missing
Windows root> system 32\ntoskrnl.exe
Please reinstall a copy of the above file
How can I solve this problem?
My name is Sara Carter. I am having problems with my computer. Every time I tried to copy my files into our server it failed and it says file specified error. Does this error is related to the NTFS forward and backward compatibility. We just upgrade from Windows NT to Windows Vista.
I am trying to install ‘K-free’ software which is a find and replace software and getting error: “On windows NT version 6.0 or later, this program cannot be installed.” I have tried two different that type of software but those allow me to take pre-made website and replace my Adense id and paypal information.
Now I am using windows Vista Ultimate.
Help me please………..
An announcement was made that the new Windows Phone 8 will be using Windows NT. Are there any other products that will be using the Windows NT platform?
Our company is trying to run a security script on individual user accounts on Windows NT.
However, we are having difficulty in creating a systematic individual variables for the user logins.
Could you walk me through with the processes of creating a windows security script? and how could we deactivate the batch files in order for this customize script to run smoothly on individual user accounts?
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