After installing updates and installing Service Pack 2 on my Windows XP computer, I started getting this Open File Security Warning alert box. This happen every time I open any files on my PC. I searched on a site and they said that this feature is added when you installed SP2 on your PC to improve Windows Security. But this is just aggravating and annoying.
How can I disable it?
I am running a windows XP on a very slow computer. At times I struggle to keep the least number of applications alive so that they would occupy the least RAM. Of late I have noticed a suspicious file appearing in my tasks of task manager.
It is named as svchost.exe.
Could any one tell me if this is a genuine process or a virus.
I am working on a .net project on my machine which has the following:
OS : Windows XP SP 3, Visual Studio 2008, and .net framework installed on my PC.
I was trying to install the web app it comes up with an error message:
"Could not open key: Software\Microsoft\ASP.NET\4.0.30319.0. Verify that you have
sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel.
While working on PrimoPDF 188.8.131.52 there is an error message which pops up on my Windows XP Professional SP3 machine.
This error is really annoying since it keeps popping up with any user who tries to access the software. I am literally not able to perform any action on the application.
I have tried uninstalling it and completely reinstalling back again but the error seems to come back. I did a small research on the web and ran a registry check to find out any .dll error message but the error still pops up.
Has anyone come across an error with this application?
I used WinXP Home SP2. Recently I tried to divert WinXP Home SP2 to WinXP Pro SP2. I upgraded the system successfully.
When the upgrade is successfully done I clicked on my computer to go to system properties but I failed to find system restore tab. After that I went to system restore service but found this problem.
Could not start the SR Service on Local Computer. Error 5:
Access is denied.
Now what can I do? Need your help friends.
There has been an error message which remains on the screen as soon as I start my PC and logging into my account.
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Program: C:\Program Files\Tall Emu\Online Armor\oasrv.exe
-pure virtual function call
This is one of my office desktops which has Windows XP Professional SP 3 installed on it.
Getting an error message with the Virtual Box . I have a Win 2003 Server SP2 installed on my PC. I have a small business and use more of virtual machines rather than real machines. This saves my time in running over to machines for my work.
I am trying to copy a Win XP SP3 machine. I have performed the following:
1. Took a snapshot information first that I need to merge.
2. Made a clone of an existing virtual image.
3. Created a new Virtual machine set up.
But after attempting to create a new virtual machine the following error message pops up:
Operating System : Windows XP SP 3 , Inkscape Version : 0.48.0 r965
I downloaded Inkscape to my PC and installed it recently. I tried to import an .eps file and it comes up with an error message
Error reading temporary SVG file: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'c:\\docume~1\\auysaler\\locals~1\\temp\\tmp2wpcxf.svg'
When I click on accept it points me to my temp folder file path. Later it just opens a blank document.
I see that it is not able to create a folder in the temp directory for some reason and keeps coming back with this error message.
I am using a Win XP Professional SP3 machine from past one year. Installed iTunes and have been successfully able to transfer songs, videos , games and other free apps.
I heard about this interesting iPodifier which would capture the contents from any source like a TV or any other media and would put it on my iPod. This would allow me to watch my favorite series later even if I missed it . I have a version 1.5 installed on my machine.
Recently when I was working with my iPodifier I tried to save one of my file and it came up with an error message.
“An error occurred while displaying the previous error”