I finding some helpful tip and solution in the Help and Support Center but when I click some link that will redirect me to Control Panel and some Related Topic link I get this error message. However when I got to my Control Panel to check if it doesn't work but it seems to work fine.
To copy a network connection
1. Open Network Connections.
2. Right-click your dial-up, VPN, or direct Create Copy
Cannot display the page
I updated my Windows by clicking the link in Help and Support Center until I got this following error ("Undefined") not only this the Windows Update page did not open. What would be the probable cause of the error. Below is the screen shot of the error I have encounter.
I also got the same error when I go to Help Center.
Whenever I tried to open my Device Manager in my Windows XP machine the "Action Canceled" appear on the screen.
I don't think it has something to do with my Internet Explorer, there could be something wrong with my registry.
"Internet Explorer was unable to link to the Web page you requested.
The page might be temporarily unavailable."
I try to disable a some browser add-on using the Add-on Manager in Internet Explorer, by the way I'm using Windows XP Service Pack 2.
I notice something on the Add-on Management dialog box an issue which is beyond my knowledge.
Take a look at the picture I uploaded.
This add-on is managed by your administrator
I was restricted to do some action though I'm on the admin account.
My hard drive is going crazy this day. I wasn't able to open it by double clicking on the mouse or pressing enter button. I need to go right click it and click open for me to be able to open my hard drive. Don't know what the heck is this and how to rectify this kind of issue. Below is the error message, when I try to open it by double clicking or pressing enter.
I have some issues on my laptop, it can't connect to my WiFi but that would be another story.
My problem here is I try to get help from Help and Support Center but I get this error message:
Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page.
As a result, the page may not display correctly.
Automation server can't create object
When I Click someone to help me link to a Remote Assistance page in Help and Support Center, an error will pop-up.
" An Administrator has denied permission to use Windows Messenger. For more information contact your Administrator"
This doesn't make sense since I'm log on to my Administrator account.
I freshly installed Yahoo messenger on my Windows XP machine. Installation was successful but I encountered some issues. When I try to click the email notification on the system tray, I got this error message also same as when I click the View Profile option under the menu on Yahoo messenger:
"This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Folder Options control panel".
When I right-click on a folder and click the "Search" option I got this error message. Also when I use the Quick Launch bar and click the "Show Desktop" It also show same error. "There was a problem sending the command to the program".
Does anyone here have the same problem as mine? Let me know if you found solution to this problem.