Do you have any idea for Sandboxie Start?

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Hi Experts,

An awful error message I received last night. Do you have any idea for Sandboxie Start?

The screenshot of the message is as under. Please let me know about the error message.

Thanks in advance.


Sandboxie Start

Sandbox Cryptload loschen: loschen-Befehl fehlgeschlagen:

 C:Windows System32cmd.exec rmdirsq

"F: Sandboxblack SALAMANDER_Delete_Cryptload_01CC28F6835D35 93" Systemfehler:

 Unzulassige Funktion.


Best Answer by Warner Calhoon
Answered By 0 points N/A #147088

Do you have any idea for Sandboxie Start?



Sandboxie Start showed this error because the programming command lines used to start sandboxie might have been misplaced. Try to restart your system and start sandboxie. If the problem still persists you need to uninstall and install the latest version.

Click on the below link to download the latest version of sandboxie.

Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #197165

Do you have any idea for Sandboxie Start?



The problem above mentioned has occurred due to extinguish command failure. This means that some of the commands got messed up during start up. Possible solutions can be:

  • Check if you have correct version installed.(64 bit or 32 bit)
  • Try restarting your system and then rerun this application.
  • If you have recently undated OS, you might need to reinstall.
  • If nothing works for you go ahead abd get fresh dump from: this official site
Answered By 570760 points N/A #310022

Do you have any idea for Sandboxie Start?


Unfortunately, that error message is in a different language. Anyway, here’s the rundown of the commands you tried to execute in the command prompt via Sandboxie. The “cmd.exe” file is the program used to launch or start the command prompt. The “/c” switch carries out the command specified by string and then terminates.

This means whatever command is added after this switch will be executed and then the command prompt will exit once it is completed. The “rmdir” command is used to remove or delete a directory or a folder. The “/s” switch will instruct “rmdir” to delete all files and directories in the specified directory including the directory itself. This is used to remove a directory tree.

The “/q” switch starts “rmdir” in quiet mode which prevents prompting you if it is ok to delete the directory. In your screenshot, the path enclosed in the quotes is the target directory. Now, here’s what happens when that set of commands is executed. The command prompt will launch and will terminate when the task is completed (cmd.exe /c).

The “rmdir /s /q” is then automatically executed which will then delete the folder in the path specified in the quotes. This will then delete the folder specified in the path and all files and folders inside it without prompting you. Now, if the path specified in the quotes is incorrect or the target folder doesn’t exist, it will trigger an error.

The set of commands is correct but the problem is probably with the path in the quotes. Try checking the path and make sure the target folder “_Delete_Cryptload_01CC28F6835D3593” exist. If the path is wrong, enter or specify the correct path to the folder and try starting the command again.

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