Random program is not a valid windows image

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I am running Windows XP. After logging in, I am getting an error message stating: “The dll or application C:Windowssystem32 (program that appears randomly) is not a valid windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.”  I am also getting the same message when trying to access any programs on my PC. Everything works well, but the error message just keeps on appearing after logging in to my computer. I will appreciate any help.

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Random program is not a valid windows image

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Hello Friend

On your computer probably perform 16bit. It will not big matter changing 32 bit into 16 bit. If you have high resolution work or monitor, it will need 32 bit. If you can keep change from control panel and display through appearance which in Xp.

Another problem for that it may install double application to graphic cards, so it cannot perform the original operating. you have to remove it from your system by Boot or re install.

The monitor set up disk can solve your problem, if you have it? By installing set up file. There you will get device file and graphics media file. You have to install both file for operating.

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To solve that problem, you will need to use the workaround that follows:

You will need to disable the program that is causing the problem from loading during the startup as follows:

  • On your computer, you will need to click on Start and then click on Run.
  • You will then type msconfig.exe in the run dialog box and then press Enter.
  • Next you will need to click on the Startup tab and then you will need to locate the program that is causing the error.
  • And then you will need to uncheck the box that is next to that program, and then you will apply the changes and then click Ok.
  • Finally you will need to restart the system and check if the issue has been resolved.

-Clair Charles

 

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