Cannot login on Skype due to errors received

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I cannot login to Skype because of a couple of errors I receive.

1.SystemRootSysWow64DriversASPI32.SYS has been blocked from loading due to incompatibility with this system. Please contact your software vendor for a compatible version of the driver.

2. SPTD: Driver detected an internal error in its data structures for. Skype is installed on an Intel 450M with Windows 7 and 4GB RAM. Skype would load up only until the login screen but when I try to log in the computer screen freezes and I cannot do anything even Ctrl+Alt+Del would not work. So I have to forcefully restart the computer by pulling the battery and once the computer is restarted the 2 error shows up on the Event Viewer. I have also tried to use other versions of Skype, beta and even the old versions but it is not helping at all. I am still getting errors. Can anyone shed some light on this matter?

Best Answer by Roth Bridgette
Answered By 0 points N/A #136156

Cannot login on Skype due to errors received


The problem occurs mainly because of a Avid application that is running on your computer. You could try going to the registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCURRENTCONTROLSETSERVICESASPI32 then set the parameter START to 4. This prevents the Avid application from running.

You could also delete the Avid driver: SystemRootSysWow64DriversAspi32.SYS. Do whatever it takes to make the Avid application stop and this should resolve your issues with skype. Hope this ideas help you.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #136157

Cannot login on Skype due to errors received


Hi Daniel Kaffe,

So you need to Remove the program of the Skype then you must download and install it in your DRIVE C storage.

How to DELETE?

Go to the My Computer on the left side of to the window then select Add or remove programs

Then find the program of the SKYPE then click choose REMOVE.

After going to this link

Download a new one Click Download

Then click the SAVE FILE. CLICK RUN.

After downloading and installing it.

You can start a new download Skype on your computer.


Hopefully its give helps.

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