Error message: "cannot find the wireless device" and not scan using 3 in 1 copy fax print HP 4500.
Original title: Carpenter
I can print but can't scan. Tried to uninstall then install the 3 in 1 copy fax printing hp 4500 but says cannot find the wireless device.
You can check the link to HP support to run the HP Diagnostic Utility to check the issue of scanning:
You can also check out the link to HP support and try to update the latest drivers/software for your printer:
You can also read the articles and check if it helps:
Automatic update of Firefox has just finished. After the update update, tried restarting firefox and I received the error message "cannot find mozilla runtime" I tried to restart the computer, but it did not help. How can I fix this so I can restart firefox?
Hi rjadja, please see if it does not work properly after reinstalling firefox with the full installer instead which can be obtained from https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/
Original title: Device Manager empty
I have Windows XP Service Pack 3 installed in a Bootcamp partition on my Intel iMac. I can detect and install new hardware such as USB keys. However, the Device Manager window is blank - how can I get the window to display the devices connected to the computer? I am also unable to install Parallels tools when I use Bootcamp as a virtual machine. The error message "cannot create the 'root-enumerated device' necessary to install Parallels Paravirualization driver.
For your first question, go through this article.
None of the items appear in the device list manager when you open
For the second question, here are some suggestions:
Method 1: Uninstall & install Parallels tools
NOTE: we highly recommend you make a backup of the virtual machine before you continue.
a. start your virtual machine and cancel the installation of Parallels Tools Wizard.
b. Click Start--> Panel--> Add / Remove programs and remove the Parallels tools in the list of applications.
c. restart Windows.
d. install the Parallels tools by clicking on the Virtual Machine--> install the Parallels Tools.
Method 2: Uninstall antivirus software
If the problem persists, try the following:
Temporarily uninstall all the antivirus software to the virtual machine and repeat steps of the "Uninstall & install Parallels Tools" section above.
Note: Don't forget to install the back antivirus software, once the problem is resolved.
Method 3: Uninstall, clean & install Parallels tools
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following windows Help article.
How to back up and restore the registry in Windows XP
a. If the problem persists, try the following:
b. start Windows.
c. go to "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Add/Remove Programs" and uninstall theParallels Tools if it is present.
d. go to 'my computer' > 'C' drive > "Program Files" > "Parallels" folder and delete the "Parallels Tools" folder, if present.
e. click the Windows 'Start' menu-> 'run' and type 'regedit'. Click OK.
f. in the registry editor, go to "My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Parallels" and delete the heading "Parallels Tools" and go to "My Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Parallels" and remove the 'Tools' section.
g. restart Windows.
h. now install Parallels tools in the 'VM' menu on the Parallels Desktop menu bar, while Windows is running.
I hope this helps.
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Connection Wi - Fi with internet explorer 8
I'm under Boot Camp on my iMac with OS 10.6.8. I am connected to the hub of my son-in-law over a wireless connection. I can access the internet using Safari on the side of the Mac of the partition successfully, but I can't access the internet by using a wireless setup on the side of the PC of the partition by using Internet Explorer 8. I get a message saying my side PC created by Boot Camp can not find the wireless hub and is unable to connect to internet Explorer. Help!
· What is the version of the operating system running on your computer?
I suggest you to install the drivers for the network card on the manufacturer's Web site and check if it helps.
While restoring my Mini 1010NR with 8 GB SSD from the disk of XP SP3 operating system, everything fine until partially through the recovery an error message saying that it cannot find the i386\ASMS file.
I tried the options "install fresh copy" and "repair" and get this same error message in both directions.
I formatted the SDS with both regular and quick NTFS file system. My OSD software gives me the possibility of formatting of the SDS with fat? I have not tried. That I should?
I looked at the CD, and in the i386 subdirectory, I see a subdirectory called ASMS. I see several subdirectories in this directory.
I am booting from an external CD/DVD drive. This seems correct, as the installed much restoration program file until stopping in the message saying that it couldn't find the file ASMS.
This OSD provided with the computer when I bought it new at HP.
The cd is corrupted or damaged or installation loses communication with the CD-ROM drive. If you can, try another cdrom drive.
Original title: I'm not able to save my downloads of web due to change in a techniical framework. What should I do?
the message that I get while opening the download is described as under .pls try n help as soon as possible cos all my work is on hold.
Cannot find the
file in the
1. which browser is installed on the computer?
2. were there any changes (hardware or software) to the computer before the show?
Perform the steps mentioned below, if Internet Explorer is installed on the computer.
a: Open Internet Explorer.
b: click on Tools > Internet Options.
c: Then click on the Security tab.
d: then click on the custom level button.
e: Now navigate to the downloads section.
f: Then select Activate for the download file option.
g: then click on ok > apply > ok.
Hope this information helps.
There is this computer that I recently installed Windows NT Workstation 4.0 on and I would like to know how to install sound blaster 16, on this without receiving this error message. If someone wants to say how it is obsolete or install a new operating system, please do not post. Thank you. If anyone has the same issue on an ordinary pc or Virtual PC, you can publish. It is a computer. If you're going to say how microsoft does not support, I need to install a better operating system or the above mentioned inconvenience or something similar to those, please do not post. Any help will be appreciated. The specific sound card is Creative Labs sound blaster Pro 16 of 1.x.
Hello Grant Heckel,
Windows NT Workstation 4.0 is not supported in the Microsoft Answer forum.
You can do a search on the internet and find information about the Sound Blaster Pro 16 and NT 4.0 Workstation.
Such a thread is listed below:
Whenever I have access to a Web site, I get this error message: "Windows cannot find (specific Web site). Make sure you typed the name correctly and try again"
Firefox crashed and I restarted in safe mode with all disabled add-ons. I'm adding the Add-ons, but this windows error message persists. How to prevent the error message since websites load normally anyway?
HelloTry to Reset Internet Explorer and check if it works.
Original title: Windows Error Message. Cannot locate the file K:\$MFT
Periodically, I get an error message stating that Windows cannot locate the file K:\$MFT or K:\System Volume Information. In this case my computer loses contact with K (my backup drive). The only way I can get the command back up and running is to shut it down, restart windows and then reconnect the drive. I have absolutely no idea where, why, or what this message is not irritating and a nuisance. How can I stop this?
My problem is back and I guess that I does not after all. It was suggested that more info on my system could help find answers. I am running Windows XP. SP3. My HD is 500 GB. Intel Core 2 CPU. 6600 GHZ, 3 GB of Ram.
In addition the cannot locate the message file, it sometimes indicates that a "delayed write failed" and I should save the K:\$MFT file also.
As far as I can tell, I have solved my problem. Windows 'Restore' was trying to save my disk backup for future use, and I think it's whence came the message. I changed the settings to restore now ignores my backup disk and the problem has not happened since. I hope it's the end of it.
Hi, I work on a PC with windows 7, first cc 2015.4
Today, I installed red giant universe. Some features did not work and gave me an error that it cannot find al sorts different image files.
now I try not to use any od red giant plugins and I still get the above message.
someone has an idea how solve it?
Contact Red Giant.
Anyone know how I can restore this file and what it does?
Looking for errors like this by doing a search on Google for the name of the file. Usually, they turn up without success. Search for amopifat.dll had no success.
When a search in no hits or suspicious hits result, the answer is usually that the file in question is linked to the malicious software and your anti-malware application has deleted or quarantined file, but left to the Windows registry entry that tries to start the malicious software when you start your computer.
First of all, download, install, update and run full scans with two of these free analytical tools:
Do not run the scans at the same time. They can take some time, so start an and then go for a non computer chore for awhile.
If the scans does not solve the problem (and they can't, because the actual malware file has already been processed), then download and run Autoruns. Click on the "Connection" tab and look in the column 'Image path' for the dll named in your error message. If it is not displayed in the connection tab, click the "all" tab and use the file > search tool. A characteristic of the search of Autoruns tool is that you must move the selection under the element line "found" before you "Find Next."
Once you find the line with the file in question, either "delete" or (if you want to be safer) uncheck the box. The latter prevents the line running, but you can reactivate it later by removing the check mark.
Since I tried Norton-specific registry, but the message still appears.
Don't do that again. If no error has appeared after you run this tool, count you lucky. Long MS MVP PA Bear:
If you ever think that your registry database must be cleaned, repaired, amplified, to the point, cured, twisted, fixed or optimized (it isn't), read http://aumha.net/viewtopic.php?t=28099 and draw your own conclusions.
I'm deleting a file using two drag and drop for recycle bin and do a right-click with delete. On several occasions, I get an error message "could not find the point". I scanned by drive for errors, and it does not solve this problem. Any ideas on how to get rid of this file?
For what it's worth, the item is in my favorites folder, and this is the URL for a web page. I don't know if the extra fact is important or not.
What I did was to create a Notepad file that was empty and saved in the same location as the file that won't go away. Once registered. I click with the right button on the new file and rename the exact name as the file problem. Don't forget to change the file extension (ex: .doc)
ex file problem: word.doc
new file: word.doc
as long as they match eachother exactly you should see the file problem disappear and once that's gone, you can delete the new file created.
"Firefox can't find [email protected]:file:///program files/Mozilla Firefox / omni jar! / config in the browser. Properties '. I tried to download firefox and updated the link office and still no go. Can't get firefox to navigate.
Create a new profile as a test to see if your profile is the source of the problems.
See "basic troubleshooting: a new profile:
There may be extensions and plugins installed by default in a new profile, so check that in "tools > Modules > Extensions & Plugins" in case there are still problems.
If this new profile works then you can transfer files from the old profile to the new profile, but make sure not to copy corrupted files.
This happened only after I deleted my temporary files, but does not see why this file would have been affected
The file is part of the malware MyWebSearch toolbar. Either you have uninstalled the malware program or your antivirus/antispyware program did. In all cases, a reference has been left in the boot file. You can remove the reference by managing your startup.
Because you had a piece of malware, the chances are too high you had others. It would be a good idea to scan. I recommend to download and install MalwareBytes' anti-malware (MBAM) from http://www.malwarebytes.org . The program is free. (There is a paid version, but you don't need to buy it to remove the malware).
(for XP) Start > run > msconfig [Enter]
This will open the System Configuration utility. Look under the Startup tab and find the likely culprit. Uncheck the box next to its name, apply and OK out. You don't need to restart immediately, but next time you do, you will get a dialog box saying that you have used the utility. Just check the box that says in effect, "don't mind to this subject again".
How to troubleshoot by using the Msconfig in Windows XP utility - http://support.microsoft.com/?id=310560
The free Autoruns program is very useful for managing your Startup - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/default.mspx MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - Don ' t Panic!
On startup, I get the message: apdproxy.exe impossible to locate the component ConnAP1.dll and the problem can be solved by reloading the application. At that time, I have none of my applications. How can I fix this problem?
I suggest you put the computer to boot, to understand the program causing the problem.
Activate the clean boot, refer to step 1 in the link below:
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Continue with the remaining steps to pin-point on the third party service.
Note: After find you the program that is causing the problem, you will have to perhaps to update or install a newer version of the program, if you rarely use that you should consider uninstalling the software.
Important: n ' forget not to put the computer to a normal startup follow step 7 in the link.
Thank you, and in what concerns:
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