Starta ~ 1.EXE file missing
I'm trying to install a program and it says that the file is missing "starta ~ 1.exe. Where can I get a replacement file? Thank you
Did you follow my other suggestions on how to install it > uninstall/reinstall > right click > run as Admin?
And also, I suggest that you contact the cookbook company, also, for advice on this.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Original title: my computer does not start upp
my desktop does not load upward. I turned on and the following message appears.
Windows didn't start because the following file is missing
Re - install a copy of the above file.
is there something I can do?
I don't have the boot disks.
There were no power failure, etc.?
The system is equipped with a CD/DVD player?
I suspect that AVG has quarantined (effectively deleted) your way of thinking of ntoskrnl.exe file the file has been afflicted (it's perhaps), but there are copies on your system in other places, so you can simply replace the missing file.
I would normally say that make you a XP Recovery Console bootable CD that you can create (no XP media required), but since you have XP Home Edition, which can frustrate you if you do not know the XP administrator password. We can do the part later because it would be a good CD to have.
Make a Hiren boot CD, boot your system on this CD and find your XP installation boot drive for a copy of ntoskrnl.exe and copy / paste the file into the c:\windows\system32 folder where it belongs.
Places to find backups of critical files on the XP system are:
Answered in the affirmative if invited to replace the existing file.
If that's all you need to do to get there, you should consider broadening your horizons beyond AVG antivirus antimalware if you do not have this or similar problems.
Do you have a Hiren BootCD you can download here:
On the left, click on download, scroll down, choose the most recent version
The download link is a little difficult to see and find, for some reason, so here are some ideas (they seem to change around for a reason, but that might just me my interpretation). If you can't understand it, let me know so that I can update my copy/paste route.
On the page for the version the most recent are information pages on what has changed in the latest version. Look to the bottom of the page and you will be on page 1 of a number of pages (1 of 2 of 9, 9, 9, 3)... The link to download the ZIP file is on the last page that is now for version 12, page 9 (or click on the end button).
The ZIP file is large, so the download will take probably some time to complete. Then unzip the download to extract the Hirens.BootCD.ISO file that will be used to create your new bootable CD.
Create a bootable CD. ISO file is not the same as simply copying the. File ISO onto a blank CD. You must use software that includes how to burn a. ISO to a CD to create a bootable CD.
File ZIP the Hiren is the file BurnToCD.cmd that you can double-click to launch it. The BurnToCD.cmd will use the file BurnCDCC.exe to burn the. ISO file onto a blank CD using your existing CD burner. You can also use your own burning software as long as your software is able to create a bootable CD. ISO file.
More modern burning programs can create a bootable CD. ISO image. Create a CD from an ISO image bootable is not the same as just the file on a CD burning.
If you need a simple and CD burning, this is a free software popular software:
Here are some instructions for ImgBurn:
It would be a good idea to test your new bootable CD on a computer running.
You may need to adjust the computer BIOS settings to use the CD-ROM drive as the first device to boot instead of the hard drive. These adjustments are made before Windows tries to load. If you miss it, you will need to restart the system again.
When starting on the Hiren's CD, you will see a menu of options. Choose Mini XP. It will appear while Windows is loading and you will be presented with a desktop computer that has the look and feel of the interface of Windows Explorer, you are already accustomed to using.
Using the Mini XP, you can access Internet, maneuvering around your system, search for files, copy files, replace the files and run the scans for malware, edit the text files (like the c:\boot.ini) etc.
There are dozens of free and useful tools included in the CD that can be used to repair your system or copy your important personal files on another device (like a USB device or an external drive) in the case where you just give up and decide to reinstall your XP (I hope that you will not make this decision).
Do, or do not. There is no test.
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I have an almost 5 year old toshiba Qosmio F20-153, which has developed an error with the Windows message root>\system32\ntoskrnl.exe file is missing.
I wonder if it's fixable without completely re - install the complete operating system that I still have the Toshiba restore disk.
Any help much appreciated.
In my view, your only option is recovering the entire notebook. The Toshiba Recovery disk only contains an image of factory settings, which means that you can t install this single file of this disc.
In addition it s a good idea to reinstall Windows from time to time. If your installation is already 5 years old, you should do this. You will be surprised with the speed of your laptop is after that. :)
Use the recovery disk is quite simple: you must boot from that disk and follow the instructions on the screen. You do a few clicks only and that s it!
I downloaded Lightroom 6 twice now, because it does not start from the shortcut. I can't find an exe file in the Program Files to launch directly. Otherwise, anyone having this problem or have a solution?
I am answering my own question... you must first log out of creative cloud and then reconnect. Don't know why, but it works.
I don't know how to respond to the message sent from Millennium, but it was discovered, I was conquered by Adobe Photo shop for Mac OS and not for Windows, that's why my exe file was missing.
An easy way to reply to the message is to visit the forum and find/access your assignment and post a reply to any message you want.
When installing version 5.5 update for NTI Backup Now software of executables to start services (agentsvc.exe) has an incorrect path and will not run. Can I change the registry keys in order to correct the path information, or is there another way to fix the problem?
I know that I should back up the registry and create a restore point before any changes to the registry. Thanks in advance for any help on this matter.
It's updated operating system Vista, upgraded installation and activate Forum.
They will help you with your question in Forum Vista programs at the above address.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I was doing a system restore my laptop ok to return to the original state. After he made the closing down and turn, he said that he was missing the bootmgr file. I did not have a system disk, is it possible that I can do a restore using my windows via USB phone?
Original title: the system recovery
Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community and I really appreciate your efforts to solve the problem.
I've certainly you will help solve the problem.
From now on, I suggest you carefully follow the steps provided in the following article and check if you are able to solve the problem. You can use the repair disk that you use to open the command prompt.
Warning: When you use system restore to restore the computer to a previous state, the programs and updates that you have installed are removed.
Hope this information is useful. Let us know the results for further assistance, we will be happy to help you.
My problem is: I'm trying to start an exe file by clicking on a button in a dialog SOUTH. Anyone know how to realize that?
("Example: Run("C:\Windows\Notepad.exe ")?
"Dim command: command =" "" "& Dialog.FilePath &"Script Assistent\TSM Script Assistent.NET.exe"& '"
Dim shell: Set shell = CreateObject ("WScript.Shell")
protected status: status = shell. Execute (command, 1, true)
Err.Raise 6, ' ', ' command returned the error!
Dialog.FilePath the path of the southern file conatins.
Because the command contains spaces, it is important to put it in "."
Windows Vista, user admin account will launch any .exe files without using the right click "run as administrator. You get invited to associate the file with a program when you try to start an .exe file by double-click of left mouse. Why is this happening? I also did the registry repair as suggested on Microsoft Website using cmd prompt ' (which also requred me to use run as - to run that, even)... any ideas? -gene
The .exe fix works with Vista and Win7, but also XP. MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!
I TRIED TO RE-INSTALL MY HP WIRELESS PRINTER AND IT WOULD NOT INSTALL. I HAVE RECEIVED AN ERROR MESSAGE THAT THE PRINT SPOOLER WAS NOT WORKING AND STOPPED. I have TRIED TO START THE PRINT SPOOLER AND FOUND what IT MISSING THE lexbces.exe FILE. I THINK THAT WHEN I UNINSTALLED THE HP PRINTER, HE WALKED OUT OF THIS FILE. IT IS IN THE SYSTEM 32 AND A FILE OF REMOTE PROCEDURE CALL. DOWNLOAD THIS FILE OR DO I HAVE TO RE-INSTALL WINDOWS XP?
Lexbces.exe is from Lexmark (or Dell-badged Lexmark) printer install. When the Lexmark printers are installed, they configure the print spooler to depend on Lexbces. Unfortunately, when you uninstall the software Lexmark, the uninstall program removes the file but does not have the print spooler dependency.
Open a command prompt window (start > run > cmd > OK)
Type the following line in the black command prompt window and press enter
dependent on the spooler of sc config = RPCSS
Note that there is no space before the = but there is a space after it.
Restart the computer.
See the instructions on One Article to do a clean installation of your printer.
After the restart, you can check that the print spooler has started in several ways. One way is:
Open a command prompt window and type the following command, and then press ENTER:
spooler request SC
You should see the following in the command prompt window:
spooler request SC
TYPE: 110 WIN32_OWN_PROCESS (interactive)
STATE: 4 RUNNING
(STOPPABLE, NOT_PAUSABLE, ACCEPTS_SHUTDOWN)
WIN32_EXIT_CODE: 0 (0X0)
SERVICE_EXIT_CODE: 0 (0X0)
When I pass my computer on a message informing you that windows didn't start because a file is manquant-windowsroot7\system32\ntoskrnl.exe, can you help me?
* original title - computer error! *
You did it of any material changes or software on the computer before this problem?
You can follow this link & check if the problem persists.
Hope the helps of information.
Please post back and we do know.
I have problems with the sound on my PC (i.e., no noise at all). He told me that the Sndvol32.exe file is missing. I went through the 'fix - it' and the solution is to extract the file from the Windows XP CD. My PC did not come with it - otherwise, how can I get this file? Thanks in advance!
Most of the people do not have a genuine XP bootable CD. This is good advice if you have a true bootbale CD, but given that the majority of people have never seen one in their life, why start there? That's why this kind of troubleshooting tips kill me...
The fix it will not help you.
This will help you:
I downloaded a copy of the file you need on my SkyDrive (everyone has a SkyDrive for file sharing).
You can download it and when you do, place a copy of the file in these two folders (assuming that Windows is installed on your C drive):
c:\Windows\System32\dllcache (this is where XP keeps backups of important files).
Here is the link to my SkyDrive and you can get the file you need here:
When you see the files available for download, you will not see the extension of file (.exe, .dll, .cpl, .sys, etc), but when download you them they will have the right extension.
You have to put the downloaded files in the correct folders on your system.
That may not solve all your problems, but at least you will be spending this part and we can then fix the rest.
Of course the file must never be missing, so something has badly haywire.
If the system is working properly, what do you think has happened since the last time, that he did not work properly?
Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, MSE, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, PC Tools, Comodo, etc..No matter what you use for the antivirus/antimalware protection, I followed with some other respectable malware scanners, and then fix any problems:Download, install, update and do a full scan with these free malware detection programs:Malwarebytes (MMFA): http://malwarebytes.org/SUPERAntiSpyware: (SAS): http://www.superantispyware.com/They can be uninstalled later if you wish.Restart your computer and solve the outstanding issues.
My 3440 has developed a problem, I think the boot.ini file corruption that it requests to the file ntoskrnl.exe replaced at startup. The problem is that I don't have an external drive to boot from. When I press F2 it gives me a list of devices, that which no no it starts from. I don't have the external CD drive for this, and it won't have a USB floppy drive.
It is impossible for me to solve this problem without the external port replicator or a cd player?
Thanks in advance
Unfortunately, without the access on the Windows CD you will not be able to fix it.
The ntoskrnl.exe file is placed on the original Windows CD in the i386 folder.
You could start at the beginning of the CD to make the repair console by pressing R
In the repair console, you can use this command:
(D is the CD drive)
But as said above seems that you will need the CD player
But wait if the i386 folder has been installed on your HARD drive you could expand the ntoskrnl.exe in this folder to C:\windows\
Error message: Windows cannot start because a file is missing.
You can repair from ordinary cd and use "r" for repair.
How to use recovery cd for this... It does not work.
It's not easy to use the repair mode because the recovery image file CD. The other way is that you try to start the operating system is the safe mode and look if the lack of files exist in the C:\I386 folder. If not, well I think that the only way is to recover the system with the recovery CD.
I'm trying to:
1. download the rtexe on the target in real time
2. download the file or - rt.ini of the RT target on the local disk
3. change the RTApp.StartupApplication path to POINT to newly downloaded rtexe
4. download the ini file edited to target RT
6. the new rtexe should start to run
When manually deploy the application of RT through the Project Explorer and manually restart the target RT works very well.
However if I follow the steps above using the attached VI, to restart it does not start the EXE and loses the connection with the RT.
When I try to reconnect, he said:
"Errors were detected in the log of the target when connecting to the target:
LabVIEW: (Hex 0x63B) target the RT has not enough memory to load the startup application. »
Now why is there enough memory when the EXE is deployed through the Project Explorer, but not enough when the EXE file is moved manually?
If there is an easier process or to achieve this goal, please suggest.
Problem solved. Problem was never in the INI file.
Apparently using FTP "FTP Store Multiple.vi" used to move the file EXE to the rt to intimidate target must change the file somehow. Instead I just use the FTP "Put several files.vi" and everything works fine.
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