Startup error: Error: IN32FAX. DIL.
Original title: error: IN32FAX. DIL not found when opening windows
I get this message when I opened the desktop computer. I did a disk cleanup, the other day, and I could have cleaned the files that I should not have.
Thanks for posting your question! I arrived to find more details about the problem you are having. If the advice given above did not help, try the following.
The error seems to be related to a printer is installed on the computer including related drivers\software are corrupt.
If you have any printer installed, you can delete the printer and reinstall the same. To do this, follow these steps.
1. click on "Start" then "printers and faxes".
2. when the "Printers and faxes" window appears, right-click on a printer and choose 'delete '.
3. confirm when prompted.
Note delete a printer cannot remove additional drivers and/or software support required for the operation of the printer. You may need to manually remove the software:
1. click on 'Start' and then 'control panel '.
2. choose "Add or Remove Programs".
3. If it is shown, select your printing software and drivers and choose ' Change/Remove '.
To add the printer to the back, you can refer to this link.
Answer if this is not enough, then we can get more options.
I recently tried to install SP2 to Vista, but it failed. I tried all the resolutions posted, but it is not always correct it. Later, I started my Vista (automatically restored to SP1) and it came with a mistake, "Microsoft Mobile PC presentation adaptability Client has stopped working". I tried searching on the net for similar problems, but I could not find any solution. He comes back every time you start, after that the background, shortcuts and the system tray loaded. This error started showing when I tried to install SP2, but he failed and returned to changes. I think that something could have gone wrong and that's why it shows this message. Today I tried the system restore to the restore point JUST before I tried to install SP2, but it ALSO failed and brought me back to the State.
I'm not sure if it's related, but I'm also no longer be able to use Windows Media Center, as every time I start it I immediately receive the error message "Media Center has stopped working".
Gateway M6842B laptop
Version of Windows Vista SP1 32-bit
Intel Core 2 CPU
T5300 @1. 73 GHZ 1.73 GHZ
2.00 GB OF RAM
First, we will check if we get error safe mode, start the computer in Safe Mode reboot and press the F8 key for about four to five times. You'll see the Mode without failure listed in the advanced window options, select Safe Mode, and then press ENTER.
Check if the error mode without failure.
If the startup error message does not appear safe mode, I recommend you to place the computer in a clean boot state, and check if the problem occurs in a clean boot state.
To put the computer in a clean boot state, follow these steps:
Perform a clean boot
Note If the computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may prevent you from following these steps. We recommend strongly that you do not use System Configuration utility to change startup options on the computer, unless a support engineer Microsoft directs you to do so. This can make the computer unusable.
a. log in the computer using an account with administrator rights.
b. click Start , type msconfig.exe in the Start Search box and press ENTER to start the System Configuration utility.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click continue.
c. under the general tab, click Selective startup, and then clear the Load Startup items check box.
(The box use the Boot file is not available.)
d. on the Services tab, select the hide all Microsoft services check box and then click on disable all.
Note Following this step lets services Microsoft continue to run. These services include networking, Plug-and-Play, record of events, error reporting, and other services. If you disable these services, you can permanently delete all restore points. Do not do this if you want to use to restore the system with the existing restore points.
e. click OK, and then click restart.
Once the computer restarts, check if you get the error of starting.
Reset the computer to start as usual
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
- Click Start , type msconfig.exe in the Start Search box and press ENTER.
- If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click continue.
- On the general tab, click the Normal startup option, and then click OK.
- When you are prompted to restart the computer, click restart.
If you don't receive the start-up error message after placing the computer in a clean boot state, follow the steps below in the link to diagnose the program or service that is causing the problem:
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista
I hope this information is useful.
Please let us know if you need further assistance.
Rehman - Microsoft Support
Under Windows XP, Service Pack 3, startup error: error loading C:\WINDOWS\System32\siymnctm.dll. Any ideas how to fix? BTW, Microsoft Knowledge Base was unavailable for research today.
Thanks for any help.
A Google search for "siymnctm.dll" grew nothing. When you get no hits for a filename on Google, chances are high that it is a malicious program file. 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!
I get this error message when you try to open my software:
Startup error: could not load file or assembly 'System.configuration, Version = 22.214.171.124, culture = neutral, PublicKeyToke = b03f5f7f11d50a3a' or one of its dependencies. The system is unable to remove the specified file.
I tried to clean .net and re - install, but I still get this error.
Anyone know why?
Try a system restore before the problem started:
If it does restore before installing the updates, try to install the updates one at a time to see if there is a conflict and hide the update if necessary.
I am beta testing my app and it works fine for me in all simulators and a 9530 Storm. But one of my beta testers reported the app doesn't launch and gets the error:
TFLN startup error: class 'net.rim.blackberry.api.homescreen.HomeScreen' not found
I can't imagine how that could happen. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
The user's phone is "BOLD" with the OS update for it. He didn't give me a version number, but I guess than 4.6. It was compiled in 4.7, but works perfectly well in the "BOLD" Simulator.
An application built in version 4.7 is not compatible on the 4.6 version. Please refer to the following.
What is - an appropriate version of the BlackBerry JDE
Article number: DB-00537
While making the cloning of RMAN using the command duplicate in 126.96.36.199 database with ebs.
We receive the error below
connected to the auxiliary database (not started)
RMAN-00569: = ERROR MESSAGE STACK FOLLOWS =.
RMAN-03002: failure of Db in dual at 03/07/2015 15:12:07
RMAN-06403: could not get a fully authorized session
RMAN-04006: auxiliary database error: ORA-24327: need explicit attach befor
e a user authentication
RMAN-03015: an error has occurred in the script stored memory Script
RMAN-04014: failed to start: ORA-03113: end of file on communication channel
RMAN-04017: description of the startup error: ORA-32004: outdated or obsolete parameters
ER (s) specified for the instance of RDBMS
We have corrected the problems.
To the bottom of the database
Comment this parameter and re try
[email protected] $ grep-i local initerptest.ora
#local_listener = erptest_LOCAL
Test the issue again.
My new computer during startup comes up with the message:
error when starting
c:\Program files Toshiba------fash card\ tcrdmain.exe R6025 pure vitual fuction call
All the solutions out there would be a help
I don't really know what the problem is here, but what you can try is to remove the package of added value and install the latest version of the Toshiba support page.
I bought 2 notebooks L450 - 18 H with FreeDOS and two of them give an error at startup:
For Realtek RTL8100E/8101E Fast Ethernet Network Adapter v1.02 (060510)
PXE - E61: Media test failure, check cable of
PXE - MOF: Exit PXE ROM.
First boot in the BIOS - HDD device.
I would like to be loaded from the CD boot for installation of the system. Start device first in the BIOS CD (or F12-> CD) - the same error.
What should I do?
This laptop has been delivered without an operating system then you need to install support only OS.
If you get this message again and again your drive for the installation of the OS makes problems.
Have you tested with different bootable devices?
Get the error message at startup which said that accelerometrst.exe does not work
Try the following.
Open windows control panel, open programs and features, make a right click the entry for HP 3D DriveGuard and select uninstall.
When this has completed, restart the laptop.
When windows has reloaded, download and install the version of HP 3D DriveGuard on the following link.
DP - K
Hi all, I recently upgraded my printer Photosmart 5510 to 5540 desire. I installed a new printer and removed the old. Since then, I get this error message whenever I start the computer:
There is a problem starting: C:\Program Files\HP\HPPhotosmart5510series\bin\HPStatus BL.dll
The specific module could not be found
I tried to reinstall the old printer, I deleted again, I went through HP troubleshooting... nothing!
Someone has an idea? Thanks for your help.
From file Exploer type %appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup in the address bar and press ENTER.
Delete the shortcut to monitor alerts for Non-Existing printer ink and the error should appear is no longer.
How can I solve this problem with the start? Box in Visual C++ Runtime Library: message says "this application has requested the execution to terminate in an unusual way...." then message which says "update Application has stopped working. A problem caused blocking the program works correctly. Windows will close and notify you if a solution is available. ' Windows 'solutions' have failed...
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If I understand correctly you are confronted with the error "this application has requested execution to terminate in an unusual way" when you run a program on the computer.
However, more information is needed to provide the specific troubleshooting steps.
1. what version of Windows are you using?
2. When you receive this error message? Immediately at startup or during programs runnig?
3. what was the recent change in hardware or software performed on the computer before the question?
Please follow the links below to help troubleshoot-made the question.
Try to leave you is clean boot computer in order to eliminate the causes as interruption of third party software.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: After a repair, be sure to set the computer to start as usual as mentioned in step 7 in the above article.
Run a file system Checker to verify system files corrupted.
Run a System File Checker tool
What is a runtime error?
Please let me know if the problem is resolved / if the computer is stable, as well as the information requested.
I hope this helps.
I sent my computer to be restored and cleaned of the virus. (Computer HP with Windows XP, Service pack 3)
Error message appeared after about third computer startup.
Error loading of C:\ WINDOWS\azizoqocefuwejat.dll
The specified module could not be found.
Unplugged the computer and set it aside for a fight a year.
Not dusted him off and in the hope to use again.
Removed all kinds of programs (IOBIT, etc.)
Because the computer was restored, began upgrading computer from Windows Update Update Manager
then installed the Norton 360, 30 trial days
analyses complete completed camps, who has not identified problems
Googled the dll and nothing at all is listed
What is this error message?
How can I get rid of this error message?
I have several computers and my cell phones set up shared radio router, do I need to worry about cross-contamination?
Thanks in advance for your time and your consideration.
Additional thoughts:It is sometimes easy to get rid of the error message by doing something like disable the startup item in msconfig (if you can still find), but I suggest you actually solve the problem and difficulty not only the symptom of the problem by simply deleting the startup message.I would also not recommend you start digging in the registry to try to find the startup item and remove it unless you have a backup of your system or at least a backup of your registry, because there is no 'Cancel' or 'quit without saving changes' option in regedit. If you make a mistake, that's all.These ideas relieve 'rapid' and sometimes risky of the symptom if they not even work at all, but they can't actually solve the problem. Also, I'd be suspicious of ideas that begin with the words "try." You don't need to try things, you need to fix things. You don't need to try ideas that might work, you must do something that will always work all the time.Here are the detailed instructions that protect you and solve your problem in the 'right' way.There is very little. DLL files that should be loaded from the C:\WINDOWS folder and is not one of them. If you do not have a good explanation for the name of the file in a Google search, the chances are good that your system is currently or has been infected by malware.A "Cannot find...". ', ' Failed to start..., "Could not load..." ». "Might not work... "" Cannot run ""error loading... ". "or"specific module could not be found"message at startup is usually related to the malware that has been configured to run at startup, but the referenced file has been removed after a malware scan, leaving behind him a startup item or the registry entry pointing to a file that does not exist.It might be a removal of malicious software or an application not installed. The entry may have a curious looking name since it was probably generated at random when the malware was installed. If you search your system for the referenced file, you may not find.Windows attempts to load this file but cannot locate because the file has been deleted for most probably during an analysis of the malware. However, an orphaned associate of remainders of startup parameter or registry entry and tells Windows to load the file when you start or connection.So you should delete the referenced entry Windows stop trying to load or run the file. It may or may not be included in the registry, but you can find it. Autoruns (see below) you get the elements no matter where it is.
You must be sure to solve the problem and not just fix the symptom of the problem by simply relieving your message - system is not a fix (there is a difference).If you just locate and uncheck the item in msconfig, which disables the element but does not remove the reference to the element of false starting your computer. The msconfig program is not a Startup Manager, that's a troubleshooting tool. Disabling things in msconfig to put an end to the messages and think that your problem is solved is short-sighted and leave behind him a sloppy XP configuration. Just disable the display of a start-up error message should not count as a 'solution' to the problem.If you are comfortable editing the registry, you can find and remove the reference directly from there or remove it using a popular third-party tool called Autoruns. The problem can always be found in the registry well.Before making any changes to your registry by hand or with third-party tools, don't forget to first make a backup of the registry. There is no cancellation or exit without saving the option in regedit.Here is a link to a popular registry backup tool:You can also use the Autoruns to find the element of start remains little matter where he's hiding. Autoruns does not install anything on your computer. It will display all startup locations where the reference may be then you can turn it off or remove it completely. Here is the download link for Autoruns:Run Autoruns.exe and wait that he at the end of the filling of the list of entries.When the Autoruns is finished scanning your system, it will say "Ready" in the lower left corner. Autoruns can be a little intimidating to first if you have never seen it before because it displays a lot of information. You are really interested only a few sections.The problem is usually to start the system or the user startup entries, then click the connection tab and see if the startup item is there.Scroll through the list and look for a boot entry associated files in the error message.If you can't find on the connection tab, look in any tab.You can also click file, search to search for logon, or any tab for all or part of the name of the element.Right-click on the offending entry and choose Remove. If you are not sure what it is, you can simply turn off (uncheck the entry), reboot, and if the problem is resolved and things work normally and everything works fine, then delete the offending entry. If you don't see it in Autoruns, you may edit the registry and remove the item from your startup folder it. Autoruns shall display the same information however.Given that your system has or has had an infection, follow up with this:Perform scans for malware, and then fix any problems:
No matter what you use for malware protection, follow these steps:Download, install, update, and make at least an analysis full (not at the same time) with these free malware detection programs:Malwarebytes (MMFA): http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_freeSUPERAntiSpyware: (SAS): http://www.superantispyware.com/
These comprehensive analyses can take some time, but you really need to run. SAS will probably be just a bunch of Internet tracking cookies, but you can remove them. Once you have done at least a full analysis, you can do quick scans in the future to save time and save the analyses complete for when you have more time or are really suspicious of an infection of the system.They can be uninstalled later if you wish.
In 1985, there were 11 known computer viruses. Today, there is more to 1, 122, 311 and the new threats are detected every day. Always update your virus definitions before running a scan.Restart your computer and solve the outstanding issues.
I just got a few errors at the Windows startup. The first says "Windows cannot load the locally stored profile. Possible causes include insufficient security rights or a damaged local profile. "The second says" Windows cannot find the local profile and connects you with a temporary profile. " Changes to this profile will be lost when you close the session. "What should I do? It's never happened before.
Please see this helpful link: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-security/windows-cannot-load-the-loca...
ORIGINAL TITLE: help... Blue error screen?
Help I get this blue screen error whenever I start up my dell computer... A problem has been detected and windows has shut down to prevent damage to your computer. If this is the first time you've seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps: make sure that you have enough disk space. If a driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try which video cards. Check with your hardware vendor for updates to the BIOS. Disable the BIOS memory options such as implementing caching or shading. If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and then select Safe Mode. Technical information: (0xc0000005, 0xF7c2815E, 0xf7C66864, 0xF7C66560 kdcom.dll - address F7C2815E base at F7c27000 Datestamp 4ed8a0bd
Thank you, I actually set myself a few hours after the announcement by starting in safe mode and scan with norton :) But thank you very much for the reply!
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