Windows Mail small box saying to compact (or something) my Windows Mail account? When I start my computer.
Why, all of a sudden, every time I turn on my computer do a small box saying to compact (or something) my Windows Mail account? I've NEVER used Windows Mail! How can I stop this box from appearing when I turn on my computer? & Why it just started appearing in the last two weeks?
Windows Mail is actually installed. If you have installed Windows Live essential, without disabling all applications, chances are that Windows Mail has been installed.
Check out this link: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-desktop/turning-off-windows-can-compact-your-emails/1cf6357b-8563-4ae5-ad0f-31baaaaaa9bf which may be able to solve your problem.
This forum post is my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinion or the opinion of Microsoft, its employees or other MVPS.
When I start my computer it crashes in the middle of loading of my hard drive and I have to restart.
I share my computer with someone else, and the same problem exists. What should I do?
Start in safe mode / networking (reboot / hold down F8) and select. If it enters faster windows you can have malicious software. Download malwarebytes then put it to day then do a full scan
Original title: PSSWCORE.
For some time when I restart my XP operating system I get a PSSWCORE pop up which says I have to install a disk to continue. There is no disk I know. I constantly have to click 'Cancel' several times and the popup will disappear. What is it and why do I need?
Did you do any hardware changes or software on your computer before this problem?
You can follow the steps in this link & check if the problem persists:
Note: Using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
Hope the helps of information.
file HAL.dllWhen I start my computer I get a message that says that the file
\system32\hal.dll. is damaged or missing. Please reinstall a copy of the file. I have the original Windows XP CD and I tried to re - install, but it will not go beyond the implementation of window. I can't sign in to windows. How can I reintall this file?
It's extremely likely that you will need to replace the hal.dll and since there are seven files on the XP installation CD that will extend into hal.dll, which would you choose? It depends on your hardware, but it is extremely likely that the problem (did I already say that?). I've never had to replace a file hal.dll for this problem.
The real problem is most likely that XP just can not find the file because of a file system corruption or a file c:\boot.ini afflicted.
For this error, I would always be first boot from the XP Recovery Console and sometimes run a chkdsk-r that will fix things right to the top.
If the chkdsk /r is clean and you have the same problem, and then re-create your c:\boot.ini file but rename the old one first so you don't build on top of those afflicted - this tidbit is absent from MS KB article that assumes too.
You can do all this in the XP Recovery Console, but do go through these methods in this article and see how you go.
For example, method 1 will not work if your system does not start. You may have more luck with other "methods".
If that doesn't work, then I suggest to provide a little more information about your system:
Since the Microsoft Answers forum does not have any kind of information system request when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system. Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
Thank you MS Answers, allowing the resolution of simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.
Provide information on your system, the better you can:
What is your system brand and model?
What is your Version of XP and the Service Pack?
Your system have IDE or SATA disks?
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..
The question was preceded by a loss of power, aborted reboot or abnormal termination? (this includes the plug pulling, buttons power, remove the battery, etc.)
The afflicted system has a working CD/DVD (internal or external) drive?
You have a real installation CD bootable XP which is the same Service Pack as your installed Service Pack? (this is not the same as any recovery CD provided with your system)?
If the system works, what do you think might have changed since the last time it did not work properly?
We have made no changes to our computer that runs windows XP suddenly when we start it says we have 3 days to re-activate windows because of major changes to the system. We have not changed. What's the deal, our copy is valid and has been for years.How our copy of windows valid suddenly become invalid?Is it possible that some programs of virus/spy stole our code systems disconnected from our system to make our windows inactivated? I didn't know how it would be possible, just try to guess. What should we do? reactivate? Call and have our system enabled somehow?
Could be a Windows update that caused the problem, try to activate the phone.
How to activate Windows XP
See the section titled: "how to activate Windows XP by phone.
Also, make sure that you do not confuse the letters and numbers (number 8 for the)
Letter B, etc.).
How to contact a Microsoft Product Activation Center:
Microsoft Activation centers worldwide telephone numbers:
(This site is for activating Volume License, but if you call, they will help you)
The phone number is not working:
Microsoft Wordwide contacts: http://www.microsoft.com/worldwide/default.aspx
Users of Windows XP - Genuine Advantage Notifications:
(This tool will confirm that the copy of Windows installed on your PC is genuine and authorized)
J W Stuart: Http://www.pagestart.com
When I start my computer windows vista, there is always a pop ups box indicating
Error loading C;\users\user\AppData\Roaming\nmhciu.dll
C;\users\user\AppData\Roaming\nmhciu.dll is not a win32 application
· Did you do changes on the computer before the show?
I suggest you to check and clean the boot if the problem persists.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: After troubleshooting, be sure to configure the computer to start as usual as mentioned in step 7 in the above article.
I hope this helps.
I get a window when I start my computer that says: import DLL may be missing, damaged or wrong version. File 'rt170.bpl' error 126
How can I fix this error code, it happens every time I start my computer?
Did you change your computer?
I suggest you follow the link and check.
How to use the System File Checker tool to fix the system files missing or corrupted on Windows Vista or Windows 7
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.
When I start my computer, I get a message saying c:windows\system32\ambrune.dell how can I solve this problem?
Original title: ken asked
When I start my computer, I get this error message:
Windows cannot open this file: GLBD4EA.tmp
To open this file, Windows needs to know what program you want to use to open it. Windows can go online to look for automatically, or you can manually select from a list of programs installed on your computer.
What do you do?
-Use the web service to find the appropriate program
-Select a program from a list of installed programs
No selection works for me. I don't know what concerns the .tmp file, or why I need to open it.
Please help :)
HelloPerform the following steps to remove the file from the registry.a: type regedit into the search box start and click on enter.b: Search now to the following keyHLKM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\windows\currentversion\runthen delete the following key53E412B3-9907-4F9E-A6DC-D0106D1D72CImportant: 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
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 on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:Hope this information helps.
Error loading \3\DLBUtime.dll
I have a Dell computer that came with Windows XP Home edition. When I start my computer the monitoring of ERROR appears: RUNDLL error loading specified not found \3\DLBUtime.dll module
I just click 'ok' and he goes, but, as for what it stop popping up everytime I start my computer.
Can someone help me with this?
You are LuLu5119, who posted a question last August?
If this isn't the case, you should have started your own thread. If so (and even if not), you should have responded to questions about Dell printers.
Assuming that you complain of a "Error loading \3\DLBUtime.dll" message that appears when you start your computer, you should know that the DLBUtime.dll file probably has something to do with the software from Dell which has been partially deleted, but could also be indicative of malware as well as partially withdrawn.
In both cases, the best way for start you to prevent the message at windows is to download Autoruns http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx
Install the Autoruns and let it complete the scan of your computer. Then click on the "Connection" tab and uncheck the following entry:
Look for an entry that has 'DLBUCATS' in the first column. If you do not see that, look for "rundll32 \3\dlbutime.dll" in the last column ("path of the Image).
Uncheck that entry, close Autoruns and restart your computer. You should get is no longer the message.
If for any reason, you find later that you need dlbutime.dll running, run Autoruns and check the box. If you decide that you need never again, run Autoruns, right-click on the entry and select Delete.
As General precautionary measure, in case your entry dlbutime.dll was related to malicious software, rather than the Dell printing software, download the following free scanners:
For MalwareBytes Anti-Malware, download, install, update and run.
For Portable SAS, follow the instructions on the Web page (note that the instructions assume that you use a different computer to download; if you're not, just make a note of the name of the file).
Departure until I get error loading c:\windows\syseem32\fskmtvxa.dill what is this and how to fix it. Thank you.
Spelling is important. I'm sure that there is no 'i' in the file extension. If you spelled the rest of the file name, then...
Looking for errors like this by doing a search on Google for the name of the file. Usually, they turn up without 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.
Recently, I lost internet because of configuration problems. Who is fixed and now I'm able to go back to the internet. But now, whenever I start my computer, rather than make the home and get into windows, I get a black screen that says that it is a screen of recovery console for windows and need to enter an administrative password. I have to go to F8 to go to start windows normally, whenever I turn it on. Can someone help me with this problem?
Looks like you need rebuild your file "boot.ini". This article should help you get into your Recovery Console:
"Recovery console" <> http://www.theeldergeek.com/recovery_console.htm >
Then you should try to use the 'Bootcfg rebuild' command to rebuild your boot.ini file:
"A discussion about the Bootcfg command and its applications."
""Invalid Boot.ini"or"Windows did not start"error messages when you start your computer.
When I start the computer, sometimes the icon in the taskbar indicates that it is connected to a network that is not identified. I wait a few minutes until what he says at last he is identified & seems to work very well.
Original title: Internet wireless connection
I use a PC & a cable modem wireless to connect to the Internet. When I start the computer, sometimes the icon in the taskbar indicates that it is connected to a network that is not identified. I wait a few minutes until what he says at last he is identified & seems to work very well. The only other issue I see is once in a while after it is connected, I noticed that it is to identify the network connection, but I see no problem to surf the web. This could be a looming problem with the modem, or is it something else? Should I consider it as my modem is still under warranty? ARRIS / Motorola wants to charge a diagnostic fee is why I write on this forum first.
[Transferred from Internet Explorer]
Roll up your sleeves & cross your fingers...
[You can print these instructions for reference offline. DON'T SKIP ANY STEP! [If a step said to restart, restart!]
1. click right on the link following, select SAVE TARGET as.... & download the Norton Removal Tool, save it to your desktop: ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_canada/removal_tools/Norton_Removal_Tool.exe
1. right click on the following link, select SAVE TARGET as... & download the McAfee consumer products removal tool, save it to your desktop: http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe
2. close all open applications (that is, anything with an icon on the taskbar).
3. right click on the file that you saved in step # 1 above and select run as administrator to run the Norton utility. DO TAP not your keyboard until the race ends, then restart.
3B. right-click on the file that you saved in step # 1 b above and select run as administrator to run the McAfee utility. DO TAP not your keyboard until the race ends, then reboot again.
4. right-click on the following link and SAVE the download to your desktop: http://iefaq.info/attachments/133/ie8-rereg.zip 
Note: Good for IE9, too.
4B. right click on the file downloaded in # 4 above has (that is, ie8 - rereg.zip) and EXTRACT its contents to the desktop. This will create a new folder on your desktop namedie8-rereg.
4 c. close all open applications (that is, anything with an icon on the task bar), open the new folder created in # 4 b above, double-click on the file ie8 - rereg.cmd to run the script and restart.
5 reaffirm Internet Explorer as the browser in the default CUSTOM (<>) Set Program Access and defaults of the computerarticle. 
6. reset Internet Explorer according to the instructions on this page: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/reset-ie-settings
Note => for best results, check the option Remove personal settings .
7. open Internet Explorer (only!) to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/windows-update-error-8000ffff [ignore the title & symptoms].
8 b. ignorant of the "not recommended" or similar warnings, run the difficulty (50202 #) DEFAULT modes and AGGRESSIVE. 
9 restart once again & test.
10. in response to this post with a status report.
 source: http://iefaq.info/index.php?action=artikel&cat=42&id=133&artlang=en
 after that we ended up this thread, do not hesitate to reaffirm one of your other default browsers.
 full Disclosure: the difficulty operating in AGGRESSIVE mode will remove your update history but not the list of installed updates.
When I start my computer it say the GfxUI has stopped working then the Mcafee said computer at risk that he will not keep the antivirus scan
1. do you remember make changes to your computer before this problem?
Start the computer in safe mode and see if the problem occurs. Follow the steps from the link to start in safe mode: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Start-your-computer-in-safe-mode
If the works in safe mode and then start the clean boot computer and check to see if it helps: How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean Windows Vista or Windows 7 boot http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135
Note: when you are finished troubleshooting, follow step 7 to start the computer in normal startup.
Try to update the graphics driver to your computer and check if it works: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Automatically-get-recommended-drivers-and-updates-for-your-hardware
Try to do a scan of your computer for viruses using the Microsoft Safety Scanner by clicking on this link: http://www.microsoft.com/security/scanner/
I downloaded and installed EnhancedVideoInstaller.pkg. Now when I start my computer an empty white box flashes before it shows the normal screen. How can I get rid of this program?
I installed EnhancedVideoInstaller.pkg in a vain attempt to have an online tour of health care. It shows in my downloads and activity monitor, it shows EnhancedVideo, but I can't get rid of. When I start my computer an empty white box flashes by in-between enter my password and the splash screen. I would like to eliminate it. Thank you!
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