Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Troubleshootings-Torch Moves When You Click My Computer

This is a problem -when you double click on My Computer,Windows takes a long time to open it searches for files for a long time.And during that period you will find a flashlight or a torch is moving from right to left and vice-versa.

How To Fix:-

Method One-Through Command line:-

Start>Run>type in cmd>ok

Run these commands:-
NET STOP STISVC (This stops the service)>press ENTER
(This sets the Service startup type to disabled)>Press ENTER

Method Two-To Stop Windows Image Acquisition (WIA)

Start>Run>type Services.msc>ok

From the list of Services(local) scroll down to Windows Image Acquisition>Right click on it>Click on Stop.

Further help:-
Long delay before files appear in My Computer in Windows XP

Troubleshootings:-MS Paint won't work

The problem is when you click MS Paint in Windows XP it doesn't work.


Method One-Through Add/Remove Programs Under Control Panel:-

Open Control Panel>Double Click on Add/Remove Programs>Add/Remove Windows Componenets>Highlight Accessories and Utilities>Click on Details tab>Highlight Accessories>Click on Details tab>Scroll down to the last item i.e. Paints>Uncheck the box against Paints>OK
Windows will now uninstall Paint brush. Now, insert Windows XP CD in the drive and repeat the above procedure, but enable or check the Paint entry and click Next. The required files are extracted from the installation CD and Paint is now reinstalled.

Method Two-Through The Registry Editor:-

start>run>regedit>ok, navigate to this key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Applets\Paint
Hightlight (click on it) that key and delete it. Close the registry editor and restart your system.Now you will find MS Paint is working.

Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Internet Explorer Repair Tool In XPSP2

As such there is no Internet Explorer Repair Tool available in Windows XP.But you can easily reregister many IE files.Thus the following command becomes a sort of IE repairing tool.

How To:-
Start>Run>type in:IExplore.exe /rereg>Ok

This command will allow you to re-register many dll files,including:-
actxprxy.dll, asctrls.ocx, browseui.dll, cdfview.dll, comcat.dll, comctl32.dll, corpol.dll, cryptdlg.dll, digest.dll, dispex.dll, dxtmsft.dll, dxtrans.dll, hlink.dll, iepeers.dll, iesetup.dll, imgutil.dll, inetcpl.cpl, inetcpl.cpl, initpki.dll, inseng.dll, jscript.dll, licmgr10.dll, mlang.dll, mobsync.dll, msapsspc.dll, mshta.exe, mshtml.dll, mshtml.dll, mshtmled.dll, msident.dll, msieftp.dll, msnsspc.dll, msr2c.dll, msrating.dll, msxml.dll, occache.dll, oleaut32.dll, plugin.ocx, pngfilt.dll, proctexe.ocx, scrobj.dll, sendmail.dll, setupwbv.dll, shdocvw.dll, shdocvw.dll, tdc.ocx, urlmon.dll, vbscript.dll, webcheck.dll, wininet.dll

Related Links:-
How to Reinstall or Repair Internet Explorer and Outlook Express in Windows XP;EN-US;q318378

Description of the Internet Explorer Repair Tool;EN-US;Q194177