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I keep getting the error. I cant turn off or turn on my firewall because of this error. Task manager, defrag., Computer Management, etc. Try then, in cmd windows doing a cd Windows\system32 and then try running the msc again. have a peek at this web-site
I am the administrator. Nick. Start / Run cmd enter into the cmd windows path Does the result begin with (assuming C PATH=C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem; ?? Tweet Like Google+ Comments  manny says: 7 years ago i couldn't fix it! https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/i-cant-open-administative-tools-in-control-panel/e576ab47-93c0-435f-9398-1aa8b385d64f
Alleyoop11, Aug 31, 2010 #1 Sponsor thiyagu114 Joined: May 27, 2009 Messages: 63 Have you determined whether you can run these if they are specified with their full path ? This tip ultimately helped me solve the problem. Yodamoo says: 6 years ago I get this error while trying to install Windows XP on my computer. If so, it’s not a “real” permission issue, it’s a program or process on your computer that is giving the error.
- The only icon that does work is Internet Explorer, but that doesn't load the homepage, just reloads every second to a never ending cycle of a blank page because it won't
- Another alternative is to create a shortcut on the desktop or in the taskbar to the folder.
- No, my path in cmd is C:\Users\Al> I have a disc image I can restore, I think I'll try that & go from there.
- OK Now, you can install that file.
- BIG THANKS Death Lord12 says: 7 years ago I beleive my case is somewhat different.
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- I mean this works on all users before this and now it's like, missing or something...
- THANK YOU!!!
Thanks guys for helping though but I really appreciate it. My problem is definitely related to the anti-virus problem, however, how it came up is unique to pretty much everyone here. Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New? All rights reserved.
Click here to join today! I tried: -4 methods (above) -run as admin -turn off UAC -full control (admin) So annoying. Sorry my bad, I'll try again now... MBAM was the solution.
System Halted Instruction at referenced memory could not be read “No more system PTEs” error (stop code 0X0000003F) Etc, etc! Volt says: 7 years ago Thanks - number 3 was the solution to my problem. This is a very good article here, summarises the fixes well, but didn't help. You'll find several other options in the same dialog that enable or disable other Start menu features, such as expanding the Control Panel and other system folders, displaying the Logoff command,
Try updating Mbam and running it again and do a FULL scan! 0 OPDiscussion Starter flagstar 111 5 Years Ago I have done Full scan with MBAM before but nothing came https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/microsoft-windows/threads/364377/can-t-access-administrative-tools-files Whats wrong Melissa says: 5 years ago For anyone using Kapersky, I was having this problem trying to run weatherbug of all things lol and foung that in the application control However, I still get angry when I want to delete something on my windows 8 laptop and it asks me for administrative privileges. I was able to scan disk for > errors> and again none was found.>> Can someone help?
and delete the old one.. Check This Out Then, after I disabled the resident shield, the error message doesn't appear any more. cam says: 6 years ago I don't have a solution, but a very reliable workaround. Task manager, defrag., Computer Management, etc.
jcfenfen says: 7 years ago I have the problem in windows XP and I can't find the unblock option when I right click on the file. Where the heck did that come from? Vig says: 6 years ago Alternatively, if you have AVG, you can disable protection for a specific path by navigating to Tools -> Advanced Settings -> Exceptions (Under Resident Shield) and http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-shutdown-restart-failure-and-cannot-access-windows-advanced-tools-help.html I almost considered uninstalling the whole AVG anti-virus but I tried disabling the Resident Shield first and it worked.
Advertisement Recent Posts mkv files ali3500 replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:41 AM Programs Won't Open/Run Jimmyjamht replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:40 AM Not computer tech savvy need... DadTheAdmin says: 6 years ago I found this behavior on the account used by the wife and kids who are not as savvy about avoiding deceptive pop-ups that trick you to please help me cause im am stumped on this.
Press F8 when Windows begins to boot, and you'll be given a list of boot options, one of which is ‘Safe Mode'.
Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows XP Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings / Updates Posted by: Dinesh | December 27, 2012 at 07:16 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. You can re-enable and set the password for your administrator account using this technique: I've lost the password to my Windows Administrator account, how do I get it back?
24-Nov-2011 Reply I get the message asking me which program I want to use to open it.
Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode August 3rd, I have>> > scanned for virus' and none were found. Thanks for the unblock answer. -CcAaKkEe-/ says: 6 years ago HELP ME!!! http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/how-to-open-services-in-windows-xp.html I can't even >> > open>> > Event Viewer to see what might be going on.
Select that, and the ‘Administrator' account will appear on the login screen. I took ownership. I went in safe mode and uninstalled Zone Alarm and maybe 2 other programs I don't use, and it seems to be working fine now. I can't even open Event Viewer to see what might be going on.
Problem solved by simple unblock! Full instructions at:> > Generic Trojan / Adware Infestation Removal Procedure:> http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html> > Trend Micro Sysclean package> http://aumha.net/viewtopic.php?t=10820> > -- > Ramesh, Microsoft MVP> Windows XP Shell/User> http://windowsxp.mvps.org> > > "CCP" The same thing can also happen with an overly aggressive firewall. I saw the post above about XP-AntiSpy, and that's exactly what it was!!
TheOutcaste, Sep 2, 2010 #4 Alleyoop11 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 4, 2010 Messages: 60 Ah ha, no I did not. When I try to run the file from the GUI, I get the dreaded "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file." error. MicheleH says: 7 years ago That message would not let me open ANYTHING..not even a folder. David Tormey says: 6 years ago Under Windows 7, disable any antivirus application and re-try.
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