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Using Dial-a-fix as a preventative


cityman

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Yep - I don't recommend it myself (well there's not really a point since it can't prevent, it can only set things back to defaults).

It can find problems you didn't know about, though... the best section for that is section 5 (Registration center).

So that PC World issue he promised to write is out? :cool:

Aha! http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,137083/article.html

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thanks for your assistance- :cool:

i used the wrong word - preventative; but i wanted to discover what could be wrong and "prevent" any future problems.

your program found 3 errors.

now to learn what to do. any advice before starting? or tricks?

thanks in advance-- cityman

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c:\programfiles\commonfile\system\OleDB\msolap80.dll (version8.00.2039)

sfc/purge cache sfc/scannow in Tools development

unspecified error - 0x80004005

current status- found tool dialogue- i did the purge and now doing the scannow

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c:\programfiles\commonfile\system\oleDB\msolu80.dll (version8.00.2039)

sfc/purge cache sfc/scannow in Tools development

unspecified error - 0x80004005

current status- found tool dialogue- i did the purge and now doing the scannow

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c:\windows\system32\oleau32.dll version 5.1.2600.2180

error 0x800700005

it is also suggested run "Repair Permission" which is found in Tools Dialogue. xp home will need secedit.exe. (I use xp home).

http://dijlizard.net/software/secedit-sfx.exe

curent status: i analyze the differences- Access was denied

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