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Ping pops up NTVDM CPU error


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[size=5] [indent=1] Ok ill go easy right now cause i dont have a lot of time and i wont be able to come back to this post till the 18of march or so...

Anyways i had installed (on separate partitions) windows xp and windows xp pro SP2 well one day i tried to make the windows xp pro partition bigger by reducing the windows xp home one but i accidently reduced the wrong one and deleted the partition. Luckuly i had a backup fo all my files. so installed them on windows xp home and continued using it normaly until one day i wanted to download a file using "utorrent" and i could not connect to the network but i could surf the internet pretty normaly. So i tried to ping my IP Address and al i got was an error that said:
The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal operation
CS:06e7 IP:570d OP: db 33 d2 88 0e Chose close to terminate the application

So i retried the application and the same thing happened, i tried to continue the application and i still could not ping. I have run Ad-aware with the latest defs. and found nothing and also spyot and NIS2006.


PS: I can run regedit and cmd.exe no problem its just the ping function that dosnt work (that i know of).

If you need any other info ill be glad to post it.

THIS MY BE IMPORTANT: I AM RUNNING WINDOWS XP HOME SP2 SPANISH RIGHT NOW !!ITS NOT THE ENGLISH VERSION!!


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OK sorry to bother you its me again and i had an idea regarding the *.com extensions and surprisingly it worked!!! i search for all *.com files and found ping.com remembering that i had to use only the .exe file i deleted it and now i can ping fine bye the way i still cant use utorrent, should i delete all the *.com files in C:\WINDOWS\system32\ ????


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