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shale2002

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When I shutdown my computer a dialog box pop-up and says "cmd.exe Application error 0x0000142......"
who can tell me the reason.Thanks..
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Welcome! :whistling:

Please go to Start | Run and type sfc /scannow. You will need to have your XP CD in the CD drive to run this scan, which will check for missing or corrupt system files (like cmd.exe) and replace them with the version on the CD. It will take a while, and once it is done, please restart your computer.

PS: It's 0xc0000142, right?
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do you have google earth if you do then......1) Uninstall Google Earth
2) verify the install directory (..\Google\Google Earth\ directory has been deleted.
3) re-install the latest version available


delete the msvcrt file

If you are running one of these OS's please let us know if you ever see DbgHelp.dll, MSVCRT.dll, or ATL.dll None of these should be installed with the latest versions.


To resolve the issue, delete the file: msvcrt.dll in your Google Earth installation directory (default: C:\Program Files\Google\Google Earth\)
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Welcome! :whistling:

Please go to Start | Run and type sfc /scannow. You will need to have your XP CD in the CD drive to run this scan, which will check for missing or corrupt system files (like cmd.exe) and replace them with the version on the CD. It will take a while, and once it is done, please restart your computer.

PS: It's 0xc0000142, right?

Yes,the error number is "0x0000142"
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