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MonkeyMan09

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I get these messages when i turn on the computer but only some times. can someone tell me how to get rid of them?? :blink:

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I also have another problem Now when I turn off my computer it also gets an End Now Program error message At the top it says End Now CCC.exe and then it goes off since the computer turns off. This problem is annoying and I want to fix it..

Please someone help me get rid of there problems.. :whistling: :help:
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Click on the click here contained in the line To see what data this error report contains. What is the information?
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I have to wait untill i get the problem again since it does not come up each time I turn on the computer.. u have any suggestions on the other problem..?
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Ok I restarted the computer and get the info u wanted...

Here are some screen shots.

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for the second click me it took to a website here is the link..

http://oca.microsoft.com/en/dcp20.asp
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Uninstall WindowBlinds from Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. WindowBlinds has been known to cause problems. With it uninstalled see if the error goes away.
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u know of another program that is the same without this problem?

also wut about the second problem??

Edited by MonkeyMan09, 27 March 2007 - 05:30 PM.

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For the CCC.exe problem, are you using an ATI grphics card?

For an alternative to WindowBlinds;

I posted this at BestTechie for someone that was interested in the same thing. It is for Win2K3 but still works for WinXP.

http://www.homenetwo...cast-2006-07-31

Your first choice (which costs a bit of money but pretty easy), you would need a program like Windowblinds (http://www.stardock.com) or StyleXP (http://www.tgtsoft.com). Windowblinds will use themes with the .wba extension, while StyleXP uses Visual Styles type themes (also known as MSStyles).

Your second choice (which is free but requires some work on your part).

Download the uxtheme.dll patcher program which will modify your uxtheme.dll to allow the use of non-MS themes. This is available from UXThemePatch


Now, you will be able to use any Visual Styles type theme which are available for free all over the internet. Some good links are:

Ubuntu theme: http://www.themexp.org
http://ww.wincustomize.com
http://www.xpthemes.com
http://www.tweakxp.com
http://www.customize.org
http://www.lotsofskins.com
http://www.skinbase.org
http://www.skinz.org
http://b0se.deviantart.com/gallery
http://www.bfarber.com

Just find the visual styles gallery at each site and download whichever you like. Once you have downloaded a theme, extract the contents of the folder to your Themes folder which is usually located at: C:\Windows\Resources\Themes. After you are done with the extraction, you will be able to apply your theme. You can either open up the Windows Theme file that you just extracted, or you can apply it in the same way you would apply the Luna theme - by opening up the Desktop Properties panel and choosing the "Appearance" tab.


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For the CCC.exe problem, are you using an ATI grphics card?


Yes I do, I have ATI Redeon Mobility x1400 Graphics card. And have Catalyst Control Center 7.2.

I'm going to use Tune up Xp styler 2 which works great...
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