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Application failed to intialize properly/cmd.exe, cannot connect to in


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canrocky

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I first had all the problems in the topic title when my laptop (lenovo T60P) is off docking station. I read Kelvin's post and went ahead removed one hardware profile. Now I am having problmes when my laptop is on docking station as well as off docking station. The problem sympton again is:
- Toward the end of system booting up, the following message shows up and I can't browse internet even though the wireless network connects to LINKSYS fine with IP address assigned. "enummui.exe - application error The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142).....
- After reboot, when I try to start command prompt, the same error message "cmd.exe - application error ......."

Any help is greatly appreciated....
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Ztruker

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canrocky, can you post a link to the other thread you referred to? Would be better to keep this there since it's really a continuation of that problem that Kelvin and you worked on.
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pkibuddy

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I have exactly the same laptop and same problem. Did you ever fix it? It will be great if you can share the experience.
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