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CScript Error - Windows XP


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wambo

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Not to sure on many of the details, but a random cscript error pops up randomly while using the pc.

Any help would be hugely appreciated :)
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Might be down to the fact you're using Windows 7 Beta? It's still in testing stages.
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Dont mean to sound cocky but i did post this topic in the "Windows XP™, 2000, 2003, NT" section. lol.

So that rules that one out :) cheers though.
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Okay. My apologies there. Besides that could be anything you haven't really specified much about the error just it's a random cscript error. Okay after a little research it would appear that the cause of the problem is CScript.exe. To resolve this issue, use Registry Editor to correct the path to Cscript.exe. The Cscript.exe file is located in the Windows\Command folder.

In the following Registry keys, replace the System\Unknown part of the value data with Command.
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\JSEFile\Shell\Open2\Command
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\JSFile\Shell\Open2\Command
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VBEFile\Shell\Open2\Command
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VBSFile\Shell\Open2\Command
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\WSFFile\Shell\Open2\Command

Assuming you know what you're doing, Remember to back up the registry always before making any changes!

Edited by Teddie1, 15 January 2009 - 06:49 AM.

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Thanks my friend. Sorry about the vague description but that all I have to. Its not for me personally.

I'll let them know about this and see what happens, and I will let you know.

Once again thanks so much.
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I do like to help and i really hope this does solve your problem, Do let us know. :)
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