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You are sure this is all there is?

I'll check it tomorrow (time zone hihi), and sleep on it now.
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You are sure this is all there is?

I'll check it tomorrow (time zone hihi), and sleep on it now.

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Yup,.. dbl checked it and there is nothing else.

Guess what?? When I click OK on that mysterious window,.. the pc logs off fine.
I did the exe fix and link fix,.. restarted about 10 times and I'm still able to dbl click icons on desktop. All programs seem to be working fine. All users are working fine as well. :tazz:
BUT!!!,.... I still get that funny window after logging off my profile...
I've enclosed a pic,..
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Edited by Chaze, 01 July 2005 - 06:36 PM.

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try adding it as an attachment.
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Ok, let's look at something else.

Open Notepad.
Copy the text from the box to an empty file.
Save it as ‘export.bat’ to your desktop.
Choose ‘save as all types *.*’

regedit /e c:\logon.txt "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion/Winlogon"

Close Notepad.

Find ‘export.bat’ on your desktop.
Doubleclick the file. It will create a file called ‘logon.txt’ on c:\
Copy the entire text and past it to your reply here in this topic.
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Oh,..I'm not use to having the attachment option... :tazz:

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When I try to save it as export.bat,..it saves as export (without the bat)
and it shows up as one of those icons that can be dbl/right clicked.
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When I try to save it as export.bat,..it saves as export (without the bat)
and it shows up as one of those icons that can be dbl/right clicked.

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I meant CAN'T be dbl/right clicked...
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As you reply to this topic, you see 'File Attachments' at the bottom of the screen.
You can then browse to that file and attach it. Please try. Or try to send it to me using email.
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As you reply to this topic, you see 'File Attachments' at the bottom of the screen.
You can then browse to that file and attach it. Please try. Or try to send it to me using email.

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I attached already...
Any info on the "export.bat" thing??

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Use taskmanager to run the export file.
press ctrl+alt+del and choose new task.
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Use taskmanager to run the export file.
press ctrl+alt+del and choose new task.

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When I type in export.bat it comes back with error message..saying windows cannot find this file.

Edited by Chaze, 03 July 2005 - 04:13 AM.

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Well,.. I can't even save it as export.bat.
Is there another way to save it??
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There's no need for now to save it with an other name.
in taskmanager, new task, scroll to the file and choose it. Let it run.

Another thing to try:
Download pv.zip, and unzip it to your desktop.
It will not work if you run it from inside the zip.

Open the pv folder and double-click "runme.bat". A DOS box will open. Select
Type 1 for Explorer Dll's
and press <Enter>.

Notepad will open text in it. Copy and paste the text into a new post.
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There's no need for now to save it with an other name.
in taskmanager, new task, scroll to the file and choose it. Let it run.

Another thing to try:
Download pv.zip, and unzip it to your desktop.
It will not work if you run it from inside the zip.

Open the pv folder and double-click "runme.bat". A DOS box will open. Select
Type 1 for Explorer Dll's
and press <Enter>.

Notepad will open text in it. Copy and paste the text into a new post.

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Hmmm,.. could it be that what ever screwed up my comp, messed up the bat files as well?? They dont seem to be opening..
Nevermind,.. I did the bat fix and it appears to be working.

Edited by Chaze, 03 July 2005 - 04:34 AM.

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