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help cant install spybot


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jellesi

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when i trying to install spybot this error comes up error creating registry key:hkey_classes_\dissable and regCreatekeyex failed code 5 access is denied pls help nobody sems to be helping me when evr i post something pls ty
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phybyr0ptyk

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Do you have any other security programs running that protect your registry?
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i had one but i think i deleted it
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completly remove the setup program you have for spybot now and go download it again and retry. Hope this helps. I am currently experiencing a problem with the tea timer but I hope to work that out soon.
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i have another problem as well i keep getting this at start up that i need to install the pci simple communication controller
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are you on a desktop or laptop?
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desktop
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I suggest that you shutdown, open the tower and take out the modem PCI. Then put it back in and make sure its in firmly. Reboot and the machine should automatically recognize the modem.

if you dont feel comfortable doing that then,


Try uninstalling the modem and drivers - click on Control Panel > System > Device Manager > double click - Modems > right click - uninstall, click OK.

Reboot your computer and the Found New Hardware wizard should start, put the modem drivers CD into the drive and follow the onscreen instructions(if you have it) - make sure the XP drivers are the ones selected - and finish the process. Reboot and you should find it working ok. If not go to the Manufacturers website and look for the latest XP drivers.

*edit* your profile says XP, so Im assuming your using XP if not then get the drivers for the OS that you are using.

Edited by phybyr0ptyk, 09 July 2005 - 11:16 PM.

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ok i got another problem here i got another error the ASCTRM servise failded to start du e to the following error the system cannot find the file specified
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i check this out on google and i found out this could be bad how can i remove this pls ty
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do you have real player (aka realone) installed? if so uninstall it.
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Man, I swear I posted in this thread already.....are the other problems still going on?
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not to jump the gun here...but...how much of the data on your drive do you need to keep? do you have an XP cd? it may be easier to start over than to fix this....keep hoping for the answer...but don't discount a reinstall if you have the tools
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