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Hi all,

I run windows xp, and when i restart my pc and log in it says logging in and then this windows application error box comes up saying...

The application failed to intialize properly (0xc0000005). Click ok to terminate the application.

I click ok and it takes about 5 minutes to load my desktop?
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Take a look here - same error message - http://discussion.au...threadID=357551

This resolved this particular probvlem.
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Ive tried that and it doesnt work.

It says you have to click control panel then system.

I cant find the system button in my control panel?
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is that the full message or does it give you anything else?

can you check your event manager to get the actual software that isn't starting?
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No, it doesnt give me anything else.

And how do i get to the event manager?
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start > run, type
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs that happened at the SAME time as your problem...list them here.


i meant event viewer..sorry
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I type in lots of things like eventviewer, event viewer.msc and it says that windows cannot find that application?
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Well, if it is a program that is loading , rather failing to load or initialize, u may want to get rid of that program... That is what it seems to me....

First off, click on ur <start menu> select <All Programs> and goto the <Startup> folder and post all the program slisted there

then, goto <Start Menu> and click <Run>
Type msconfig into the dialog box and hit enter..

Goto startup and post all the programs listed theirs

Don't just start deleting things or unchecking startup items. If u r unsure what something does, it may cause <SEVERE> problems worse than what you are experiencing

I don't know why u r trying to goto message viewer or whatever... If ur are trying to view the message, check to see if you have it set up to log all events or messages...


If u would like to make a log of the boot then do the following

In the MSCONFIG program, click on the BOOT.INI tab and look for the checkbox that says "/BOOTLOG " and check that boxc... I believe that this logs to a logfile in the base directory (ie, if your drive is C, it would be c:\logfile.log... ) I am sure it would have an extension of .log.. but I could be wrong.. Either way, it willl be pretty simple to find the logfile...



If u do get a bootlog, please post as well..
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Its still happening.

My other post will explain it a bit more...

http://www.geekstogo...0&gopid=445442

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According to the picture in your first post, this is malware related, so please post a HJT log in the Malware Forum (The link to it is in my signature) and let an malware expert help you.

If you are still having problems aftering being given a clean bill of health from the malware expert, then please return to THIS thread and we will pursue other options to help you solve your current problem.

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How do i put a hijack log in?
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OK,

Ive done the instructions at http://discussion.au...threadID=357551.

Now, when i restart my pc, when i click restart it doesn't come up with any errors which it usually does. But it hasn't fixed the nasty error coming up when i restart my pc!!!

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