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Franky

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#1
Hi

Since ressently when I open MyDocuments I get an error message (see attachment)

Wath can I do about this ? I dont want to format the whole thing bacause I have to copy arround 19 gig then over a network and that take's a WHILE

Greetings Franky:confused:
 
#2
You don't mention whether this error is a regular occurance, or a 'one off'
If it's a one off, then may be it was an unusual clash of processes. If, on the other hand, it is a regular practice then I would suggest a software clash. What other programmes are normally running when it happens?? What auto-start programmes are resident in memory ?? etc. etc. If there is a pattern, please ilucidate (is my spelling correct, it hurt my brain to get that word out!).

ta ta TOK
 
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Franky

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Nope it happens reguraly but it's random with differant programs running but messenger ICQ norton av 2002 and my network connections are olways running so... It's a real pain bacause everytime it does that I have to leave my pc alone for a few minutes bacause it just gives me the background :(

Greetz Franky:rolleyes:
 
#4
lol - as soon as I read the thread topic i pretty much guessed what this would be about... Visual Basic... :)

Looks like u need the l8est VB Runtime Libary... downloaded them yesteday on a m8s comp cos it was getting similar error msg...
It normally wouldn't occour for a normal user... u must be using a VB programme which has soemthing to do with your My Documents folder...
anywayz... enough waddling:
download them here:

http://www.tucows.com type in Visual Basic in search string... will give u a list m8

Enjoy :)

MdSalih
 
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Franky

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#5
Hi

Good news is that I don't get that error message again

BAD NEWS is that I get a different one a bigger one :(

I downlouded the visual basic library 5.0 and 6.0 from tucows installed both of them.
I hope I don't get in to troubles bacaus I needed to overwrite some dll's that where newer than the one I was installing :s


So hope you boy's and girl's know the answer I'm beath that's for sure

Greetz Franky
 
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Speed4Ever

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#6
Do you have Windows File Protection (or System File Protection, whichever it is this year :D ) shut off?
 

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