Doug Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Naggar Staff Moderators 16,620 posts Location: USA Interests: Security, Windows, Windows Update, malware prevention ID: 7 Posted Now for the bad news, I continued with your suggestions and opened IE for the first time in ages and it will not do squat. You just made my day! Helpful +34 Report venkat Nov 9, 2008 10:41PM I experienced the same problem.
Windows XP and Windows 2000 Users The following solution may be used by Windows XP and Windows 2000 users. everything was fine yesterday I logged off and when I went to log on again all my desktop icons had the IE logo instead of the normal icon pics and when If this doesnt come up and there is a restore button on your folder options dialogue window click that and all should be ok. Exe File Not Opening In Windows 7 Report CHIKIS- Apr 20, 2010 03:55AM OMG!!!
Report bookcoach- Oct 21, 2009 01:13PM I tried the dougknox fix but it didn't work. Report $u$pect- Apr 21, 2010 05:17AM JADEwithTROUBLE : Try This Same used - http://www.dougknox.com Then click - 'Win XP Fixes' Then click - 'File Association Fixes' Then - 'EXE File Association Thank you very much! http://ccm.net/faq/1570-unable-to-run-executable-files-exe-on-windows Do have patience as it likely will take longer.It may seem to stall at moments, but have patience; it will move on.You'll see a progress bar at top right of window.Hopefully
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites DougH Advanced Member Topic Starter Honorary Members 105 posts ID: 8 Posted December 14, 2012 Actually I believe it https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/555067 Windows Installer service could not be accessed. Exe Files Not Opening Windows Xp If you press the ok or close button it invisibly installs itself, keeps you from opening control panel items, task manager, or any anti virus software. Exe Fixer Tool For Windows Xp Only follow my guidance.And make sure you do not use nor run any "registry optimizer" or "maximizer" or "cleaner".Most registry cleaners can well lead to bigger & worse issues.Do this next
I noticed it changed the registry... news THANKS! Helpful +45 Report $u$pect Apr 20, 2010 04:52PM Same used - http://www.dougknox.com Then click - 'Win XP Fixes' Then click - 'File Association Fixes' Then - 'EXE File Association Fix' And IT WORKED!!!!! Unable To Open Any Programs In Windows Xp
Report what- Apr 7, 2010 06:06PM i have a problem I go to start >all programs and almost all folders say empty I cant go on paint and other things Report Report jlh- May 1, 2010 07:22AM thank youu sooooo much. I just got hit with that stupid Internet Security 2010 Malware. have a peek at these guys Thank you sososo much.
Head to your Control Panel and click Folder Options. Xp Exe Fix Help would be greatly appreciated. Select the File Type tab and click New: Type EXE into the File Extension field, and then click OK: The EXE extension will be automatically selected.
However if you would like to help us, you may consider making a donation. The malware was successfully removed using SuperAntiSpyware, but the registry change was already done. Report Jas› Jas - Apr 7, 2010 09:50AM you couldn't access the registry properly? Rstassociations files won't open in windows XP Started by DougH, December 13, 2012 .exe 70 posts in this topic Prev 1 2 3 Next Page 1 of 3 DougH Advanced
But when I try to "open" it, nothing happens. Answer yes to the import prompt." http://digg.com/software/Joyfax_Fax_Server_Fax_software_Windows_Fax_Server_Netwo Helpful +7 Report Triple V Feb 11, 2010 08:33PM Thanks so much for the dougknox fix! Report Franks- Feb 28, 2010 11:38AM WOW thanks soooo much Em your method worked and all my programs are working again by one click thanks alot saved me big time I check my blog Back to top #7 Eyesee Eyesee Bleepin Teck Shop BC Advisor 3,455 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:In the middle of Kansas Local time:05:42 AM Posted 13 July 2011 - 01:04 PM
I had the same problem. I don't know if java has squat to do with shockwave so for me it's a shot in the dark.I will monitor this thread to see if you have any more Save the log.Do a Select ALL, Copy. Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply