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Hi Assis and thanks for your reply. My Account | Log Out | Advertise Search: Home Forums About Us Geek Culture Advertise Contact Us FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts about Add/Remove Windows components Add/Remove Windows Components Fax Services I Killed Add/Remove Windows Components Add/Remove Windows Components Add/Remove Windows Components -- how? I'm running XP Pro, with AVG FRee and Ashampoo firewall. this contact form

But that might be for an old version. Setup ASP.NET dev. Welcome to Techspot btw. :wave: I already am logged in as an Administrator. Unfortunately, Bob whose assistance is greatly appreciated unsubscribed from the discussion.I will report th result.

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It also tells how to disable those 2 programs, so they don't run. May 16, 2011 #5 bobcat TechSpot Paladin Posts: 688 +67 Have you installed VAIOXP by any chance? But if Login into the new (dummy) account I can only delete that account. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

This time, I have "Add/Remove Programs Control Panel" component in my xpe image. Restart the computer and check inside the Documents and Settings folder to make sure your User Account folder IS deleted. (You may have to use the TOOLS drop-down menu in either That is why this forum is here.I don't know anything about Revo Uninstaller. Sysocmgr.exe Error I've been using for years Outlook and never used (and will not use) Outlook Express.

My concern is exactly as you described it: that the system will slow down or, even worse, will become unstable. Kailua Kid LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid If a Drow Druid uses Wild Shape to turn into a Spider, what is the range of their Darkvision? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - "Add/Remove Windows Components" does not work by vertical123 / February 24, 2010 11:27 PM PST In reply to: It's not as hard as

To do a backup on my hard disk, it takes 1 hour 30 minutes. I like the process to solve the problems and learn from the mistakes. Of > course,> after I downloaded that file, I had to expand half a dozen other files > from> my i386 folder before I finally could access the menu. All rights reserved.

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I ask because it has been reported to cause the problem you describe. Posted 02 December 2005 - 06:38 AM That would be the "sysocmgr.exe" process running at startup Right click your taskbar and click "Task manager" and click the process tab and see Sysocmgr.exe Windows 7 I removed the line about longside and when I tried opening Add/Remove Windows Component, it worked! Sysoc.inf Windows 7 I put my XP CD in and it gives me the same message when I try to view the disc.

although, a message appeared saying "There is more than one instance of component 'Royal'. http://ict4m.org/windows-7/windows-gadgets-not-working-properly-windows-7.php The specific error code is 0x2 at >> > line>> > 2088999411.>> >>> > Then:>> >>> > The application could not be initialized.>> >>> > Any help would be greatly appreciated.>> Then can you explain your definition of "crap"?My advice: leave it as it is. Once I click it, I get error message: "Setup was unable to open informatioin file msslight.inf" "The application cannot be initialized".I googled the problem, found varous advices online but nothing works.Thank Sysocmgr.exe Download

  • LookinAround said: ↑ This is my best GUESS (and why) > And since it's only a guess, please proceed at your own risk, back things up, etc.
  • In this way you bypass the protection of XP home) From the Win2000 cd (Pro or Server) take the files: iis.dl_ and iis.in_ that are in the i386 folder and copy
  • When you have invalid entries, it makes it take a little longer.When Windows XP came out, my uninstaller program no longer worked, and I never bothered to buy a new one.

There is a file C:\windows\inf\sysoc.inf that controls what shows up in the add remove programs menu. NOTE:The disc must also be sp3 in order for this to work. Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? navigate here Elvandil, Nov 28, 2011 #4 Bearspa Thread Starter Joined: Apr 5, 2004 Messages: 96 Subsequent to posting my earlier message, I had tried all your suggestions, Elvandil, Phantom010 and Jason83, but

The specific error code is 0x2 at line> 2088999411.>> Then:>> The application could not be initialized.>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.> AnonymousJul 14, 2005, 11:31 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general Please double check it out. ?MSN isn't a program? ? Couldn't sign you in, please try again.

Again, it DOESN?T take up much space and those files MAY be needed to make Windows work properly.

What features do you envision your users adding? You said, ?I will try the procedure tonight and will post the result.? So I think you've got a misunderstanding of how it works.Even "Windows Messenger" isn't clear however. Several functions may not work.

See if that works.~ Barry Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - "Add/Remove Windows Components" does not work by vertical123 / February 24, 2010 10:33 AM PST In reply to: Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Not correct. That is a little too technical for ME, but Bob is good at that and he can help you if you do a hijack this (and the other things the team http://ict4m.org/windows-7/windows-update-not-working-windows-7-home-premium.php May 17, 2011 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics Windows XP cannot open task manager, add or remove, view system info

Is there missing any component? Or is it? But you can try what I found elsewhere: You can remove MSN explorer from the computer by un installing it. If we were talking about a regular program, I would not hesitate to use it but what I would like to remove is Outlook Express; MSN Messenger; MSN - the things

In the Command Prompt, type expand X:\i386\sysoc.in_ -r c:\windows\inf (Where X:\ is your CD-ROM drive letter. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content The Elder Geek on Windows Forums Members Calendar Thread Status: Not open for further replies. TechSpot is a registered trademark.

I told you HOW you COULD uninstall them but recommended AGAINST deleting their folders. May 16, 2011 #6 abe10tiger TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 770 +10 bobcat said: ↑ Have you installed VAIOXP by any chance? I didn't know there was an express version of iis. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 23, 2010 5:57 AM PST In reply to: "Add/Remove Windows Components" feature does not work Uninstall then reinstall SilverLight.

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