How To Fix Explorer.exe Application Error In Xp
Explorer.exe Application Error On Startup Windows 7
SpyHunter. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If we have ever helped you in the past, explorer.exe application error windows 10 please consider helping us. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). If you accept cookies from explorer.exe application error 0xc0000022 this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Using the site is easy and fun. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions
in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Click here to Register a free account now! or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. XP - problems with logging into desktop (Explorer.EXE Application Error) Started by Doranwen , Apr 15 2013 01:41 AM Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 Next » This topic is locked 67 replies to this topic #1 Doranwen Doranwen Members 35 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:38 AM Posted 15 April 2013 - 01:41 AM I have an XP desktop that suddenly froze, and upon rebooting twice (it wouldn't get to a login screen the first time for some reason), started presenting me with the network administrator-style login box instead of the standard XP Home login that I'm used to (but no Domain option like I see on my computer at work, just username/password). My password would not work (gave me the standard message about passwords needing to be checked), but if I entered NO password, it would appear to log on, bring up my desktop background .
WINDOWS XP STEPS: Open the registry dialog box Don't know? Click here for guide.. windows explorer has stopped working Follow the address: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows] You will see the string called sfc /scannow load, and its value is something like this: msuwflvuSSsc.exe The Registry Editor Make sure you
have permission to edit the key Click "Edit"-> "Permissions"... Edit > Permission Then tick the box "Full Control"in the "Allow" Then, click "Apply"-> "OK" Now, modify http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/491753/xp-problems-with-logging-into-desktop-explorerexe-application-error/ the value of "load". Click on "load" -> Click "Edit" -> Click "Modify" Modify the value Now, it will appear like below. Modify the value Delete the value and click "OK" Delete the value Make sure the load value is empty The value for load is empty Close the regedit dialog box, and http://systemcomputertech.blogspot.com/2013/05/how-to-fix-explorer-exe-error-everytime-windows-start-up.html restart your PC/Laptop. YOU ARE DONE!! Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Categories: System Newer Post Home 5 comments: repairpcMon May 06, 06:13:00 PM 2013thank you!! Working!!ReplyDeleteMohit ChauhanThu Feb 13, 01:03:00 PM 2014thank u so much..it's workingReplyDeleteIMA HackerTue Apr 01, 07:31:00 AM 2014Didnt work same thing as before :(ReplyDeleteAnonymousTue Apr 29, 10:51:00 AM 2014really thanks for detailed description it helps and really its working...ReplyDeleteRohidas SangaleFri Nov 06, 02:03:00 AM 2015It's really work hm...ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Popular Posts Simple Trick to Bypass ISP's blocking Certain Website So Can Access Blocked Website (DNS Tricks) Hello readers.. Today, SCT is going to show you a simple method on bypassing ISP's blocked website. This is just for your knowledg... What is HP Mini 110 Boot Key The HP Mini 110 Boot key list: F1 = SYSTEM INFORMATION F2 = STARTUP CHECK F9 = CHANGE BOOT DEVICE ORDER F10 = BIOS SETUP OPTION
Follow up Published on April 1, 2014 What Is Explorer.exe? Question about what explorer.exe is start to emerge to surface when more PC users http://blog.vilmatech.com/explorer-exe-causes-explorer-exe-error-solution-follow/ encounter its error message to tell that something needs to shut down https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/microsoft-windows/threads/69351/on-windows-startup-explorer-exe-application-error or something cannot be closed out. Due to the crazy Internet world which not only brings more surprise into people’s life but also virus nightmare, not a few PC users encountering explorer.exe application/runtime error consider the process is virus. Actually, explorer.exe refers to Windows program manager or resource manager, taking explorer.exe application charge of graphic shells of Start menu, task bar, desktop and files. In other word, disabling the process will not show up the icons. It is nothing to do with Internet Explorer (the default browser). Below is its parameter to get some conclusive understanding of explorer.exe. Also it is advisable to finish this article written with answer to FAQs (in the conclusion explorer.exe application error section) as well as solutions to some commonly seen explorer.exe issues. Any help request will be answered promptly if you contact VilmaTech Online Support by pressing on the below live chat button. Explorer.exe Parameter Process: explorer or explorer.exe Function: display Windows interface Process name: Microsoft Windows Explorer Publisher: Microsoft Corp. Belongs to: Microsoft Windows Operating System System process: Yes Background program: No Network access: Yes Hardware associative: No Reasons for Explorer.exe Error It can be generally divided into two kinds of explorer.exe errors, one is application error and the other is run time error. There are many causes including many more programs running simultaneously (insufficient system resource), system failing in running softwares, damaged system files, bad track of hard disk, problems in drivers and virus affection, software conflicts, etc.. In sum, error in operation and the virus injection are the two major causes and lead to the following problems: Multiple explorer.exe processes keep idling to consume CPU. Explorer.exe keeps re-spawning More explorer.exe processes occur on Task Manager to employ limited internal resource. Freezes on both computer and browser can be caught
Ago Hi, Yesterday I had the worst possible nightmare; my 2 year old Sony Vaio laptop running on WinXP Home gave me an error dialogue box on start up, it reads: Explorer.EXE - Application Error The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000006) When I hit “OK” Windows starts up, however I see nothing on my desktop, no start menu, etc zilch… I tried ctrl+alt+del and ran the task “explorer” but I got the same error message above. Now, I tried http://www.myfixes.com/articles/wininet (found on DANIWEB) resolution but unfortunately I hit a brick wall when I realized that I get the same error (above) when I start in all Safe Modes, therefore I can’t run any possible diagnosis or even backup what I have on the laptop to prepare for a full format! I’m not sure exactly what the error is related to, is it a virus? Or is it WinXP just being Microsoft? I don’t know – please help! If worst came to worst and I need a complete format (which I’m trying in vain to avoid) is there anyway I can back up what’s on the C:/ Drive without going through Explorer? Any help would be much appreciated! Thank You. windows-nt-2000-xp janj 4 posts since Feb 2007 Newbie Member 6Contributors 9Replies 10Views 9 YearsDiscussion Span 4 Years Ago Last Post by Jhicks56 0 Joshua Gourgues 1 9 Years Ago Well, about backing up, you honestly have only 1 option here if you can't load Windows...The best thing you can do to backup without fixing your EXPLORER error is to remove the hard drive from your computer and SLAVE it to a WORKING computer and then copy the files either to CD, DVD, or another Hard Drive. I'll work on finding a resolution for your EXPLORER error though ;-) 0 Discussion Starter janj 9 Years Ago Thanks Joshua, I have limited knowledge on PC Desktop components, so taking apart a laptop would be seriously out of my league... I have searched high and low on Google and Microsoft for a fix, but no one offers a complete solution. If you find anything it would be extremely welcomed! Cheers. 0 gerbil 216 9 Years Ago Ok, looks like you can get into Advanced Startup Options [cos u got to the safe mode options..], so try Last Known Good Config [which is saved when windows last did a successful shutdown]. One other thing, since when u have the blank screen you can get task manager up, in the Run box paste this: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe -that will give u access to your restore points. Let us know how you go... 0 Discussion Starter janj 9 Years Ago Hi Gerbil, Sorry I should have documented this in the original post, I tried the "Last Known Good Config" option which gave me the same problem. I