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Run time error Window 7

Posted on 2012-03-31
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When I am trying to open shortcut or desktop Icon of my data card internet dongle, I am getting an error.


Runtime Error!

Program E:\Program Files\ ZTE CDMA1X MODEM\Bin\PcmciaApp.exe

R6002

-floating point not loaded


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When trying to open the rar file I am having an error

e:\documents and settings\ tazebama.dll is either not designed to run om windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.



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I earlier installed vm ware 8; opening it I have an error.

VMWare Workstation unrecoverable error, (vthread-3)

Exception 0xc0000005 (access violation) has occured.


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Is there any free tool available; I tried registry easy, this is registry cleaner free nothing happened.

My operating system is window 7
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First of all, I would strongly recommend against using any type of registry cleaner.  Many of them simply do more harm than good, and typically there is very little to be gained by using them.

How long have you had these problems?  It may be wise to use the System Restore function to drop back to a snapshot of the operating system before the problems started:

How to Do a System Restore in Windows 7
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If System Restore does not help you, try running System File Checker at an admin prompt (SFC /SCANNOW) and allow to complete and restart. If errors occurred, run SFC a second time.

VMware Workstation is quite well behaved. If it will not install, SFC does not work and System Restore does not work, then it will be time to re-install Windows fresh.

..... Thinkpad_User
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i did all no help.

i have window7 in my pen drive if i do repair then it can delete the data in that drive
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So then if none of that worked, you need to back up your data and reinstall windows.
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Is that what your "E:" drive is... a USB stick?  Have you been successfully running Windows 7 from a USB drive before now?  In my experience, this type of configuration can be very problematic.  Is there a compelling reason why you are not running Win7 from that actual hard drive?
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E DRIVE IS NOT ANY EXTRA HARD DRIVE IT I A LOGICAL PARTITION.

i have edrive equal to sysvol file.

I reallneed a solution and still i am having errors
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I think the solution you need is already above:  Back up and re-install Windows in order to correct these significant issues. .... Thinkpads_User
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ok out of c,d,e,f,g,h  should I backup all the data or just e drive that is sys vol file. I have data in my pen drive hence i shall run the setup and choose repair. Will it reinstall the entire system or just the edrive please tell?
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Your operating system is on the C: drive, so you need to re-install the complete system.
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OS is in e drive the system has c,d,e,f,g,h partition.  Am  I doing right double clicking the setup in window after attaching the pen drive to system. Guess repair will check only e drive .
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That sounds ok if your OS is on the E: drive.  ... Thinkpads_User
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You probably should re-think your partitions if you can. Windows 7 will be happiest on the C: Drive, and you should not have any USB keys inserted while installing (at least I would not).

Having Windows on drive E: and somehow apparently dependent on a USB key may be the cause of your original issue.  ... Thinkpads_User
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I have been usingit since two years since few days the issue started.
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thanks however i did it
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Thank you, and I was pleased to help you with this. ... Thinkpads_User
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