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is not a valid win 32 application

when I try to install a custom program made by a programmer for our group
using windows xp

program works on windows 10 and windows 8

.exe file is complete and I used usb to transfer

when I google
is not a valid win 32 application
results say "does not download correctly"
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Dear experts,

The attached screen dump is from my laptop.

It is touchscreen enabled laptop. I use it most of the time to take my notes (in tablet mode-landscape mode). My tablet is connected to big screen through a HDMI chord.

I often find that the laptop does not rotate the screen to adopt to the correct side. It somehow gets locked (on its own) though I have never  turned on the  rotation lock option

I read somewhere in one of the web-pages that this is a flaw in Windows10. In order to oversome this challenge the website adviced to keep the tablet in potrait  mode then the rotation lock in setting would be released.

CAn someone please guide me to fix this issue so that the rotation lock is never on. I can easily switch sides and the screen would accordingly change.


Thank you
Rotation-lock.pdf
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In using the Folder Redirection policy to redirect Documents on a Windows XP computer, the redirection is working properly and no files are populating in the CSC folder after the policy runs which is what is wanted.  The problem is that under C:\Documents and Settings\Domain Profile\My Documents data is showing up there from the user account's server Redirection folder.  This XP machine has a small hard drive (60 GB) and immediately will fill up causing the machine to not work.  
On the AD server looking at the Folder Redirection policy folder on GPMC.MSC and going to the properties of the documents. Under Target, the setting is Basic, Redirect Everyone's folder to the same locale.  Under Settings, Create a folder fgor each under the root path is selected with Grant the user exclusive rights to Docs and Move the contents of the Documents to the new location both checked.  Apply redirection policy to Win 2000, etc. is not selected.
Under Policy Removal -- Leave the folder in the new location when policy is removed is selected and Redirect the folder back to the local user profile location when the policy is removed is not selected.  How do you stop the server document Redirection data from going back to the local machine's local profile under C:\Documents and Settings\Domain Profile\My Documents and filling this small XP machine's hard drive.
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Hi i have to copy specific backup file that is latest backup from source to destination.
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when running a runtime calibration, what is being calibrated the ups device or the battery?
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Windows 10 programs won't open. When I try to open a program at first it works then after about 15 minutes when I try to open a new program the timer comes up, like it is trying to open the program but instead the computer goes into a had lock up in which the mouse and keyboard don't respond and the task bar, which I kep hidden, won't even slide up from the bottom.

Computer
Windows 10 ver 17.9
Pentium I5
Asus p2b motherboard
8 megs ram
512 ssd hard drive

John
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Hello everyone,

I have tried everything to solve my problem together with 5 other tech gurus. There is only one solution left that we couldn't figure out, that is running system restore on windows xp (I use it for old software).

System restore points started to fail to complete and now they are vanishing. Even though there is enough space, system restore is working fine (recent restore point complete successfully) and restore points aren't corrupted since I've ran them successfully a couple of weeks ago.

The problem is that the restore point that I know works fine and could fix everything (I know because I've ran it before) is no longer visible in system restore but seems to be still in the system volume information folder.

My question is if there's a way to make the restore point visible in system restore or if there's a way to run system restore from somewhere else like from the system volume information folder.

Please do not suggest an OS reinstall. If you need further clarification, do not hesitate to ask.

Thanks in advance.
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Windows XP

118K

Solutions

78K

Contributors

Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.