atstart up of xp i get the error message no disk in drive. any ideas?It sounds like something starting up is trying to access a removable drive. Try msconfig.exe to remove all startup programs. Also test Safe Mode to see if it occurs. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
quot; I'm told to reinstall and reactivate using the setup disks on the PC. I have done this several times but keep receiving the same message. Anyone know a fix for this? Thanks in advance for your help.For clarification: the error message appears on the Xbox. Thanks!The first thing to do is to check the Application, System, Security, and Media Center Event Viewer logs (right click My
what to do or look for????? Please someone help me.Please post the exact conent of the error message.I get similar message when using Photoshop Elements Organizer, when it tries to open catalog it says it cannot and gets message "The ODBC data source reported the following error [Microsoft][OBDC Driver Manager]Data source name not found and no default driver specified" Adobe
I get an error message 0x80242006 when trying to install a security update. Any ideas what is wrong here?Same problem here when trying to install "Security Update for Windows XP (KB913446)," and I cannot find any explanation for the error code.
Center (either through remote or launching application) I get the following error message: ehshell.exe- Common Language Runtime Debugging Services Application has generated an expection tht could not be handled Process id=0xe18(3608), Thread id = 0xe20(3616) I then click Cancel to DEBUG an get the following message ehshell.exe-No debugger found Registerd JIT debugger not available. An attempt
I just bought a brand new Dell XPS 400 with the 2004 Media Center Edition and everytime I turn the computer on, I get the error message CTMBHA.DLL It says something about the dynamic library failing or something like that. How do I fix this error?Well if Dell can not provide you an answer then you tell them to replace the computer since it apparently has never worked correctly since they
this is when I record a movie usually I would get the picture of the movie cover now I do not and constantly get that error message. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.I recently updated my NVIDIA drivers, and since then I get the same message right before my machine freezes trying to use my Recorded TV option. Hope somebody can help, also. BobI had the same problem with media center
video drivers. Radeon 9200. Now all of my video codecs are hosed. I can watch vcd video only. No svcd or dvd. I receive an error message when Media Center is about to load saying that it is incompatible with the drivers. I also receive a message saying I cannot view videos from a remote connection. I am not trying to view from a remote connection. I have tried rolling back drivers, updating
Ever since installing the most recent updates to Vista I get this error message. Any suggestions on what the issue is? Media Centre worked fine up to dll, and then press ENTER. atimcenc.dll is now unregistered. What do I do if the regsrv32 command fails or returns an error? If you followed the regsrv32 command steps to disable the atimcenc.dll codec and the steps didn't work, you
This is the exact and entire message: The procedure entry point GetPrcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library PSAPI.DLL Smart Bridge alert: .DLL and it worked. I added the word old to it and that was all it needed. All that long error message seems like overkill lol Hope you all find answers too, could try the windrivers.com forum, very knowledgeable people there
I just purchase HP Media Center Photosmart PC m7170n. I'm getting a "Loss of Signal" error message when I try to watch live TV. It worked for about 30 minutes and then stopped. I tried calling HP. They were no help. I thinking about returning the computer. Any ideas?Check the HP Support web site for any
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signature: szAppName: ehrecvr.exe szAppVer: 5.1.2715.3011 szModName: mcm2ve.ax szModVer: 184.108.40.20628 Offset: 0000b9a2 I appreciate any thoughts anyone might have as to the cause of this error message and what I might do to correct it. DwayneDo you have the MainConcept MPEG-2 Video Encoder installed on your computer? If so, that's what is causing the crash (based on the component mcm2ve
it didnt. So after trying several things and the computer being relatively new, I reformatted the hard disc and started over. Everything was fine again, until the other day when it gave the same error message. Now I have to much on the drive and would prefer not to reformat unless it was a last resort. I have checked my graphics drivers and am running Nvidia Pure Video, which is compatible
this computer, and I did not install anything new. Any ideas?I'd like to know the answer also - I started getting this error message yesterday; up to that point no error.See if this helps you Windows Messenger error in Media Center Edition 2005 http://jtsang.blogspot.com/2008/08/windows-messenger-error-in-media-center.htmlI've seen a couple mentions of this here and there. It
I've been receiving the following error message when I try to open Internet Explorer. It gives me the option to Debug, Send Error Report, or Don't Send. When I click on any of these options, it causes my computer to restart on it's own. Everytime! I dont know what happened or what to do! Can someone help?!? This is what the message says: (The Blue Bar says: "Services and
I continually get the following error message when trying to make videos: Microsoft Visual C+ Runtime Library Runtime Error! Program: C:\ProgramFile\MovieMaker\moviemk.exe This application has requested the runtime to terminate in a very unusual way.Post here:- news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.windowsxp.moviemaker S.Sengupta[MS-MVP]Thank you for answering but I am
I have an AlienWare machine and have been receiving the following error message anytime I am running the actual Media Center application: The instruction at "0x07672700" referenced memory at "0x08e68c28". The memory could not be "read". Click on OK to terminate the program. I didn't have this error until recently and I'm not sure if it has anything to do
with the CD in (this CD was used to install the internet connection previously), it starts to run the installation software and then gives me an error message about an error it has encountered and asks the usual - do you want to send an error message question.There are other start-up tools besides msconfig that are more thorough. Hang on a sec, I'll scout up a couple of URLs. Here
mode now. I realise that Microsoft never released Media Centre as a independant retail version, so I am not sure what Setup CD ROM this message means. I have found on the internet that if I had the Setup CD then I could do a 'repair install' instead of the 'last known good configuration' and it just returned to the same error message. Thanks for helping. Crystal
w/ 2 problems in XP Media Center involving defrag & chkdsk: 1) attempted to run chkdsk from the command prompt with no success due to the error message: cannot open volume for direct access; 2) now when I attempt to run defrag I get the error message: disk defragmenter has detected that check disk has been scheduled to run. Please run check disk. Now I am stuck in this loop because I can
. Although live TV would work, it wouldn't do any recordings! I think the final resolution was to go through the entire TV setup again. Dave Re: Error message - critical process failure Exactly the same thing happened to my Media Center at the same time. There were some windows updates that happened that night so I'm assuming them. What ever I do Media Center crashes.
) and MCE hasn't worked since. I only get one channel, can't change channels, can't download the guide and if I click on "spotlight" or anything else I get a error message of: EHShell.exe-common language runtime debugging services Application has generated an exception that count not behandles Process id=0xda4 (3492) Thread id=0x198 (408) If I click to debug I get a
I just upgraded from Win 98SE to Windows XP Professional, and now when I want to play some media on my Windows Media Player, I get the error message "Internal error has occured" and it will not play. I suspect that other programs - previously loaded under Win 98SE - will also fail to function properly. What is the answer here? JoeI would ask this question in the microsoft.public.