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The Application failed to intialize properly (0x0000022)


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#1 Gene530

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 10:55 AM

Hello there i need some help with this problem, i been online for the past 24hrs and i cant seem to find a solution.

My Problem is every time i turn my laptop on right at the login screen i get explorer.exe - Application Error The Application failed to intialize properly (0x0000022). Click ok to terminate the application and i get a black sceen with the mouse.

So when i bring up Task Manager there is only about 5 or 6 Processes running, now if i try to run a new task with explorer.exe i get the same error.

But if i right click on csrss.exe or on winlogon.exe i get Perform Administrative Task if i select it the task manager closes and reopens with a whole bunch of new processes and now i am able to run a new Task with explorer.exe and i get my Desktop and every thing starts to work.

I have scanned for Virus and Malware reinstalled Service Pack, also started up in selective starup with only system services and Repairing windows form a disc, Oh and the machine boots up fine in SAFE Mode with no errors at all so can any one help me out here? thanx in advance

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 04:14 PM

Start/Run...type eventvwr.exe and hit Enter.

Take a look at errors...not info items or warnings...reflected on the Application tab.

Double-click the 3 most recent...look at the detail...post the detail here. Also post the Source and Event code listed for those three on the Application tab of EV.

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 04:50 PM

Thanks for the reply but i gave up and i just wiped out the machine, so you guys can closed this thanks again.

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 08:49 PM

Understood, thanks for the feedback, happy computing :).

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