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#1 LuckyLuke

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 03:22 AM

Howdy,

I am running WinXp and have setup another user account on my PC. The new user account is limited. When I log on as that user i get the following error message:

"An exception occurred while trying to run amecsa.cpl. RUN_DLL"

If I change the user account from limited to administrator i no longer get the error message.
I know that amecsa.cpl is loading the Control Panel applet, but how do I keep the user account as limited and not get the error message?

I would appreciate any help....

Thanks

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 10:33 AM

This program is supposed to load an ADSL modem Control Panel applet. I am hoping you have a dsl modem.

Obviously the applet needs administrator rights to run, but it should not affect your Internet connection.

Poor programming and a little annoying, but I would probably just ignore it.

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 11:13 AM

This program is supposed to load an ADSL modem Control Panel applet. I am hoping you have a dsl modem.

Obviously the applet needs administrator rights to run, but it should not affect your Internet connection.

Poor programming and a little annoying, but I would probably just ignore it.


Yes the program does load an ADSL modem applet in Control Panel, and yes I do have a dsl modem.

But it is irritating, since either I make additional users Administrators - which I don't wanna do, or like you say ask them to ignore the error message...
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Posted 16 December 2005 - 12:11 PM

You might try complaining to your ISP, maybe the next go around they will fix the problem.

One other possibility would be to go to start/control panel/performance and maintenance/administrative tools. Click on services icon, find amecsa.cpl and set it to load manually.

If this causes a problem you can reverse the process.




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