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Networking Problems

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#1 VicMoore


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Posted 02 December 2014 - 05:56 PM

Hi Everyone, this is my first post, so please excuse any spelling/grammar errors.


Well, last night I turned on my Vista, went through the login screen, and the taskbar wouldn't come up. I tried manually starting the explorer.exe process through task manager, but to no avail. I do Ctrl+Alt+Del, log out, and log back in. Then it works fine. Then it tells me that it couldn't start the service that lets limited users log on. And that the Networking DHCP Client can not start. I thought mabey it was Java, so I uninstalled it and went to my secondary comp, downloaded the Offline Java Installer, and ran it. It encountred the error code 1603. It it because of the networking? Please help! Thanks.

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 05 December 2014 - 08:23 PM

Hello -

Re: Java error code 1603

Object Already Exists. This is a known issue with Microsoft KB2918614 Please fully read and follow the Microsoft KB article.


Thank You -

Extra - Standard text size on the forum is 14 according to our dropdown size box you seem to have selected 18 for some reason  :santa:

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