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(0xc0150004) errors afer patition copy

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by robal3878, Feb 16, 2007.

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  1. robal3878

    robal3878 Thread Starter

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    its a bit of a long and confusing story.
    Im fixing a friends computer that has the OS windows xp home sp2 in stalled on a sata hdd
    its an older boart and ther is no bios suport for a boot from the sata hdd.
    unfortunatly the primary ide had been formated so the boot was.. not to good
    if first attemted to copy the partition using partition magic 8 which faild quoting a memory access error whenever i tried to start the copying process. i was useing an external sata to usb 2.0 adapter. after a couple of atemps the partiton disapeard.
    I then pluge the hdd into my own machines mother board, which has sata support and is running xp pro sp2.
    when windows rebooted chkdsk came up and scaned the hdd fix errors and the contents of the drive where visable again. i then copyed the partition, using paragon hdd manager 6 on to the ide drive and put it back into the original system along with the sata hdd.
    the system then booted and when streight into windows.
    only now i have the "application failed to start (0xc0150004)"
    this occours on msnmsgr.exe windows mediaplayer and unlead dvd maker
    i have tried re installing the programs an repair install of windows
    scans with avg free7.5 and avg antispyware 7.7 in safe mode and normal.
    I'm at a loss
    I'll post the hijack this logs from normal mode and safe mode.
    if anyone can help me i'd would be greatly appreciated.
     

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  2. Rollin' Rog

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    You may not have done a "clean" reinstall of the programs producing the error.

    After you have uninstalled them look for any remaining folders and delete them.

    You may even wish to look into a registry cleaner, although I don't have any personal recommendations and don't use them myself.

    Commonly overlooked are the data folders for such programs in the following location:

    C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data

    The "Application Data" directory is normally hidden and you have to have "show hidden files" enabled in Folder Options > View
     
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