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CTF Loader Error Message

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Pastrygeek, Sep 5, 2006.

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  1. Pastrygeek

    Pastrygeek Thread Starter

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    I keep getting the error message "CTF Loader cannot load, etc." I have eliminated all the Office files that I can find, but I still keep getting the error message. Any suggestions for eliminating this constant nuisance message would be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. ozrom1e

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    How to repair Office
    Start > control panel > add/remove > select Microsoft Office and then click change > select Repair Office when the menu appears. This should repair any errors in Office.
    (you may need your Office Disk ready, unless there is a ghost image called 'ose.exe' installed on your computer.
     
  3. Johanne

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    Many thanks, I was getting the same problem and tried repairing and it appears to work.
     
  4. Ruby888

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    I also got this CTF loader problem recently. The error message showed up when I started my pc or browsed different websites each time. I tried your suggestion and it worked right away. It did require my original CD disc. Now my computer runs faster. Thanks very much for your suggestion!
     
  5. rehmann

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    I have run into the same problem here for some unknown reason. I have now tried this repair and hope that it fixes the problem. I'll advise one way or the other as I check this out. Thanks
    Steve Rehmann
     
  6. Elvandil

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    Start > All Programs > Control Panel > Select Date,Time,Language and Regional Options.

    Then select Regional and Language Options. Click on Languages > Select Text Services and Input Languages > Settings > Advanced . Check "Turn Off Advanced Text Services".
     
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