CNET Unable To Open Any Programs In Windows Xp

Upon restarting Xorg, you can test your changes using the xrandr command. Had to restart into safe mode (F8 key before the XP Logo displays), do a system restore to a couple weeks back. For example, your command line could look something like: WINEDEBUG=-all wine program.exe More advanced users and programmers interested in debugging Wine should see Debug Channels and the Developers wiki pages. have a peek here Report vijay- Apr 8, 2010 at 11:49 PM Hi J Man.

I restarted the WXP and got nothing. Windows Xp Exe Fix by Tufenuf / September 9, 2007 8:58 PM PDT In reply to: still stuck! Fake or infected DLLs can cause you great pain, even on Wine.

See IRC for more important information. 2 Installing Wine 2.1 What are the system requirements for Wine?

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Use a precompiled binary package for your operating system/distribution (see the Wine download page for links and additional information). You can download this script from this link [ Select Right Click and Save as ] once downloaded right click and then select install. Click On Exe File And Nothing Happens install other applications which do include them.

Link to fix. If you cant open your virus protection then try right clicking on the virus link or exe or even a txt file and select open with on the menu. Report Tina- Mar 8, 2010 at 06:37 AM Hi, i had the same problem in my PC. Check This Out Report donlemon- Mar 29, 2010 at 12:05 AM thank you u've saved my pc Report me- Mar 29, 2010 at 11:53 AM hi Ive had the same problem and OMG you've

The IRC channel: #WineHQ on It will not prevent Windows applications from reading your entire filesystem, and will prevent you from running Windows applications that aren't reachable from a Wine drive (like C: or D:). KUDOS!!!!!!!!!! It shouldn't be this hard.

RogerRoger Thursday, August 11, 2011 9:59 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote I found the problem. Links to some of these outside applications are provided as a convenience on the Third Party Applications page, but they are not supported here. restart in safe mode. CrossOver XI (formerly CrossOver Office) is a product made by a company called CodeWeavers that is based directly on Wine with a few tweaks and proprietary add-ons.

If you installed Wine with your distribution's package manager, use it again to uninstall Wine. The Windows installer cannot continue.Record Number: 12321Source Name: MsiInstallerTime Written: 20100827095810.000000-300Event Type: errorUser: CURTIS\Curtis LumpkinComputer Name: CURTISEvent Code: 1001Message: Detection of product '{707D28BF-E145-4A9B-B97E-94FA586D05F3}', feature 'Norton_SystemWorks' failed during request for component '{FB495BDF-96B0-411C-95C9-90C4D3578B56}'Record If so...I would take a look at the hard drive/partition as a possible problem. Also the "null" driver will only work for pure console applications that never use any windowing functions (for example, parts of OLE create purely internal windows).

Try reinstalling your graphics drivers. by tobeach / September 9, 2007 5:23 PM PDT In reply to: exe files will not run or checkdisk /R. See Preloader Page Zero Problem for more information. 10.3.4 Failed to use ICMP (network ping), this requires special permissions On *NIX systems ICMP ping requires use of raw sockets, which is Important: If you get a crash dialog while doing this, please click Close.