when I start it, does nasty things in the background (spyware), and
constantly wants to be updated. No ads, no blinky crap, no half-baked
shareware/freeware from a programmer with a needle hanging out of his arm.
No "See the README file for a list of known bugs".
Based on these requirements, it sounds like I'm looking for commercial
software. In other words, something I pay for. Anyone have suggestions based
on first hand experience with the software you're going to recommend? I'm
running WIN98SE, moving to XP-Pro soon.Can't go wrong with Media Player v6.4 (imho, the best version ever released)
Ur I.T. Mate Group
Keeping it FREE!
I know I'm probably wrong, I just like taking part ;o ...
to reinstall the program and then do an uninstall. This usually puts in the
missing files and lets the uninstall proceed properly.
"Install/Uninstall" list cannot be dealt with as dll files are missing. I
assume that I can delete unwanted exe files in DOS and make changes in the
registry to inform Windows that the software is no longer existing.
deal with endless warning messges on bootup. I do not recall how this was
managed, but the system now boots without those particular messages.
files, then changing the data to "hide" the software from Windows. I
briefly searched my registry, located some relevant entries, but made no
file into one Registry location, and the data bit at the end of the dll
entries signal the OS thart the ...
... \msi and msp files) have to continuously
show up? with options to apply. The patches are for/from Command
Software/Authenium. The DS's and Certificates seem authentic. I asked
my ISP tech about it---got nowhere. I went to the Site---it seems
that they are used by ISP's for security. I have Verizon Internet
Security Suite. What I really want to know is why do I continuosly
have to apply these patches? Is there a problem(s) that perhaps I can
overcome with you guys' help.I don't undersatnd your question. What patches show up, when, from whom?Here goes Glee:
C:\WINDOWS\Installer\138bc.msp; 20468.msp; c34f4.msi; f2ae9.msi;
d59a7.msi; 472606.msi; a009e.msi; 2790bc.msi;
10ed38.msi; c948c7.msi; 9fe3d.msi; a6d06.msi; 24c161.msp; e13b89.msi;
1d067b.msi; a79e.msi; d35d0 ...
... data is good... path
However Microsoft says, "register in safe mode"
I'm not going to register the file.
I've never rec'd the Error 1719 Windows Installer service could not be
accessed" error message when you try to add or remove a program.
HP contacted me... Re: my psc device for f/u. I originally contacted HP
after 1 mo ... /w on W-98se.
Recently, I had serious problems, couldn't browse, Send to broken, the
Windows shell was messed up bad. I did the fix for that... which was the HP
software. I decided I wanted to be rid of the HP software, I disliked all
the .dat and .tif files it placed in all my folders, plus it just caused me
other problems, like I always had to remember the psc was off before I
started the ...
... to the advanced
troubleshooting settings and check "Force Compatibility Mode Disk Access".
With this option, I am able to start normally, except that only my floppy
drive and hard drive work. I get several message boxes saying my antivirus
software files are corrupted and that I need to reinstall the product. As
far as windows installer 2.0 goes, I went back to the office update page and
there was no reference to install the installer, so I guess that part was
Anyway, this leads me to a new question: Are there any conflicts with
windows installer 2.0 and McAfee VirusScan 4.0.2?
Thanks for your help.I am not aware of any particular conflicts between the two, but since I don't use
McAfee, I suggest you check that at their support site. If ...
... , which I don't use.
Can someone direct me to a URL where I can download any older version for
the wheel mouse, with an old Install Shield or similar installer?
Or, I have already a Logitech wheel mouse, does the same software work?
TIAGo here for the Intellimouse 2.2a driver download:
Click the link to "Download this file":
If it asks for a username/password, use drivers/all
If it brings up a page to register now, scroll down and click the link to bypass
that and "Continue on the site".
I have an error saying that a certain language isn't
supported by my system (chinese) How can i implement the
language so i can install this software? Any help is much
appreciatedYou cannot. Windows 95, 98, SE and Me do not support loading additional
languages. You must obtain a copy of Windows localized for the language you
want to support and install it to an empty hard drive. There is no other
way to support Chinese software.
This isn't causing an obvious error during boot or during the
installation of a patch, but I'm having more than my share of BSOD's
and I'd really rather not have to suddenly reinstall all my software.
The previous branch "\installer\components" also appears to be
slightly damaged. I see stuff like:
"c?\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\ie70.dll"
where the colon has been replaced. Some keys also have duplicate or
triplicate string values. It would take a little work, but I could
probably manually edit the exported .reg. file. Finally," \components ...
Am aware that 98/98SE has ability to setup various hardware configurations.
What I'm looking for is how to setup various software configurations. That
is do like selective startup, save this as a configuration, and retain the
ability to do a regular startup. Something that would show when windows
gets to the GUI as a choice.
If not, is there a software application that will accomodate that?
Sure would come in handy when intending to do video editing or partition
imaging. Otherwise, I spend a few minutes closing stuff in the system tray
and via ctrl-alt-del first.It's called MSCONFIG. You configure your startup configuration, then reboot.
I just installed drivers for D-Link DFE520TX PCI ethernet adapter from CD
that comes with the adapter. Alongside the installing drivers, installer
created D-Link folder in C:\Program Files\ with few extra folders (Vista,
Vista 64, Win64 and files Config.dat, DeviceInst.exe), and two entries in
Add/Remove programs: D-Link DFE520TX and D-Link PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter.
Not sure can I uninstall extra stuff ... 100% that the folder(s) are not required for
proper operation you can delete them permanently.
As for the items listed in Add/Remove Programs, both may serve different
purposes. One entry may be for the drivers and the other may be for
software/configuration, the only way to see if both are needed is to uninstall
them one at a time although they may be reinstalled after a reboot.
... here can
| Because of a foul-up I had to have windows 98 reinstalled.
| After this re-installation, my connection to my Kodak
| digital camera docking station wouldn't work.
| Kodak gave me the url to reinstall the drivers, software,
| etc. I got part way through the process when I received an
| error message saying that the installer package was not
| Kodak provided a link to microsoft to install the
| installer package. While installing the installer package,
| I then received a message saying that it was already
| Kodak support tells me that the installer package was not
| correctly installed, so I need to uninstall it and then
| reinstall it. (They didn't know how to do it.)
| I cannot find directions on how to uninstall the ...