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Problems resulting from Win XP SP3 and solution

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Old 07-19-2008
Lou 62
 

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Problems resulting from Win XP SP3 and solution

PROBLEM RESOLVED!

I uninstalled the SP3, then did some basic troubleshooting of my cd-rom
drive...it appears that the problem was in the registry files..I got an error
message when I accessed this :"_NEC NR-7800A properties (Code 39)" saying the
device driver may be corrupted or missing.

So, with that in mind I went to www.dell.com typed in the 'Code 39' which
led me to the www.microsoft.com fix titled 'Guided Help'...simple as that, it
fixed it and my cd-rom is now working like usual.

Hope this helps anyone else who may have the same problem.

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"Lou 62" wrote:

> Hi, I have a Dell Dimension 4300S, with Windows XP (home edition).....I just
> recently installed the latest Service Pack for Windows using Internet
> Explorer...and these problems started popping up...(could be coincidental?)
>
> Upon restart the black screen pops up with the C prompt, but the top of that
> screen is titled "veclsid.exe".....I can't do anything at the C prompt but
> close out of that screen, I took the advice found somewhere on the forum
> stating to rename it as 'veclsid.old'...I tried that and it worked but
> starting having other problems so I changed it back.
>
> My real problem now is that I have lost access to my 'D' drive..it has
> worked fine before and now it won't even show in any of the usual places to
> access that drive to save to disc or even play on AutoRun.
>
> Help!
>
> Do I have to do a system restore? I really would like to avoid that as it
> took forever for my slow system (dial up) to download the update.
>
> Thanks in advance for any helpful advice!

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