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  1. Yes, I've had this problem in XP and Win 2K using the filemanager "explorer" too - for years. I just ignored it since it usually comes back after awhile. I just asssumed it was a memory leak in explorer. I don't have a solution to the problem.....
  2. I read that Vista will have alot more support for languages and thus they supply alot more True Type fonts (.ttf) which can eat up 310 megs of disk space, will I be able to copy them over to Win XP home/pro etc? Will they work with the Win XP apps? Is it a simple copy and paste or is there some config utility to run to update a dbms for win xp to look at before selecting the font to use?
  3. How does one go about disabling an admin(2nd adminstrator) or non-admin (regular user) from being able to use for example ( a ) USB drive port, (b ) floppy drive, ( c ) CD drive, or the wireless card and yet the other admin (me) can still use it? Another thing would be how to give the other users the capability to use the above devices but restrict them to only being able to read from them, but not write to them (The are not read-only devices) whiles't I (the admin) would be able to write to them? WinXP Home or Pro
  4. Thanks guys! I never noticed that checkbox in the add/remove programs. Do you happen to know how to do this in Windows 2000 too? The add/remove windows doesn't contain this checkbox. I have Windows 2000 Professional at work and it is always showing the KB numbers that have been installed.
  5. I have two neighbors that have Windows XP. A ) the first neighbor has a desktop and when windows hotfixes are downloaded and installed, the KB number , date etc are shown in the add/remove programs list. PC is DELL B ) the second neighbor has a laptop and when windows hotfixes are downloaded and installed, the KB number, date "ARE NOT" shown in the add/remove programs list, but programs such as MSBA v2.x and other such non-MSoft tools show that the KB numbers are installed. PC is HP How does one control whether Windows XP displays the KB numbers in the add/remove program? Can this be changed at will? That is I assume one can change a registry value such that the KB numbers are displayed in the add/remove program and changed again to make them not visible. How does one control whether the windows KB fixes are directly integrated into Windows XP or not with each automatic download and install from MSoft? Is there are registry setting for this too?
  6. IE7 tweaks to move the menu bar to the top of the browser above the address bar (like IE6.x) , along with the tweaks to restore it. I got this off the internet from a mailing I received. To move the menu bar above the address bar modify the registry as follows. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\WebBrowser] "ITBar7Position"=dword:00000001 To restore the menu bar to below the address bar modify the registry as follows. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\WebBrowser] "ITBar7Position"=- Add this to Nlite tweaks section or wherever appropriate.
  7. Slipping MUI Fixes too. .... And how to slip MUI patches to the original MUI packs either all the languages or just the one (i.e. like the spanish one from above)? Do I treat the MUI patch just like a hotfix patch? .... If I have the MUI pack (5 CD set), can I slip all the MUI patches with the various MUI language files and reburn an updated one? Nlite wil have to be smart enough to distinquish that the MUI patches are used only when updating from WIN XP SP1 to SP2?
  8. Thanks for the info. The following also shows googletoolbar in the stack trace. I missed this when I read the dumps. I removed the googletoolbar and the 3-4 page views before halting disapppeared. Then I got 12-15 page views before halting again. I then removed the weatherstudio toolbar and all the problems went away. Moreover, the browser has signaficantly sped up for page views. I then updated from googletoolbar 3.0.131 to 4.x and the browser is still working. I haven't reinstalled the weatherstudio toolbar from v3.3.0 to v4.x since alot of the features it has I don't need anymore since googletoolbar does most of them. So I guess MSoft made some changes within the last 6 months with the patches that breaks these older toolbar versions thus requiring an update.
  9. Google toolbar vs WeatherStudio toolbar? Thanks. I'll try removing and reinstalling the toolbar. I'm wondering how you could tell it was the Google Toolbar vs. the other toolbar called WeatherStudio? I realize that "googleToolbar" appeared first after the "Exception Analysis" header in the dump followed by the debugger complaining about the symbols and then the WeatherStudio.dll toolbar message. Is the ordering above how you could tell? Moreover, the header error message about the "debugger symbols not being the correct version" a problem? They were the ones to come down. Moreover, how would I correct this? The stack dump only showed a connection stuck open which I assumed time outs after 5 minutes and then the browser will show can't display page with a ServerInfo "getconnection". What does "Fsm" mean? NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325
  10. Comment: 'Full dump in Hang Mode for IEXPLORE.EXE_running_on_DMVA511033082' Windows 2000 Version 2195 (Service Pack 4) UP Free x86 compatible Product: WinNt Debug session time: Thu Dec 14 16:05:49.000 2006 (GMT-5) System Uptime: 1 days 5:29:04.437 Process Uptime: 0 days 0:02:58.000 Symbol search path is: SRV*c:\websymbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols;c:\websymbols Executable search path is: .................................................................................................... .............. This dump file has an exception of interest stored in it. The stored exception information can be accessed via .ecxr. (854.a2c): Wake debugger - code 80000007 (first/second chance not available) eax=042e1000 ebx=0012e380 ecx=0012e25c edx=00000000 esi=77f88f08 edi=000009fc eip=77f88f13 esp=0012e364 ebp=0012e388 iopl=0 nv up ei ng nz ac pe cy cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 efl=00000297 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb: 77f88f13 c20c00 ret 0Ch 0:000> !analyze -v ******************************************************************************* * * * Exception Analysis * * * ******************************************************************************* *** WARNING: Unable to verify checksum for googletoolbar1.dll *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. Defaulted to export symbols for googletoolbar1.dll - ************************************************************************* *** *** *** *** *** Your debugger is not using the correct symbols *** *** *** *** In order for this command to work properly, your symbol path *** *** must point to .pdb files that have full type information. *** *** *** *** Certain .pdb files (such as the public OS symbols) do not *** *** contain the required information. Contact the group that *** *** provided you with these symbols if you need this command to *** *** work. *** *** *** *** Type referenced: ntdll!_PEB *** *** *** ************************************************************************* *** WARNING: Unable to verify checksum for WeatherStudio.dll *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. Defaulted to export symbols for WeatherStudio.dll - FAULTING_IP: +0 00000000 ?? ??? EXCEPTION_RECORD: ffffffff -- (.exr ffffffffffffffff) ExceptionAddress: 00000000 ExceptionCode: 80000007 (Wake debugger) ExceptionFlags: 00000000 NumberParameters: 0 BUGCHECK_STR: 80000007 DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: APPLICATION_FAULT PROCESS_NAME: IEXPLORE.EXE ERROR_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0x80000007 - {Kernel Debugger Awakened} the system debugger was awakened by an interrupt. LAST_CONTROL_TRANSFER: from 7c59a072 to 77f88f13 STACK_TEXT: 0012e360 7c59a072 000009fc 00000000 0012e380 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0012e388 7c57b3e9 000009fc 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0012e398 630255c3 000009fc 000493e0 00152638 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0012e3d4 63025999 00000000 00152638 041f09f0 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0012e3e8 630263ca 041f09f0 00040000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0012e400 63026445 00152638 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e414 6304b191 041f09f0 00152638 042d72c8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e44c 6304b521 042d72c8 630263ca 042d72c8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0012e454 630263ca 042d72c8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0012e46c 63026445 00152638 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e480 6304b585 042d72c8 042b3fd8 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e48c 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 00152638 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0012e4b4 6304d144 04125e30 630263ca 04125e30 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0012e4bc 630263ca 04125e30 042b3fd8 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0012e4d4 63026445 00152638 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e4e8 6304beda 04125e30 00152638 041e2f08 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e524 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 041e2f08 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0012e52c 630263ca 041e2f08 042b3fd8 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0012e544 63026445 00152638 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e558 6304a54f 041e2f08 042b3fd8 002079b0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e574 6304abf6 00000001 00152638 002079b0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::HttpSendRequest_Start+0x456 0012e584 630263ca 002079b0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_HttpSendRequest::RunSM+0x55 0012e59c 63026445 00152638 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e5b0 6303de3e 002079b0 0415c288 00000000 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e5d8 6303df54 00000000 00000000 00000000 WININET!HttpWrapSendRequest+0x125 0012e614 01ad33a1 00cc0068 00000000 00000000 WININET!HttpSendRequestW+0xb8 WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may be wrong. 0012e858 01a8db8f 00cc0050 00000050 00cc0068 googletoolbar1!DllRegisterServer+0x55a 0012e884 01a8f1f3 02eb96d8 00000050 041dd850 googletoolbar1+0x1db8f 0012e8c0 01a8fb94 00000050 00000001 0012e970 googletoolbar1+0x1f1f3 0012e9a0 01a90587 041cdf58 0012ea40 006e022f googletoolbar1+0x1fb94 0012e9d0 01a9ccf4 0012ea38 0012ea40 0012e9f3 googletoolbar1+0x20587 0012ea00 01aa7571 0012ea38 0012ea40 01b4e568 googletoolbar1!DllInfoA+0xf9d 0012ea54 01aa7be8 63680c95 0038028e 000002a1 googletoolbar1!DllInfoA+0xb81a 0012ea98 01ae8186 63680c95 0038028e 000002a1 googletoolbar1!DllInfoA+0xbe91 0012eac0 77e4158f 0038028e 000002a1 00000000 googletoolbar1!DllRegisterServer+0x1533f 0012eb78 71519b6e 0012edb0 00000000 0013a548 USER32!__ClientCharToWchar+0x38 0012eb90 715205c1 0012edb0 0012fee8 0013a2d8 BROWSEUI!TimedDispatchMessage+0x35 0012ede8 715206c0 00000000 0012fee8 0013a2d8 BROWSEUI!BrowserThreadProc+0x2d5 0012ee74 71520957 0013a2d8 0013a2d8 00000000 BROWSEUI!BrowserProtectedThreadProc+0x44 0012fef0 71762a0a 0013a2d8 00401350 70a91af4 BROWSEUI!SHOpenFolderWindow+0x1ec 0012ff10 00401ecd 00132ef1 00000001 00780065 SHDOCVW!IEWinMain+0x108 0012ff60 00401f7d 00000004 00000000 00132ef1 IEXPLORE!WinMainT+0x2dc 0012ffc0 7c5989a5 00780065 00000065 7ffdf000 IEXPLORE!ModuleEntry+0x97 0012fff0 00000000 00401ee6 00000000 000000c8 KERNEL32!BaseProcessStart+0x3d STACK_COMMAND: ~0s; .ecxr ; kb FAULTING_THREAD: 00000a2c FOLLOWUP_IP: WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+325 630255c3 89442410 mov dword ptr [esp+10h],eax SYMBOL_STACK_INDEX: 3 FOLLOWUP_NAME: MachineOwner MODULE_NAME: WININET IMAGE_NAME: WININET.DLL DEBUG_FLR_IMAGE_TIMESTAMP: 453cfb1e SYMBOL_NAME: WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+325 FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 80000007_WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+325 BUCKET_ID: 80000007_WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+325 Followup: MachineOwner --------- 0:000> ~*kb . 0 Id: dc4.c08 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffde000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0012e360 7c59a072 00000764 00000000 0012e380 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0012e388 7c57b3e9 00000764 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0012e398 630255c3 00000764 000493e0 00152580 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0012e3d4 63025999 00000000 00152580 00201bd8 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0012e3e8 630263ca 00201bd8 00040000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0012e400 63026445 00152580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e414 6304b191 00201bd8 00152580 06f7e7c8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e44c 6304b521 06f7e7c8 630263ca 06f7e7c8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0012e454 630263ca 06f7e7c8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0012e46c 63026445 00152580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e480 6304b585 06f7e7c8 04206c20 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e48c 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 00152580 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0012e4b4 6304d144 04217b48 630263ca 04217b48 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0012e4bc 630263ca 04217b48 04206c20 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0012e4d4 63026445 00152580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e4e8 6304beda 04217b48 00152580 041bb240 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0012e524 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 041bb240 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0012e52c 630263ca 041bb240 04206c20 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0012e544 63026445 00152580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0012e558 6304a54f 041bb240 04206c20 02f5bbe8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 1 Id: dc4.a3c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffdd000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 00d4fe24 77d595d9 00000108 00d4ff54 00000000 NTDLL!ZwReplyWaitReceivePortEx+0xb 00d4ff74 77d58e4a 77d3afbd 001427d8 77d50101 rpcrt4!LRPC_ADDRESS::ReceiveLotsaCalls+0x74 00d4ff78 77d3afbd 001427d8 77d50101 00130000 rpcrt4!RecvLotsaCallsWrapper+0x9 00d4ffa8 77d37de8 0013fe88 00d4ffec 7c57b396 rpcrt4!BaseCachedThreadRoutine+0x11f 00d4ffb4 7c57b396 00142938 77d50101 00130000 rpcrt4!ThreadStartRoutine+0x18 00d4ffec 00000000 77d37dd0 00142938 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 2 Id: dc4.b34 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffda000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0203fd20 7c59a23d 00000004 0203fd48 00000001 NTDLL!ZwWaitForMultipleObjects+0xb 0203fd70 7c59a150 0203fd48 00000001 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjectsEx+0xea 0203fd88 778322b2 00000004 0203feb0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjects+0x17 0203ffb4 7c57b396 00000005 7ffde000 7c3280d0 rtutils!TraceServerThread+0xde 0203ffec 00000000 778321fe 001f30b8 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 3 Id: dc4.cd8 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffd9000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 02a2fac8 74fd1394 00000528 00000001 02a2faf0 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 02a2fb04 74fd3c59 00000528 0000052c 00000000 msafd!SockWaitForSingleObject+0x1a8 02a2fbf0 750312f5 00000001 02a2fe84 02a2fc7c msafd!WSPSelect+0x24e 02a2fc54 6302469e 00000001 02a2fe84 02a2fc7c ws2_32!select+0xe7 02a2ffb0 6302487d 7c57b396 001e8a50 77d8a200 WININET!ICAsyncThread::SelectThread+0x228 02a2ffb4 7c57b396 001e8a50 77d8a200 001328d8 WININET!ICAsyncThread::SelectThreadWrapper+0x9 02a2ffec 00000000 63024874 001e8a50 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 4 Id: dc4.464 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffd7000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 02c2ff08 7c59a23d 00000001 02c2ff30 00000001 NTDLL!ZwWaitForMultipleObjects+0xb 02c2ff58 7c59a150 02c2ff30 00000001 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjectsEx+0xea 02c2ff70 63037241 00000001 02c2ffa8 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjects+0x17 02c2ffb0 63037279 7c57b396 001bb420 00000001 WININET!AUTO_PROXY_DLLS::DoThreadProcessing+0x9f 02c2ffb4 7c57b396 001bb420 00000001 00000001 WININET!AutoProxyThreadFunc+0xb 02c2ffec 00000000 6303726e 001bb420 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 5 Id: dc4.c60 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffd5000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 02e2feb8 7c585433 00000104 02e2ff0c 02e2fefc NTDLL!NtRemoveIoCompletion+0xb 02e2fee4 77d818ff 00000104 02e2ff1c 02e2ff0c KERNEL32!GetQueuedCompletionStatus+0x27 02e2ff20 77d51484 000493e0 02e2ff60 02e2ff5c rpcrt4!COMMON_ProcessCalls+0x9e 02e2ff74 77d512bd 77d3afbd 001417a0 00000000 rpcrt4!LOADABLE_TRANSPORT::ProcessIOEvents+0x99 02e2ff78 77d3afbd 001417a0 00000000 00000000 rpcrt4!ProcessIOEventsWrapper+0x9 02e2ffa8 77d37de8 0013fe88 02e2ffec 7c57b396 rpcrt4!BaseCachedThreadRoutine+0x11f 02e2ffb4 7c57b396 0019d3c8 00000000 00000000 rpcrt4!ThreadStartRoutine+0x18 02e2ffec 00000000 77d37dd0 0019d3c8 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 6 Id: dc4.7b8 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffd4000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0332ff80 74fd6363 00000624 0332ffbc 0332ffb0 NTDLL!NtRemoveIoCompletion+0xb 0332ffb4 7c57b396 74fd9048 02b2f990 77fcae15 msafd!SockAsyncThread+0x52 0332ffec 00000000 74fd6311 02eba520 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 7 Id: dc4.778 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffaf000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 03c2ff54 7c59a072 00000688 00000000 03c2ff74 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 03c2ff7c 7c57b3e9 00000688 000927c0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 03c2ff8c 6377fb1e 00000688 000927c0 0012e1b4 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 03c2ffa8 637805dc 1a41b25d 63780bc6 7c57b396 MSHTML!CDwnTaskExec::ThreadExec+0xaf 03c2ffb0 63780bc6 7c57b396 03332aa0 0012e1b4 MSHTML!CExecFT::ThreadProc+0x26 03c2ffb4 7c57b396 03332aa0 0012e1b4 1a41b25d MSHTML!CExecFT::StaticThreadProc+0x9 03c2ffec 00000000 63780bbd 03332aa0 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 8 Id: dc4.c54 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffad000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0401ff54 7c59a072 000006ac 00000000 0401ff74 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0401ff7c 7c57b3e9 000006ac 000927c0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0401ff8c 6377fb1e 000006ac 000927c0 00000001 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0401ffa8 637805dc 03d2f2f8 63780bc6 7c57b396 MSHTML!CDwnTaskExec::ThreadExec+0xaf 0401ffb0 63780bc6 7c57b396 03385bd0 00000001 MSHTML!CExecFT::ThreadProc+0x26 0401ffb4 7c57b396 03385bd0 00000001 03d2f2f8 MSHTML!CExecFT::StaticThreadProc+0x9 0401ffec 00000000 63780bbd 03385bd0 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 9 Id: dc4.78c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffaa000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 048eff20 7c59a23d 00000002 048eff48 00000001 NTDLL!ZwWaitForMultipleObjects+0xb 048eff70 7c59a150 048eff48 00000001 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjectsEx+0xea 048eff88 77562c1a 00000002 048effa4 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjects+0x17 048effb4 7c57b396 00000000 001325f8 7ffdebf8 wdmaud!MixerCallbackThread+0x40 048effec 00000000 77562bda 00000000 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 10 Id: dc4.7f8 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa9000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 049eff78 77575c36 049eff98 00000000 00000000 USER32!ExitWindowsWorker+0x7e 049effb4 7c57b396 000007d8 77595428 001284cc winmm!mciwindow+0x6d 049effec 00000000 77575bb9 000007d8 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 11 Id: dc4.9c0 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa8000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 05bfff50 7c59a072 0000084c 00000000 00000000 NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 05bfff78 7c57b3e9 0000084c ffffffff 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 05bfff88 636af7c6 0000084c ffffffff 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 05bfffa8 637805dc 00000000 63780bc6 7c57b396 MSHTML!CTimerMan::ThreadExec+0x88 05bfffb0 63780bc6 7c57b396 03349920 00000000 MSHTML!CExecFT::ThreadProc+0x26 05bfffb4 7c57b396 03349920 00000000 00000000 MSHTML!CExecFT::StaticThreadProc+0x9 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 12 Id: dc4.934 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa7000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0699ff30 7c585433 000008a4 0699ff8c 0699ff74 NTDLL!NtRemoveIoCompletion+0xb 0699ff5c 35c5a438 000008a4 0699ff88 0699ff8c KERNEL32!GetQueuedCompletionStatus+0x27 0699ffb4 7c57b396 060903ec 00340035 00330035 DXTRANS!TMThreadProc+0x3c 0699ffec 00000000 35c5a3fc 060903ec 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 13 Id: dc4.6c4 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa6000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 06a9ff30 7c585433 000008a4 06a9ff8c 06a9ff74 NTDLL!NtRemoveIoCompletion+0xb 06a9ff5c 35c5a438 000008a4 06a9ff88 06a9ff8c KERNEL32!GetQueuedCompletionStatus+0x27 06a9ffb4 7c57b396 060903ec 00340035 00330035 DXTRANS!TMThreadProc+0x3c 06a9ffec 00000000 35c5a3fc 060903ec 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 14 Id: dc4.8fc Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffdb000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 084eff5c 7c59a2d1 00000000 084eff74 7c59a001 NTDLL!ZwDelayExecution+0xb 084eff7c 7c59a29c 0000ea60 00000000 7ce89acc KERNEL32!SleepEx+0x32 084eff88 7ce89acc 0000ea60 7ce85ba7 00000000 KERNEL32!Sleep+0xb 084eff90 7ce85ba7 00000000 7ce20000 041fa928 OLE32!CROIDTable::WorkerThreadLoop+0xc 084effa8 7ce85aff 7ce37d85 7ce37d70 7c57b396 OLE32!CRpcThread::WorkerLoop+0x22 084effb4 7c57b396 041fa928 7ce37d85 7ce37d70 OLE32!CRpcThreadCache::RpcWorkerThreadEntry+0x1a 084effec 00000000 7ce85ae5 041fa928 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 15 Id: dc4.74c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffdc000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0a91fe24 77d595d9 00000108 0a91ff54 00000000 NTDLL!ZwReplyWaitReceivePortEx+0xb 0a91ff74 77d58e4a 77d3aeed 001427d8 00000000 rpcrt4!LRPC_ADDRESS::ReceiveLotsaCalls+0x74 0a91ff78 77d3aeed 001427d8 00000000 00000000 rpcrt4!RecvLotsaCallsWrapper+0x9 0a91ffa8 77d37de8 02eed920 0a91ffec 7c57b396 rpcrt4!BaseCachedThreadRoutine+0x4f 0a91ffb4 7c57b396 04123fb0 00000000 00000000 rpcrt4!ThreadStartRoutine+0x18 0a91ffec 00000000 77d37dd0 04123fb0 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 16 Id: dc4.7b4 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffae000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0ab4f76c 7c59a072 00000a7c 00000000 0ab4f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0ab4f794 7c57b3e9 00000a7c 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0ab4f7a4 630255c3 00000a7c 000493e0 02f47cd0 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0ab4f7e0 63025999 00000000 02f47cd0 041fce90 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0ab4f7f4 630263ca 041fce90 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0ab4f80c 63026445 02f47cd0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ab4f820 6304b191 041fce90 02f47cd0 0422f800 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ab4f858 6304b521 0422f800 630263ca 0422f800 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0ab4f860 630263ca 0422f800 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0ab4f878 63026445 02f47cd0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ab4f88c 6304b585 0422f800 04234de0 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ab4f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 02f47cd0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0ab4f8c0 6304d144 04148f28 630263ca 04148f28 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0ab4f8c8 630263ca 04148f28 04234de0 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0ab4f8e0 63026445 02f47cd0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ab4f8f4 6304beda 04148f28 02f47cd0 0412dbc0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ab4f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 0412dbc0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0ab4f938 630263ca 0412dbc0 04234de0 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0ab4f950 63026445 02f47cd0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ab4f964 6304a54f 0412dbc0 04234de0 02f05d80 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 17 Id: dc4.7f0 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffac000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0ac5f76c 7c59a072 0000054c 00000000 0ac5f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0ac5f794 7c57b3e9 0000054c 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0ac5f7a4 630255c3 0000054c 000493e0 04123580 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0ac5f7e0 63025999 00000000 04123580 0412f4d8 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0ac5f7f4 630263ca 0412f4d8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0ac5f80c 63026445 04123580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ac5f820 6304b191 0412f4d8 04123580 04132490 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ac5f858 6304b521 04132490 630263ca 04132490 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0ac5f860 630263ca 04132490 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0ac5f878 63026445 04123580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ac5f88c 6304b585 04132490 02f92d40 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ac5f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 04123580 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0ac5f8c0 6304d144 04147f38 630263ca 04147f38 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0ac5f8c8 630263ca 04147f38 02f92d40 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0ac5f8e0 63026445 04123580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ac5f8f4 6304beda 04147f38 04123580 04136ac0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ac5f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 04136ac0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0ac5f938 630263ca 04136ac0 02f92d40 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0ac5f950 63026445 04123580 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ac5f964 6304a54f 04136ac0 02f92d40 001d65a8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 18 Id: dc4.c24 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffab000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0ad6f76c 7c59a072 00000548 00000000 0ad6f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0ad6f794 7c57b3e9 00000548 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0ad6f7a4 630255c3 00000548 000493e0 02eec7d8 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0ad6f7e0 63025999 00000000 02eec7d8 041bbb80 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0ad6f7f4 630263ca 041bbb80 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0ad6f80c 63026445 02eec7d8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ad6f820 6304b191 041bbb80 02eec7d8 04187c20 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ad6f858 6304b521 04187c20 630263ca 04187c20 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0ad6f860 630263ca 04187c20 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0ad6f878 63026445 02eec7d8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ad6f88c 6304b585 04187c20 04158a50 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ad6f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 02eec7d8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0ad6f8c0 6304d144 02eec160 630263ca 02eec160 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0ad6f8c8 630263ca 02eec160 04158a50 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0ad6f8e0 63026445 02eec7d8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ad6f8f4 6304beda 02eec160 02eec7d8 0021f860 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ad6f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 0021f860 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0ad6f938 630263ca 0021f860 04158a50 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0ad6f950 63026445 02eec7d8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ad6f964 6304a54f 0021f860 04158a50 02f4cd88 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 19 Id: dc4.98c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa5000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0ae6f76c 7c59a072 000005f8 00000000 0ae6f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0ae6f794 7c57b3e9 000005f8 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0ae6f7a4 630255c3 000005f8 000493e0 06f63fa0 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0ae6f7e0 63025999 00000000 06f63fa0 02f609e8 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0ae6f7f4 630263ca 02f609e8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0ae6f80c 63026445 06f63fa0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ae6f820 6304b191 02f609e8 06f63fa0 02f803f8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ae6f858 6304b521 02f803f8 630263ca 02f803f8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0ae6f860 630263ca 02f803f8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0ae6f878 63026445 06f63fa0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ae6f88c 6304b585 02f803f8 04205b58 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ae6f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 06f63fa0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0ae6f8c0 6304d144 0422eed0 630263ca 0422eed0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0ae6f8c8 630263ca 0422eed0 04205b58 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0ae6f8e0 63026445 06f63fa0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ae6f8f4 6304beda 0422eed0 06f63fa0 04123bc8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0ae6f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 04123bc8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0ae6f938 630263ca 04123bc8 04205b58 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0ae6f950 63026445 06f63fa0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0ae6f964 6304a54f 04123bc8 04205b58 06f2bbb0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 20 Id: dc4.a4c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa4000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0af6f76c 7c59a072 00000608 00000000 0af6f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0af6f794 7c57b3e9 00000608 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0af6f7a4 630255c3 00000608 000493e0 02f176a0 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0af6f7e0 63025999 00000000 02f176a0 0423d430 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0af6f7f4 630263ca 0423d430 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0af6f80c 63026445 02f176a0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0af6f820 6304b191 0423d430 02f176a0 0423cb30 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0af6f858 6304b521 0423cb30 630263ca 0423cb30 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0af6f860 630263ca 0423cb30 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0af6f878 63026445 02f176a0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0af6f88c 6304b585 0423cb30 04249018 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0af6f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 02f176a0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0af6f8c0 6304d144 02eedaa8 630263ca 02eedaa8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0af6f8c8 630263ca 02eedaa8 04249018 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0af6f8e0 63026445 02f176a0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0af6f8f4 6304beda 02eedaa8 02f176a0 02f4ce68 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0af6f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 02f4ce68 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0af6f938 630263ca 02f4ce68 04249018 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0af6f950 63026445 02f176a0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0af6f964 6304a54f 02f4ce68 04249018 041c4948 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 21 Id: dc4.ba4 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa3000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0b06f76c 7c59a072 00000a68 00000000 0b06f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0b06f794 7c57b3e9 00000a68 000492f5 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0b06f7a4 630255c3 00000a68 000492f5 04186410 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0b06f7e0 63025999 00000000 04186410 0422f658 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0b06f7f4 630263ca 0422f658 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0b06f80c 63026445 04186410 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b06f820 6304b191 0422f658 04186410 041209b0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b06f858 6304b521 041209b0 630263ca 041209b0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0b06f860 630263ca 041209b0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0b06f878 63026445 04186410 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b06f88c 6304b585 041209b0 02f7bfb8 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b06f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 04186410 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0b06f8c0 6304d144 04120928 630263ca 04120928 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0b06f8c8 630263ca 04120928 02f7bfb8 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0b06f8e0 63026445 04186410 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b06f8f4 6304beda 04120928 04186410 0412de70 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b06f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 0412de70 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0b06f938 630263ca 0412de70 02f7bfb8 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0b06f950 63026445 04186410 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b06f964 6304a54f 0412de70 02f7bfb8 04134bc8 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 22 Id: dc4.824 Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa2000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0b16f76c 7c59a072 00000a78 00000000 0b16f78c NTDLL!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0xb 0b16f794 7c57b3e9 00000a78 000493e0 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObjectEx+0x71 0b16f7a4 630255c3 00000a78 000493e0 041356b8 KERNEL32!WaitForSingleObject+0xf 0b16f7e0 63025999 00000000 041356b8 04256570 WININET!CServerInfo::GetConnection_Fsm+0x325 0b16f7f4 630263ca 04256570 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_GetConnection::RunSM+0x56 0b16f80c 63026445 041356b8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b16f820 6304b191 04256570 041356b8 04120ac0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b16f858 6304b521 04120ac0 630263ca 04120ac0 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection_Fsm+0x188 0b16f860 630263ca 04120ac0 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm_OpenConnection::RunSM+0x2f 0b16f878 63026445 041356b8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b16f88c 6304b585 04120ac0 02eb8668 6304ce99 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b16f898 6304ce99 00000000 00000000 041356b8 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::OpenConnection+0x2c 0b16f8c0 6304d144 04120a38 630263ca 04120a38 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::MakeConnection_Fsm+0x85 0b16f8c8 630263ca 04120a38 02eb8668 00000000 WININET!CFsm_MakeConnection::RunSM+0x2a 0b16f8e0 63026445 041356b8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b16f8f4 6304beda 04120a38 041356b8 02f61188 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 0b16f930 6304c1dc 00000000 630263ca 02f61188 WININET!HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLE_OBJECT::SendRequest_Fsm+0x91 0b16f938 630263ca 02f61188 02eb8668 00000000 WININET!CFsm_SendRequest::RunSM+0x2a 0b16f950 63026445 041356b8 00000000 00000000 WININET!CFsm::Run+0x37 0b16f964 6304a54f 02f61188 02eb8668 02eacbe0 WININET!DoFsm+0x21 23 Id: dc4.a5c Suspend: 1 Teb: 7ffa0000 Unfrozen ChildEBP RetAddr Args to Child 0b36fe58 7c59a23d 00000002 0b36fe80 00000001 NTDLL!ZwWaitForMultipleObjects+0xb 0b36fea8 77e4169f 0b36fe80 00000001 00000000 KERNEL32!WaitForMultipleObjectsEx+0xea 0b36ff04 77e41706 0b36fed0 70accb58 0000ea60 USER32!__ClientExtTextOutW+0x3f 0b36ff20 70abb4ad 00000001 70accb58 00000000 USER32!__ClientGetTextExtentPointW+0x48 0b36ff74 70abb835 0b36ffa0 0b36ffa4 0b36ffa8 SHLWAPI!CThreadPool::RemoveWorkItem+0x77 0b36ffac 70abb9f9 00130178 7c57b396 00000000 SHLWAPI!CThreadPool::Worker+0x2c 0b36ffb4 7c57b396 00000000 00130178 00130178 SHLWAPI!CThreadPool::WorkerThread+0x30 0b36ffec 00000000 70abb9c9 00000000 00000000 KERNEL32!BaseThreadStart+0x52 0:000> lmvm WININET start end module name 63000000 63095000 WININET (pdb symbols) c:\websymbols\wininet.pdb\453CFB1E1\wininet.pdb Loaded symbol image file: WININET.DLL Image path: C:\WINNT\system32\WININET.DLL Image name: WININET.DLL Timestamp: Mon Oct 23 13:25:50 2006 (453CFB1E) CheckSum: 0009C263 ImageSize: 00095000 File version: 6.0.2800.1586 Product version: 6.0.2800.1586 File flags: 0 (Mask 3F) File OS: 40004 NT Win32 File type: 2.0 Dll File date: 00000000.00000000 Translations: 0409.04b0 CompanyName: Microsoft Corporation ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System InternalName: wininet.dll OriginalFilename: wininet.dll ProductVersion: 6.00.2800.1586 FileVersion: 6.00.2800.1586 FileDescription: Internet Extensions for Win32 LegalCopyright: © Microsoft 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All rights reserved.
  11. I renamed the dmp file to "pid.dmp" I ran "cdb -z pid.dmp" and here is the listing I got. *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. Defaulted to export symbols for NTDL L.DLL - This dump file has an exception of interest stored in it. The stored exception information can be accessed via .ecxr. (854.a2c): Wake debugger - code 80000007 (first/second chance not available) eax=042e1000 ebx=0012e380 ecx=0012e25c edx=00000000 esi=77f88f08 edi=000009fc eip=77f88f13 esp=0012e364 ebp=0012e388 iopl=0 nv up ei ng nz ac pe cy cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 efl=00000297 NTDLL!NtWaitForSingleObject+0xb: 77f88f13 c20c00 ret 0Ch 0:000>
  12. Full Windows debug tools website path. http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/deb...installx86.mspx After running this tool. Should I PM you and send the zipped file to you? Moreover, should I download any symbol file to go along with the debug tool?
  13. Hi, I have Win 2K Prof Sp4 with all the latest patches. I have IE6sp1 with all the latest patches. Connection speed T1. I have all the latest XmlCore v3.0, v4.0 and v6.0 install/patches that IE may need. Problem: When I view about 2-4 web pages, the browser will just stop updating from page 4 onward. The task manager says "No Response" in the applications window or the IE browser entry for this screen just disappears from the task manager application window list. If I wait about 3-5 minutes, the browser will start responding again. Then after about 2-4 web pages, the problem continues again. Variation #1 If a web page pops a web page window, these popped windows will never finish updating and will be blank until it times out saying it can't display the page. When windows are popped like this it speeds up the original window to hang. It seems after about 2-4 window pops, everything shows up as "no response" or disappears from the task manager application list. Variation #2 During the time the above hang variations are occuring, I can click on the IE shortcut on the desktop to start another browser session, and have no problems viewing web pages while the first session is hanging. Then after about 2-4 web page views on the 2nd browser session, it gets the same problem. Thus, I click on another browser session to repeat the above scenario. Opinion: It seems that the browser/operating system is having memory leak problems somewhere or that it is performing memory garbage collection. I'm not sure. Question: Anyone see this on their system? Do you have a solution? Is there some exe, dll, etc file I'm missing or patch that will clean this up? It sure is slowing down any productivity on this PC.
  14. How can one integrate Group Policy settings for the Machine/accounts, user and roaming profiles, and share settings using Nlite?
  15. From win95/98. I may be mistaken. Perhaps what I was thinking of was I first installed Win98 which had an old Adobe Reader. Then after booting into Win98, I then upgraded to Win XP which does a conversion of the old programs and applications to Win XP. As a result the old Adobe Reader stuff stays around which then I'll need to upgrade/install to v7.0.x. Therefore, what I wanted was a way to include Adobe v7 on an Nlited disk and during the Win98 upgrade to the Nlited disk it would convert the Adobe Reader v5.0/6.0 to the new version 7.0 without me having to manually delete the old version which sticks around. Otherwise, I'll have the old and the new version on the desktop after Win XP is installed. What really makes this confusing is that on the Win XP disk in the following directory \I386\WIN9XMIG\ACROBAT\ \I386\WIN9XMIG\ACROBAT\FILES\ and all the other subdirectories here contains alot of files that I believe are the Adobe Reader v5.0/6.0 conversion files. The same applies to the Flash software too. Note: there is all a \WIN9XUPG directory too that may contain things that help with the upgrade that may need to be replaced.
  16. Is there a tweak to remove the old component Adobe Acrobat reader which I believe is version 3 or 5.0? I'd like to directly integrate the new Adobe 7.0.8 instead of having to keep the real old one around.
  17. I have Win 2K sp4 with the latest IE 6.0 browser. I'm trying to do a windows update and get the following error code which occurs in two possible variations. a ). I get, download windows update software, express and custom buttons. When I select get the download windows update software and follow the various screens, I get the error message and code listed below. b ). For item (a), I get the error message and code immediately after selecting windows update from the pop down menu. This problem comes and goes, whereas item (a) above is consistent. Error message: "The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view.... [Error Number: 0x80072F78 ]" Has anybody encountered this error code? It isn't mentioned on MSofts site as a typical error code for windows download updates.
  18. How does one capture the screens that are displayed during bootup or when Windows XP does a blue screen? During these steps one isn't logged in yet to do a printscreen to the clipboard.
  19. Both Home and Pro are XP, not different OS types. I wasn't thinking about a combination between two different OS types like Win98 and Win XP Home upgrade. It's more like Win XP Home upgraded to Win XP Pro. I haven't bought the upgrade license to Pro so I don't know what the CD will include. It may be additional software for Pro plus the new license. Thus, instead of inserting two CD's and then installing each one and entering two different licenses, I'd insert a merged XP Pro version and enter the new Pro license only once. Thus, wondering if Nlite will be able to do the merge in some future version, or whether it's one of those "Hidden" pieces of functionality/features that will be made visible in the future. HaHa!
  20. I'm wondering if one buys a WINXP Pro upgrade software license for the current Home edition one, can one slip the two together and reburn a merged WINXP Pro CD using Nlite? If not, does anyone know if there are any steps anywhere that shows how to do this? Moreover, can I mix a Home OEM version with an Pro Retail version either by: a ). Installing the Pro overtop of the already installed Home edition? No slip/merge - just install it. b ). Slip/merging the Pro onto the Home edition and reburn a CD for later reinstall? Hopefully, any combination of Retail and OEM can be mixed i.e. OEM and OEM Retail and Retail OEM and Retail Retail and OEM
  21. Nlite and CD/DVD writer software (i.e. NERO) can create ISO images. These images can be burned to the CD/DVD. Question 1: How can I take the ISO image and with one click send it to a USB flash chip or what software will do this? I have a flash chip that is anywhere from 1-4 gigs. I'd prefer to burn (in cd terms) the ISO image to the flash chip instead of the CD/DVD and don't want to do a file select and copy to the flash chip one at a time. Moreover, I don't mean to do a simple copy of the ISO file to the flash chip such that when I do a directory on the chip that I'd see the "filename.iso" as the only file on the chip. I'd like to see all the files that were put into the iso file. I hope that I've explained what I'm trying to do clearly. Question 2: Moreover, during the creation of the ISO image, NERO complained that the ISO image was greater than 2 gigs and said it had to be converted to UDF format. I haven't seen any file extensions with ".UDF". Can Nlite create the UDF format should the OS and add-ons' be greater than 2 gigs when creating the ISO format? Question 3: Currently, Nlite requires that the OS CD files be copied to the hard drive so that they can be updated. In the future, will Nlite copy the files to a "virtual" (drive,file,device) on the hard drive so that all the files and directory structures will be in one file called i.e. "WinXP_Original" and then perform its operations on this virtual file and create a new "virtual" file called ie. "WinXP_New" which contains all the updated OS files and directory structures? Then Nlite would make an ISO file from this "WinXP_New" virtual file for later burning. Perhaps Nlite can copy all the OS CD files to an ISO file on the hard drive and name it i.e. "WinXP_Original.iso" and then do it's stuff on this file and out another ISO file i.e. "WinXP_New.iso". Therefore, this new file is already in ISO format and ready for burning. Similar to the virtual file method.
  22. 150 limit for direct or non-direct integration? I've heard about the 150 limit too. However, I was wondering if the fixes are directly integrated into the OS, will there be any cat files generated? Will it slow down when you exceed 150? If one doesn't directly integrate the fixes into the OS, then the 150 limit may/will apply then. Any comments on direct vs. non-direct integration and the 150 fix limit?
  23. I noticed KB885250 OS update patch for ITA isn't listed here. Does MCE require this one? I had a problem with Nlite v1.0.1 when trying to include it in my XP Home and Pro version when it was put before KB885835. (Numeric order). I could directly integrate KB885835, but when just just patching the OS without direct integration, nlite would complain about an unknown error occurred when it got to KB885835. If I did KB885835 by itself either by direct or non-direct integration, it would be ok. Thus, Nlite has a problem here IMHO. I was wondering if nlite keeps track of the latest version of the file being integrated or not as the KB files are merged. Do I have to integrate files in a certain order to guarantee that the only file version used in all the KB's being integrated is the newest one?
  24. Hmm, the original files from MSoft for .NET 1.0 and 1.1 self extract into two files. Each version for .NET then is netfx.msi and netfx1.cab (two files) so I'd think the switches are different and one must have the 'cab' files around to make it work. As for .NET v2.0, the file from MSoft is "dotnetfx.exe" and would work the way you said. If you extract this file, then you get alot of 'eula' and 'res' files plus a few others along withe the netfx.msi, although the 'cab' file is embedded and compressed within the 'msi' file. Trying to stick these other files into the msi package like the way the cab file was done. If one runs the "msi installer validation suite" that comes with ORCA, you'll see that each of the netfx.msi files for all the various .NET versions have about 5-6 errors each with alot of warnings (mostly string overflow errors). How, these .NET packages install without error is beyond me! I'm trying to update each of the msi files with the corresponding ".msp" patch file that MSoft provides. They patch the msi ok, but the errors still exist and of course now, the .NET framework versions won't install now...... Now trying to figure out how to repair them. The other way is through the AIP (Administration install point) with the patches. Everything installs, but if one has to reinstall or do a repair of the .NET packages, the directories used are where the AIP is at, and not the default directories that came with the .NET software. Thus, I have to keep the AIP files around to do reinstalls and repairs. I'd like to get rid of it. Thus, I'm looking into how to fix the original 'msi' files and how to put all files and patches in only one file (the msi file) for each .NET version. I can create a patched 'msi' file with ORCA, but the same problems mentioned above about the original errors occurs, plus new ones due to the patches occur. To get ORCA to create the 'msi' file, one has to trick ORCA into doing this.
  25. If I remember your activiation is in the file "WPA.DBL". Save that file and copy it back to the same directory and same permissions etc after reinstalling your OS.
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