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a script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive.


[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Styles]

i can install all 50 programs,

including my huge programs like norton internet security 2005, corel draw 12, photoshop cs, office 2003, frontpage 2003, net framework.

for those of u going to install huge applications u need to add this to your regtweaks.reg


in cleanup.cmd

add this code

reg delete "hkcu\software\microsoft\internet explorer\styles"


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I'm not sure about this, I'm going to test this out now......

I know Asta and I use wait.exe, the popup comes right after

or during the program with wait, it's set for 60sec.

I'm going to change it to 35sec should get away with that time..

I'll let ya know..............


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The prob could come because WPI running in background. WPI utilizes IE - so the command prompt says it's IE. Could really be that Wait thing. - nothing happens, time elapses, WPI in background running --> Windows might think WPI is doing this. Since WPI waits 'til the runonceex process is finished windows thinks WPI makes that wait - not the runonceex process.

I don't think it's WPI's failure ... but I also cannot prove that. Have you tried without wait.exe ?

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There appears to be a threshold on how long WPI can wait for a certain process to finish.

Example if I have A , B , and C

If let say A install finishes, and for whatever reason B takes a long time to finish, like wait command 1000 or it hangs bec. There is an error. You will get that message pop up.

So to resolved the issue I decreased my wait to 400

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