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June 19, 2005 10:39:02 PM

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I am trying to run Advanced System Optimizer, System Cleaner, which I have
run before, but not it will not go past 14% completion before displaying the
abnormal program termination error message. Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime
Library Runtime Error. Is there somewhere I can download the missing file,
or is there a file missing, or do I need to reinstall XP Home (please say no
to this!) Thanks for the help. David
Anonymous
June 20, 2005 2:19:55 AM

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Hi / Bonjour *David* :

> I am trying to run Advanced System Optimizer, System Cleaner, which I have
> run before, but not it will not go past 14% completion before displaying the
> abnormal program termination error message. Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime
> Library Runtime Error. Is there somewhere I can download the missing file,
> or is there a file missing, or do I need to reinstall XP Home (please say no
> to this!) Thanks for the help. David

Wait a minute David !

You have a problem with this "Advanced System Optimizer"
and you think to reinstall Windows xp ??? Come on...

First of all what is this "Advanced System Optimizer" ?

This sounds "magic"... right ?
If it's one of those Registry optimizer, doctor, repair and blah blah blah ?

What kind of problem you expect to solve with this ?
Tell us about those problems instead !

Some reading about that kind of tool:
in this news group :
From: Claude LaFrenière= <No_InterNUT@AntiPebkac.org>
Subject: Re: Registery Cleaner
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Message-ID: <1ogoq6bxhb8p6.1af80vr5aezpg$.dlg@40tude.net>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 23:09:52 -0400

Read also the advice of James A. Eshelman[MVP] about *bugaboo utilities* :
http://aumha.org/a/health.htm

Don't "bugaboose" your Windows XP ! :-D
Let us know.

:) 
--
Claude LaFrenière [MVP] :-)

«My Principal Design Was To Inform, Not To Amuse Thee.»
Lemuel Gulliver, The Travels (IV:12)
http://climenole.serendipia.net
Soon on www.msmvps.com
Bientôt sur www.msmvps.com
Anonymous
June 20, 2005 8:45:02 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)

Thanks, Claude, however, I believe you misunderstood my question. I thought
Visual C++ was a language used in XP among other OS's to write programs.
Yes, I realize the System Optimizer may be a bugaboo program, but since I
don't know that much about the registry, this is the main reason I purchased
this "utility" It may be only a placebo, but it does seem to have made my
computer more efficient and perhaps a little faster. You are right, however,
one probably does not need such goodies. It may interest you to know that I
just found that the program was hanging up on some photos in a "My Documents"
folder brought there from my handheld. Thanks for taking the time to reply.
via con Dios. David

"Claude LaFrenière" wrote:

> Hi / Bonjour *David* :
>
> > I am trying to run Advanced System Optimizer, System Cleaner, which I have
> > run before, but not it will not go past 14% completion before displaying the
> > abnormal program termination error message. Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime
> > Library Runtime Error. Is there somewhere I can download the missing file,
> > or is there a file missing, or do I need to reinstall XP Home (please say no
> > to this!) Thanks for the help. David
>
> Wait a minute David !
>
> You have a problem with this "Advanced System Optimizer"
> and you think to reinstall Windows xp ??? Come on...
>
> First of all what is this "Advanced System Optimizer" ?
>
> This sounds "magic"... right ?
> If it's one of those Registry optimizer, doctor, repair and blah blah blah ?
>
> What kind of problem you expect to solve with this ?
> Tell us about those problems instead !
>
> Some reading about that kind of tool:
> in this news group :
> From: Claude LaFrenière= <No_InterNUT@AntiPebkac.org>
> Subject: Re: Registery Cleaner
> Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
> Message-ID: <1ogoq6bxhb8p6.1af80vr5aezpg$.dlg@40tude.net>
> Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 23:09:52 -0400
>
> Read also the advice of James A. Eshelman[MVP] about *bugaboo utilities* :
> http://aumha.org/a/health.htm
>
> Don't "bugaboose" your Windows XP ! :-D
> Let us know.
>
> :) 
> --
> Claude LaFrenière [MVP] :-)
>
> «My Principal Design Was To Inform, Not To Amuse Thee.»
> Lemuel Gulliver, The Travels (IV:12)
> http://climenole.serendipia.net
> Soon on www.msmvps.com
> Bientôt sur www.msmvps.com
>
>
Anonymous
June 21, 2005 12:25:38 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)

Hi / Bonjour *David Kirkpatrick* :

> Thanks, Claude, however, I believe you misunderstood my question. I thought
> Visual C++ was a language used in XP among other OS's to write programs.
> Yes, I realize the System Optimizer may be a bugaboo program, but since I
> don't know that much about the registry, this is the main reason I purchased
> this "utility" It may be only a placebo, but it does seem to have made my
> computer more efficient and perhaps a little faster. You are right, however,
> one probably does not need such goodies. It may interest you to know that I
> just found that the program was hanging up on some photos in a "My Documents"
> folder brought there from my handheld. Thanks for taking the time to reply.
> via con Dios. David


1-
The best things to do first is to check in the logs to see if there is
warnings or errors related to this problem of hanging...

Start | Run | eventvwr.msc

Hints for events id:
http://www.eventid.net/

2-
Check on which specific file the program is hanging
then try to access this file with an other program to
determine if the problem comes from the file or from
the program...

3-
This problem of hanging may be related to Hard Disk bad clusters...
Check in the logs for errors with the source=disk and event id = 7,41,55

It's a good idea to run chkdsk to fix thoses problems:
Windows explorer | right click on disk icon |
properties | tab "tools" | "check errors" | check both options
ok and restart your computer

or

Start | Run | cmd | chkdsk X: /F /V ,
Where X= disk volume

For the results in applications log:
Souce : Winlogon
ID : 1001

No more idea for this moment...

Let us know.

:) 

--
Claude LaFrenière [MVP] :-)

«My Principal Design Was To Inform, Not To Amuse Thee.»
Lemuel Gulliver, The Travels (IV:12)
http://climenole.serendipia.net
Soon on / Bientôt sur www.msmvps.com
!