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Anonymous
July 31, 2004 9:09:57 PM

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System locks up after 20minutes to 2 hours if you run graphic related
programs. Even the slide show in My Pictures. It will lock up on
about anything but much quicker if running graphics. My son thought
it was the graphics card he added so I took it out and ran the embbed
board with the same results.

In Control Panel/Administrator Tools/Event Veiwer I find numerous
ERROR warnings. There was an Application Error for Moviemk.exe 40
minutes after upgrd'ing from W2K to WXP. Faulting Module
comdlg32.dll. Then numerous Application Hang for: moviemk.exe, ver.
2.0.3312.0, hang module hungapp,ver.0.0.0.0, hang address
0x00000000.

Anyone got Ideas. i'm at a loss over with way to go.
The plann is to replace comdlg32.dll and remove movie maker from the
pc.

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Anonymous
August 1, 2004 12:33:40 AM

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Try a clean install of XP, if you can. Upgrades are almost always flaky.

Tom
"magasin" <magasin@charter-dot-net.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
news:410c0aa5$1_4@news.athenanews.com...
> System locks up after 20minutes to 2 hours if you run graphic related
> programs. Even the slide show in My Pictures. It will lock up on
> about anything but much quicker if running graphics. My son thought
> it was the graphics card he added so I took it out and ran the embbed
> board with the same results.
>
> In Control Panel/Administrator Tools/Event Veiwer I find numerous
> ERROR warnings. There was an Application Error for Moviemk.exe 40
> minutes after upgrd'ing from W2K to WXP. Faulting Module
> comdlg32.dll. Then numerous Application Hang for: moviemk.exe, ver.
> 2.0.3312.0, hang module hungapp,ver.0.0.0.0, hang address
> 0x00000000.
>
> Anyone got Ideas. i'm at a loss over with way to go.
> The plann is to replace comdlg32.dll and remove movie maker from the
> pc.
>
> ==============
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troubleshooting newsgroups.
August 1, 2004 3:26:14 AM

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Since XP will be the third OS installed (the 5123SR shipped with WinMe), I
second Tom's suggestion. Do a clean install of XP, especially if the change
from WinMe to W2K was an upgrade raather than a clean install.
HH

"magasin" <magasin@charter-dot-net.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
news:410c0aa5$1_4@news.athenanews.com...
> System locks up after 20minutes to 2 hours if you run graphic related
> programs. Even the slide show in My Pictures. It will lock up on
> about anything but much quicker if running graphics. My son thought
> it was the graphics card he added so I took it out and ran the embbed
> board with the same results.
>
> In Control Panel/Administrator Tools/Event Veiwer I find numerous
> ERROR warnings. There was an Application Error for Moviemk.exe 40
> minutes after upgrd'ing from W2K to WXP. Faulting Module
> comdlg32.dll. Then numerous Application Hang for: moviemk.exe, ver.
> 2.0.3312.0, hang module hungapp,ver.0.0.0.0, hang address
> 0x00000000.
>
> Anyone got Ideas. i'm at a loss over with way to go.
> The plann is to replace comdlg32.dll and remove movie maker from the
> pc.
>
> ==============
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Anonymous
August 1, 2004 7:07:21 AM

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If the computer is not too new, it could also be loaded with dust, or one of the
fans (on a graphics card?) is either burned out or not pulling enough air to
cool the graphics chip or the CPU chip. Open up the case. If you see a lot of
dust bunnies inside, clean out the interior of the computer, especially the
fans, unsing a can of compressed air... Ben Myers

On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 20:33:40 -0400, "Tom Scales" <tomtoo@softhome.net> wrote:

>Try a clean install of XP, if you can. Upgrades are almost always flaky.
>
>Tom
>"magasin" <magasin@charter-dot-net.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
>news:410c0aa5$1_4@news.athenanews.com...
>> System locks up after 20minutes to 2 hours if you run graphic related
>> programs. Even the slide show in My Pictures. It will lock up on
>> about anything but much quicker if running graphics. My son thought
>> it was the graphics card he added so I took it out and ran the embbed
>> board with the same results.
>>
>> In Control Panel/Administrator Tools/Event Veiwer I find numerous
>> ERROR warnings. There was an Application Error for Moviemk.exe 40
>> minutes after upgrd'ing from W2K to WXP. Faulting Module
>> comdlg32.dll. Then numerous Application Hang for: moviemk.exe, ver.
>> 2.0.3312.0, hang module hungapp,ver.0.0.0.0, hang address
>> 0x00000000.
>>
>> Anyone got Ideas. i'm at a loss over with way to go.
>> The plann is to replace comdlg32.dll and remove movie maker from the
>> pc.
>>
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>troubleshooting newsgroups.
>
>
Anonymous
August 23, 2004 6:07:53 AM

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Ooh...that horrible hungapp error. I had this problem for 4 months
on my brand new Dell, so I know how frustrated you are.

Fortunately, I have a fix for you! (At least it worked for me....)

Go to "Start"
Click on "Run"
In the box that pops up, type "msconfig" and click "OK".
On the new pop-up, click the file folder tap marked "Startup".
Click the "Disable All" button, then "Apply", then "Close".
When the new popup comes up asking you to restart your computer, do
it, and I promise it will be a brand new machine!!!

Good Luck!!! :D 

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August 23, 2004 9:30:00 AM

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The poster will need luck if he/she tries that. Unfortunately, doing so may
eliminate certain functions whose drivers load at bootup. HH

"serendippy522" <serendippy522@yahoo-dot-com.no-spam.invalid> wrote in
message news:412989b9$1_4@news.athenanews.com...
> Ooh...that horrible hungapp error. I had this problem for 4 months
> on my brand new Dell, so I know how frustrated you are.
>
> Fortunately, I have a fix for you! (At least it worked for me....)
>
> Go to "Start"
> Click on "Run"
> In the box that pops up, type "msconfig" and click "OK".
> On the new pop-up, click the file folder tap marked "Startup".
> Click the "Disable All" button, then "Apply", then "Close".
> When the new popup comes up asking you to restart your computer, do
> it, and I promise it will be a brand new machine!!!
>
> Good Luck!!! :D 
>
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