Control Panel cpl's:
access.cpl = Accessibility Options
appwiz.cpl = Add or Remove Programs
desk.cpl = Desktop Control Panel = Display Properties
hdwwiz.cpl = Add Hardware Control Panel Applet
inetcpl.cpl = Internet Control Panel = Internet Properties
intl.cpl = Regional and Language Options
irprops.cpl = Wireless Link Control Panel Applet
joy.cpl = Game Controllers
jpicpl32.cpl = JavaPlugin
main.cpl = Mouse Properties
mmsys.cpl = Sounds and Audio Device Properties
ncpa.cpl = Network Connections Control-Panel Stub
nusrmgr.cpl = Windows User Manager = Users Accounts
nvtuicpl.cpl = NVIDIA nView Control Panel, Version 52.16
nwc.cpl = Client Service for NetWare Applet
odbccp32.cpl = Microsoft Data Access - ODBC Control Panel
plotman.cpl = Autodesk Hardcopy Plotter Manager
powercfg.cpl = Power Management Configuration Control Panel Applet or Power
SanCpl.cpl = SiSoftware Sandra™ English Control Panel Extension (Win32
sapi.cpl = SAPI 5 = Speech Properties
styleman.cpl = Autodesk Hardcopy Plot Style Manager
sysdm.cpl = System Properties
telephon.cpl = Telephony Control Panel
timedate.cpl = Time Date Properties
wuaucpl.cpl = Automatic Updates Control Panel (Added by SP2??)
Wscui.cpl = SP2 Security Center (SP2)
Do you have any that are funky?
Hope this helps. Let us know.
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
Christian Ista <firstname.lastname@example.org> hunted and pecked:
> Hello guys,
> I did a fresh install of Windows XP Pro SP2. All work fine, I reinstalled
> all the application, development tools (Delphi, VS2003, ...), Office 2003.
> No problem ... but the control panel crash often, very often.
> Could you tell me how to trace the problem ? I don't see anything special,
> just some "restart explorer".
> For the moment, I just disable the access to the control panel (with mmc
> and GPO), but it's not the solution
> Thanks for your help