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I boot into ubuntu now. Still no issues. Cheers! I guess it was designed to be either turned on or off, not to be toggled between on and off. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-32bit-sleep-problem.html

Updated solution (1/12/2009): Jim Beveridge left a comment below with a new solution that is a much better fix: The solution is to reset the registry permissions by running this command All rights reserved. Now I can make whatever I want to! 2) Whenever I installed an Microsoft Office product (I tested 2007 and 2003), any program that used Windows Installer would pop up an In content of this log file is: Aviso 1336: A estrutura da lista de controle de acesso (ACL) é inválida.

Reply Mike Mercy 3/6/2009 8:01:49 AM # I also use CorelDRAW - if I can find the time I will test if I can reproduce it with installing it again. I'm not sure how it got messed up in the first place, a few people mentioned ITunes....I also had that installed at one point, and I do use Apple Updater for I will note that the UAC was turned off since May of 07, until that new installation, and immediately then.

  1. Currently, my issue mainly resides in iTunes both wanting to install every time I open it (requiring me to click an MP3 to get it to open) and then it telling
  2. check everything one-by-one the RAM's, Cards, Hard Drives, ROM's & also check the CMOS Battery.
  3. Now It has that registry problem and Illustrator runs slow with crashes now and then.
  4. I recall having this (simular) problem like Brians 2nd screenshot (no permissions left whatsoever).
  5. Windows automatic updates solved 2 hdd and windows 7 automatic updates solved Two hdd and windows 7 automatic updates solved Windows 7 Automatic Updates Windows 8.1 updates even that I turned
  6. I followed the steps and it corrupted my registry.
  7. Help?
  8. Reply Bergel 6/14/2011 10:52:05 AM # thanks!
  9. Reply John 5/12/2008 5:35:25 AM # I have the same problem..
  10. I run Vista Business X64 and have the same issue (second scenario).

Icons went missing, printers stopped working etc etc. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. It started when I installed 'Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2007 with SP1 Installed' Ive lived with the issue & had no further problems until Adobe Illustrator. At least I am not alone.

Does this help narrow it down? Reply Mark Hutton 9/3/2008 12:47:14 PM # This issue prevented Adobe Air installing properly for me and I couldn't install any .air apps, thanks for the information! I was getting install shield errors with any application utilizing InstallShield 11.5. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2230501/handbrake-error-windows-vista.html This must be caused by something!

Like I said this error just appear shortly after I started to run a registry cleaner on a regular bases. Vista did boot, but all I got was a black screen and my mouse pointer, no taskbar, no desktop, nothing else. The problem for me was exactly as you described and the problem was with I-tunes and adobe flash player. Configure users\.default.

Ugh. Reply Emmanuel Huna 3/12/2009 2:12:54 PM # I had the same issues on Windows Server 2008 x64.I also turned off UAC. Reply Fakir 9/28/2008 5:17:08 PM # Thank you Brian Peek! kind regards, Dave Reply A.

But still I think it could be caused by more than one (install)app as I described above. check over here Please try the request again. A few things: 1) By "registry state" you mean the above "no permissions set" state? 2) The cmd line for x64 users should start with "c:\Program Files (x86)" 3) I've found Reply Ryan Phelan 9/8/2008 12:02:26 PM # I had the same problem as Mark - the Adobe AIR installer wasn't working for me:www.rphelan.com/.../.I also couldn't install Microsoft Project and didn't realize

My old install (without SP1 integrated) had the registry issue. Make sure to check out our Knowledge Base for commonly asked Unity questions. to get detailed information. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-ultimate-oem-dvd.html Reply Amway 5/29/2008 1:57:10 AM # i have had similar registry issues on my desktop vista machine.

cd /d "%programfiles%\Windows Resource Kits\Tools" subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_CURRENT_USER /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f subinacl /subdirectories %SystemDrive% /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f subinacl /subdirectories %windir%\*.* /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f If Cheers, Mike Reply Dee 12/4/2008 5:59:07 PM # Thanks so much for this! I am using Vista Ultimate X32 Ok I've found the right driver, and the previous error gone, the new error is weird..

This command should work on both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

I stumbled upon it in my search to find out where the heck my problems came from - the most clear one not being able to associate filetypes with other programs Thnaks, austinmtlhd Reply kreditrechner 11/1/2008 12:23:02 AM # Proooooobably just Apple F$%@ing with Vista because it helps them sell systems when they make PCs catch on FIRE.Ever notice that the Here's what to do: Run regedit.exe, everybody's favorite Registry Editor. It even happens, when I install nothing at all!

Permalink | Comments (124) Related postsVista RC1 and Visual Studio DebuggingI have installed a Vista RC1 and Office 2007 Beta 2 on a new partition and am attempting to use it Reply Daniel 3/11/2009 8:34:20 PM # AMG, All of them. Reply Jeremy 5/6/2009 8:11:46 AM # I had the same issue with the same permissions, isolated to office 2007 keys preventing SP2 upgrade, repair, or even an uninstall. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-internet-weird.html Reply Steve 1/12/2010 10:27:48 AM # BE VERY CAREFUL!

Last night iTunes took the liberty of updating itself to and it removed the permissions from HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. The solution is to reset the registry permissions by running this command (this is for Vista - should all be on one line): secedit /configure /cfg C:\Windows\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /areas REGKEYS Check the log ... Never had any permission problems until this second install.

More about : handbrake error windows vista Alabalcho July 23, 2014 8:36:19 AM You better post / send this information to the Handbrake forum, so that developers can take action. Reply Robert 3/17/2009 10:58:02 AM # I have the same problems out lined above and really want to get them resolved - how ever im only 16 and ever so slightly and your fix solved those. Brian, it did work!

Reply Rick Holloway 11/7/2008 4:53:31 AM # I have been reading thru all these posts ... Im running your fix now but might I add that I run Vista x64 and had to alter the command line in the *.bat file to locate the folder correctly. Reply WTF 12/7/2010 1:34:41 AM # i tried that registry cleanup and now i can't open anything i don't have sounds drivers and my computer is totally screwed up, i can't probably vista ultimate 32bit having problems.

why use 3rd party apps? This command should work on both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. Stay logged in Sign up now! MS patch, other software installation, etc.) I just did a clean install of Vista with SP1 integrated into it and haven't seen this problem.

What should I do?