· Which version of Internet Explorer is installed on your computer? Familiar Face Joined: Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:52 pm Posts: 6 Thanks given: 1 times Thanks received: 0 times Have you looked into this as in the above link? The only one giving us issue is Windows 7 x64 it is crashing immediately complaining for BadImageFormatException. Without delays we're looking at 2 seconds to save the file which is right around the amount of time it takes to save a file within Notepad, Wordpad, Paint, etc. I'm in way over my head with all this technical output so can't be of great assistance and don't know all the answers to your problem. Please remember that you should only test with the latest beta since all previous betas have known issues. Have you suggestions to analyse or resolve this problem? Did the install as an upgrade and didn't affect other files and apps.
I once run an installer through a debugger to monitor the process step by step and monitor what registry keys were being read etc so I could manually add the key it was looking for. Once npp started you should get a window telling you how long it took to load. I really hope this keeps someone from jumping off the bridge. Did reset some display features back to defaults but that was minor to correct. Noted you didn't comment on restore points and disk images, so assume you have none. But I don't want to spend 3 hours on what is obviously a Vista bug.
My machine is running Windows 8. Here we define a filter to capture events belonging to npp only. Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow! Provide details and share your research! I'll see what the Tweaking. If so, goto the first line back and scroll down the while checking the time column. I am using Administrator user account. And also why this particular. Failing those, you could try an in-place upgrade repair install: However this suggests this will not fix it: - leaving you with clean install.
Reverse the changes made in the npp properties window, click apply and ok. And also why this particular. I can find certain patterns and catch on to things without knowing the terminology. If there is, do the others do the same when loaded in viewer. If of no use I'll revert to your suggestion. Might take a day or two before coming back here. I could save some time by importing it and checking if it solves the issue.
Unfortunately the vendor isn't interested in making any new version. The program loads up as if it were rendering the user interface piece by piece and I do not think this is the correct behavior for the program. I can close the window and click help etc the program is responding , but the list is totally blank. Just reinstalled Vista over the top and all worked fine. Anybody knows what's going on here? Cheers Claudia Claudia first the -loadingtime never worked so i went the process monitor route: I had to delete the country info in the link you supplied to get us version. It seems to install and run on there without issue. I got one step farther by using Procmon.
Note that there maybe more than one msvcr90. Just reinstalled Vista over the top and all worked fine. This problem is still present even then. You're right, the restore points were disabled when I looked for them. The winsxs folder has the following msvcr90 dlls in its 32-bit folders, but they all work and load correctly.
My problem is that I need to wait for about 20 - 25 seconds when I'm starting and when I'm ending a merge or compare. NoGit is a great extension, but ultimately it came down to removing the registry entries for the Git source control provider. . I have used another computer recently and specifically searched for the files, but I didn't find them, which leads me to believe that it is not supposed to happen. Any suggestions as on how to get this working? So can someone please tell me where the setting is to Disable Internet Search from the Windows Explorer Address bar? You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. It shows various things, like: 17:19:39,0305877 mmc.
· Have you made any changes prior to the issue? Anyone have any success solving this problem? You say all your programs work fine. Meanwhile I read posts about the restore points being disabled by default in Threshold 2, which is mega-stupid. Are you experiencing this problem on a clean copy of the beta without any scripts loaded? When I run the application with Process Monitor attached, I get the following before it initiates Windows Error Reporting. A normal Procmon log contains a lot of apparent registry read fails and reattempts. I'm in way over my head with all this technical output so can't be of great assistance and don't know all the answers to your problem.
You see additional events appearing and now that is were investigating starts really. This all began after a scan with the Avira Pro antivirus software. It will take them time to do the testing if they agree to pursue the issue for us and you. Do you have that line in your System Environment variables? Windows update just recreated it and once I washappy I then removed the old folder. I'm going to keep looking, but if you've had this problem before and were able to fix it, please chime in. Another person had a similar problem, none of their solutions helped me with mine Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate slow while editing C code.
I was told by Tech that there was no other solution at this time. For first step I would say make sure that only Show process and thread activity is clicked. Presumably the folder where the possibly offending msvcr90. To George, To All: I am also having the same difficulty. You say all your programs work fine. I have no special configuration.