Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Error in Windows XP SP3 Home Edition


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SuperNova

Hello,

I have Windows XP SP3 Home Edition on my Dell Vostro 1700 laptop for a
couple of years.

Yesterday while browsing the web, the laptop suddenly froze and I rebooted
the system by pressing the power button for a few seconds since the Shutdown
option did NOT work.

Once I rebooted I got some error messages like the following one.


[Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG10\avgdiagex.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.]



1) When I start any application by clicking on my desktop icons, I get the
same error message with just different program files pathname based on the
application name. So that proves the problem is not with AVG.....

2) I cannot access any programs from "Start" -> "All Programs" interface
either........It shows all applications but clicking on them doesnt do
anything.....

3) I canot shutdown Windows XP .......Everytime I have to press the power
button to reboot......


Can some one suggest how to fix these problems........

TIA
 
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S

SuperNova

Hello,

I have Windows XP SP3 Home Edition on my Dell Vostro 1700 laptop for a
couple of years.

Yesterday while browsing the web, the laptop suddenly froze and I rebooted
the system by pressing the power button for a few seconds, since the
Shutdown
option did NOT work.

Once I rebooted, I got some error messages like the following one:


[Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG10\avgdiagex.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.]



1) When I start any application by clicking on my desktop icons, I get the
same error message with just different program files pathname based on the
application name. So that proves the problem is not with AVG.....

2) I cannot access any programs from "Start" -> "All Programs" interface
either.. It shows all applications but clicking on them doesn't do
anything.....

3) I cannot shut down Windows XP .......Every time, I have to press the
power
button to reboot.


Can some one suggest how to fix these problems?

TIA
1. Boot into Safe Mode and try System Restore.
2. Try running Malwarebytes from Safe Mode.
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Thanks.

Running Malwarebytes in safe mode solved the problem.....
 
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SuperNova

Hot-text said:
SuperNova said:
Hello,

I have Windows XP SP3 Home Edition on my Dell Vostro 1700 laptop for a
couple of years.

Yesterday while browsing the web, the laptop suddenly froze and I
rebooted
the system by pressing the power button for a few seconds since the
Shutdown
option did NOT work.

Once I rebooted I got some error messages like the following one.


[Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG10\avgdiagex.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.]



1) When I start any application by clicking on my desktop icons, I get
the
same error message with just different program files pathname based on
the
application name. So that proves the problem is not with AVG.....

2) I cannot access any programs from "Start" -> "All Programs" interface
either........It shows all applications but clicking on them doesnt do
anything.....

3) I canot shutdown Windows XP .......Everytime I have to press the power
button to reboot......


Can some one suggest how to fix these problems........

TIA

Try running Malwarebytes from Safe Mode.

Yesterday while you browsing the web a Micware kill your antivirus and
internet security software!


Thanks.

Running Malwarebytes in safe mode solved the problem.....
 

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