What is per user queued windows error report

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Misc

When you run IPCONFIG and get an error:

An internal error occured: The request is not supported.

Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services for further help.

Additional information: Unable to query routing information

You need to copy a clean TCPIP.SYS file to the \windows\system32\drivers directory and reboot.

You can download TCPIP.SYS from my site

Browse Master Monitor

Added 2/8/07

SpeedUp My PC

If you have trouble browsing the network with only a few computers, you might check to see what Browse Master they are using.

There is a utility from Microsoft that will let you see what each computer is using for a browse master called Browsemon.

Taking Ownership Of a Folder

Added 2/6/07

Sometimes when you reinstall WindowsXP, you can receive an Access Denied error when trying to open a previous user's directory.

To take ownership of that folder again:

  1. Log on with an account that has administrator rights
  2. Right click on the folder
  3. Select Properties
  4. Click on the Security tab
  5. Click on the Advanced button
  6. Click on the Owner tab
  7. In the list of Names. click on your name
  8. To take ownership, click on Replace owner on subcontainers and objects
  9. Click OK and Yes

Repairing Damaged Winsock2

Updated 2/6/07

The symptoms when Winsock2 is damaged shows when you try to release and renew the IP address using IPCONFIG.

And you get the following error message:

An error occurred while renewing interface 'Internet': An operation was attempted on something that is not a socket.

Also Internet Explorer may give the following error message:

If you have WindowsXP with Service Pack 2, there is a one line command you can run to reset the winsock2 registry entries

netsh winsock reset catalog

There are two easy ways to determine if Winsock2 is damaged:

From the XP source files, go to the Support / Tools directory

Winsock Test Method 1

Run netdiag /test:winsock

The end should say Winsock test. passed

Winsock Test Method 2

  1. Run Msinfo32
  2. Click on the + by Components
  3. Click on the by Network
  4. Click on Protocol
  5. There should be 10 sections if the Winsock2 key is ok

RSVP UDP Service Provider

RSVP TCP Service Provider

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

MSAFD NetBIOS [\Device\NetBT_Tcpip.

If the names are anything different from those in this list, then likely Winsock2 is corrupted and needs to be repaired.

If you have any 3rd party software installed, the name MSAFD may be changed.

There should be no fewer than 10 sections.

To repair Winsock2

  1. Run Regedit
  2. Delete the following two registry keys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock

Download Reg file to delete these entries

  1. Restart the computer
  2. Go to Network Connections
  3. Right click and select Properties
  4. Click on the Install button
  5. Select Protocol
  6. Click on the Add button
  7. Click on the Have Disk button
  8. Browse to the \Windows\inf directory
  9. Click on the Open button
  10. Click on the OK button
  11. Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
  12. Click on the OK button
  13. Reboot

Or Download Reg file to add the correct registries back in. Then reboot the computer

Task Manager is Menu Bar is Missing

To fix this, simply double click on an empty space in the top border

Network Connection Always Shows Access Denied

Added 2/6/07

If you are always getting Access Denied errors when trying to connect to a XP computer,

and you know you have the correct user names and passwords on the computer,

the solution may be a simple registry edit.

  1. Start Regedit
  2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa
  3. Change the value of a key called "restrictanonymous" to 0 instead of 1
  4. Don't change "restrictanonymoussam" value.
  5. Reboot

Hiding Manage My Computer

Added 11/25/05

If you want to remove Manage My Computer from My Computer

  1. Start Regedit
  2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER / Software / Microsoft /

    Windows / CurrentVersion / Policies / Explorer

  3. Create a DWORD value called NoManageMyComputerVerb
  4. Set the value to 1
  5. Reboot

Finding Your XP Product ID

There is a great little utility available to help you find your currently installed product ID

Forgotten Admin or User's Password

pnordahl/ntpasswd/

that will let you reset the password of any account on NT4, Windows2000 or XP.

Just follow all the default settings which are for the admin account. Used it many

Showing Common Tasks in Window

Added 11/25/05

When you open a window from My Computer or the Control Panel, and you don't see the blue bar with additional options on the left side, you may simply need to turn on Common Tasks

Renaming Multiple Files in a Directory

Added 11/19/05

If you want to rename multiple files in the same directory:

  1. Using the Windows Explorer, select all the files you want to rename
  2. Press F2 or right click and select Rename
  3. Enter the prefix for the name you want (e.g. Newname)
  4. This will automatically rename the rest of the files Newname (1).jpg, Newname (2).jpg etc.
  5. Make sure you include the extension if you have the Explorer configured to show them.

Disable Windows Tour

Added 11/19/05

If you want to disable the Take Tour of Windows XP that comes up after you install WindowsXP:

  1. Start Regedit
  2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Applets\Tour
  3. Create a new DWORD key called RunCount
  4. Give it a value of 0

Windows Help and Support Error

Added 11/19/05

If you get an error Windows cannot find HELPCTR.EXE, it may be that a registry entry has gotten corrupted.

  1. Start Regedit
  2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\HELPCTR.EXE
  • If the key isn't there, right click and create a new key HELPCTR.EXE
  • It should have a value of C:\WINDOWS\PCHealth\HelpCtr\Binaries\HelpCtr.exe
  • Reboot
  • Speeding Up Network Browsing

    Added 11/14/05

    There are a lot of things which can negatively impact how fast XP will browse network shares.

    One has been previously covered regarding browsing to Win9x computers.

    Other things you can try, especially when there is slow browsing to network shares with a lot of files:

    1. Remove current shortcuts in My Network Places

    2. Change the registry so shared folders on remote computers are not automatically added to My Network Places when you even open a document from that shared folder

    1. Start Regedit
    2. Create a DWORD value:
    3. HKEY_Current_User \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer \ NoRecentDocsNetHood to 1.
    4. I have also seen setting the following help as well.

    HKEY_Current_User \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer \ UseDesktopIniCache to 1.

    3. Increase the amount of data is buffered at one time to send to a client. On the computer with the shared directory:

    1. Start Regedit
    2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters
    3. Create a DWORD Key called SizReqBuf
    4. Give it a value of Hex FFFF

    Editing the Boot.ini file

    Added 10/18/05

    The boot.ini file is a simple text file that is on the root of the boot drive.

    You can edit this with any plain text editor like Notepad (may need to unhide the file first)

    1. Right click on My Computer
    2. Select Properties
    3. Click on the Advanced tab
    4. Under Startup and Recovery. click on the Settings button
    5. Click on the Edit button

    Running CHKDSK

    Added 8/17/05

    One way to run a chkdsk (this is like Scandisk that was with Win9X), is to

    1. Double click on My Computer
    2. Right click on the drive you want to check
    3. Select Properties
    4. Click on the Tools tab
    5. Click on the Check Now button
    6. Check to Automatically fix file system errors - This is the same as running chkdsk /f
    7. If you want to Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors. check that box - This is the same as running chkdsk /R. It can also add a lot of time to the scan
    8. Reboot if necessary

    Source: www.onecomputerguy.com

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