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OS is Windows XP Media center SP2

When clicking either analyze or defrag button in defraggler fails to run.

Window opens to sent information to Microsoft.

Event log shows this error:

Faulting application Defraggler.exe Version 1.7.0.124 Module Defraggler.exe version 1.7.0.124

Fault address 0X000bd900

 

Things done

1 Insured paging is running and set to system controls paging

2 DCOM Server Process Launcer is active

3 Registered dfrgsnap.dll, dfrgui.dll and dmdskmgr.dll all registered ok.

4 installed the dfrg.inf

5 ran Chkdsk from command console, Completed sucessfully

6 SFC ran to completion

7 AVG Free 8.5 ran no problems found

 

I have attached the files received from running defraggler in debug mode

 

Any help in solving this problem will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance

defraggler.exe._1_7_124__2009_03_07_13_14_analize.txt

defraggler.exe._1_7_124__2009_03_07_13_16_defrag.txt

exception.txt

defraggler.exe._1_7_124__2009_03_07_13_14_analize.txt

defraggler.exe._1_7_124__2009_03_07_13_16_defrag.txt

exception.txt

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I know that doing a System restore would likely resolve the problem. And that would be my next step. But we are not prepared to do that as they are not fully backed up. It's my neighbors pc. So I and they were hoping there was something i was missing in my attempt to resolve the problem with out having to format and restore.

This is one of those OEM pc without the Windows XP discs so we can't just repair the OS.

With all the horror stories I have been reading about the SP3 update i am not ready to update even my PC to it.

 

I have also tried doing a system restore, but, You guessed it there are no restore points.

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With all the horror stories I have been reading about the SP3 update i am not ready to update even my PC to it.

I guess you haven't heard what havoc the latest Conflicker or Virut mutated trojans can inflict without SP3?

 

The only easy sure way to remove them is a compete FORMAT of the hard drive and install the operating system while disconnected from the Internet to prevent re-infection.

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Agreed YoKenny. I don't understand people that avoid security and vulnerability updates... With all of the malicious code out there and the ease of accidentally downloading something (Especially with MySpace and other social networking sites), it makes absolutely NO SENSE to not install updates when they come out. I don't know how to drive this home better. There are still people that don't believe in Anti-Virus / Anti-Spyware programs...

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I didn't say I dont believe in av or as I have them both installed on my PC and also a firewall. What I said was that with all i heard about the problems caused by sp3 i am reluctant to install it.

 

 

Agreed YoKenny. I don't understand people that avoid security and vulnerability updates... With all of the malicious code out there and the ease of accidentally downloading something (Especially with MySpace and other social networking sites), it makes absolutely NO SENSE to not install updates when they come out. I don't know how to drive this home better. There are still people that don't believe in Anti-Virus / Anti-Spyware programs...

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I didn't say I dont believe in av or as I have them both installed on my PC and also a firewall. What I said was that with all i heard about the problems caused by sp3 i am reluctant to install it.

 

That remark was an example, it was not directed specifically at you. However, given that you are not updating your Operating System (Which is a rather integral part of securing your machine), it was meant as a warning. I am glad that you have invested in an Anti-Virus program, however that is not enough. Windows XP Sp3 was largely a security release. I have SP3 installed on 7 machines and have experienced NO problems. Not to say that someone, somewhere hasn't had a problem, but I have not heard of many people having a problem with the Service Pack itself. Most problems were either virus related, or user caused. Given the severity of the damage that can be caused by many of the virus' out there now, there's just no excuse for avoiding a security update that is now almost a year old...

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That remark was an example, it was not directed specifically at you. However, given that you are not updating your Operating System (Which is a rather integral part of securing your machine), it was meant as a warning. I am glad that you have invested in an Anti-Virus program, however that is not enough. Windows XP Sp3 was largely a security release. I have SP3 installed on 7 machines and have experienced NO problems. Not to say that someone, somewhere hasn't had a problem, but I have not heard of many people having a problem with the Service Pack itself. Most problems were either virus related, or user caused. Given the severity of the damage that can be caused by many of the virus' out there now, there's just no excuse for avoiding a security update that is now almost a year old...

 

Reading the Microsoft.public.windowupdate newsgroup is my excuse. I have always installed all the updates issued by MS but not going to install sp3 no matter how many lashes you lay on me M_Lyons. LOL

But thanks for your concern.

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Reading the Microsoft.public.windowupdate newsgroup is my excuse. I have always installed all the updates issued by MS but not going to install sp3 no matter how many lashes you lay on me M_Lyons. LOL

But thanks for your concern.

How about one from me.

 

The Microsoft.public.windowupdate newsgroup is comprised of a few Microsoft haters, computer n00bs that would have difficulty with an electronic calculator and the few of the 90+ million Windows users that have a problem following directions plus the people that are angry that Microsoft wont permit updates for their pirated Windows.

 

Which one are you?

 

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How about one from me.

 

The Microsoft.public.windowupdate newsgroup is comprised of a few Microsoft haters, computer n00bs that would have difficulty with an electronic calculator and the few of the 90+ million Windows users that have a problem following directions plus the people that are angry that Microsoft wont permit updates for their pirated Windows.

 

Which one are you?

 

I'm not one of those.

Been working with computers since The first IBM PC came out. Worked for IBM from 1969 to 1988 when I retired as a Tech Support Specialists on many of IBM Small Office computers upto the System 38.

YoKenny it's not nice to make assumptions when you dont have all the facts.

What's your resume, yokenny?

 

And it would be nice if we could get back to my original QUESTION, Thank you.

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I see you have a similar background to me but you seem to have a problem with quoting text.

quote name='YoKenny' date='Mar 10 2009, 03:00 AM' post='130643']

How about one from me.

I started in '67 and retired in '98 and I was in Technical Support on Large Systems and Telecommunications and used to read ASCII and BSC line traces like a book.

I worked with the first PCs that had 2 5.25in floppies all the way up to the then latest PS/2 models with OS/2 with its Communication Manager.

 

Why would the CCleaner development team want to work on a problem that is probably fixed in SP3 for one user with a problem when there are millions of other happy users without a problem?

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I see you have a similar background to me but you seem to have a problem with quoting text.

I started in '67 and retired in '98 and I was in Technical Support on Large Systems and Telecommunications and used to read ASCII and BSC line traces like a book.

I worked with the first PCs that had 2 5.25in floppies all the way up to the then latest PS/2 models with OS/2 with its Communication Manager.

 

Why would the CCleaner development team want to work on a problem that is probably fixed in SP3 for one user with a problem when there are millions of other happy users without a problem?

 

Because it would be nice to help, Just like I try to help my neighbor. And its possible that some one else may have the same problem.

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Because it would be nice to help, Just like I try to help my neighbor. And its possible that some one else may have the same problem.

Well, if i would be your neighbour, i would tell you to install SP3.

I find it hilarious that you quote that you have been a IT guy since 1969. What kind of windows did you run at that time? ... So does it make a difference? No. In my personal experience older IT guys have more problems with newer systems. The old and mostly obsolete knowledge doesn't really help.

I am fixing computers since Windows 95 and i am currently supervising over 70 PCs, mostly with Windows XP. I never had any problems with SP3. Only on one stupid notebook it won't install, but that machine is pretty messed up anyway. And it also makes no sense that you installed SP2 and all the updates before and now simply refuse to trust in Microsoft and SP3 because of some unfounded reasons. Of course, there are people with problems related to SP3, but put it into perspective with the huge number of Windows installations worldwide. And no one reports to a newsgroup that the successfully installed SP3...

 

Yes, maybe it won't fix your problem, but it won't hurt either, and would only improve the security of the system.

 

And if you are unsure, make an image or a copy of the hard drive. Should be easy for you.

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Well, if i would be your neighbour, i would tell you to install SP3.

I find it hilarious that you quote that you have been a IT guy since 1969. What kind of windows did you run at that time? ... So does it make a difference? No. In my personal experience older IT guys have more problems with newer systems. The old and mostly obsolete knowledge doesn't really help.

I am fixing computers since Windows 95 and i am currently supervising over 70 PCs, mostly with Windows XP. I never had any problems with SP3. Only on one stupid notebook it won't install, but that machine is pretty messed up anyway. And it also makes no sense that you installed SP2 and all the updates before and now simply refuse to trust in Microsoft and SP3 because of some unfounded reasons. Of course, there are people with problems related to SP3, but put it into perspective with the huge number of Windows installations worldwide. And no one reports to a newsgroup that the successfully installed SP3...

 

Yes, maybe it won't fix your problem, but it won't hurt either, and would only improve the security of the system.

 

And if you are unsure, make an image or a copy of the hard drive. Should be easy for you.

 

I didn't say i was IT. I was a computer repair specialist. And in 1969 there were no PCs but the first PC OS was MSDos. And if you were like my neighbor you would be a computer illiterate and wouldn't tell me to install SP3 as they have no idea what goes on with PCs.

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This thread has gotten way off topic here.

 

The original poster asked for advice on why defraggler fails to run on a neighbours pc. All specs and info were posted.

 

This is not a thread about sp3, possible infections that can be caught, or the competence of the poster with computers.

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This thread has gotten way off topic here.

 

The original poster asked for advice on why defraggler fails to run on a neighbours pc. All specs and info were posted.

 

This is not a thread about sp3, possible infections that can be caught, or the competence of the poster with computers.

 

Thank you, Very Much, Hazelnut

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