John Kalvos wrote: > John, > > Thanks for your suggestions. The shell32.dll is an integral component of the Windows operating system and is required for the stable functioning of your Windows computer. While downloading, Comodo came up with an update request which I allowed. Next I completely uninstalled the GeForce drivers and also deleted the Nvidia folder from my hardrive.
To fix the error in this case, right-click the Comodo Firewall icon in your system tray (next to clock), click Defense + Security Level, and then click Disabled. In the left pane of the Registry Editor, locate the following registry entry HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main Select the Main subkey. Error Loading C Windows System32 Shell32.dll Access Is Denied It didn't. If yes, then the Comodo Firewall settings may be causing the above error.
took two restores to do it. No, do not remove shell32.dll file from your computer. It's the admin account after all, so I'm not sure why Comodo would do that. have a peek here Thanks for posting back with your solution.
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All I know is that now I have no more Nvcpl.dll error. Next, type regedit in the Open box and press Enter. Operating Systems Aug 16, 2015 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Lots of nvlddmkm errors in Event Viewer after reboot!
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It's hard to find out exactly what applications are being dealt with, but I had no idea that it blocked access to many system tasks automatically! Also, is your friend logged in as Administrator? By default, the shell32.dll file is located in %system% folder and is loaded automatically when your Windows computer boots up. But I checked again, and it's clean.
After trying to re-register the > file (shell32.dll) and rebooting with no such luck, I've tried reseting > the ACLs as desribed in the link that you offered (again, with no Jip Jansen. , May 27, 2009 #8 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Many thanks, Tom Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Orange Blossom Orange Blossom OBleepin Investigator Moderator 35,630 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling
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