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i have norton systemworks and i run on xp. i can no longer get other programs that i paid for to work.. any tips?? i thought a firewall but im having trouble fixing it. thanks for ANY help.
 

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ones that i paid for but it says online that i cant list them.. walmart.com ect. i tried to change my firewalls but it brings up that the settings "even from windows xp help" cant be displayed??? i have no clue. my sestemworks i cant fnd where to change that at.
 

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This program could not startThe operating system could not start this program. This may happen if:

Your computer is on a network.

If a system administrator controls your computer, you should ask the administrator why you cannot start the program. Your administrator might have removed the program or set a policy that prevents you from starting it.

You need to install the necessary hardware.

Some programs are installed automatically when you install the hardware associated with them.

You need to install the necessary software.

The program might not be installed on your computer because:

It is an optional component. To add components after completing Setup, click Start, click Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs, and then click Add/Remove Windows Components.
It is a Value Added component. To install a Value Added component, insert the Windows XP installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. Click Browse this CD, and double-click the Valueadd folder. After you read the valueadd.htm file, browse through the folders to find the installation icon for the program that you want to install. Double-click the icon and follow the directions on the screen.
You have not installed the hardware that uses this program.
If your computer is on a network, your system administrator may have removed this program or set a policy that prevents you from starting it.
You need to re-install the program file.

The program file may have been accidentally deleted or corrupted. If you know the name of the file that is missing, you can copy the compressed version from the operating system installation compact disc to your hard drive, and then restore it by doing the following:

Insert the installation compact disc.
Click Browse the CD.
In the folder list, open the I386 or IA64 folder.
Find the name of the missing file.
Note The last letter in the file name extension will be replaced by an underscore because it is a compressed version of the file. For example, notepad.exe is called notepad.ex_ on the installation compact disc.

Copy the compressed file to your systemroot\System32 folder on your hard drive.
Click Start, click Run, and then type:
expand %systemroot%\system32\my_file_name.ex_ %systemroot%\system32\my_file_name.exe
and then press ENTER.
You are running Windows XP 64-Bit Edition.

If you are running Windows XP 64-Bit Edition, the program might not be available. The information or program that you are trying to locate is not applicable in this version of Windows, and it is not contained in your current documentation set.

You need to access an Active Directory snap-in.

You can use Remote Desktop on Windows XP to access Terminal Services on a Windows 2000 Server that has the snap-in available. For more information about using Remote Desktop and Windows 2000 Terminal Services, see:

To create a new connection
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Documentation (http://www.microsoft.com/)
 
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