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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Jack Wu, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Jack Wu Member

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    Here you go

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  2. TazDevilLooney Admin

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    Here is a list of duplicated software which is installed on both machines.

    1. ATI Software
    2. Apple Itunes + Quick Time
    3. Skype
    4. Yahoo messanger
    5. Microsoft Office Tools
    6. Silver light
    7. Nexon MapleStory
    8. ooVoo Video Chat
    9. Windows Live

    Start by removing 7 and 8 first and if that doesn't help continue down the list.
  4. NBK*Twitch Person Of All Kinds

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    Excuse me if I had missed this earlier,but if they both have ATI cards, shouldn't he first try getting the latest driver. This could be a possible driver issue.

    Just an idea :happy:.
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    Anything is possible :wink:
  6. Jack Wu Member

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    Can you check the programs again im pretty sure i dont have maplestory on both machines? Im sure I have nexon on both but not maplestory on both. Please check it again I am away for a long time without a pc so i cant check myself im on a smartphone
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    1. Start Menu\Programs\Nexon\MapleStoryPublic:Start Menu\Programs\Nexon\MapleStoryPublic

    2. Start Menu\Programs\NexonPublic:Start Menu\Programs\NexonPublic <<<<<<

    The directory is there in your start menu. Did the software uninstall correctly.
  8. Jack Wu Member

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    No Maple story is on the first machine and a different game is on the second machine
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    But they both are part of Nexon
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    I did everything, remove and also ati card is latest.
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    Did you remove the ATI driver? Has there been no change to your situation?
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    I really don't see this being a Graphics Driver Issue but a system files, registry issue of some sort and even a software issue.
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    Ya I removed it and reinstalled it too
  14. Jack Wu Member

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    Hi please help i can reply once a week becuase of my schedule of school and other things
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    This is the solution. I have tried it and it worked too. ALthough I didn't have the issue before.

    If you cant solve it, then I suppose you should call for CS or go for a reformat ( Unless you have saved the profiles to another Disk).
  16. Jack Wu Member

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    look on the first page of the thread
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    still dont work :/ help
  18. Jack Wu Member

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    hello please help
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    To be quite honest with you i'm unsure what is causing your problem. And providing you have tried all the fixes asked in this thread and you still have the problem on both machines i'm really at a loss. One machine i can see but a duplicate problem on a second is really unheard of. Did you try creating a second user account in the end?
  20. Lilmoh17 Pre-Moderation

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    Hi,

    I also have faced the same Problem. The solution to this is quite easy. But before you do that I would just like to know if the problem exists while you boot up in safe mode. In case you don't know how to boot in safe mode. It's f8 and then you select either safe mode or safe mode with networking If you require Internet access for the session.

    As for the fix;

    Open Start Menu

    Type CMD or cmd

    Open Command Prompt. (as administrator)

    Important: You must run Command Prompt as an administrator in Windows 7 and Windows Vista to use System File Checker.

    Once Command Prompt is open, type the following command and then press Enter.

    sfc /scannow
    Note: There's a space between sfc and /scannow.

    System File Checker will now verify the integrity of every protected operating system file on your computer.

    Note: In some situations, especially in Windows XP and Windows 2000, you may also need access to your original Windows installation CD or DVD.

    Restart your computer if sfc /scannow did actually repair any files.

    Note: System File Checker may or may not prompt you to restart but even if it doesn't, you should restart anyway.

    Repeat right click (original problem) to see if sfc /scannow corrected the issue.

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